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Round 3

Round 3

Here we go again,
into the fray.

The Ringaskiddy Incinerator. Oral Hearing. Round 3.

Another bland hotel conference room,
Mr. Inspector on his dais. 216 more words

Environment

Fukushima Daiichi Contaminated Waste to Be Recycled into Construction Materials

Japan to Recycle Waste Collected during Fukushima Decontamination

TOKYO – The Japanese government announced Wednesday it will recycle the material collected during the decontamination of the Fukushima nuclear plant for construction purposes if radiation levels are found to be sufficiently low. 222 more words

Fukushima Daiichi

Fukushima Daiichi Contaminated Waste to Be Recycled into Construction Materials

Japan to Recycle Waste Collected during Fukushima Decontamination

TOKYO – The Japanese government announced Wednesday it will recycle the material collected during the decontamination of the Fukushima nuclear plant for construction purposes if radiation levels are found to be sufficiently low. 222 more words

Japan

Ammunitions Incinerator Responds to Air Pollution Concerns

– by Annie Andersen and Emily-Erin Robinson, April 1, 2016, WSET

The Radford Army Ammunition Plant recently received criticism from environmental protection advocate Erin Brockovich. 526 more words

News

Reflections about EIA and building a new incinerating plant in Copenhagen

This post aims to show  a critical point of view for the chosen scenario on the EIA of the new incinerating plant built in Copenhagen. By Sarosh, Uni, Nis, Christian, Maëlle and Anna… 275 more words

How long shall we accept Japan to pollute our skies with incineration of radioactive materials?

I regret that so much energy, so much money was wasted into the making of this « beautiful » documentary, produced by NHK for the 5th year Anniversary, to spin and to twist the truth so as to make it more acceptable to the eyes of the victims themselves and to the eyes of the world, to brainwash world opinion about the present ongoing situation at Fukushima Daiichi and in Fukushima prefecture. 352 more words

Fukushima Daiichi

How long shall we accept Japan to pollute our skies with incineration of radioactive materials?

I regret that so much energy, so much money was wasted into the making of this « beautiful » documentary, produced by NHK for the 5th year Anniversary, to spin and to twist the truth so as to make it more acceptable to the eyes of the victims themselves and to the eyes of the world, to brainwash world opinion about the present ongoing situation at Fukushima Daiichi and in Fukushima prefecture. 351 more words

Japan