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Seminar on the bituminization of low and medium level radioactive wastes proceedings of a seminar organised jointly by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency and the Eurochemic Company, Antwerp 18-19 May, 1976. by Seminar on the Bituminization of Low and Medium Level Radioactive Wastes (1976 Antwerp)

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Published by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reactor fuel reprocessing -- Waste disposal -- Congresses.,
  • Bituminous materials -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSéminaire sur le conditionnement dans le bitume des Déchets radioactifs de faible et moyenne activité : mpte rendu du séminaire organisé conjointement par l"agence de l"OCDE pour l"energie nucléaire et la Société Eurochemic, Anvers 18-19 Mai, 1976.
ContributionsOECD Nuclear Energy Agency, European Company for the Chemical Processing of Irradiated Fuels
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD812 .S46 1976
The Physical Object
Pagination251 p. :
Number of Pages251
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21621457M
ISBN 109264015094
LC Control Number77-351332

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  E. Smailos et al., in: Seminar on the Bituminization of Low and Medium Level Radioactive Wastes, Antwerp, May 18–19, , Antwerp (), p. Download references AuthorsCited by: 4. Bituminization of Radioactive Wastes at the Nuclear Research Center Karlsruhe Since two years the concentrates from the evaporation of low­ and intermediate level radioactive effluents produced in the various research institutes and reactors of the Nuclear Re­ search Center Karlsruhe and in the 40 t/y reprocessing plantAuthor: W. Hild, W. Kluger, H. Krause. Cite this content as: INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Bituminization of Radioactive Wastes, Technical Reports Series No. , IAEA, Vienna (). Experience in operating bituminization plants at nuclear power plants in Russia is presented and it is concluded that the bituminization method can be used together with other methods for solidifying low- and medium-level liquid radioactive waste. 12 references.

Description. The aim of this report is to review and evaluate the accumulated experience in the use of bituminization techniques for the immobilization of radioactive wastes, including the description of incidents which have happened at bituminization facilities, and to give an assessment on the role of bituminization processes in the strategy for radioactive waste management. VIII. CONCLUSIONS The bitumen embedding of low- and medium-level radioactive wastes has reached the industrial stage. Bituminization plants are operating satisfactorily in France and throughout the world. However, bituminization presents certain risks due to the nature of bitumen itself. Key parameters in classification scheme are the radionuclide concentrations and half-lives. Radioactive waste is generally classified by activity level into exempt, low-level waste (LLW), intermediate-level waste (ILW) and high-level waste (HLW). Often LILW is used to mean low and intermediate level wastes. Proceedings of the NEA Seminar on the Storage of Spent Fuel Elements, Madrid, June, = Compte rendu Seminar on the Bituminization of Low and Medium Level Radioactive Wastes: proceedings of a seminar orga Geological disposal of spent fuel and high level and alpha bearing wastes: proceedings of an Internatio.

Bituminization of Radioactive Wastes at the Nuclear Research Center Karlsruhe - Experience from. *\ Plant Operation and Development Work) W. Hild W. Kluger H.. Krause Gesellschaft für Kernforschung mbH, Karlsruhe ")\ Paper presented at the NEA Seminar on the Bituminization of Low and Medium Level Radioactive Wa es, Antwerp, 18 - 19th rlay This report assesses the impact of lack of access to LLRW disposal facilities and the rising costs of LLRW disposed on biomedical research. We expect most of our observations to apply to medical uses of radioactive materials in diagnosis and therapy, but we focused our attention on waste generated in biomedical research and radioactive material suppliers to the biomedical research facilities. Get this from a library! Seminar on the Bituminization of Low and Medium Level Radioactive Wastes: proceedings of a seminar organised jointly by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency and the Eurochemic Company, Antwerp May, = Séminaire sur le conditionnement dans le bitume des Déchets radioactifs de faible et moyenne activité: compte rendu du séminaire organisé conjointement par l. Low and intermediate level (LIL) liquid wastes are generated in relatively large volumes with low levels of radio-activity. If a particular stream of radioactive liquid waste contains short-lived.