Thursday, June 20, 2013

#Fukushima I Nuke Plant: Reverse Osmosis (Desalination) System Leak

(UPDATE) TEPCO says the leak is about 360 liters.


Another day, another leak at Fukushima I Nuke Plant.

Details unknown, but TEPCO's email alert for the press (6/21/2013), via TEPCO Nuclear's tweet, says:


Today (June 21) at about 2:58AM, we found that the leak detector for the Reverse Osmosis (desalination) system) No.3 was activated.


A worker from our affiliate company discovered the leak at 3:03AM, and RO-3 was stopped.


The leaked water is all inside the barrier of the building that houses RO-3, and there is no leak outside the building.


We are investigating the situation right now, and will let you know as soon as


There is no significant change in radiation levels measured at monitoring posts.


Anonymous said...

How long did the system leak before someone graciously looked at the leak detector?

James said...

I didn't realize this was still an issue, and I thought they were using sea water. What are they using reverse osmosis for, to desalinate the water to pump into the plants? And is everything fixed over there, or are they still in meltdown?

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