Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant decommissioning method report compiled by Japan Atomic Energy Society July 26, 11:11

Regarding the decommissioning of the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant that caused the meltdown, the Japan Atomic Energy Society has compiled a report that there are methods to remove all buildings and some to leave. The state has not yet shown the final form of the decommissioning, and the academics point out that it is important to proceed with discussions.

Regarding the decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, the government and TEPCO have shown a roadmap that it will take up to 40 years from the accident, and it is over 30 years from now, but what kind of event will it be? I am not sure if I will complete the decommissioning in the form.

Regarding this, the Japan Atomic Energy Society has recently compiled a report and said that there are two methods of ▽
dismantling and removing all buildings and returning
them to the open space, and ▽ management of leaving underground structures.

Both methods are being considered in Europe and the US, which precedes decommissioning.

It also points out that the amount of radioactive waste will greatly change depending on whether the facility that remains contaminated is dismantled immediately, or after a certain period of time, the radiation dose is reduced before dismantling and removal.

Hirono Miyano, Chairman of the Committee of the Atomic Energy Society of Japan, who summarized the report, said, "There are various debates on the final form of decommissioning, and I think it is difficult to summarize, but it is important to discuss this report. I want you to use it as a trigger."