More Fukushima people moved.
The level of radioactivity in the waters near a nuclear plant Daiichi, Fukushima rising yesterday, two weeks after he leaked 9 earthquake on the Richter scale followed by tsunami waves.
A total of 700 engineers work hard pumping radioactive water from the plant, located 240 kilometres north of Tokyo, for the stabilization of other moves to cool the water pump.
There was the suspected reactor that leaked after the U.S. military also helped efforts to cool.
Nuclear safety agency said tests showed the level of radioactive iodine soared to 1.250 times higher than normal rates in the waters surrounding the plant.
Recent developments in the plant and the radiation that is causing the authorities to transfer the operation to move people within 20 to 30 kilometres from the nuclear plant.
In addition, in Tokyo, a city of 13 million people, recorded a level of radiation mikrosievert 00:22 hours, six times the normal level.
It is still in the normal category of the World Nuclear Association 0:17 to 0:39 mikrosievert hour.
However, an official in the Ministry of Science confirmed that daily radiation levels in the area 30 miles northwest of the plant, the levels exceed a year.
Nevertheless, senior officials from the Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency of Japan, Hideko Nishiyama said, the risk of contamination occurs to small to marine life.
“The current sea of radioactive particles will break and become highly diluted when eaten by fish or other marine life,” he said.
Nishiyama said he was trying to find a way to purify water in the ocean in situ for the environment.
Water containing radioactive waste found in the building which houses three of the six reactors at the plant affected.
Last Thursday, three workers suffered burns in reactor number 3 after exposure to radiation levels of 10.000 times higher than normal levels in the plant involved.
This reactor was the only one using a mixture of plutonium and uranium. Plutonium is the most dangerous radioactive isotope.
Not surprisingly, despite the security authorities, the latest developments increasing concern over Japan’s seafood exports.
Crisis Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, is now shadowing the search for and rescue victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last March 11 and caused more than 27.500 people were killed or missing.
Some countries have issued a ban on dairy products and agricultural produce from the area surrounding the plant.