WATER POLYUTANTS - RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

  • Filip Jovanovski
  • Ana Naumoska
  • Blagica Cekova
Keywords: semantic ionizing rays, radioactive waste, nuclear reactor

Abstract

Radioactive hazardous solid waste occurs with the use of radioisotopes in medical centers and industry, and there are certain amounts of radioactive lightning rods in our country, but more specific knowledge about the quantities of this waste is not known. There are no official collection systems for radioactive waste and there are no disposal facilities. Radioactive waste is small and consists of radioactive materials, usually subject to several legal provisions such as: collection, disposal and finally disposal of radioactive materials in human environment, regulations for the circulation and use of radioactive materials through a certain limit, X-ray devices and other devices that generate ionizing rays and protective measures from these rays. Priorities regarding radioactive waste management are: development of capacity for permanent storage of low and intermediate level radioactive emissions sources in accordance with the existing legal provisions for control and management of radioactive emissions and exposure of the public to them. This paper will describe in detail the radioactivity, radioactive waste, the increase in water temperature as a result of the use of nuclear reactors, the impact of nuclear reactors on water, as well as the way of storing and delaying radioactive waste, as well as the negative consequences caused by the radioactive waste.

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Published
2019-03-20
How to Cite
Jovanovski, F., Naumoska, A., & Cekova, B. (2019). WATER POLYUTANTS - RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES. Knowledge International Journal, 30(3), 587 - 593. https://doi.org/10.35120/kij3003587j