Despite previous reports that water contaminated by the Fukushima Nuclear Plant disaster had been successfully treated, facility operations now reports that the water still must be cleaned.
The March 2011 earthquake and tsunami that hit the nuclear power plant prompted the quarantine and storage of 900,000 tons of contaminated water. Radioactive iodine, tritium, cesium, and strontium are still present in toxic levels and must be treated before they can be released back into the ocean. Read the whole story here.
And don’t assume that your water is safe. Find out what’s polluting you through your water by having your water tested.