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Nuclear Cleanup: Completion of Standards and Effectiveness of Land Use Planning Are Uncertain
During 50 years of nuclear weapons production, the

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By Victor S. Rezendes (au)
Year: 1994
Pages: 29
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1428989196

During 50 years of nuclear weapons production, the U.S. has generated large volumes of radioactive wastes that have resulted in the contamination of soil, groundwater, & surface water. As a result, (in 1994) DoE faces a massive, complex, & costly cleanup effort. The U.S. will decide on methods to be used for environ. remediation at various sites. This report reviews progress in determining cleanup standards & land uses. It determines: how cleanup levels are currently determined for sites; the status & likelihood of success of efforts to develop cleanup standards for radionuclides; the status of land use planning efforts; & what hurdles would need to be overcome if land use planning were to be effectively implemented. Charts & tables.

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