The never-ending challenge of handling radioactive water at Fukushima

Work to decommission Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant continues, a decade after three of its reactors suffered a meltdown following an earthquake and tsunami in northeast Japan. Engineers from its operator, Tokyo Electric Power, work to keep the damaged reactors cool. But this has created another problem: hundreds of tons of contaminated water accumulate at the site every day, and have to be stored in tanks.

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