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Nov. 22, 2011

TOKYO --National authorities are preparing for the start of full-scale decontamination operations in Fukushima Prefecture, the site of the stricken Fukushima I nuclear power station. November 18 saw the launch of a model project for effective promotion of decontamination. Local governments in the prefecture are already leading approaches to decontamination on their own, but continue to grope for effective means, which have not yet been established. In some cases, there have been mistaken or excessive approaches.

The most common misunderstanding related to decontamination is to begin decontamination with locations showing the highest radiation doses. When objects exhibiting high radiation levels are sprayed with water under high pressure, the radioactive substances adhered to them are washed off, and the radiation level consequently declines temporarily. Nevertheless, spots with high radiation levels are lowlands, gutters or other areas where radioactive substances are apt to collect, and the level generally rises afterward. http://www.shimbun.denki.or.jp/en/news/20111122_01.html

Many also hold mistaken views about decontamination of forests, which are liable to have higher doses. For example, deciduous trees had not yet sprouted leaves when the disaster struck in March, and the leaves now on them are virtually devoid of radiation. Even evergreens such as pines and cedars often have had the radioactive substances on their leaves washed away by rains, and it would make more sense to decontaminate the soil beneath them. Felling the trees is not the advisable approach.

There are also problems in the aspect of citizen psychology. In spite of the fact that the national government has established a standard requiring decontamination only for contamination on the order of at least 1 milliSievert per year, citizens are in many cases undertaking decontamination in pursuit of even lower levels. A further reduction where dose levels are already fairly low is also technically more difficult.

There are also apprehensions about a shortage in hands. The single most important factor in decontamination is expertise in the measurement of radiation levels. Acquisition of this expertise requires training using measurement devices. These devices are in short supply nationwide, however, and this is making it impossible to train enough people in their use. Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc. (TEPCO) and other electric power companies possess sophisticated expertise in radiation measurement, but there is deep-seated distrust of TEPCO, which was responsible for the catastrophe, among the citizens of Fukushima.




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