Saturday, October 26, 2013

Japan receives global offers to contain water spills at Fukushima No. 1 | The Japan Times

The government-linked nuclear decommissioning body said Friday it received expressions of interest from 779 companies and individuals with technology to help contain radioactive water spills at the wrecked Fukushima No. 1 nuclear plant after Japan launched a global appeal.

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Comment: Bout freaking time don't you think!!! Of course the government is involved so now we'll have to go through the contract bidding and selection stage (that's where most of the bribes, payoffs and kickbacks get negotiated because you know that nothing gets done until the politicians all get their palms greased) and then all the drawings will have to go through the various ministry offices and get lost in the shuffle due to all those rediculous bureaucratic practices before anything gets approved and by the time they finally break earth to start the project, about a decade or two from now at the earliest, the danger will have passed of it's own accord.

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