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[en] The Japanese nuclear supply industry is described. Although a wide range of nuclear components have been exported by Japanese companies, the nuclear industry has yet to achieve the long-term goal of exporting a complete nuclear plant. Among the reasons cited for this are below par station performance, limited availability of nuclear fuel, an incomplete fuel cycle, proliferation sensitivities and the relatively high cost of Japanese nuclear stations. (U.K.)
[en] This paper refers to the legal framework for radioactive waste disposal in Japan: the 1957 Law for the Regulation of Nuclear Source Materials, Nuclear Fuel Materials and Nuclear Reactors as amended. It also describes the options selected for disposal of the different forms of waste (high and low level) and the related licensing procedures (NEA)
[fr]Cette communication se refere au cadre juridique relatif a l'evacuation des dechets radioactifs au Japon, notamment la Loi de 1957 sur la reglementation des matieres brutes, des combustibles nucleaires et des reacteurs, amendee. Elle decrit egalement les methodes choisies pour l'evacuation des differentes formes de dechets (de haute et de faible activite) ainsi que les procedures d'autorisation concernees
[en] It is discussed the issue of radioactive contamination of Japanese soils which is the result of nuclear accident at the ''Fukushima-1'' and possible methods of their rehabilitation. (authors)
[en] Summary: • Overview of HRDC and IRRS was introduced. • The new qualification and training system was explained focusing on Basic level. • NRA has been developing the system and will continue to make efforts for its further improvement.