TEPCO President Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Treated Water Rumor damage as a company compensation as a company November 13, 23:12
Tomoaki Kobayakawa, president of TEPCO, said that the method of disposing of water containing radioactive substances such as tritium, which continues to increase at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, should be carefully decided, and if rumors occur. Reiterated that the company has the idea of responding to compensation responsibly.
Regarding the disposal of water containing tritium, which is increasing at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, in February, a subcommittee of the government said that it is realistic to dilute it to a concentration below the standard and release it into the sea or the atmosphere. The government is considering how to dispose of the report.
Regarding this, TEPCO President Kobayakawa said at a press conference on the 13th, "We should make careful decisions, including risk communication regarding local reconstruction and rumors."
After that, even if the government decided the disposal policy and took concrete measures, President Kobayakawa said, "If damages occur due to the Fukushima accident, basically compensation I will do it, "he said, reiterating that the company has the idea of responding to compensation responsibly.