REPORTS sent to the International Atomic Energy Agency by the Japan Safeguards Office are expected to show that discrepancies in figures on the amount of nuclear waste at the Tokai Reprocessing Plant are due to statistical differences between initial calculations of how much nuclear material had been received by the reactor operator compared with the amounts that were actually measured later on.

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