I haven’t had much luck so far.
I found a search function/app/device that’s supposed to enable the user to find out whether a given address is that of a radioactive building. I think I followed the instructions (eventually), but I could not get it to work, even after entering an address from one of the lists of radioactive buildings. Nonetheless, I’m pasting the link to the search function here, just in case someone can get it to work:
This is a 2014 Keelung list, containing only two addresses:
After getting an old, dead link to radioactive Keelung houses on the Atomic Energy Council website, I plugged the URL into the Internet Archive Wayback Machine and found a downloadable Excel document, dated March 2005, which contained a twelve-item list of Keelung addresses. However, I’ve decided not to put that list up here, and not to link to it, because for all I know it may not be valid anymore.
Here’s an old Taipei Times article from 2001 which might add a little background to the issue (please note that an image which accompanies the article might be not suitable for work by some standards):
I haven’t gotten around to looking for Changhua yet.