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What's in a name: Redefining High-level Waste

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20-05-009February 2020March 2021
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Author(s) McFadden, Daina
Description One page description on the proposal to redefine high-level waste
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Keywords Nuclear Waste Program, tanks, tank waste, underground storage tank, vitrification, radioactive waste, nuclear waste, Hanford, high-level waste