The city of Futaba, one of the two municipalities that house the rugged central Fukushima (central Japan), begins today its nuclear decontamination, so that it can be inhabited again in 2022, eleven years after the catastrophe. Cleanup work has begun in areas contaminated by radioactive substances, following the nuclear accident triggered by the earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011, which forced evacuation of the city and prohibit visits to the area, local authorities reported. .

See original (not translated) news ➥


See translated news ➥