00:11 Slap! Hong Kong media explosion, China also discharges nuclear waste water “radioactive standard exceeds Fukushima 10 times”



The Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant, which is only 50 kilometers away from Hong Kong, has a radioactive substance

The Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant, which is only 50 kilometers away from Hong Kong, has a radioactive substance “tritium” emission limit that is 10 times higher than the Fukushima standard. (Extracted from the official website of China Light and Power)

2021/04/16 00:11

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]The Japanese government recently officially decided to dilute and discharge the nuclear wastewater from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant into the sea. This drew strong protests from China. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian even scolded: “The ocean is not Japan’s trash can!” However, the Hong Kong media pointed out that China’s 49 existing nuclear power plants not only discharge nuclear waste water into the sea, and one of the nuclear power plants has a radioactive material “tritium” discharge limit that is 10 times higher than Fukushima’s standard.

China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on the 13th that as a close neighbor and stakeholder of Japan, China is seriously concerned about Japan’s decision to discharge nuclear waste water. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China also criticized Japan for ignoring domestic and foreign doubts and opposition, and without full consultation with neighboring countries and the international community, unilaterally deciding to dispose of the nuclear waste water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant accident by way of drainage. “This practice is extremely irresponsible and will be serious. Damage to international public health and safety and the vital interests of people in neighboring countries.” In addition, Zhao Lijian also cursed at the regular press conference of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs: “The ocean is not Japan’s trash can, and the Pacific is not Japan’s sewer!”

However, according to Hong Kong’s “Zhong News” after consulting the data, China’s existing 49 nuclear power plants will also discharge nuclear waste water into the sea. The Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant, which is only 50 kilometers away from Hong Kong, has a higher emission limit for the radioactive substance “tritium”. Fukushima’s standards are 10 times higher.

According to an approval issued by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of China in 2017, the Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant has a total of 6 units with an annual liquid tritium emission limit of 225 MB, which is 10 times higher than Fukushima’s future annual emissions. In the past 10 years, the liquid tritium of the Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant The average emissions are 49.5 megabeck, which is only 20% of the upper limit, but it is more than double that of Japan. In addition, including the Qinshan Nuclear Power Plant and the Fuqing Nuclear Power Plant in Fujian, the emission caps also exceed Fukushima’s standards.

The report pointed out that as of the end of last year, China had 16 nuclear power plants and 49 nuclear power generating units in operation. There are no public figures on how much nuclear waste water is discharged each year.



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