Nuclear waste

Nuclear waste,

Definition of Nuclear waste:

  1. Radioactive and extremely toxic byproducts of nuclear fuel processing plants, and nuclear medicine and nuclear weapons industries. Nuclear wastes remain radioactive for thousands of years and have to be buried deep on land or at sea in thick concrete or metal (lead and stainless steel) containers.

  2. Radioactive waste material, for example from the use or reprocessing of nuclear fuel.

How to use Nuclear waste in a sentence?

  1. She has no objection to the process as such of discharging nuclear waste; obviously nuclear waste has to be dealt with.
  2. The nuclear waste buildup was dealt with in the best fashion possible as we had a team of scientists working on it.
  3. I did not want them to go to that area because it was known as one of the worlds largest nuclear waste sites and could harm them.
  4. You must be sure to properly dispose of any nuclear waste your factory may create and not pollute the environment.

Meaning of Nuclear waste & Nuclear waste Definition