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DOE-HDBK-1113-98
Module 102 The Nuclear Fuel Cycle
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
classified as low-level waste provided the
concentration of transuranic activity is less
than 100 nCi/g." LLW could be in the
form of liquids, solids, or gasses. Liquid
waste is usua lly processe d to remove
radioactive material and then recycled or
disposed.
Solids may be volume-reduced by
incine ration or compac tion. So luble fo rms
in liquid may be solidified to isolate
radioactive contents.
Gases are either changed to a solid form
and disposed of as a solid or compressed
and stored as gases. These gases may be
released after sufficient time has elapsed
for decay of the radioactive component of
the gas.
HLW
b.
High-level waste (HLW) is defined in DOE
Order 5820.2a as "The highly r adioactive
waste material that results from the
reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel,
including liquid waste produced directly in
reprocessing and any solid waste derived
from the liquid, that contains a combination
of transuranic waste and fission products in
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