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Fukushima Plant Operator Admits It "Neglected To Investigate" Faulty Exhaust Filters Used To Contain Radioactive Pollution

Fukushima officials have admitted that they have "neglected to investigate" faulty exhaust filters that have been put in place to prevent radioactive pollution from the premises.

Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, who operates the plant, disclosed the revelation on Monday of this week during a meeting with regulatory authorities, AP reported. 24 of the 25 filters attached to the water treatment equipment had already been found to be damaged last month. Alarms went over as workers were "moving sludge", the report says.

Last week, operations partially resume.

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