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Solid waste indicators in m³

Summary :

Radioactive waste is classified into different categories in accordance with regulations in specific countries depending on its nature, level of radioactivity and the lifespan of the radionuclides it contains.

Detailled description:

The Group operates nuclear power plants in four countries: France, the United Kingdom, the United States and, more recently, China. Radioactive waste indicators for 2017 to 2019 are presented by country in the table “Summary of indicators” at the end of this document. China is not shown as commercial activity started there in 2018 and did not therefore produce any waste.

SOLID RADIOACTIVE WASTE INDICATORS – GROUP IN FRANCE

    Decommissioning radioactive and industrial waste
  • Very Low Level radioactive Waste (VLLW)
  • Low and Intermediate Level radioactive Waste (LLW and ILW)
    Radioactive waste from operations
  • Very Low Level solid radioactive Waste
  • Short Lived Low and Intermediate Level solid radioactive Waste
  • Long-Lived High and Intermediate Level solid radioactive Waste

SOLID RADIOACTIVE WASTE INDICATORS – GROUP IN THE UK

    Radioactive waste from operations
  • Transported Low Level radioactive Waste
  • Generated Intermediate Level radioactive Waste

SOLID RADIOACTIVE WASTE INDICATORS – FRAMATOME IN BELGIUM AND THE USA

    Decommissioning radioactive and industrial waste
  • Class A radioactive waste – USA
  • Class A radioactive waste – Belgium

source : Universal registration document 2019 - page 180

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