Phosphate ceramic process for macroencapsulation and stabilization of low-level debris wastes

@inproceedings{Singh1998PhosphateCP,
  title={Phosphate ceramic process for macroencapsulation and stabilization of low-level debris wastes},
  author={Dileep Singh and Arun S. Wagh and Marcin Tlustochowicz and Su Yeong Jeong},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract Across the DOE complex, large quantities of contaminated debris and irradiated lead bricks have been accumulated for disposal. Under the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Alternative Treatment Standards, the preferred method of disposal of these wastes is macroencapsulation. Chemically bonded phosphate ceramic (CBPC) is a novel binder that was developed at Argonne National Laboratory to stabilize and solidify various low-level mixed wastes. This binder is extremely strong, dense… CONTINUE READING

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