#May #2015 – #JAPAN – #Tokyo #Electric #Power Co. should consider discharging water contaminated by the Fukushima Daiichi reactor meltdowns into the #Pacific #Ocean, the International Atomic Energy Agency said. More than four years after the nuclear power-plant disaster in Japan, the United Nations agency renewed pressure for an alternative to holding the tainted water in tanks and offered to help monitor for offshore #radiation. “The IAEA team believes it is necessary to find a sustainable solution to the problem of managing contaminated water,” the Vienna-based agency said in a report. “This would require considering all options, including the possible resumption of controlled discharges into the #sea


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