Technological Assessment of Current Methods of Managing Low-Level Radioactive Waste (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service discusses the technological assessment of the current methods of managing low level radioactive waste.

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Technological Assessment of Current Methods of Managing Low-Level Radioactive Waste (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewScopeResearch MethodologyTechnology SnapshotWaste Management ConceptsApplication ViewpointTechnological Assessment of Current Methods of Managing Low-Level Radioactive Waste (Technical Insights), Technology Basics and LLRW Management ViewpointTechnology PrimerIntroduction and Basic ConceptsBasic Concepts on RadiationRadiation Effects and Shielding from LLRWLLRW ManagementCurrent Ways of LLRW ManagementLLRW Volume MinimizationTechnological Assessment of Current Methods of Managing Low-Level Radioactive Waste (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption FactorsTechnology Driver and ChallengesDriversChallengesFuture Trends and StrategiesAnalyst InsightsWorldwide Regulatory AnalysisRegulations in North AmericaRegulations in Europe--IRegulations in Europe--IIRegulations in Asia PacificTechnological Assessment of Current Methods of Managing Low-Level Radioactive Waste (Technical Insights), Recent Global DevelopmentsKey Developments in the United StatesRecycling Radioactive WastesMobile Unit to Treat Low-Level WastesUranium Contaminated Soil Remediation Using Microbial BiosurfactantsElimination of Uranium from Contaminated Metal SurfacesManagement of Heavy MetalsImmobilization of Uranium Ions in Groundwater Using BiofilmsKey Developments in the Rest-of-the-WorldRadiation Shielding MaterialsRadioactive Ion Removal Using Titanate FibersNovel Study to Reduce the Half-Lives of Nuclear WastesInhouse Hazardous Waste ManagementModified Cement Solidification Process for Stabilizing Radioactive WastesStudy on Probabilistic Methods to Improve Nuclear Plant SafetyDeployment of Electrochemical Methods to Manage Radiotoxic ActinidesTechnological Assessment of Current Methods of Managing Low-Level Radioactive Waste (Technical Insights), Key Patents and ContactsKey PatentsUS PatentsOther PatentsJapanese PatentsContactsUniversity and Research ContactsIndustry ContactsTechnological Assessment of Current Methods of Managing Low-Level Radioactive Waste (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseCritical Reference TablesNuclear Electricity Installed Capacity--North America (2004 to 2014)Total Electricity Installed Capacity--World (2004 to 2014)Global Electricity Generation--World (2004 to 2014)Global Cancer Incidence--World (2002 to 2012)




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