D&D in Radwaste Solutions

The May/June issue of Radwaste Solutions contains feature articles on nuclear decontamination and decommissioning. The issue is available in hard copy and electronically for American Nuclear Society members (must enter ANS user name and password in Member Center).

The D&D feature articles are:

  • Navigating a Year of Decisions at Piketon, by Julie Doering
  • Working Toward a New Beginning: Using Innovative Methods at ETTP to Clean Up the Manhattan Project Legacy, by Wayne McKinney
  • Oak Ridge Day at Waste Management 2012, by Nancy J. Zacha
  • And Now for Something Completely Different: An Innovative Path Toward Zion Decommissioning, by Nancy J. Zacha

Other features include an analysis of the final report of the Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future; a story about a 48-hour window to do a cleanup job near a Department of Energy remediation site in Weldon Springs, Md.; and a look at improving the future of nuclear waste management.

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One thought on “D&D in Radwaste Solutions

  1. James Greenidge

    Wish there were functional alternatives to decommissioning if the engineering can effect it! Nuke sites should be reserved as energy reservations to build new or upgrade plants by, not seen for condo speculation. There are dozens of towns and cities with oil/gas facilities that are fixtures for a over hundred years. No reason such can’t be regarded for nukes, which would make more acceptable local deep waste storage in bedrock where the sun won’t shine for a billion years anyway.

    James Greenige
    Queens NY

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