Radioactive waste management analysis
Akshat Bhalla, Swapnil Namekar
Radioactive waste
Radioactive waste is a waste that is generated after the radioactive material in the nuclear reactor is exhausted or produced during the the production of nuclear weapons. Since in advancements in field of nuclear fuel or nuclear energy was on a pretty large scale which thereafter resulted in mass production of radioactive waste, radioactive waste management became an necessary and crucial subject to deal with it. If not properly handled or disposed, any radiation leak can cause an imminent danger to human life as well as environment. The paper lays emphasis on radioactive waste generation along with its classification, storage, processing, treatment.
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Unique Paper ID: 149217

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 11

Page(s): 351 - 353
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