International Education Alliance for Education in Radioactive Waste Managementby Ginger P. King, United States Dep of Energy, Washington, United States,
Abstract: Sharing information among countries about technologies being used or planned for spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste management, storage, and disposal is important toward building national confidence and trust within nations for proceeding with implementation of long-term solutions to waste management. To facilitate the effective sharing, specific mechanisms or vehicles are required. To this end, in 1992, the International Education Alliance for Education in Radioactive Waste Management was established.
Subject Headings: Radioactive wastes | Waste storage | Education | Energy storage | Nuclear power | Fuels | Recycling
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