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Remediation of contaminated areas in the aftermath of the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station: Overview, analysis and lessons learned, 1; A report on the "decontamination pilot project"

Fukushima Environmental Safety Center, Sector of Fukushima Research and Development

The Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) was charged with conducting a range of "Decontamination Pilot Project" to examine the applicability of decontamination technologies. The project was implemented at 16 sites in 11 municipalities within the evacuated zone. Despite tight boundary conditions in terms of timescale and resources, the project provides a good basis for developing recommendations on how to assure decontamination efficiency and worker safety whilst additionally constraining costs, subsequent waste management and environmental impacts. This report, based on the Japanese detailed reports that have been published elsewhere, consists of two volumes. This volume 1 summarises the Decontamination Pilot Project, providing the background required to put this work in context for an international audience. In volume 2, the subsequent application of output from these projects to regional remediation now being conducted by the Japanese government and municipalities, is discussed, along with a status update on such work, an overview of associated JAEA's R&D and international input to/review of regional environmental decontamination in Fukushima.



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