Fukushima towns struggle to store radioactive waste

Reuters: Japanese officials in towns around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant reacted guardedly to plans announced on Saturday to build facilities to store radioactive waste from the clean-up around the plant within three years. Saturday’s announcement, seven months after the world’s worst nuclear disaster in 25 years, came as towns near the plant are still coping with health fears and disputes over where to store huge amounts of unwanted waste. “We cannot proceed without cooperation of the prefecture…

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Fukushima towns struggle to store radioactive waste

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