External experts have sincerely talked with a wide range of social groups about TEPCO's plan to dilute treated water containing tritium, which continues to accumulate, to the sea at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station to a concentration below the standard, and restore trust. He pointed out that it is important to connect to.
At the expert meeting on nuclear power reform of TEPCO held on the 9th, measures such as decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant were discussed.
Among these, TEPCO's plan to dilute the treated water containing tritium, which continues to accumulate on the premises of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, to a concentration below the standard and flow it into the sea from around next spring is being discussed by a wide range of societies, both domestically and internationally. He pointed out that it is important to have a sincere dialogue from the standpoint of the other party and the other party, explain the risks, and lead to the restoration of trust.
Regarding the release of treated water, there are deep-rooted concerns about damage to rumors, especially among local fishermen, and China and South Korea have expressed opposition and concerns.
In addition, regarding the problem that serious troubles in anti-terrorism measures were revealed at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant in Niigata Prefecture last year, it cannot be said that the efforts necessary to improve the safety of nuclear power have fully penetrated. He pointed out the need to improve communication within the organization and share issues.
"We need to improve communication issues both internally and externally to reform the nuclear sector," said Dale Klein, a former chairman of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, at the head of the expert meeting. rice field.Keywords: