A worker stands in front of a sign which used to read “Nuclear power: the energy for a bright future” in Fukushima. Photo: Kyodo A worker stands in front of a sign which used to read “Nuclear power: the energy for a bright future” in Fukushima. Photo: Kyodo
A worker stands in front of a sign which used to read “Nuclear power: the energy for a bright future” in Fukushima. Photo: Kyodo

Japanese regulators give approval to giant ‘ice wall’ to contain radioactive waste at Fukushima nuclear plant

The project involves refrigeration pipes dug 30 metres underground that are designed to freeze the soil around them.

Topic |   Fukushima nuclear disaster
A worker stands in front of a sign which used to read “Nuclear power: the energy for a bright future” in Fukushima. Photo: Kyodo A worker stands in front of a sign which used to read “Nuclear power: the energy for a bright future” in Fukushima. Photo: Kyodo
A worker stands in front of a sign which used to read “Nuclear power: the energy for a bright future” in Fukushima. Photo: Kyodo
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