Like a Pyramid: Mountain of debris 20 meters tall in Miyagi — Hot white vapor rising up from trash — 100km north of Fukushima (PHOTO)

Saturday, March 3, 2012
By Paul Martin

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By ENENews
March 3rd, 2012

Title: ONE YEAR AFTER THE DISASTER / Quake-hit areas still struggling with debris
Source: Yomiuri
Date: Mar 3, 2012

SOURCE: Yomiuri
At a temporary storage site in the Kawaguchicho district of Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture [110km north of Fukushima meltdowns], a mountain of debris stands like a pyramid. In about one year, it has reached four layers and 20 meters high.

To remove methane gas from inside the debris mountain, an excavator recently dug holes and inserted pipes into the mountain. Hot white vapor rose up from the trash. […]

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