Radioactive Waste: Politics and Technology

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Index

a
AB Atomenergi 97-9
absolute safety 107 , 111 , 114-15 , 144
Advanced Gas-cooled Reactor (AGR) 11 , 180
Ahaus:
spent fuel store 66 , 68
Aka committee 101-3
Albrecht, Ernest 63-5 , 70 , 71 , 74 , 79 , 81
as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA) 16 , 129 , 143 , 172 , 220-1
Asea 98-9
Asse:
mine 69-70 ;
closure 69 , 85 ;
and Konrad 85
Atom committee (Sweden) 96-7
Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) 136 , 138 , 140-5 , 151-3 , 154 , 160 , 164 , 166 , 173 , 219
Atomic Law (FRG) 48-51 , 61-3 , 216-17
Atomic Law (Sweden) 95 , 98 , 213
Atomkommission (FRG) 53 , 55 , 198
Atomministerium (FRG) 51

b
Barsebäck 106 , 107 , 108 , 109 , 121
Benningsen-Förder, Rudolf von 88
best practicable environmental option (BPEO) 155 , 176
best practicable means (BPM) 135
Billingham 3 , 173 , 176
BMFT (Federal Ministry of Research and Technology, FRG) 48 , 56-7 , 59
Borosilicate glass 152
boundary of control 35-44 , 111-12 , 114 , 117 , 122 , 123 , 153 , 154 , 190 , 193 , 205 , 207 , 226-7 ;
state capacity to set 42-4 , 190-204
British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) 135 , 144-50 , 153 , 154 , 167 , 168-73 , 179-80 , 219 , 221 ;
prosecution 171
Bryneilsson report 141

c
Calder Hall 137
Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) 135 , 144 , 165 , 174 , 177 , 179-81 , 201 , 219
civil unrest 81 , 162
CLAB spent fuel store 111 , 119 , 120
Cogema:
German contracts 65 , 87-8 ;
Swedish contracts 107-8 , 113 , 114 , 126
Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (CEA) 153

d
demonstration:
of safety 29-30 , 39-40 , 128 , 226
Department of the Environment (DoE, UK) 134 , 136 , 154-6 , 163 , 172 , 176 , 177 , 182 , 203 , 219-22
direct disposal of spent fuel:
economics of 80 ;
FRG 79-80 ;
Sweden 120 , 123-6
discharges:
radioactive, Sellafield/Windscale 140 , 146 , 148 , 168-73 ;
alpha 148 , 149 , 188
dose limitation 16-18 , 134 ,
Douglas, Mary 34-5
Drigg 37 , 138 , 160 , 163 , 175 , 177
Dunster, John 220
Duphorn, Prof. Klaus 83-4
DWK 64 , 65 , 66 , 74-5 , 86-7 , 198
dynamism:
in radwaste policy 133 , 190-1 , 203-4

e
electric utilities:
back-end strategy, FRG 58-60 , 66-68 , 75-8 , 86-8 ;
backend strategy, Sweden 110-11 , 120-1 ;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Epigraph vi
  • Contents vii
  • Figures and Tables ix
  • Chapter One - Managing Radioactivity 1
  • Chapter Two - Time and the Boundary of Control 21
  • Chapter Three - The Federal Republic of Germany 47
  • Chapter Four - Sweden 93
  • Chapter Five - The United Kingdom 132
  • Chapter Six - Industry, Regulation and the State: Historical Themes 190
  • Chapter Seven - The Construction of Consent 205
  • Chapter Eight - Conclusions 225
  • Appendix I 231
  • Appendix II 234
  • Bibliography 239
  • Index 253
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