On the fourth demonstration to Japan, the PowerPlus DCU team found new reasons to be concerned for Japan's future. Not only has the massive issue of radiation been ignored at the cost of Japans soil, but now the radiation itself is not taking on new forms that make it harder to remove. More details in the lower link.
More than 19,000 Japanese drowned, their bodies scattered on Japan’s eastern shores when a tsunami struck Japan on March 11, 2011. Kevin Wang wanted to help, and his Anaheim, Califonia-based company, PowerPlus, had the cleaning know-how to handle almost anything.
Our team is back from Japan and what an adveture they had. We had remarkable results in the field and even better procedures are always being developed. The Japanese officials who were watching were amazed (and so were we) by the results of our cleaning methods and technology. Kudos to the team and their achievements! More about this can be read following the lower link.
In a recent article form I.S.C.O., PowerPlus DCU learned that Japan had announced plans to use power washing as a way to get rid o the nuclear disaster they are currently faced with. Read more about how this is a disaster waiting to happen.
PowerPlus made a big debut this year at RISCON 2011 in Tokyo Japan. Find out more about how they were able to give an impressive demonstration to governing officials by cleaning a car that was thought to be too contaminated to ever use again.
Proof of conecpt demonstrations in Japan! PowerPlus was able to remove 93% of radiation from hard surfaces and soil. News reports and government officials give sounds of "Oooo" and "Ahhhh" as they hear results spoken over a nearby loudspeakers.