"Low-Level Radioactive Wastes: Emotions, Expenses, and Regulations"
Author: Allen, Ralph O. and James R. Gilchrist
Published In: Case Studies in Environmental Health and Safety
Describes management practices for low-level radioactive wastes, using the University of Virginia, which includes a medical school, a teaching hospital, and an engineering school, as an example. Divides low-level waste by biological materials, liquid scintillation counting wastes, organic liquies, aqueous liquids, and dry solids and discusses disposal methods, including collection, transportation, and sorting and storage.
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