Proposal for disposal of water containing tritium “No criticism from embassies of each country” February 19:46

Regarding the disposal of water containing tritium and the like that continues to accumulate at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, Secretary-General Suga generally agreed that a subcommittee of the country would agree that the release to the sea or the atmosphere would be realistic. He explained to the Japanese embassy officials that he had received no reports of criticism as a whole.

A subcommittee of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry released a sub-committee last month on how to dispose of water containing radioactive substances such as tritium remaining after treating contaminated water at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station I generally agreed that the method of doing so and the method of evaporating and releasing it into the atmosphere would have little impact on the environment or health and would be realistic.

At a press conference in the afternoon, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan said, "In response to the Committee's report, I explained to the ambassadors of each country officials. I refrain from introducing specific remarks, but as a whole criticism And there were no protests. "