The Advanced Liquid Processing System (ALPS), a multi-nuclide removal system, removes various radioactive materials from contaminated water.

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of ALPS treated water

Outline of ALPS treated water

Basic Policy

PR material of Basic Policy

Related Documents

Documents of TEPCO

Status of studies on the handling of ALPS treated water

The Inter-Ministerial Council for Contaminated Water, Treated Water and Decommissioning issues

Team for Contaminated Water and Decommissioning Issues

The Subcommittee on Handling ALPS treated water

 

Tritiated Water Task Force (2013-2016)

ALPS treated water Q&A

Here, we will answer the questions of ALPS treated water.
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“treated water” and “contaminated water”>
Q1: What is “ALPS treated water”?
Q2: Why is “contaminated water” generated?

<Characteristics of the ALPS treated water>
Q3: What is tritium?
Q4: Can tritium be removed?
Q5: Does the treated water contain radioactive materials other than tritium?

<Handling of the ALPS treated water>
Q6: Why is discharge of ALPS treated water needed?
Q7: Why was Discharge into the sea selected as the method of disposal?
Q8: Is it possible to store or discharge treated water outside of Fukushima Daiichi NPS (FDNPS)?
Q9: Is it possible to store in intermediate storage facilities?

 

<Radiation impact of ALPS treated water>
Q10: What regulatory standards are applicable to the discharge from Fukushima Daiichi NPS (FDNPS)?
Q11: What level of radioactive impact will the release of the treated water have?

 

<Countermeasures for possible reputational damage>
Q12: What kind of countermeasures will be taken for possible reputational damage?

<Future plans>
Q13: What are the steps toward handling of treated water?

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Nuclear Accident Response Office, Electricity and Gas Industry Department, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy
 

Last updated:2021-07-21