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1 RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT (PART 3) A RAHMAN RWE NUKEM Ltd (UK)
2 Current Conditioning Processes LLW Immobilisation Cementation Polymerisation Bituminisation ILW Immobilisation Cementation Polymerisation Calcination Encapsulation
3 Current Conditioning Processes HLW Encapsulation Vitrification Glass Synroc
4 Fuel Handling Plant at Sellafield
5 Swarf from Magnox fuel elements
6 Operations within the cell supervised through the viewing port and TV monitor
7 In-Cell Drum Transporter (ICDT)
8 Encapsulated Product Store
9 Dounreay Cementation Plant Lime hopper filling operation
11 Cemented waste product in a 500 litre Drum Drum Filing Port Filter RF Level Detector Sacrificial Paddle Inspection Port Capping Grout SS 500 litre Drum Immobilised Raffinate
12 DCP Inactive grout capping station
13 Cemented drums in the handling cell
14 DCP Building Cement Hopper Dry mix receiving Hopper & Stirrer Assembly Mixing Cell Clean Drum entry Chemical Cell Vault Store Transfer Port Vault Store
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1 GOOD MANUFACTURING PRACTICES 2214 Steven C Seideman Extension Food Processing Specialist Cooperative Extension Service University of Arkansas.
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