Need help disposing of a ‘hot’ source? The NRC has the answer
Jan 01, 2009 | 11:29 AM
There are three active, licensed low-level radioactive waste disposal facilities in what the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) calls Agreement States.
These are states that have taken responsibility for the management and disposal of nuclear waste generated within their borders as well as neighboring states. Many of the orphan sources that....
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