Shaun Burnie, a senior nuclear expert with Greenpeace in Germany, said the storage tank could contain up to 63.6 GBq of carbon-14. “These and other radionuclides in sewage will be dangerous for thousands of years and may cause genetic damage.
How to deal with the nuclear sewage produced by the leakage of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan has always been a major problem. Japanese media reported recently that the Japanese government intends to discharge the Fukushima nuclear sewage into the Pacific Ocean, which has aroused great concern in Japan and surrounding countries. According to CNN reported on the 24th, Greenpeace International (Greenpeace) warned on the 23rd that the polluted water discharged from the Fukushima nuclear reactor into the sea contains radioactive substances, which may damage human DNA.