STP276

    Disposal of Industrial Radioactive Waste Waters at Hanford

    Published: Jan 1960


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    Abstract

    In the fifteen years since the fission process began generating highly radioactive isotopes in large quantities, many methods have been utilized for radioactive waste disposal. In this same interval greater quantities of radioactive wastes have been generated and disposed to the environment or stored in interim containers at Hanford than at any other atomic installation. This experience will be discussed with the objectives of pointing out the present state of our knowledge and practice, and of indicating probable future trends.


    Author Information:

    Schwendiman, LC
    Chemical Efmluents Technology, Chemical Research and Development Operation, Hanford Laboratories Operation, General Eleetrie Co., Richland, Wash.

    Brown, RE
    Chemical Efmluents Technology, Chemical Research and Development Operation, Hanford Laboratories Operation, General Eleetrie Co., Richland, Wash.

    Honstead, JF
    Chemical Efmluents Technology, Chemical Research and Development Operation, Hanford Laboratories Operation, General Eleetrie Co., Richland, Wash.

    Linderoth, CE
    Chemical Efmluents Technology, Chemical Research and Development Operation, Hanford Laboratories Operation, General Eleetrie Co., Richland, Wash.

    Pearce, DW
    Chemical Efmluents Technology, Chemical Research and Development Operation, Hanford Laboratories Operation, General Eleetrie Co., Richland, Wash.


    Paper ID: STP39602S

    Committee/Subcommittee: E10.03

    DOI: 10.1520/STP39602S


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