Management of Radioactive Waste: The Issues for Local Authorities
Thomas Telford, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 177 pages
Radioactive waste poses one of the most divisive environmental problems of the 1990s. This book explores key issues facing local government, including the implications of current proposals to develop a deep disposal facility for low level and intermediate level radioactive waste.
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