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Central Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact
... The Central Interstate Low Level Radioactive Waste Compact is made up of the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas ... The compact was established by the "Compact Law" and the "Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy Amendments of the 1985." The Central Interstate Low Level Radioactive ...
Schacht Asse II - Inventory
... Asse II is licensed for the storage of intermediate radioactive waste (LILW-LL, Long lived) and low level waste (LILW-SL, Short lived), defined as waste without significant heat ... After public speculation about the presence of radioactive high level waste in the pit all material was once again reviewed in August 2008 1) 125,787 drums of low level radioactive waste stored from 1967 to ... The containers typically included mixed- and laboratory waste, rubble, scrap, filter residues and combustion residues ...
High-level Radioactive Waste Management - National Management Plans - Europe - Switzerland
... facility for spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste, and for conditioning low-level radioactive waste and for incinerating wastes ... program is currently considering options for the siting of a deep repository for high-level radioactive waste disposal, and for low intermediate level wastes ...
Location - Maxey Flat Low Level Radioactive Waste Facility
... responsibilities for the handling of radioactive materials ... km2) of land on Maxey Flat and submitted an application for a license to bury radioactive waste there ... From 1963 to 1977 the Maxey Flat Low Level Radioactive Waste facility served as a dump for 832 corporations and government agencies ...

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