Multi Criteria Decision Analysis Support for Nuclear Waste Management | Abstract
Journal of Pollution Effects & Control

Journal of Pollution Effects & Control
Open Access

ISSN: 2375-4397


Multi Criteria Decision Analysis Support for Nuclear Waste Management

Pavan Kumar Singh*, Durgesh Wadhwa and Gurjot Singh

Nuclear waste management includes reducing all types of radioactive waste, categorising it, and identifying acceptable disposal procedures in accordance with Best Available Techniques (BAT). The impact of dangerous materials like chemicals, plastics etc. on plant and animals life is the world's major worries when it comes to nuclear waste disposal. Screening, prioritising, rating, or selecting alternatives based on human perception in terms of multiple, often competing criteria is part of the MCDA (Multi Criteria Decision Analysis). The paper offers a hierarchy of objectives, indicators, value ratios, weights, and a judge able aggregation process for evaluating the performance of various waste management strategies. Furthermore, analyzed in different sections of paper and focused to the decision-supporting process, context, in particular problem structuring, objective hierarchy, measure modelling, robustness analysing, and result interpretation. The purpose of this paper is to show how the MCDA may be used to assist a decision on atomic waste management regulations in a less newcomer nation that is considering nuclear technology in the future.

Published Date: 2022-04-07; Received Date: 2022-03-07