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Nuclear Waste News - Biweekly Reporting on Global Developments Affecting the Nuclear Waste Industry

  • ID: 3508532
  • Newsletter
  • January 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 8 Pages
  • Nuclear Waste News
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In the Time it Takes You to Read this Sentence, a New Development in Nuclear Waste May Take Place

Biweekly reporting on global developments affecting the nuclear waste industry. Nuclear Waste News covers repository issues, NRC and IAEA regulatory developments, government actions worldwide, business news, and other topics affecting the storage, treatment, management, and transport of radioactive waste.

In the time it takes you to read this sentence, a new development in nuclear waste may take place.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission may release a new set of regulations. New moves may be made regarding WIPP, or Yucca Mountain. Changes may take place internationally, or at the state level. Or a new business deal or technological breakthrough could be announced.

Yet you may not learn about any of this.

There’s simply too much happening on this fast-changing field to rely on quarterly journals, web-surfing, or the grapevine for the news you need. You owe it to your organization (and your career) to get concise, frequent updates on every facet of nuclear waste management field.

And that’s why this newsletter is published, a 100% independent voice on nuclear waste issues.

Nuclear Waste News is a unique newsletter focusing exclusively on nuclear waste topics. Each 8-page issue keeps you informed on what’s happening - and what’s going to happen - in the following:

  • Nuclear waste generation
  • Packaging
  • Transport
  • Processing
  • Disposal

Nuclear Waste News accepts no advertising, government funding, or association dues. The only mission is: to keep you up to speed - and even a step ahead - on the latest developments in the industry.

Nuclear Waste News is published twenty-four times a year. And has been keeping your colleagues (and competitors) informed since 1980 - in areas such as:

  • Regulation - Whether it’s about how nuclear waste is being stored, transported, or remediated, we’ll keep you informed on moves by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Energy Department, Transportation Department, or anywhere news is taking place that impacts your work
  • Legislation and Litigation - Nuclear Waste News will continue to track any new laws regarding the nuclear waste industry, including the fate of Yucca Mountain, the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, or anything else proposed in Congress. We’ll also keep an eye on any federal or state court decisions in the field for you
  • State News - Whether it’s new legislation or regulation in a state where you operate, or in a bellwether state that may influence developments nationwide, we’ll report on it - and let you know how it may impact your operations
  • International News - From the continued repercussions of the Fukushima disaster to the latest from Europe, Canada, Asia, and Australia, trust to digest news from around the world for you
  • Business and Technology News - Do you know what’s happening in waste remediation and transport technology? Do you know what regions actually want nuclear waste repositories?
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Sample Table of Contents:

United States:

1. DOE and New Mexico Finalize $74 Million in Settlement Agreements for 2014 Incidents
2. Operations at WIPP Could begin by End of 2016 per DOE Plan
3. St. Louis Residents Frustrated with Planned Barrier Between Fire, Nuclear Waste Dump
4. DOE Looks to Implement 'Consent-Based' Approach to Hazardous Waste Disposal
5. Leahy: New Efforts for Nuclear Waste Site Offers no Quick Solution
6. Battled Chosen to Test Storing Radioactive Waste Underground


7. Japan Studying Disposal of Highly Radioactive Waste under Seabed
8. Thousands Say 'No' to Nuclear Waste Storage near Canada's Great Lakes
9. Nuclear Waste Plant Consultations Underway in Queensland's Southern Downs
10. German Nuclear Waste Committee Chairman Criticizes Swedish Waste Site
11. Deadly Landslide at Planned French Nuclear Waste Site
12. Dimona, Israel Reportedly Looking for Nuclear Waste Burial Sites

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