2 edition of Nuclear waste issues found in the catalog.
Nuclear waste issues
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Energy and Commerce. Subcommittee on Energy and Power.
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office, U.S. G.P.O. in Washington
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KF27 .E5524 1987l|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 372 p. :|
|Number of Pages||372|
|LC Control Number||88602260|
Few debates on nuclear power or nuclear weapons discuss the problems of waste disposal should the power plant or missile be decommissioned. Few debates on nuclear waste disposal discuss the opportunities to close nuclear power plants or get rid of nuclear weapons a disposal site would afford. This new book explores the issues pertaining. Books Music Art & design TV & radio up and landfilled as low-level nuclear waste. different geological sites and ways to best dispose of the waste, the problems are both technical and.
Solving the Nuclear Waste Storage Dilemma. Thursday, Sept. 3, | 1 p.m. ET / Noon CT / 11 a.m. MT / 10 a.m. PT. After decades of contentious debate, the president and members of the th Congress have released proposals on how best to dispose of nuclear waste. “To an outsider, the issue of what to do with high-level radioactive waste introduces a morass of obscure jargon and abstruse questions. An almost measureless bulk of documents, data, and technical reports describes the technology of nuclear waste management.” (Jacob, , p. ).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Nuclear waste repository siting: expedited procedures for congressional approval / Richard S. Beth --Nuclear waste: preliminary observations on the quality assurance program at the Yucca Mountain Repository / Robin M. Nazzaro --Civilian nuclear waste disposal / Mark Holt. No one wants nuclear waste buried in their neighborhood, and that is part of the problem. But the biggest part of the problem is that such waste is produced inside nuclear energy facilities at astonishing levels—, tons of spent nuclear fuel were stored onsite at nuclear power plants around the world as of the last accounting, and that number grows by the thousands of tons each and.
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Nuclear Waste Disposal: Current Issues and Proposals Hardcover – August 1, by Warren S. Melfort (Editor)Format: Hardcover. "Coming from a concerned environmentalist perspective, this is an outstanding, well-researched book, containing a wealth of information about the global issue of radioactive waste, and presented in a highly readable style." Professor Bill Lee FREng, co-director, Centre for Nuclear Engineering, Imperial College LondonCited by: The Politics of Nuclear Waste covers several issues concerning nuclear waste, such as management, disposal, and its impact on politics.
Consisting of eight chapters, the book covers several aspects of the politics of nuclear Edition: 1. Pages - Abstract.
The acceptance by society of risks associated with radiation and radioactive materials is conditional on the benefits to be gained from their use. A key issue, if radiation and radionuclides are to continue to be used and accepted by the public, is the safe management of nuclear waste.
The path to major successor sources offers few attractive options, which is why nuclear waste issues must be resolved. Uncertainty Underground offers comprehensive, authoritative and understandable essays on this critical issue.
If we mean to be our own governors we must become more literate about handling the ashes of the 'Faustian bargin.'. Ranger Uranium Mine complex in Australia This is a list of books about nuclear issues.
They are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power. American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer (). Abstract. Disposing of nuclear waste remains one of the most complicated problems to solve; it is a wicked problem.
Finding and gaining public acceptance solutions for a high level radioactive waste (HLW) repository is cumbersome even in the case of the most resilient democratic political system.
Nuclear Waste. Published Updated The challenge of making nuclear power safer doesn't end after the power has been generated.
Nuclear fuel remains dangerously radioactive for thousands of years after it is no longer useful in a commercial reactor. The Nuclear Waste Policy Act of directed DOE to investigate candidate sites for disposing of spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste.
It also directed the President to consider whether a separate disposal facility would be required for the defense-related nuclear waste.
Since then, several decisions have affected U.S. disposal. Issues and trends in radioactive waste management: proceedings of an International Conference on Issues and Trends in Radioactive Waste Management / organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency in co-operation with the European Commission and the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, hosted by the IAEA and held in Vienna, 9–13 December Buy Chemical Separation Technologies and Related Methods of Nuclear Waste Management: Applications, Problems, and Research Needs: Proceedings of the NATO Institute, Dubna, Russia, Mayby Choppin, Gregory R., Khankhasayev, Mikhail Kh.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Nuclear waste issues, related to uncertainties in geologic disposal and long-term protection, combined with potential misuse by terrorist groups, have created uneasiness and fear in the general public and remain stumbling blocks for further development of a nuclear industry in a world that may soon be facing a global energy crisis.
The waste forms produced during the process of generating nuclear energy constitute a nearly intractable management problem because of technical and social factors. Technically, what makes dealing with some forms of nuclear waste so difficult is the presence of radioactive substances with extremely long half-lives, hundreds of thousands of.
Nuclear Waste Issues in the United States. By Luisa Kenausis, Scoville Fellow. The problem of what to do with nuclear waste is largely unsolved in America. Many types of radioactive waste require disposal for tens of thousands of years, and the United States only has one facility engaged in permanent disposal of nuclear waste: the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in New Mexico, which permanently stores certain forms of radioactive waste generated.
Chemical and Nuclear Waste Disposal: Problems and Solutions James P. Murray,JosephJ. Harrington, and Richard Wilson I. Introduction The problems of waste disposal have always been with us.
In biblical times, the residents of Jerusalem always burnt their wastes in the hideous Vale ofGehenna. This gave way to burial of waste or. Nuclear Corrosion: Research, Progress and Challenges, part of the “Green Book” series of the EFC, builds upon the foundations of the very first book published in this series in (“Number 1 - Corrosion in the Nuclear Industry”).
This newest volume provides an overview on state-of-the-art research in some of the most important areas of nuclear corrosion. Contemporary citizens tend to perceive nuclear energy and nuclear waste issues more pessimistically than does the nuclear technical community (Tanaka, ).
The divergence in view cannot be attributed solely to a lack of public understanding or familiarity with radioactivity or with technical aspects of waste. Self-irradiation can affect durability of glasses used to immobilize high-level nuclear waste (HLW).
The stability of glasses can also be indirectly affected by the radiolytic changes in contact water leading to decrease in its pH although this is unlikely to occur for disposal systems where the interaction of groundwater with glass is delayed to times when radiation dose rates are decreased.
1 day ago Nuclear Waste Management of Ontario (NWMO) said South Bruce (SB) is a willing host and has purchased farmland at the site. However, the people of SB are against the DGR as their lives will be permanently changed without their consent.
Most nuclear waste produced is hazardous, due to its radioactivity, for only a few tens of years and is routinely disposed of in near-surface disposal facilities (see above). Only a small volume of nuclear waste (~3% of the total volume) is long-lived and highly radioactive and requires isolation from the environment for many thousands of years.
If we have the potential for such issues when disposing of nuclear waste, is there anything that can be done to minimise the effects? Essentially the answer is yes, one of the major issues in deciding the location of repositories is the local geology being compatible, i.e.
it. Contamination of soil and water by radionuclides due to natural processes, global fallout from nuclear weapon testing, discharges from nuclear installations, disposal of nuclear waste, and occasional nuclear accidents (i.e., Chernobyl in and Fukushima in ) poses serious problems to biological systems.Book: Nuclear Waste Issues.
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