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their long-term stability and buffering capacity against destabilising events and processes. These proceedings present the outcomes of a geosphere stability workshop, held in November Geological settings selected as potential host formations for the deep geological disposal of radioactive waste are chosen for, among other assets, their long-term stability and buffering capacity against destabilising events and processes.

These proceedings present the outcomes of a geosphere stability workshop, held in Novemberthat focused on crystalline and other types of hard. Stability and Buffering Capacity of the Geosphere for Long-term Isolation of Radioactive Waste Application to Argillaceous Media - "Clay Club" Workshop Proceedings - Braunschweig, Germany, December Most experts worldwide agree that radioactive waste disposal in engineered facilities, or repositories, located in appropriate formations.

Long term above ground storage. The final choice is store the waste in an engineered facility on the surface of the Earth. Generally, this disposal option is considered temporary or only for low-level radioactive waste.

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Conference: Stability and buffering capacity of the geosphere for long-term isolation of radioactive waste: Application to crystalline rock, At p Cite this publication Allan Hedin. Cov-Stability Buffering 22/02/05 Page 1 Radioactive Waste Management Stability and Buffering Capacity of the Geosphere for Long-term Isolation of Radioactive Waste Application to Argillaceous Media “Clay Club” Workshop Proceedings Braunschweig, Germany December Stability and buffering capacity of the geosphere for long-term isolation of radioactive waste: application to argillaceous media: "Clay Club" Workshop proceedings, Braunschweig, Germany, December / hosted by Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS)mbH, Braunschweig.

In: Stability and Buffering Capacity of the Geosphere for Long-term isolation of radioactive waste. Applications to Argillaceous Media "Clay Club" Workshop Proceedings Braunschweig, Germany DecemberOECD Publishing, pages C onfidence that a geological disposal facility (GDF) for the UK's inventory of higher activity radioactive wastes can be developed is built on the understanding of how the multiple barriers that would be present within a geological disposal system can work together to ensure safety for a wide range of geological environments.

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isolation of the accessible repository from the human environment. Long-term disposal systems, located deep within the geosphere, are designed to be passive. The geosphere is an integral and important part of the high-level radioactive waste management system.

It. The largest volume of radioactive waste, termed 'intermediate level' and comprising of ,m3 (enough to fill four Albert Halls), will be encased in concrete prior. of radioactive waste. Among these is a Safety Guide with general standards for classifying radioactive waste: Classification of Radioactive Waste (Safety Standards Series No.

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FOREWORD Storage is a necessary step in the overall management of radioactive waste. In recent years, mainly because of the unavailability of permanent dis.

Duro, J. Bruno, in Radionuclide Behaviour in the Natural Environment, Introduction. One of the main objectives of the design of radioactive waste repositories is to provide adequate long-term isolation of the waste from the biosphere.

taken now for its safe long-term management. Viable solutions have been developed for long-term radioactive waste management. Many countries have high activity, long-lived radioactive wastes to manage.

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