Issue Date: August 31, 2015
Nuclear Waste Has A Long History Of Confusing Definitions
Decades of legislation and court interpretations have left U.S. nuclear waste managers facing an intractable problem. Tasked with understanding science and skilled enough to work within constraints set by policy-makers, these managers sort various types of radioactive waste so they can be disposed of in accordance with the law. It’s a complicated job.
Now, waste management companies are urging the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to take another look at the limitations of the . . .
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