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Radioactive waste management programmes in OECD/NEA member coutries

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Published by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency in Issy-les-Moulineaux .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radioactive waste disposal -- Management -- OECD countries,
  • Radioactive wastes -- Management -- OECD countries

  • Edition Notes

    Previous ed.: 1998.

    StatementNuclear Energy Agency.
    ContributionsOECD Nuclear Energy Agency.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 leaves (20 folded) in portfolio :
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22721825M
    ISBN 109264012109

    Get this from a library! Radioactive Waste Management Programmes in OECD/NEA Member Countries. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.; Nuclear Energy Agency.;]. RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE In context of the services that the NEA provides to its member countries, a peer review can be described as the systematic examination and assessment of a national waste management programme or a specific aspect of it, with the ultimate goal of assisting the requesting country to comply with.

    In all, 28 countries including 18 from the EU are members of the OECD/NEA. The NEA is the international focus for the developed nations on nuclear issues. It brings together a number of countries from North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region, and this membership represents much of the world's nuclear expertise. The role of the OECD/NEA is complementary to that of the. of radioactive waste management. The Committee promotes safety in the short- and long-term management of radioactive waste and assists the NEA countries and the wider OECD family by providing guidance on the solution of radioactive waste problems, including consideration of .

    Profiles are provided for each participating Member State and include summary data and other information concerning each country's respective radioactive waste management program. Show Profiles The Library feature is a "portal" to documents and other information about radioactive waste management. National programmes for radioactive waste management require very large amounts of data and information across multiple and disparate disciplines. These programmes tend to run over a period of many decades resulting in a serious risk of data and information loss, which in turn can threaten the production and maintenance of robust safety cases.


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Radioactive waste management programmes in OECD/NEA member coutries Download PDF EPUB FB2

Radioactive Waste Management Programmes in NEA Member Countries. Information on the waste management and decommissioning programmes of individual member countries of the NEA are presented in country profiles and country documents aim to provide topical descriptions of national situations according to a common template; they include information about the sources, types.

These fact sheets present the radioactive waste management programmes of 20 OECD/NEA member countries. They include information about the sources, types and quantities of waste as well as how and by whom they are managed.

References for further information are. Radioactive waste management programmes in OECD/NEA member countries – Overview 16/11/05 Page 2 Australia is practically the only developed country.

Get this from a library. Radioactive waste management programmes in OECD/NEA member countries. [OECD Nuclear Energy Agency.;] -- These fact sheets present the radioactive waste management programs of 20 OECD/NEA member countries.

They include information about the sources, types and quantities of waste as well as how and by. The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) is a specialised agency within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an intergovernmental organisation of industrialised countries, based in Paris, France.

The mission of the NEA is to assist its Member countries in maintaining and further developing, through international co-operation, the scientific, technological. The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) is a specialised agency within the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), an intergovernmental organisation of industrialised countries, based in Paris, France.

The mission of the NEA is to assist its Member countries in maintaining and further developing, through international co-operation, the scientific, technological and legal bases.

RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES IN OECD/NEA MEMBER COUNTRIES FRANCE [] Nuclear Energy & Radioactive Waste Management NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY CONTEXT Commercial utilisation of nuclear power in France started in and by there were 58 electronuclear reactors (run by EdF, the French utility), meaning GW of installed power.

RADIOACTIVE WASTE AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES IN OECD/NEA MEMBER COUNTRIES SWEDEN [] NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY CONTEXT Commercial utilisation of nuclear power in Sweden started in and as of ten nuclear power units supply electricity to the grid.

Innuclear power genera3 TWh of electricity, 42% of the. A series of publications from the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency on various aspects of radioactive waste management.

The publications in this series of analytical reports and conference proceedings focus on the development of strategies for a safe, broadly acceptable management of sustainable and all types of radioactive waste and materials. RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES IN OECD/NEA MEMBER COUNTRIES GERMANY [] NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY CONTEXT The commercial use of nuclear power in Germany started in The peak value of in-stalled nuclear capacity was reached inwhen 21 nuclear power plants were in operation with an installed capacity of GWe.

These fact sheets present the radioactive waste management programmes of 20 OECD/NEA member countries. They include information about the sources, types and quantities of waste as well as how and by whom they are managed. RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES IN OECD/NEA MEMBER COUNTRIES KOREA [] NATIONAL NUCLEAR ENERGY CONTEXT Commercial utilization of nuclear power in Korea started inand there are 24 reactors in operation as of Dec.

InNPPs generated about TWh of electricity, % of the total electricity generated that year. countries the total volume of radioactive waste is small. Co-operation creates financial benefits, could result in a higher safety standard and a more reliable control.

In the period of years the heat generating waste will cool down to a situation where cooling is no longer required. A series of publications from the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency on various aspects of radioactive waste management. The publications in this series of analytical reports and conference proceedings focus on the development of strategies for a safe, broadly acceptable management of sustainable and all types of radioactive waste and materials.

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Radioactive Waste Management Programmes in OECD/NEA Member Countries Paperback – June 1, by Nuclear Energy Agency (Author), NEA (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: Nuclear Energy Agency NEA/RWM/R()2 Unclassified English text only 5 October NUCLEAR ENERGY AGENCY Radioactive Waste Management Committee Managing Information and Requirements in Geological Disposal Programmes This document exists in PDF only.

JT Get this from a library. Radioactive waste management programmes in OECD/NEA member countries. [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.; OECD Nuclear Energy Agency.] -- These fact sheets present the radioactive waste management programmes of 20 OECD/NEA member countries.

They include information about the sources, types and quantities of waste. The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) is an intergovernmental agency that is organized under the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Originally formed on 1 February with the name European Nuclear Energy Agency (ENEA)—the United States participated as an Associate Member—the name was changed on 20 April to its current name after Japan became a member.

The NEA is made up of member countries with active and advanced waste management programmes and the RWMC programme activities provide an opportunity to share experience from the diverse perspectives of developers, regulators, researchers and policy makers.

The goal of the NEA radioactive waste management activities, as reflected in the NEA. Get this from a library! Radioactive waste management programmes in OECD/NEA member countries. [Nuclear Energy Agency.;].radioactive waste management, nuclear decommissioning and legacy management; Its aim is to assist member countries to enhance confidence, communications and understanding of needs and expectations of all involved stakeholders.

Near-term focus: economic factors that affect the selection and optimization of RWM strategies and their.in NEA member countries. The intention of the present report is to help national reflections by providing a The report documents the results of a 4-year project and study launched in by the OECD/NEA Radioactive Waste Management Committee (RWMC), which is a forum of senior national representatives programmes, or in various.