Circuitous Routings: Integration of Public Acceptability with Technical and Economic Feasibilityby Mike L. Baughman, Intertech Consultants, Fiskdale, United States,
Glenn Van Roekel, Intertech Consultants, Fiskdale, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: High Level Radioactive Waste Management 1991
Abstract: Public acceptance of agency plans for shipment of radioactive wastes to disposal facilities may be critical to efforts to site geologic repositories. Local and state participation in route identification and evaluation can improve resident acceptance of transport risks. Circuitous routes may afford enhanced public acceptability, yet may be characterized by less than desirable technical and economic feasibility. Effective mechanisms are needed to allow for explicit inclusion of the benefits of public acceptability as a criterion in selection of preferred routing options.
Subject Headings: Radioactive wastes | Risk management | Public transportation | Waste disposal | Economic factors | Feasibility studies | Aging (material) | Public buildings
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