Decontamination info center opens in Fukushima / NHK / February 25, 2012
The Environment Ministry and Fukushima Prefecture have begun to provide people concerned about radiation with information on how to clean up contaminated property.
Officials at an information center which opened last month in Fukushima City began to assist local residents on Saturday.
They offer information about decontamination steps and giving advice on how to do the work.
At the center, radiation counters and high-pressure sprays that are needed to remove radioactive substances from houses are on display.
People who are planning to decontaminate their houses by themselves can seek advice from experts.
Other Fukushima News:
AFP: 470 millisieverts per year detected near Fukushima – ENEnews.com
Fukushima Reactor 2 temperature levels rising over last 48 hours – Enformable.com
High radiation level logged in town near Fukushima plant – Mainichi Daily
Disaster victim with cancer not given care qualification until after death – Mainichi Daily
Foreign nuclear experts discuss Fukushima – NHK
TEPCO to use underwater robot for repair work – NHK
No-fly zone over Fukushima plant scaled back – NHK
Some areas near Fukushima to be closed permanently – Ottawa Citizen
Post-Fukushima Japan Nears Energy Crossroads – VOA
Fukushima – worse than Chernobyl – SFBayview