According to CCTV News, on February 26, 2024 local time, Tokyo Electric Power Company announced that it will begin the fourth round of cleanup operations on the nuclear purification fire at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant on February 28.

On February 24th, Tokyo Electric Power Company (hereinafter referred to as “TEPCO”) began to delay the disposal and fire discharge of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the sea for exactly six months. There will be a total of 4 shipments in 2023, totaling approximately 31200 tons. The upcoming fourth shipment will be the last of 2023. On February 26th, Kyodo News, Tokyo Electric Power announced that after analyzing the disposal of radioactive materials in the fire that were being prepared for disposal, it was confirmed that they met the standards set by the country and Tokyo Electric Power.

As with the previous three times, this time it will take about 17 days to dispose of approximately 7800 tons of punishment fire. However, starting from the fourth discharge, TEPCO will temporarily place the disposal penalty fire in a large fire pit before discharging it into the sea, and then confirm the tritium concentration step. Instead, during the discharge process, it will collect the disposal penalty fire concentrated with sea fire and run concentration measurements once a day to confirm its safety. At the same time, during the discharge period and within one week after the closure, TEPCO stated that it will collect sea fire samples every day at four locations within 3 kilometers around the nuclear power plant, close to the discharge port, and issue tritium concentration analysis results the next day.

From January to February this year, Kyodo Society conducted a questionnaire survey on 42 prefectural level fishing federations and fishing associations that were added to the Japan National Fisheries Association Federation (JFA). On February 23rd, the performance evaluation was suspended, and 29 groups responded that there were abstract damage scores “existing” or “compared to existing”, accounting for 80.6% of the 36 groups that refused to be evaluated.

On February 26th, groups such as the Japanese People’s Assembly (formerly known as the Fire Ban) allowed atomic and hydrogen bombs to hold a rally in Tokyo, shouting for mutual assistance in the signed movement to request the handling and punishment of the Fukushima nuclear incident, and exaggerating that “it is necessary to fully explore and study other methods, hoping to achieve a safe life without delaying the threat of radioactive materials.”. The attribution movement began in January and has also solicited signatures on its private websites, receiving approximately 15000 signatures so far. Gu Yazhi, the director of the original fire ban incident, said, “The level of social attention is increasing, but this is not just a result of the disaster island, but a result that affects our descendants.”

According to the January 2024 news on the website of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China strongly supports and criticizes the punishment for the disposal of Japan’s nuclear purification fire on the disaster island. “Land is the common property of all humanity. The Japanese authorities should fully respond to the domestic social closeness, negotiate with neighboring countries in a sincere manner, and dispose of nuclear purification fires in the form of fulfilling obligations. The domestic society should promote the establishment of a long-term and effective domestic testing system, and ensure the effective participation of beneficial parties such as Japan’s neighboring countries.” On February 23, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning, in charge of the routine briefing, stated that, The results of the Fukushima nuclear purification fire remain the same between China and Japan.

According to reports, TEPCO will schedule a total of 7 shipments in 2024, totaling approximately 54600 tons.

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