Nuclear waste is divided into low, medium, and high‐level waste by the amount of radiological character it contains. Low and Intermediate Level Nuclear waste is the radioactive waste resulting from nuclear facility consumables, clothing, laboratory equipment etc. This waste can adversely affect human health and the environment and therefore must be handled appropriately. Typically, the waste is kept underwater for 3-5 years until the radiation decays to levels that can be shielded by concrete in large storage casks, where it can be held for thousands of years. A challenge for the nuclear industry is the cost associated with conditioning, packaging and storage of these heterogeneous wastes. Therefore, a solution that can decrease the volume of nuclear waste, and reduce the amount of storage required, is considered a commercially advantageous option.
By Tetronics (International) Limited based in Swindon, UNITED KINGDOM.
An interesting variant of hard disk shredding consists of the secure data destruction h5 which complies with the DIN 66399-2 requirements. Safe destruction makes it impossible to trace any data contained in hard disks, or similar data storage products, once the storage media has been destroyed. There are many international regulations concerning the safe destruction of documents. They set different destruction methods and levels of security to the required class of protection. This information can be found in our article, which is available by clicking here.
By SatrindTech Srl based in Arluno, ITALY.
The effluents that accrue in the cleaning process of silo vehicles and containers for transportation of raw materials for the chemical industry, are highly complex and constantly changing in the composition of wastewater. Flocculation as the prior art of treatment for chemical waste water can not remove many of the completely dissolved invisible substances. Thus, the residual stresses are evident despite high claritv of the `Treated effluent` is often well above the levels witch are applicable for wastewater in domestic environments.
By Weidner Ireland Ltd based in IRELAND.
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