Airborne Radiation Dose Of Fukushima Reactor No. 4 SFP Area Is 0.1 mSv/hr (Annual Radiation Dose Limit Reached Within 200 Hours)

Atmospheric dose of reactor4 pool area is nearly 0.1 mSv/h / Reaches the annual dose limit only within 200 hours (Fukushima Diary, Feb 6, 2014):

Following up this article.. NRA “Radiation dose is too high in reactor4 spent fuel pool area” → Tepco covered lead plate over the crane [URL]

The radiation dose on the “stand” above reactor4 pool is 90 μSv/h, according to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority).

The annual dose limit of workers is 20 mSv. The total exposure dose of fuel removing workers will reach this annual limit only within 200 hours.

Tepco is to keep removing the fuel until the end of this year.

However, Tepco announced they will not release the exposure dose data of the workers. The reason is not announced either.

(cf, Tepco not to announce the total exposure dose of workers for reactor4 pool fuel removing [URL])

http://www.nsr.go.jp/committee/kisei/data/0041_03.pdf

Related info:

The Fukushima Unit 4 Spent Fuel Removal Hoax Exposed (Video)

1 thought on “Airborne Radiation Dose Of Fukushima Reactor No. 4 SFP Area Is 0.1 mSv/hr (Annual Radiation Dose Limit Reached Within 200 Hours)

  1. Two hundred hours giving a year’s worth of radiation……and I bet they are lying…..the numbers are far worse. Look at all the dying sea animals……..it is time to get real. But, denial is a big factor in a sick culture, and many refuse to face the truth.

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