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A 1983 review of the Swedish radioactive waste disposal ... with such dangerous material and a hazard lasting millennia."


Dangers and effects of nuclear waste disposal: Nuclear waste disposal or radioactive waste management is an important part of nuclear power generation and ...


Plutonium is the most dangerous material in the world. ... The nuclear industry therefore has clearly defined waste disposal methods for all waste produced and  ...


Mar 18, 2011 ... Nuclear reactors produce high level radioactive wastes which present ... Because of these hazards, disposal regulations require isolation of the ...


The waste generated by nuclear power remains dangerous for many years--so we must make wise decisions about how to handle and dispose of it.


Mar 25, 2013 ... However, the proper disposal of nuclear waste is still highly challenging. ... this technique has the higher risk for nuclear waste spreading.


Second, reprocessing does not reduce the need for storage and disposal of radioactive waste, and a geologic repository would still be required. Plutonium ...


Much of the nuclear waste will remain hazardous for hundreds of thousands of years, ... Major uncertainties in the geological suitability for waste disposal at the site remain, ... No place for nuclear waste: bearing witness to a dangerous delivery.


The proper treatment, storage, and disposal of radioactive waste are prescribed ... of humans to high-level radioactive waste can be dangerous, even deadly.


Nov 1, 2014 ... We've got an awful lot of nuclear waste to safely dispose of and it's ... Radioactive waste is such a problem because it remains dangerous for ...