3 edition of Problems and prospects for nuclear waste disposal policy found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Nuclear waste disposal policy.|
|Statement||edited by Eric B. Herzik and Alvin H. Mushkatel.|
|Series||Contributions in political science,, no. 283|
|Contributions||Herzik, Eric B., Mushkatel, Alvin H.|
|LC Classifications||TD898.14.G68 P76 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||93004280|
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The introductions examines the unresolved issues of nuclear-waste policy-making in the USA and then presents essays covering the disposal of commercial power plant fuel, low level radioactive wastes, the by-products of nuclear weapons production, and the challenges of transporting radiological materials.
: Problems and Prospects for Nuclear Waste Disposal Policy (Discographies) (): Herzik, Eric B., Mushkatel, Alvin H.: BooksAuthor: Eric B.
Herzik. / Michael V. McGinnis --Legal issues surrounding nuclear waste storage and transportation / J. Holmes Armstead, Jr., and Karlen J. Reed --Critical organization and management issues in nuclear waste disposal / Brian Cook --Managing science: quality assurance and nuclear waste disposal / Amy Snyder McCabe --Transporting nuclear wastes.
Scott D. Hughes, Problems and Prospects for Nuclear Waste by Eric B. Herzik and Alvin H. Mushkatel. Burying Uncertainty: Risk and the Case Against Geological Disposal of Nuclear : Scott D.
Hughes. The nation's decades of commercial nuclear power production and nuclear weapons production have resulted in growing inventories of spent nuclear fuel and other high-level nuclear waste. This highly radioactive waste is currently stored at sites in 35 states because no repository has been developed for the permanent disposal of this waste.
The Problem of Nuclear Waste Disposal Nuclear waste disposal remains an unresolved problem for the nuclear power industry, and one that has been the subject of much deception.
By Anne and Paul Ehrlich. Nuclear Waste. Introduction: One of the biggest problems related to nuclear energy is how to manage the nuclear waste produced. Ideas have included reprocessing used fuel to minimize the quantity of waste and storing waste in locations like Yucca Mountain and even the moon.
The safe management of nuclear and radioactive wastes is a subject that has recently received considerable recognition due to the huge volume of accumulative wastes and the increased public awareness of the hazards of these wastes. This book aims to cover the practice and research efforts that are currently conducted to deal with the technical difficulties in different radioactive.
Eric B. Herzik's 4 research works with 8 citations and 20 reads, including: Problems and prospects for nuclear waste disposal policy. This chapter describes how the delays in implementing the policy of using deep geological repositories for disposal of nuclear waste are, at least in part, traceable to concerns, attitudes, perceptions, and different views among the public.
Lack. The Department of Energy is working toward long-term solutions for nuclear waste storage. | Photo by James Marvin Phelps.
Today, the Department of Energy is taking a critical step toward the development of a consent-based approach to siting future nuclear waste management facilities as part of a strategy for the long-term storage and disposal. Page Another important issue when evaluating the geological disposal option is physical security.
Assuring security requires that safeguard controls over the fissile materials (particularly spent fuel or plutonium) be maintained in order to prevent their clandestine use for nuclear weapons development or to prevent the misuse of highly hazardous radioactive materials by.
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The opening chapter discusses nuclear waste management in the United States, while the next chapter reviews a cross national perspective on the politics of nuclear waste.
Chapter 3 talks about congressional and executive branch factions in nuclear waste management policy, while Chapter 4 discusses federal-state conflict in nuclear waste Edition: 1.
The Nuclear Waste Policy Act of is a United States federal law which established a comprehensive national program for the safe, permanent disposal of highly radioactive wastes. During the first 40 years that nuclear waste was being created in the United States, no legislation was enacted to manage its r waste, some of which remains radioactive with a.
The option of direct disposal of irradiated fuel elements has been abandoned in Argentina not only because of the importance for power production of the plutonium con-final disposal, in order to allow the waste to lose radio activity and heat". Dr Blix noted that the safe and permanent disposal of radioactive waste is a global concern, and Member.
A remaining key challenge is the long term disposal of high-level waste. The amount and type of such waste depends on the respective national nuclear programme and the type of fuel cycle used. The current two main spent fuel management options are reprocessing and direct disposal in deep geological repositories, or a mixture of both.
The nuclear energy is attracting renewed interest of public and policy makers due to his potential role in long term strategies aiming to reduce the risk of global warming and in a more general, to carry out sustainable policies, however, any project of nuclear nature arise concerns about the risks associated with the release of radioactivity during accident conditions, radioactive waste.
Management and on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management was recog-nized as a ‘landmark’ event — setting the stage for a process of systematic international improvement of waste management safety. Long term surface storage, as opposed to the final disposal of radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel, is becoming a reality in many File Size: 3MB.
A new method to help solve the problem of nuclear waste. and safe management of spent fuel and radioactive waste" which requires EU Member States to establish a dedicated policy. InCongress enacted the Nuclear Waste Policy Act (NWPA), which supports the use of deep geologic repositories for the safe storage and/or disposal of radioactive waste.
 It is in charge of setting the standards for site selection for geologic repositories, and decides how state and federal governments can act upon this issue, making a.
Compares and contrasts the approaches taken by major nuclear countries for managing civilian high-level waste with the approach taken by the U.S. Identifies lessons that can be learned from these countries' approaches -- esp.
Canada, France. The United States employs a highly distinct nuclear waste disposal policy that contrasts on many levels and key issues with the waste disposal policy of Canada.
As compared to the United States’ disposal policy where decisions are left to the highly trained elite and technocrats, Canada’s waste disposal policy can be regarded as the contrary. Problems and Prospects for Nuclear Waste Disposal Policy $ Free shipping Details about Waste Disposal Industrial Laboratory Nuclear Book College Academic Handbook Lot.
Return policy details. Seller does not offer Rating: % positive. Nuclear Waste?, The Half-Life of Radioactive Material, and Summary of High-Level Nuclear Waste Disposal Options. Additional information is found in Facts about Nuclear Energy in the Student Book, page Procedure Orientation Prior to conducting the activity, ascertain students’ current perceptions of nuclear energy and nuclear waste.
Chapter 1 — The Future of Nuclear Power — Overview and Conclusions 1 The generation of electricity from fossil fuels, notably natural gas and coal, is a major and growing contributor to the emission of carbon dioxide – a green-house gas that contributes significantly to global warming.
We share the sci-File Size: KB. Nuclear Waste Disposal: Can We Rely on Bedrock. focuses on a proposed solution to disposing nuclear waste, which is to deposit canisters of nuclear waste in tunnels and rooms in deep rock formations at depths of about – m ( – ft.).
This underground facility in a large body of rock is known as a Edition: 1. Nuclear Energy Economics and Policy Analysis DOE Yucca Mountain Project the balance of authority between federal, state, and local jurisdictions and environmental -- to future generations the assessment of technical risk and the ‘verification’ possible Public management of large-scale programs 4/26/04 8 Key policy issues posed by nuclear wasteFile Size: 1MB.
The president, eyeing the battleground state of Nevada, has made clear he opposes a nuclear waste site at Yucca Mountain, reversing a policy that.
In The Road to Yucca Mountain, J. Samuel Walker traces the U.S. government's tangled efforts to solve the technical and political problems associated with radioactive waste.
From the Manhattan Project through the designation in of Yucca Mountain in Nevada as a high-level waste repository, Walker thoroughly investigates the approaches adopted by the. toxic waste is waste material, often in chemical form, that can cause death or injury to living creatures.
It usually is the product of industry or commerce, but comes also from residential use, agriculture, the military, medical facilities, radioactive sources, and light industry, such as dry cleaning establishments.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Energy resources of the world: non-renewable and renewable / E.
Willard Miller --International aspects of the mitigation of the environmental effects of energy production: an international perspective / Heinz G. Pfeiffer --International. The IAEA provides support to Member States in establishing a proper safety framework for the storage of radioactive waste and spent fuel.
Activities under this programme include the development of IAEA Safety Standards for predisposal management of radioactive waste and spent fuel, the assistance to the Member States on the use and application of these. Japan’s nuclear power generation has often been likened to a “condominium without a toilet” due to the lack of a final disposal site for.
The draft recently compiled by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to revise the policy on nuclear waste disposal is apparently aimed at making it easier for candidate municipalities to. compensate. Many of the reasons nuclear energy did not expand after in North America (proliferation, capital costs, operational risks, waste disposal, and public fear) are no longer the intractable problems once thought.
The WIPP site in New Mexico, an example of a solution to the nuclear waste disposal issue, and also to public fear, is an. Nuclear power has played a big part in our energy use over the past 30 years with the benefit that it produces much less CO2 than fossil fuels, but it.
Based on the authors' recent investigations, this book describes the application of glassy and polyphase composite materials for nuclear waste immobilisation. It introduces immobilisation issues beginning with a short description of nuclear waste types and compositions.
Sources of nuclear waste are described including the nuclear fuel cycle, operational and spent nuclear. Waste production Radioactive waste ranges greatly in the level of risk it presents – from exposed overalls and mop heads that can be handled safely, to spent fuel bundles that must be contained for many years – while some legacy waste that predates Canada’s rigorous controls requires long-term cleanup projects.
Waste regulations National and international regulatory. Currently, the US has no permanent disposal site for nuclear waste. A new presidential commission is exploring ways to solve the problem of. Nuclear Waste Disposal () power generation.7 Until the recent slowdown in nuclear power devel- opment, it had been widely estimated that by the mid-eighties nuclear power would provide 20% of all electricity in the United States, Great.Strategy for the Management and Disposal of Used Nuclear Fuel and High-Level Radioactive Waste 2 nuclear waste issue, builds capability to implement a program to meet that commitment, and prioritizes the acceptance f fuel from shuto -down reactors.
A consent-based siting process could result in moreFile Size: KB.This book presents a view of nuclear energy as an important carbon-free energy option.
It discusses the nuclear fuel cycle, the types of reactors used today and proposed for the future, nuclear waste disposal, reactor accidents and reactor safety, nuclear weapon proliferation, and the cost of electric power.