The new leak was revealed in a website press release posted over the weekend.
As if the estimated 20-40 trillion becquerels or more of cesium and strontium-contaminated water flowing into the Pacific and headed for our coastlines weren’t bad enough, Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) is now investigating a new water leak found at the Daiichi plant in reactor number 3. The new leak was revealed in a website press release posted over the weekend. Furthermore, molten fuel pictures have also been published in the last several days which show a resin was likely disintegrated that then allowed the water which was meant to cool the fuel rods, and core, to become contaminated and effuse from the reactor.
It is likely the new leak was found by the robotic and remote controlled Fuku-ichi camera, which posts periodically on Tepco’s…
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