Recommendations to the Japanese government Concerning Wide Area Incineration of the Rubble Affected by the Fukushima Daiichi NPP Accident
- 2012 July 20
The Japanese government changed the limit for nuclear materials to be monitored and disposed of in specialized containers from 100 or more bq/kg of Cesium to 8000 bq/kg, 80 times higher than the pre-3.11 limit, and worse is that the government decided to disperse the radiation contaminated debris all over Japan to non-contaminated areas.
We urge and recommend the government to keep the principles for the treatment of polluted materials.
- Radiation Contaminated Materials must not be dispersed and must not be incinerated.
- They must not be incinerated with asbestos.
- Non-contaminated areas must be kept clean.
- 2012 June 28
- Lecture (1) Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake: “Low Dose Radiation”
- Lecture (2) Dr. S. Pflugbeil: “Chernobyl, Germany and Fukushima”Discussion
- 2012 June 27
Opening : Dr. MIYAKE Shigenobu, IPPNW (International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War), Kyoto
Keynote Speech: Dr. MATSUI Eisuke, Director of Gifu Institute for Environmental Medicine
- Lecture (1) Prof. TSUDA Toshihide, Okayama University: “100mSv and Epidemiological Study of Nuclear Plant Accident”
- Lecture (2) Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake: “Deception of Threshold of 100mSv, Effect of Low Dose Exposure”.
- Lecture (3) Dr. S. Pflugbeil “Damage of Health from Normal Running of Nuclear Power Plant
- 2012 June 26
- Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake: “Remarks on the Limitations of the HIROSHIMA/NAGASAKI-Data”
- Dr. Sebastian Pflugbeil: “Chernobyl, Germany and Fukushima”
- ACSIR Met with RERF (Radiation Effects Research Foundation)
- A Protest Note to the Japanese Government
- Public Lecture in TOKYO
- Prof. Michel Fernex in FUKUSHIMA city
- Prof. Michel Fernex in Koriyama, FUKUSHIMA
- Public Lectures in URAWA, Saitama Prefecture
- Public Lecture by Prof. Michel Fernex in HIROSHIMA
- Protest Statement Sent to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
- Inaugural General Assembly of ACSIR in TOKYO
- Public Lectures “To Face the Low Dose Radiation: Lessons from Chernobyl”