Recommendations to the Japanese government Concerning Wide Area Incineration of the Rubble Affected by the Fukushima Daiichi NPP Accident

   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.

  1. Radiation Contaminated Materials must not be dispersed and must not be incinerated.
  2. They must not be incinerated with asbestos.
  3. Non-contaminated areas must be kept clean.


Public Lectures and Discussions in TOKYO

  • Lecture (1) Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake: “Low Dose Radiation”
  • Lecture (2) Dr. S. Pflugbeil: “Chernobyl, Germany and Fukushima”Discussion

Public Lectures in KYOTO

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

Public Lectures in HIROSHIMA

  1. Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake: “Remarks on the Limitations of the HIROSHIMA/NAGASAKI-Data”
  2. Dr. Sebastian Pflugbeil: “Chernobyl, Germany and Fukushima”