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Fukushima reactors could take 40 years to dismantle


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21 Dec 2011

Japan said that decommissioning the tsunami-wrecked reactors at Fukushima could take as long as 40 years, with melted nuclear fuel possibly stuck where it is for a quarter of a century.

A road map produced by the Japanese government and plant operator Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) envisages engineers will use much of the next 10 years just trying to work out how to get at the fuel, which has partly eaten through its containment vessels.

Underlining the challenges involved in dealing with the disaster, the plan says that as-yet uninvented technology will be key to safely disposing of the waste left behind by the world's worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl.

"Each and every one of the steps toward decommissioning currently poses many technological challenges," said Goshi Hosono, the government minister with responsibility for dealing with the Fukushima disaster.

"We expected extremely difficult work to remove fuel debris (from the reactors). We must accelerate work to develop technologies, particularly remote control robots," he told reporters.

"We will gradually make progress by assessing both the situation on site and the state of research and development work," he said.

The unveiling of the plan comes days after Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda announced the stricken reactors on Japan's tsunami-ravaged northeast coast had reached a state of "cold shutdown".

The announcement, greeted by the press and public as at best an incremental step, means only that the temperature inside the reactors has remained below 212F (100C) for a period of time and that emissions of radioactive materials have dropped off.

The crisis at Fukushima began on March 11 when a huge earthquake under the Pacific unleashed a devastating tsunami.

Towering waves rolled into the plant, paralysing cooling systems and sending reactors into meltdown as explosions sent radioactive particles into the air and sea.

No one is known to have died as a direct result of the atomic disaster, but the tsunami killed around 20,000 people as it wiped whole communities off the map.




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