By G. R. Choppin (auth.), Gregory R. Choppin, Mikhail Kh. Khankhasayev (eds.)
Separation applied sciences are of an important significance to the aim of considerably decreasing the amount of high-level nuclear waste, thereby decreasing the long term overall healthiness dangers to mankind. foreign co-operation, together with the sharing of options and techniques, in addition to expertise move, is vital in accelerating learn and improvement within the field.
The writers of this ebook are all across the world known specialists within the box of separation know-how, good certified to evaluate and criticize the present nation of separation learn in addition to to spot destiny possibilities for the applying of separation applied sciences to the answer of nuclear waste administration difficulties. the main emphases within the e-book are study possibilities within the usage of cutting edge and possibly extra effective and value powerful approaches for waste processing/treatment, actinide speciation/separation tools, technological processing, and environmental restoration.
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In addition, a small reprocessing plant, Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc. intended for commercial spent fuel recycle was built and operated for about five years, and two others (the General Electric plant and the Allied General Nuclear Services plant) were built but never operated. 2. Belgium. Belgium operated one of the earliest reprocessing plants, the small Eurochemic plant, near Mol. The plant is no longer in service and has been decommissioned. Belgium buys its reprocessing from COGEMA. 3. Germany.
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Chemical Separation Technologies and Related Methods of Nuclear Waste Management: Applications, Problems, and Research Needs by G. R. Choppin (auth.), Gregory R. Choppin, Mikhail Kh. Khankhasayev (eds.)