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DECONTAMINATION

TEPCO Makes Citizens Pay to Decontaminate Kindergartens

In the worst hot spot, Kashiwa, North of Tokyo, in Chiba prefecture, parents are paying for the decontamination of their kindergarten. Though “fresh” radiation keeps falling daily, parents are at least wanting to decontaminate the kindergartens where their children go. It costs millions of yen to decontaminate a kindergarten, but the local government only supports up to 200,000 yen.  According to the latest nuclear compensation legal guideline, Tepco is not obliged to pay for the decontamination.     Read more on this story …

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