Watching the waste line

Knight, Helen
January 2004
Engineer (00137758);1/23/2004, Vol. 293 Issue 7643, p14
Reports on the collaboration between the nuclear industry with a number of universities in Great Britain. Formation of a national network to investigate the development of alternative storage and testing technologies; Efforts to improve the testing facilities and technologies for the remote monitoring of underground repositories of radioactive wastes; Investigation for the suitability of novel glass, ceramic and cement materials for the long-term storage of the industry's legacy waste.


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