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Glaubwürdig: Frankreich setzt auf die Rückholbarkeit seiner hochaktiven Abfälle Eine Studienreise ins Felslabor der Andra in Bure (Dépt. Meuse / Haute-Marne)

„Réversibilité“ lautet die oberste Maxime für die nukleare Entsorgung in Frankreich. Und in der Schweiz? Die Nagra im Erklärungsnotstand Von André Lambert   Cette contribution sera également publiée en Français et en Anglais This contribution will also be published in French and English Der Bözberg im Kanton Aargau ist von der Nagra unter dem Decknamen […]

Radioactive waste management in Switzerland: A step forward, a step backward

Landslide in evaporitic rocks of Val Canaria (Ticino): at this place Nagra planned  in the 1970-ies an exploration tunnel for a final deposit for low level nuclear waste Radioactive waste management in Switzerland: A step forward, a step backward Walter Wildi and Marcos BUSER (Former President and member of the EKRA 1999 – 2002) Forty-nine […]

„Closure measures in crisis situations“ – an analysis of the expert report Basler & Hofmann 2018 (on behalf of the supervisory authorities)

Marcos Buser and Walter Wildi 1.About the framework of the expert report During the last two decades, some important developments in the management of radioactive waste have been initiated. On the one hand, the example of Switzerland shows that fundamental adjustments to the concepts for deep geological disposal of waste were urgently needed and that […]

Repositories for low and intermediate level radioactive waste in Sweden and Finland: a travel report

Cover photo: Rock, water and moss; a taste of final disposal? Former research gallery and today’s exhibition area at the Olkiluoto site. Repositories for low and intermediate level radioactive waste in Sweden and Finland: a travel report By Marcos Buser Between 20 and 28 May 2019, the author attended various workshops on society’s handling of […]