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Japanese PM: Fukushima nuclear power plant has reached cold shutdown


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16 Dec 2011

The Japanese government has declared reactors at the tsunami-stricken Fukushima nuclear plant to be in a state of "cold shutdown", meaning that nine months after the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl, the plant has now been stabilised.

The Fukushima Daiichi plant, 150 miles northeast of Tokyo, waswrecked on March 11 by a huge earthquake and a towering tsunami which knocked out its cooling systems, triggering meltdowns, radiation leaks and mass evacuations.

Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda has drawn a line under the crisis phase of the emergency at the plant and highlighted the next challenges: post-disaster clean-up and the safe dismantling of the plant, something experts say could take up to 40 years.

"The nuclear reactors have reached a state of cold shutdown and therefore we can now confirm that we have come to the end of the accident phase of the actual reactors.

"I now officially declare the completion of phase two on our road map to end the nuclear crisis," Mr Noda told a government nuclear emergency response meeting broadcast live nationwide.

"We are now moving from trying to stabilise the nuclear reactors to decommissioning them. The Japanese government promises to clarify the road map from here and do our utmost, while ensuring we operate the nuclear reactors as safely as possible, to decommission them," he added.

A cold shutdown is when water used to cool nuclear fuel rods remains below boiling point, preventing the fuel from reheating. One of the main aims of the plant's operator, Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco), had been to bring the reactors to cold shutdown by the year's end.

After months of effort, the water temperature in all three of the affected reactors fell below boiling point in September, but Tepco has been cautious about declaring a cold shutdown, saying it had to see if temperatures and the amount of radiation emitted from the plant remained stable.

"This is a challenge to not only our nation but also the whole of humanity. I believe there will come a day when Fukushima will be remembered as the place where our future was founded by the bravery, the commitment and the resourcefulness of all our people," said Noda.

The declaration of a cold shutdown could have repercussions well beyond the plant. It is a government pre-condition for allowing about 80,000 residents evacuated from within a 12 mile radius of the plant to go home.




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