Dublin, January 27, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — “Radioactive Waste Management: Global Market” report added of ResearchAndMarkets.com Recruitment.
Global Market Research for Radioactive Waste Management Technologies and Services provides a global perspective on technologies and their applications. Market forecasts have been conducted for four regional segments.
This report provides a better understanding of treatment technology trends and impacts in radioactive waste management, providing business planners, investors, and managers with an understanding of how the market is driven by new technology opportunities and social and economic factors. indicates whether or not it is affected by
Over the last 60 years, there have been various nuclear activities. Military uses were the most common initially, followed by more peaceful uses such as the production of nuclear energy, nuclear materials for diagnosis and treatment of disease, radioactive materials in industry, and research. Nuclear activity, regardless of activity, produces radioactive waste.
Accumulation of radioactive materials and the resulting waste can be viewed as a burden on present and future human societies as they require continuous monitoring, control and disposal. Knowing the amount and type of such radioactive waste inventories helps assess relative loads.
There are two basic approaches to radioactive waste management. Radioactive material must be released or released into the environment or confined and isolated from the biosphere until harmful radionuclides decay to harmless concentrations.
Radioactive releases to the environment generally occur as liquid or gaseous emissions (effluent) from nuclear facilities. The amount of radioactivity that can be released is based on permissible exposures to population groups and is governed by national regulations and guidelines, usually based on the recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection.
There are very few instances where radioactive effluent from a nuclear facility can be released without some sort of control or treatment to remove excess radioactivity. Most of the radioactive waste generated from the operation of nuclear fuel cycle facilities requires processing to concentrate the radioactive elements into smaller volumes where they can be more conveniently handled, thereby releasing or releasing most of the processed material. can be disposed of.
Based on technology, the market for radioactive waste management market comprises transportation and disposal services, physical treatment, containment and storage, chemical treatment, decontamination and decommissioning, thermal destruction, stabilization and encapsulation, size reduction, and remediation. divided into technologies.
Chemical treatment, decontamination and decommissioning, thermal destruction, and stabilization and encapsulation technologies rank 4th, 5th, and 6th respectively in the radioactive waste market based on established technologies used and energy saving benefits. , and accounted for the seventh largest share. they can provide.
The report also includes another section highlighting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the radioactive waste management market at the global level. This section covers the pandemic disruptions in nuclear power plants and examines the strategic investments made by governments to boost the growth of the global market.
another section of Russia–Ukraine It also includes war. In this section Russia–Ukraine Fighting the radioactive waste management market.
Market size and estimates are provided in value ($ millions) based on market projections from 2022 to 2027 with a base year of 2021. Regional-level market size for the technology segment covers all four regions. In addition, regional data on radioactive waste production are provided along with projections up to 2027. Impact of COVID-19 and Russia–Ukraine Warfare is factored into market size estimates.
What is included in the report
91 data tables and 37 additional tables
A comprehensive overview and up-to-date analysis of the global market for radioactive waste management technologies and services
Discussion of the industry growth drivers and restraints shaping the market for radioactive waste management as a basis for forecasting demand in the coming years (2022-2027)
To estimate the actual market size and revenue forecast of the global radioactive waste management market in million USD value with corresponding market share analysis by technology and region type
COVID-19 impact highlights and Russia–Ukraine Market wars in radioactive waste management at the global level
A technology assessment of the key drivers, constraints, and opportunities shaping the market for radioactive waste management production and technologies during the forecast period
A review of the amount, type, and source of hazardous waste by region, and current and potential technologies for radioactive waste management
Analysis of market and economic opportunities for current industry participants and new entrants
Related patent analysis using data corresponding to the number of US patents related to radioactive waste management technology
Updates on recent industry acquisitions, partnerships, agreements, collaborations and other strategic alliances in the global radioactive waste management market
Descriptive company profiles of key global market players, including:
Chapter 1; Introduction
Chapter 2. Summary and Highlights
Chapter 3 Market Overview
3.1 Overview of radioactive waste
3.1.1 Definition of radioactive waste
3.1.2 U.S. Atomic Energy Law
3.1.3 Management of radioactive waste issues
3.1.4 Risk assessment for radioactive waste
3.2 Management of waste of funds
3.3 Regulatory framework for radioactive waste
3.3.1 International Atomic Energy Agency
3.3.2 Other international regulatory frameworks
3.3.3 US Nuclear Waste Policy Act
3.4 Types of radioactive waste
3.4.1 Highly radioactive radioactive waste
3.4.2 Transuranium waste
3.4.3 Low- and medium-level radioactive waste
3.4.4 Radioactive waste from uranium plants
3.4.5 Mixed radioactive waste
3.4.6 Disposal of radioactive waste
3.5 Radioactive waste management: collection, treatment and disposal techniques
3.5.1 Physiotherapy techniques
3.5.2 Chemical treatment technology
3.5.3 Heat treatment technology
3.5.4 Containment and storage treatment techniques
3.5.5 Miniaturization technology
3.5.6 Repair technology
3.5.7 Stabilization/encapsulation techniques
3.5.8 Decommissioning technology
3.6 Risks associated with radioactive waste
3.6.1 Radiation risk
3.6.2 Continued release of radionuclides from decommissioned reactors
3.6.3 Radiation risk from operations
Chapter 4 Market Impact of Covid-19 and the Russo-Ukrainian War
4.1 Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic
4.2 Effects of the Russo-Ukrainian War
Chapter 5 Types of Radioactive Waste Production by Region
5.2 Waste types by region
Chapter 6 Market for Radioactive Waste Management Technology
6.2 Global Market Analysis of Radioactive Waste Treatment Technology
6.2.1 Transportation and disposal technology
6.2.2 Physiotherapy techniques
6.2.3 Containment and storage treatment techniques
6.2.4 Chemical processing technology
6.2.5 Decontamination and decommissioning technology
6.2.6 Thermal destruction technology
6.2.7 Stabilization/encapsulation technology
6.2.8 Size reduction processing technology
6.2.9 Restoration techniques
Chapter 7 Regional Markets for Radioactive Waste Management Technologies
Chapter 8 State-of-the-art technology for radioactive waste management
8.2 Cold Crucible Vitrification
8.2.1 Brief description of the technology
8.2.2 Technology Advantages
8.2.3 Limitations or Disincentives of Technology
8.2.4 Types of radioactive waste
8.3 High temperature incineration
8.3.1 Brief description of the technology
8.3.2 Advantages of technology
8.3.3 Limitations or Disincentives of Technology
8.3.4 Types of radioactive waste
8.4 Molten metal technology
8.4.1 Brief description of the technology
8.4.2 Technology Advantages
8.4.3 Limitations or Disincentives of Technology
8.4.4 Applications of Radioactive Waste Type
8.5 Plasma arc melting technology
8.5.1 Brief description of the technology
8.5.2 Limitations or Disincentives of Technology
8.5.3 Applications of Radioactive Waste Type
Chapter 9 Patent Analysis
9.2 Recent Patents for Radioactive Waste Management
Chapter 10 Competitive Environment
10.1 Global Competitive Environment
10.2 Key Market Trends
Chapter 11 Company Profile
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