Japan working on projects for leaking Fukushima nuke plant


Hundreds of tons of tainted water have poured into the sea since an earthquake and tsunami crippled the plant in 2011.

Japan announced today it will spend $320 million on a massive underground ice wall to stop the leaks. They will also spend another $150 million to upgrade nearby water treatment facilities.

Radiation around the plant is so high right now; it could kill an exposed person in just four hours.

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