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https://www.cnn.com/2019/09/19/asia/japan-fukushima-trial-intl-hnk/index.html

>This month, officials said that water pumped into the stricken plant to cool its nuclear cores might have to be dumped into the ocean, due to a lack of storage space for the thousands of tons of contaminated liquid. Around 300 to 400 tons of highly radioactive water is generated every day; it's currently stored in hundreds of tanks at the site, from which there have been multiple leaks in the years since decommissioning started.

/sci/, what are the possibilities of managing to ship the liquid to a large main continent for containment? i.e. States/China for lockdown?
Yes, there would be high cost but would negotiating for assistance strengthen the bonds between these countries?

What is the best solution for something like this?
Article states it would take some odd $50B to fix it, and 40 years.