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Fusion reactors would give rise to radioactive waste,
largely through structural materials becoming ‘activated’
(see box on left) or contaminated with radioactive tritium.
These materials would constitute waste when removed
from the reactor (at the end of the component or the
plant’s lifetime). The type and amount of waste will affect
both the economic viability and public acceptance of
future plants. Current studies indicate that if suitable
materials were developed, the radioactivity of waste from
a fusion reactor would decay faster than waste from
today’s fission reactors. It would therefore be less
hazardous, in the long term. However, the total volume
of waste from fusion would be comparable with fission,
and a fraction of it could require long term management.
The nature and volume of this waste would depend on
the materials used, the reactor design and the waste
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