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TOKYO AP — The utility company operating Fukushima's tsunami-devastated nuclear power plant said Friday it will run out of space to store massive amounts of contaminated water in three years, adding pressure on the government and the public to reach a consensus on what to do with it. Three reactors at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant suffered meltdowns in a massive earthquake and tsunami that devastated northeastern Japan.
Radioactive water has leaked from the damaged reactors and mixed with groundwater and rainwater at the plant. The water is treated but remains slightly radioactive and is stored in large tanks. The plant has accumulated more than 1 million tons of water in nearly 1, tanks. Its operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co. A government-commissioned panel has picked five alternatives, including the controlled release of the water into the Pacific Ocean, which nuclear experts, including members of the International Atomic Energy Agency, say is the only realistic option.
Fishermen and residents, however, strongly oppose the proposal, saying the release would be suicide for Fukushima's fishing and agriculture. Experts say the tanks pose flooding and radiation risks and hamper decommissioning efforts at the plant.
TEPCO and government officials plan to start removing the melted fuel in , and want to free up part of the complex currently occupied with tanks to build safe storage facilities for melted debris and other contaminants that will come out.
In addition to four other options including underground injection and vaporization, the panel on Friday added long-term storage as a sixth option to consider.