Avoid that Fukushima contaminated nuclear power plant water could end up in the Pacific

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The contaminated water of the Fukushima nuclear power plant, hit by the 2011 tsunami, could end up in the Pacific due to lack of space in the storage facilities of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings (TEPCO). This was stated by Japanese Environmental Protection Minister Yoshiaki Harada during a press conference. "The only option will be to dump it at sea and dilute it," he said, "the whole government will discuss it, but I would like to give my simple opinion."

We must avoid this other damage to the marine fauna and the Earth that hosts us, thinking not only of the most economic solution but of other possibilities such as the evaporation of water, the "burial" of tanks or long-term storage in practically impregnable tanks, until the radioactivity of tritium, which has a half-life of 12.3 years, will not be equal to one thousandth of the original one.

We cannot fail to consider the impact on population, and animals in the area, please help me carry this petition forward!