The aim of the proposed initiative is to address the problem of lack of staff in the nuclear energy sector. According to Lyuben Marinov-executive director of Kozloduy NPP-new capacities "The lack of...
From 5 to 7 February 2019 A meeting of the Parties to the Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context (the Espoo Convention) was held. The meeting also participates with...
Ontario's Global First Power (GFP) has submitted Canada's first small modular reactor (SMR) project license application to build a plant at the Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) Chalk River site,...
The Chinese Ministry of Environment has proceeded to assess the environmental impact of a project to build a small modular reactor ACP100 (SMR) in Changjiang, Hainan, as the construction will...
Nuclear power in scale
A standard 1000 MW water reactor annually generates (directly and indirectly) around 200 – 350 m3 of low and medium radioactive waste. Annually, about 20 m3 (27 tonnes) of spent fuel are generated and this volume decreases to 3 m3 after processing (vitrification)
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Volume of low and medium radioactive waste
Volume of spent nuclear fuel (SNF)
Volume of high-radioactive waste after processing of SNF