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Strategic cooperation sets the scene for geological disposal of nuclear waste in Europe
Date:2/19/2010

sitory behaviour in the very long term,
  • understanding when knowledge is sufficient for well founded decision-making,
  • how to transfer the results of RD&D activities into proven and reliable technologies, and
  • aspects related to operational safety of repositories.

    It will be a major challenge by an implementer to produce a safety case and license application for a deep geological repository, and a major challenge by a regulator to review such an application. The work within IGD-TP will greatly facilitate these tasks, and over the next few months the platform will be developing its all-important Strategic Research Agenda and Deployment Strategy More information


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  • Contact: Elena Gonzlez Verdesoto
    Elena.gonzalez-verdesoto@ec.europa.eu
    32-498-986-482
    European Commission Joint Research Centre
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