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Exposure scenarios that are generally applicable at any disposal site). Each of these issues is addressed in presenting NCRP’s recommendations on classification of hazardous waste in the following section. 1, a simple method of evaluating risks to the public posed by radionuclides and hazardous chemicals in waste is needed. The term ‘‘risk’’ generally refers to the probability of harm, combined with the potential severity of that harm. In the context of hazardous waste disposal, risk is the probability of a response in an individual or the frequency of a response in a population taking into 30 / 1.
Contrary to the common meaning of ‘‘low-level’’ and the meaning of this term when this waste class was first defined, low-level waste can contain high concentrations of shorter-lived and longer-lived radionuclides similar to those in high-level waste, as well as relatively low concentrations of any radionuclide. Thus, the definition of low-level waste is not related to its radiological properties or to requirements for safe management and disposal. The definition only by exclusion also may foster mistrust by the public because the simple question of what lowlevel waste is cannot be given a direct answer.
The measure of risk (health-effect endpoint) calculated in risk assessments often differs for radionuclides and chemical carcinogens. Fatalities is the measure of risk most often used for radionuclides, but cancer incidence is generally used for chemical carcinogens. The approach to estimating health risks differs for radionuclides and hazardous chemicals in regard to the degree of conservatism incorporated in the assumed probabilities of an adverse health effect per unit dose and the number of organs at risk that are taken into account.