The situation has also attracted the attention of the International Atomic Energy Agency, which sent a team of experts to review the decommissioning effort last month. They warned Japan may need longer than the projected 40 years to clean up the site. A full report is expected to be released later this month.
The discovery of a greenling fish near a water intake for the power station in February that contained some 7,400 times the recommended safe limit of radioactive cesium only served to heighten concern.
What did everyone think was happening with the radioactive water leaking into their ground water and ocean? That it just dissipates and wa-la - GONE? Absurd. And take more than the 40 years… of course it’s going to take more than 40 years.(via stopkillingourworld)