Drone's Eye View of Fukushima Nuclear Waste Cleanup

Drone's Eye View of Fukushima Nuclear Waste Cleanup

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April 17, 2015

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Drone's Eye View of Fukushima Nuclear Waste Cleanup


Countless thousands of black bags filled with millions of tons of radioactive soil and from Japan’s Fukushima facility, one of the most catastrophic ongoing environmental disasters in the world, stood in carefully piled rows at a temporary storage sight at Tomioka. Ruptly’s drone flew overhead and captured cleanup operation, showing just how massive it is.

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