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FACING FUKUSHIMA

An incinerator in Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture, has been shut down following the discovery of high levels of radioactive cesium in incinerated ash, a city official said Thursday in the first such case since the March nuclear meltdowns in Fukushima Prefecture.
The Kashiwa Municipal Government has no plans to restart the Nanbu Clean Center in the foreseeable future,
Kashiwa is a known hot spot where radiation readings are high following the leakage of radioactive substances from the damaged Fukushima Daiichi power plant. Kashiwa is about 30 Km from central tokyo.

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An incinerator in Kashiwa, Chiba Prefecture, has been shut down following the discovery of high levels of radioactive cesium in incinerated ash, a city official said Thursday in the first such case since the March nuclear meltdowns in Fukushima Prefecture.<br />
The Kashiwa Municipal Government has no plans to restart the Nanbu Clean Center in the foreseeable future, <br />
Kashiwa is a known hot spot where radiation readings are high following the leakage of radioactive substances from the damaged Fukushima  Daiichi power plant. Kashiwa is about 30 Km from central tokyo.