The French core cooling water radioisotope removal system has proved inadequate because of entrained radioactive particulate loading, I hear. The French system appears to be a straightforward high temperature ion exchange resin system.
One could add a depth filtration step to remove particulates. Borosilicate glass fiber filling comes to mind.
One problem with filtration and ion exchange is that regeneration of resin releases the trapped radioisotopes into the environment so the filter and ion exchange components must be replaced after one use and treated as, in the Fukushima case, high level radwaste. A very expensive proposition.
A distillation process would be more practical in terms of cost but I don’t believe such a system is available in the practical sense at this time. There is a lot of radwaste in the Fukushima reactor systems, in the order of
exabecquerels (one followed by 18 zeros nuclear decays per second).
I see posts from folks much more qualified than I on your Fukushima posts. Perhaps they would care to enlarge on my comments (which I consider uninformed).