Tokyo [Japan], Apr 15 (ANI): Japan has commenced disposing of gasoline from a cooling pool at one of the three reactors of Fukushima nuclear plant that melted down during the 2011 tsunami catastrophe, announced Tokyo electric energy Co on Monday. 
There are a total of 566 used and unused gas gadgets inside the pool which might be intact in spite of the disaster. However, authorities have mentioned that swimming pools aren't enclosed so removing the units to a safer floor is obligatory to avoid disaster in case of some other earthquake. 
in line with Al Jazeera, the entire system of cleansing the pool, that's being completed underwater to avoid radiation leaks, would take two years. 
employees are using a mainly constructed crane that raises gas from a gas unit and locations it right into a protecting cask. The paintings is being monitored from a control room approximately 500 meters away as robotic probes have detected lines of damaged nuclear gas in all 3 reactors that had meltdowns. 
In 2011, a chief earthquake of magnitude 9.Zero jolted Japan. A 15-metre tsunami following the quake disabled the power deliver and cooling of three reactors inflicting the meltdown of the reactors. (ANI)