Choosing a New Organization for Management and Disposition of Commercial and Defense High-Level Radioactive Materials
Finding ways to safely store and ultimately dispose of nuclear waste remains a matter of considerable debate. This volume describes the steps needed to design a new, single-purpose organization to manage and dispose of commercial and defense high-level radioactive materials and examines three models for such an organization—federal government corporation, federally chartered private corporation, and independent government agency.
Subjects: Business, History, Political Science
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