Low-Level Waste Disposal Design: An Overviewby Robert R. Blickwedehl, Dames & Moore, United States,
Abstract: Low-Level radioactive waste disposal is regulated by several agencies. Mixed waste, which is both radioactive and chemically hazardous is regulated by two agencies with potentially different requirements. A number of design technologies are available to accommodate different types of waste in different hydrogeologic settings. Some examples are presented in this paper. The selection of a technology and design parameters is based on a pathway analysis which considers potential failure scenarios for the disposal system and the movement of radionuclides through the environment to man.
Subject Headings: Radioactive wastes | Waste disposal | Aging (material) | Chemical wastes | Parameters (statistics) | Failure analysis | Radioactive materials
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