"Radioactive Waste Management at the University of Rochester"
Author: Gregory, Winborn
Published In: Case Studies in Environmental Health and Safety
Outlines the current practices in waste disposal at the University of Rochester, the foundation of which is waste segregation at the source of generation. Discusses the major categories of radioactive waste (animal carcasses or tissues, short half-life, liquid, and solid waste) and the best disposal method of each. Covers incineration, compaction, and collection containers.
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