Nuclear Decom 2001

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Wiley, Dec 21, 2001 - Science - 416 pages
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This collection of papers from an October 2001 conference reports on real projects in nuclear decommissioning and discusses aspects of decommissioning such as regulation and international cooperation, finance and policy, public perception, innovation, learning from other industries, contract management, and implementation. Specific subjects include market forces facing the management of environmental liabilities, retrieval of intermediate level waste at Trawsfynydd nuclear power station, robotic decommissioning of a cesium-137 facility, and soil sorting gate equipment for site remediation. Other topics include decommissioning of nuclear installations in the research framework programs of the EC, software tools for environmental restoration, and public acceptance and the development of long-term radioactive waste management policy. Most papers are written from a European perspective. This book is distributed by ASME. It lacks a subject index. c. Book News Inc.

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