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    4 MAR 2014, Fukushima-Daiichi NPP (Source : Nikkei Inc.)

    Decommissioning at Fukushima-Daiichi NPP

    Takafumi IHARA

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    All Units maintain cold shutdown

    RPV bottom temp. PCV internal temp. Fuel pool temp.

    Unit 1 ~17 ~17 ~13

    Unit 2 ~21 ~22 ~30

    Unit 3 ~20 ~19 ~20

    Unit 4 No fuel, so monitoring not requiredNo fuel, so monitoring

    not required~9

    Values as of 11:00 on January 11, 2016

    1

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    ! About one-100 thousandth compared with the one after the accident

    ! Outside port are substantially below notified concentration.

    36 6

    36

    ,

    1 ,

    0536 -, -

    36

    - 1-,

    36 26

    36

    26

    6

    [Regulation limit] Cesium 137: 90 Bq/L Cesium 134: 60 Bq/L

    Concentration level of radioactive materials in the sea

    "The concentration level has been gradually decreased

    15 km off the coast of NPS (Bq/L)

    Sea Water Inlet at unit 4 (Bq/L)

    Discharge outlet (South) (Bq/L)

    Mar 2011 Oct 2015

    May 2011

    Oct 2015

    Apr 2011 Sep 2015

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    " TEPCO continuously collects information from all contractors and arrange to assure the necessary number of workers for expected works

    Number of workers

    3

    Average worker in weekday (man/day)

    Month

    (May,&2015)&

    FY&2013& FY&2014& FY&2015&

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    Present Status

    Water Inventory Issue

    Decommissioning Roadmap

    Improvement on work environment

    Roles and responsibility among organizations for decommissioning

    Main Contents

    4

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    Present Status

    Water Inventory Issue

    Decommissioning Roadmap

    Improvement on work environment

    Roles and responsibility among organizations for decommissioning

    5

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 1

    Remote-operated boat and robot identified leakage locations in torus room

    Reactor Building (3/15/2011)

    Reactor Building Cover (installed in Oct. 2011)

    Torus Room (5/27/2014) Torus Room (11/13/2013)

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 1 (contd)

    Robot identified leakage from expansion joint of vacuum breaker piping (5/27/2014)

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 1 (contd)

    Reactor building are being dismantled in preparation for fuel removal

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    (Ref) Procedure of dismantling Unit1 building cover

    Mitigation measures against dust dispersion are being conducted while building cover is dismantled. All the roof panels have been dismantled (5 Oct. 2015)

    FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2015 FY 2014

    Rubble removal

    Installation of fuel handling support etc.

    Dismantling building cover

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 1 (contd)

    Conditions of the top of operating floor Reactor building cover removal

    (October 2015)

    "Building cover removal is in progress taking measures against dust stirring and of decontamination and shielding on the floor

    "Many rubbles on the operating floor will be removed "Finally, the deck and fuel handling machine will be installed

    Overview of refueling level (June 2012)

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    Rubble

    Ceiling crane

    Picture 1

    Picture 2

    Picture 3

    Surface of fuel spent pool

    Cover of reactor well

    Ceiling crane

    Cover of reactor well

    Progress Made at 1F Unit 1 (contd)

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 2

    Gamma Camera Image of Refueling Floor (2/21/2013)

    Blow-out Panel Closed (3/11/2013)

    Steam Coming Out From Blow-out Panel (4/10/2011)

    Video images obtained inside primary containment 12

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 2 (contd)

    Robot retrieved core samples from refueling

    floor (3/21-22/2014) 13

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 3

    Spent Fuel Pool (2/14~18/2013)

    Rubble Removal in Progress (5/29/2013)

    Crippled Reactor Building (3/15/2011)

    Robot found leakage location in reactor building 14

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    Progress Made at 1F Unit 3 (contd)

    Rubble in spent fuel pool being removed by remote operation

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    Before large debris removal (March 24, 2011)

    N

    After removal of large debris

    N

    (April 19, 2014)

    Rubble removal toward fuel removal from SFP in Unit 3 (1/2)

    Installation of fuel removal cover and fuel handling facility planned Due to high radiation levels, dose reduction measures must be carried out safely and steadily with remote-controlled heavy machinery.

    Current

    Status tasks

    " ALARA is kept in the Decontamination and shielding works " The taget of dose exposure for fuel removal is less than 1mSv/h

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    Decontamination work completed

    "The dose rate on the Unit 3 refueling floor is high "Decontamination work is being conducted with remote-

    controlled heavy machinery and decontamination devices.

    Rubble collection device Suction device

    Cutting device

    Used for the collection of small debris

    Used for suction removal of small debris and dust, etc.

    Used for cutting the surfaces of concrete Decontamination work partially

    completed

    Unit 3 refueling floor

    Decontamination toward fuel removal from SFP in Unit 3 (2/2)

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    (Ref) Dose difference between Unit 4 and 3

    Measured : ~February 2014

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    (Ref) Dose difference between Unit 4 and 3 (contd)

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    Unit3 Reactor Building 5F

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    Current Condition (May 2014) Photo Damage to concrete surface

    Photo Condition of north side of R/B

    Photos Photo

    (Ref) Unit 3 Refueling Floor (Significant Damage Sustained)

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    Preparation Status for Fuel Removal Cover at Unit 3

    ! Cover components including steel frame and girder were made and transported to the Onahama Port, more than 50 km away from 1F.

    ! Once assembled there in order to confirm working procedure ! Module partially assembled there will be transported to reduce

    working hours and occupational dose at site

    Removal of Fuel Handling Machine from SFP

    (Aug. 2015)

    Assembling work at Onahama Port (October 2014)

    Fuel removing cover (Image)

    Roof Crane

    Fuel Handling Machine

    Cover for removing fuels

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    Concrete wall

    Progress Made at 1F Unit 4

    Water Injection by Concrete Pumper (3/22/2011)

    Fuel Removal from SFP (11/18/2013~)

    Spent Fuel Pool Structure Reinforced

    (7/30/2011)

    S t e e l Pillars

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    On-site transporting cask

    Crane

    Fuel removal from SFP in Unit 4

    On-site transport

    Spent fuel pool (SFP)

    Fuel removal cover

    Cask pit Ensuring

    empty space.

    Fuel handling machine (FHM)

    Cask pit

    Fuels have been removed since November 18, 2013. 1533 fuels was stored inside SFP at the time of starting fuel

    removal.

    Common pool (on site)

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    Fuel removal from SFP in Unit 4 (contd)

    Status on Sep.22,2011 Removal of PCV head (July 2012)

    Construction of cover flame (Jan. ~ May 2013)

    Complete the Fuel removal facility cover (Oct. 2013)

    Fuel removal work started (Nov. 18. 2013)

    Rubble removal on 5th floor of R/B (Mar. 2012)

    "Construction period: 11m (From steel flame erection to commence of Fuel Removal) "Gross weight of newly installed facility: approx. 4,900 ton

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    Present Status

    Water Inventory Issue

    Decommissioning Roadmap

    Improvement on work environment

    Roles and responsibility among organizations for decommissioning

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    Inflow Approx.

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