Geopolymeric concretes For Environmental Protection
Joseph Davidovits, Douglas C. Comrie, John H. Paterson, Douglas J. Ritcey
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When nuclear plants began to be constructed on an international scale, industry planners assumed that by the time the reactors reached the end of their service lives (25 to 30 years) the technology would exist to render them environmentally safe by disassembly or entombment. The service lives of a number of these reactors are almost spent, but there is still considerable debate about the selection of a suit-able entombment technology.