Subject: To what extent are nuclear fuels currently recycled?
Date: Fri Sep 17 13:14:27 1999
Posted by Jeffrey Pelham
Grade level: grad (science)
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Area of science: Environment & Ecology
I have heard various information about this subject; that the US is
restricted from recycling most nuclear material; that France and Japan
recycle 90% or more, etc. I would like to know the truth of the matter,
its effect on the nuclear industry, the origin of the regulations and
where I can get more information (links, books, etc.) Thanks in advance
for your help.
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