Dialogue-Based Meetings on Final Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Waste
In response to the publication of the Nationwide Map of Scientific Features for Geological Disposal by the government in July 2017, NUMO has been holding Dialogue-Based Explanatory Meetings on weekday nights and weekend afternoons to enhance understanding among the public about the geological disposal project.
At the meeting, NUMO and METI staff deliver presentations on an overview of geological disposal and geological characteristics using the map. Interested people can participate in small group discussion where the staff including technical experts respond to their questions and concerns.
|Period:||February and March 2018|
|Venues:||Tokyo (central and western parts) , Saitama, Kanagawa and Chiba|
|Period:||May 2018 to March 2019|
|Venues:||Osaka, Mito, Matsue, Tottori, Kobe, Takamatsu, Naha, Toyama, Tokushima, Okayama, Kochi, Chiba, Nagoya, Sapporo, Aomori, Akita, Kanazawa, Maebashi, Niigata, Kyoto, Fukui, Otsu, Nanao, Yonago, Hamada, Yatsushiro, Kamaishi, Gifu, Kumamoto, Ayabe, Toyooka, Shimonoseki, Shimanto, Noshiro, Kyotango, Toyohashi, Hamamatsu, Hiratsuka, Himeji, Matsumoto, Saeki, Kurashiki, Hiroshima, Karatsu, Kumagaya, Marugame, Shingu, Tsuruoka, Niihama, Matsuyama, Shiroish, Kitakyushu, Nagahama and Anan.
FY2019 (April 2019- March 2020)
*This page will be updated every month
> On the publication of the “Nationwide Map of Scientific Features for Geological Disposal”
> https://www.numo.or.jp/taiwa/2018/ (all only in Japanese)