Research and analysis

Chemical discharges from nuclear power stations; historic releases and implications for Best Available Techniques (BAT)

This report presents the findings of a survey of non-radioactive chemical discharges from nuclear power stations in the UK, USA, France, and Germany.

Documents

Chemical discharges from nuclear power stations; historic releases and implications for Best Available Techniques (BAT)

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Chemical discharges from nuclear power stations; historic releases and implications for Best Available Techniques (BAT). Annex (Summary of data for t

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Details

This project summarises the non-radioactive chemicals used at a nuclear power station, considers Best Available Techniques (BAT) for controlling discharges and compares the discharges to those from fossil-fuel power stations.

Published 1 September 2011