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Important Notice to Berkey Customers

January 21st, 2023

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Where to Find Reliable Information about Radioactivity from Fukushima

Find informed answers to your questions about radiation from Fukushima on the following websites:

InFORM (based in British Columbia)
Integrated Fukushima Ocean Radionuclide Monitoring (InFORM) Network:
A collaborative radiation monitoring network to determine and communicate environmental risks for Canada’s Pacific and Arctic Oceans from the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear accident.

InFORM consists of a group of citizen scientists collecting water samples in coastal areas of British Columbia which they submit for testing to a lab at the University of Victoria and other international testing facilities.

How Radioactive is Our Ocean?

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
The world’s largest independent, not-for-profit ocean research and testing facility. Based in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
The WHOI website is a great source of information regarding radioactivity from Fukushima.
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