Sunday, November 3, 2013

State to spend over ¥1 trillion of taxpayer money for Fukushima decontamination work | The Japan Times

In a major policy shift, the government will use more than ¥1 trillion in public funds to clean up contaminated areas around the Fukushima No. 1 plant, according to sources.

The plan revealed Friday to alleviate the financial burden Tokyo Electric Power Co. was supposed to shoulder is in line with a ruling Liberal Democratic Party proposal compiled Thursday on ways to accelerate the sluggish recovery from one of the world’s worst nuclear crises.

Tepco is still expected to stump up to some ¥3 trillion because the government has no intention of exempting it from decontamination payments that have already been planned by the state and local governments.

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Comment: For three trillion (with a "T") reasons why we should all be against nuclear anything let alone nuclear power, read the rest of the article. For reason number one on the list, see the image provided above!

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