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August 25, 2016

Reduction of quantity of waste generated and storage management

This decommissioning project has closed.

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TEPCO is looking for
・Benchmark/Case study
・Consultation/Review
about the challenge below.
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【Challenge and Current Status】
It is important to reduce the generation of solid waste by ensuring thorough control on bringing new material from outside the site and by promoting re-use within the premises, while also paying attention to the volume reduction effect or the impact on disposal resulting from generation of secondary waste.
This is a pressing issue and advise of the actual operational standpoint is required.
This is an issue at the stage when the policy is formulated, domestic and overseas knowledge regarding re-use within the premises and reduction of volume of waste generated needs to be leveraged.

【Related Information, Background】(updated: 2017.11.29)
Mid-and-Long-Term roadmap
http://www.meti.go.jp/english/earthquake/nuclear/decommissioning/pdf/20170926_01a.pdf

Technical Strategic Plan 2017 for Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc
http://www.dd.ndf.go.jp/en/strategic-plan/index2017.html

The International Forum on the Decommissioning of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
http://ndf-forum.com/ref/ws3_kato_en.pdf

【Schedule / Related milestones】(updated: 2017.10.24)
FY 2015- Formulation of the storage management plan (revised annually )
Processing and disposal policy, and safety related technical outlook around FY 2021 (Mid- and Long-Term Roadmap)
Phase 3 Establishment of waste package specifications and manufacturing methods.

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