Disposal Approaches for Long Lived Low and Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste

IAEA Nuclear Energy Series No. NW-T-1.20

Subject Classification: 0804-Waste management

English STI/PUB/1407; (ISBN:978-92-0-106009-9); 40 pp.; 8 figures; € 16.00; Date Published: 2010

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This publication explores disposal approaches for long lived low and intermediate level radioactive waste. It provides an overview of possible disposal concepts and facilities to be considered for accepting long lived waste, advises on the key factors to be considered when selecting the appropriate disposal approach, and outlines the procedure for selecting the relevant strategy for disposal of long lived low and intermediate level waste. The information provided on these issues will be useful to decision makers, regulatory authorities, and those individuals or institutions that are interested in planning a national system for the long term management of long lived low and intermediate level waste.

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