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Stop incinerate radioactive debris in Japan

Dear     Those who are concerned about Japan’s nuclear crisis,    

    Looks like the Japanese government is trying to do anything they could do for the Japanese people to help them heal the heartbreaking wound of a massive quake and tsunami hit in the northeast Japan, followed by the  Fukushima nuclear disaster on March 11th 2011.    

   Unfortunately here, what JPN government is trying to do is spreading radioactive debris from the affected area to the unaffected areas to incinerate the debris in REGULER garbage incinerators to reduce the volume so they can bury it easier. Needless to say, radioactive air pollution and high levels of radioactive ash will be produced in the course of this process. The ash will contaminate beautiful local streams and Setouchi inland sea which has no major currents.

    We have been strongly opposing this plan to other prefectures so we had an option to give up, but when it comes to our prefecture’s issue take place in Tohon city, we have no choice of giving in.  

    If you are worried about future life of the Japanese people, a petition from you will be greatly appreciated.                          


     One of the supporters of   ‘子供たちの未来を考える父母の会 東温,’   Noriko Tabuchi      


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