He’s an auto mechanic. He was a tour-bus driver for a while. He had no experience building tanks or working at a nuclear plant, but for six months last year, he was part of the team frantically trying to create new places for contaminated water to go.
Uechi and co-workers were under such pressure to build tanks quickly that they did not wait for dry conditions to apply anti-rust coating over bolts and around seams as they were supposed to; they did the work even in rain or snow. Sometimes the concrete foundation they laid for the tanks came out bumpy.
Sometimes the workers saw tanks being used to store water before they were even finished.
“I must say our tank assembly was slipshod work. I’m sure that’s why tanks are leaking already,” Uechi, 48, told The Associated Press from his hometown on Okinawa. “I feel nervous every time an earthquake shakes the area.”
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Comment: Poor bastards probably have multiple forms of cancer that are either undetected to date or they haven't been told about them yet by the TEPCO "company" doctors who did the regular routine check ups on all the
Don't blame the workers for the slipshod work. Blame the politicians who after having been bombed with that "stuff" and knowing the danger took the money and let those monstrosities be built in Japan in the first place!