Logging area

English translation: area for storing waste material from cut-down trees

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21:44 Dec 13, 2016
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Science - Nuclear Eng/Sci
English term or phrase: Logging area
Click this link to see the image:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/g300d1kvsiljxah/162.jpg?dl=0

Caption for this image:
FIG. 1.4–8. Map of wells around the leaking tank location

Three paragraph above this image:
In order to investigate and mitigate the consequences of the leak, multiple wells were dug around the location and between the tank and the seashore (Fig. 1.4–8). The sampling results as of 22 April 2014 are shown in Tables 1.4–10 and 1.4–11. The maximum values from the sampling in the ground bypass pump wells were observed regularly at No. 7 and No. 12 and did not exceed 1600 Bq/L of 3H. As of 22 April 2014, the maximum value of gross β activity concentration (710 000 Bq/L) around the tank area was found on 10 November 2013, while the highest activity concentration of 3H (790 000 Bq/L) was measured on 17 October 2013.

Besides these events, several other minor leaks of contaminated water from the storage tanks have occurred since April 2011 in different areas. For instance, the discovery of two leaks of contaminated water from cylindrical storage tanks was announced by TEPCO on 21–22 December 2013. The total amount of water that could have escaped into the ground was estimated to be 1.8 t. The level of radioactivity was measured to be 1000 Bq/L for β and 190 Bq/L for 90Sr in the first leak location, and 25 Bq/L for β and 2.7 Bq/L for 90Sr in the second leak location.

Another leak coming from the upper part of a tank containing reverse osmosis concentrated salt water was discovered on 19 February 2014. The flow of water was stopped on 20 February 2014. Inspection of the area showed that contaminated water had not escaped into the sea, since there were no drainage channels in the surrounding areas. According to TEPCO’s estimates, the volume of the leakage was approximately 100 m3.
Masoud Kakoli
Iran
Local time: 20:25
English translation:area for storing waste material from cut-down trees
Explanation:
See the map on p.121 of this PDF, where the area shown in your image is referred to as "Trimmed trees area"

FIG. 5.4–11. Overview of the on-site area and current waste management facilities [55, 134].
5.4.4.1. On-site waste management strategy
Construction of soil covered temporary storage for cut down trees;
http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/AdditionalVolu...

See another version of the map here:

Temporary trimmed trees storage pool Rubble
Trimmed Trees area
37.434871°, 141.024315° Trimmed trees. Note: Log storage.
http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?page_id=14516


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Note added at 1 day17 hrs (2016-12-15 15:08:09 GMT)
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Your photo from Volume 1 (p.162) shows a detail around the H4 area

FIG. 1.4–8. Map of wells around the leaking tank location [151].
[151] TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Analysis Results of Groundwater Obtained around the H4
Area at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, Press Release, TEPCO (5 December 2014),
http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/f1/smp/2014/images...
http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/AdditionalVolu...

The photo in Volume 5 in my first link shows the whole site. If you look for the area designated H4, you will see the area marked as the logging area/trimmed tree area to the right in orange.

Bear in mind that some of the material from these documents may have been translated from Japanese or other languages, hence the varying terminology.
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Alison MacG
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logging area
area for storing waste material from cut-down trees


Explanation:
See the map on p.121 of this PDF, where the area shown in your image is referred to as "Trimmed trees area"

FIG. 5.4–11. Overview of the on-site area and current waste management facilities [55, 134].
5.4.4.1. On-site waste management strategy
Construction of soil covered temporary storage for cut down trees;
http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/AdditionalVolu...

See another version of the map here:

Temporary trimmed trees storage pool Rubble
Trimmed Trees area
37.434871°, 141.024315° Trimmed trees. Note: Log storage.
http://www.fukuleaks.org/web/?page_id=14516


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Note added at 1 day17 hrs (2016-12-15 15:08:09 GMT)
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Your photo from Volume 1 (p.162) shows a detail around the H4 area

FIG. 1.4–8. Map of wells around the leaking tank location [151].
[151] TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY, Analysis Results of Groundwater Obtained around the H4
Area at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, Press Release, TEPCO (5 December 2014),
http://www.tepco.co.jp/en/nu/fukushima-np/f1/smp/2014/images...
http://www-pub.iaea.org/MTCD/Publications/PDF/AdditionalVolu...

The photo in Volume 5 in my first link shows the whole site. If you look for the area designated H4, you will see the area marked as the logging area/trimmed tree area to the right in orange.

Bear in mind that some of the material from these documents may have been translated from Japanese or other languages, hence the varying terminology.


Alison MacG
United Kingdom
Local time: 16:55
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Asker: At the moment, I do not have enought time to review this thoroughly but at first glance it seems to be correct. How could you relate a photo in Volume 1 to another photo in Volume 5, however?

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