DISASTER RESTORATION VISIONS FOR TOMIOKAMACHI AND DECONTAMINATION PROJECT

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1 DISASTER RESTORATION VISIONS FOR TOMIOKAMACHI AND DECONTAMINATION PROJECT Kazuyoshi Sanbe Chairman of Disaster Restoration Visions Preparation Committee Tomiokamachi, Fukushima Prefecture

2 Preparation Committee for Disaster Restoration Visions of Tomiokamachi Each one of the preparation committee members participates in one of the three working groups. No. Category Name WG 1 Business WG on Industry Reconstruction They are all laymen about radioactive contamination or decontamination. 2 Agriculture WG on Industry Reconstruction 3 Fishing WG on Industry Reconstruction 4 Commerce WG on Industry Reconstruction 5 Chamber of commerce/tourism WG on Industry Reconstruction Association 6 Agriculture WG on Industry Reconstruction 7 Finance WG on Industry Reconstruction 8 Civil servant of Tomioka-machi WG on Industry Reconstruction 9 Civil servant of Tomioka-machi WG on Industry Reconstruction 10 Public participation WG on Residential Environment 11 Education WG on Residential Environment 12 Public participation WG on Residential Environment 13 District head meeting WG on Residential Environment 14 Education WG on Residential Environment 15 Public participation WG on Residential Environment 16 Commerce WG on Residential Environment 17 Civil servant of Tomioka-machi WG on Residential Environment 18 Civil servant of Tomioka-machi WG on Residential Environment 19 Association of Architects & WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Building Engineers 20 District head meeting WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation 21 Fire brigade WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation 22 Public participation WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation 23 Public participation WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation 24 Associated General Contractors WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation 25 Civil servant of Tomioka-machi WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation 26 Civil servant of Tomioka-machi WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation WG on Industry: 9 members WG on Residential Environment: 9 members WG on Disaster Prevention: 9 members 1

3 Details of the Working Groups (Industry) WG on the restoration and promotion of the industry We will try to promptly restore the lost capacity of the industry, generate opportunities for gaining an income, and promote industries aiming at nuclear-free environment, energy, etc., all for creating a vibrant community. [Major topics (draft)] 1Restoration of agriculture (radioactive decontamination; desalination after the tsunami damage) 2Measures against malign humors 3Emergency financial support; emergency job creation 4Assisting business enterprises to resume their operation and expand sales network 5Expediting communication and exchange of information 6Inviting new industries dealing with renewable energy technologies, research laboratories, etc. <Group members> Finance: Agriculture: 2 members Commerce: 2 members Enterprise: Public officials: 2 member How to proceed: Deliberation in each working group (Disaster prevention) WG on community administration in terms of disaster mitigation/prevention We will try to learn lessons from the East Japan Earthquake and implement necessary disaster prevention/mitigation measures for the early restoration of social infrastructure. We will also try to create a community in which citizens would feel safe and secured. [Major issues (draft)] 1Restoration of roadway and railway (JR) networks 2Reinforcement of local disaster prevention plans and promotion of understanding and awareness of the public 3Establishment of disaster prevention bases (providing refuges and reinforcing communication network) 4Restoration of infrastructure and lifelines 5Provision of necessary facilities and promotion of disaster prevention awareness 6Establishment of voluntary disaster prevention organization; promotion of disaster prevention education (schools and businesses) General meeting Sharing issues (Medical; education; nursing) WG on better residential environment We will try to cooperate to create a livable community in which citizens people smile and help each other and the elderly are respected. [Major issues (draft)] 1Facilitating network creation. 2Development of human resources through the lifelong learning; encouragement of volunteer activity. 3Establishment of sufficient medical infrastructure (facilities; doctors, emergency and nuclear-related countermeasures 4Support for bearing and raising children without worry. 5Support for daily lives in accordance with one's health and physical conditions. 6Providing spaces for citizens to gather round. <Group members> Ward mayors conference NPO; volunteers Education: 2 members Open recruitment: 2 members Public officials: 2 members <Group members> Ward mayors conference Fire brigades Society of architects and building engineers Association of construction companies Open recruitment: 2 members Public officials: 2 members 2

4 Advisors Observers Consultants Secretariat Category Name Organization/Post Note Advisor Observer Professional of industry Professional of industry Help and support from advisors etc. who have export knowledge and insight Group Facilitator Consultant Secretariat Professional of nuclear and radiation Professional of nuclear and radiation Professional of nuclear and radiation Professional of nuclear and radiation WG on Industry Reconstruction WG on Disaster Prevention and Mitigation WG on Residential Environment 3

5 Form of Residency by the Time of Returning Home [Return homeward] <Current location after the evacuation> (Provisional housing, rented housing via municipal governments, etc.) [Living in two areas; commuting to/from work] <Final destination> (Original domicile and surrounding area) [Moving to temporary domiciles; continued living there] <Temporary domicile*> (Low-dose areas in Tomiokamachi etc.) (Outside of Tomiokamachi) [Step-wise return homeward] [Scheduled return homeward] * Those who for various reasons cannot return home but are forced to move to other locations will be included in the preparation of the restoration vision, where necessary support for them to start new lives as well as appropriate setups for or opportunities of visiting their home on a regular basis will be ensured. 4

6 Progress of Tomiokamachi Disaster Restoration Visions Preparation Committee Selection of members (8/17) Questionnaire to secretariat (8/18 to 8/26; 82 answers) Hosting study sessions, too, on radiation and radioactivity, decontamination, etc. The 1st Preparation Committee Meeting (8/26) Study session on radiation (Guest speaker: Ms. Kyoko Ooba) Objectives of the committee Exchange of opinions The 2nd Preparation Committee Meeting (9/15) Study session on radiation (Guest speaker: Mr. Tadashi Inoue) Current conditions and issues of Tomiokamachi (1) The 3rd Preparation Committee Meeting (10/3) Current conditions and issues of Tomiokamachi (2) Scenario for the return to Tomiokamachi Directions for and effort at resolving the issues (1) The 4th Preparation Committee Meeting (10/21) Directions for and effort at resolving the issues (2) Essential features of the vision (draft) The 5th Preparation Committee Meeting (11/11) Restoration visions (draft) The 6th Preparation Committee Meeting (11/25) Restoration visions (revision to the drafted version) Outline of implementing status of public comments Soliciting ideas (10/7 to 10/31; 83 entries) The 1st Working Group Meeting (9/15) Current conditions and issues of Tomiokamachi (1) (Free discussion regarding current problems and anxiety about the future) The 2nd Working Group Meeting (10/3) Current conditions and issues of Tomiokamachi (2) (Supplemental discussion following views and opinions presented in other working group meetings) Directions for and effort at resolving the issues The 3rd Working Group Meeting (10/21) Directions for and effort at resolving the issues (2) (Concentrated effort, implementing bodies) The 4th Working Group Meeing (11/11) Discussion of the restoration visions (draft) Public comments (12/8 to 12/23) The 7th Preparation Committee Meeting (mid- January) Summary and incorporation of public comments Finalization of restoration visions 5

7 Buildings in Tomiokamachi and Their Conditions Classification The number Remarks Residential houses 5,983 Including multipurpose houses Daily farms 1,691 Including annexes Hotels and lodgings Banks; shops Including cheap lodging houses and restaurant Hospital etc. 15 Including movie theaters (1) Factories etc. 129 Depots and warehouses 733 Market places 1 Hydropower generators 2 Privately owned Apartment houses 398 Including cheap annexes Total 9,491 Houses with damaged roofs: 1,600 houses Old cement roof tiles, colonial: Approx. 1,000 houses Replacing roofs rather than decontaminating them? 1. For houses with damaged roofs, the number represents those that have been remedied with vinyl sheets and sandbags by professional workers since the summer. Approx. 1,600 houses 2. In the case of cement roof tiles, some houses should proceed with regular decontamination procedures while others with complete replacement of roof tiles to remove any radioactive contamination, depending on how old they are. Estimated 1,000 houses 3. Houses lost in the tsunami 202 main buildings, 200 annexes and warehouses, etc Total: Approx. 400 structures 4. Houses in the zone difficult to return to home ( 50mSv) Approx. 2,000 houses 6

8 Radiation Doses Considered Acceptable by the Citizens to Return Home Radiation doses considered acceptable by the citizens to return home % 63 5% % 1. Less than20 msv/yr, which is below that of the scheduled evacuation area % % 2. Interim target value to be determined by the National Government in the range of 1 to 20 msv/yr 3. 1 msv/yr or less, which is determined by the National Government as the final target value after decontamination 4. msv/yr or less irrespective of any target values determined by the National Government (see attached figure) 5. No idea Radiation doses considered acceptable by the citizens to return home (others) 10 or greater 8 5 to to to or less About half the respondents (50%) chose "1 msv/yr or less, which is determined by the National Government as the final target value after decontamination." Those who said No idea" accounts for 21%. For doses irrespective of any target values determined by the National Government, "0.1 msv/yr or less" was picked up by 26 people, the largest number of all. 7

9 Questions When will negotiations with TEPCO be finished? Will it be possible to obtain consent to decontamination from those who will not return home? Where should decontamination waste be stored? Even if decontamination proceeds, will people who fear radiation return home? Separation of the town caused by evacuation zoning Houses in the zone difficult to return to home ( 50mSv) :Approx. 2,000 houses 8

10 New Evacuation Zoning according to dose rate measured (Proposed by Government) Will the town be divided in three zones? Tomioka Town

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