27 Kyodo A cargo of high-level radioactive waste produced through reprocessing of spent Japanese nuclear fuel in Britain arrived at a port in Aomori Prefecture for storage on Wednesday.
What does HLRW stand for?
HLRW stands for High-Level Radioactive Waste
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Tokyo, Sept 12 ( ANI ): A Japanese organisation representing the country's scientists has urged the government to drop its plan to dispose of spent nuclear fuel and other high-level radioactive waste deep underground.
9781845645663 High-level radioactive waste (HLW) disposal; a global challenge.
The Republican presidential candidate also supports the plan to open Yucca Mountain, Nevada, as the permanent facility to store the 57,650 tons of high-level radioactive waste that have accumulated since 1968--enough to cover a football field seven yards deep.
Nuclear physicist from the Oxford Research Group think-tank, Dr Frank Barnaby, said a September 11-style terrorist attack would cause 210,000 deaths for every one of Sellafield's 14 tanks used to store high-level radioactive waste.
In the face of sustained resistance from the state and citizens groups, the federal government has slowed in its effort to build a long-term geological repository for commercial spent fuel and high-level radioactive waste.
Vitrification has been used for many years to treat high-level radioactive wastes in France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, and Japan.
Enhanced penalties would apply if the vessel carried high-level radioactive waste or spent nuclear fuel.