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Introduction
1. Summary, Conclusions and Points for attention
Summary and conclusions  for each country
Points for attention derived from a country-by-country comparison
2. Belgium
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- Research laboratory at Mol
 8- Low-level waste and partnership
     8.1- From above.....
     8.2- ...trough military intermezzo..
     8.3- ...towards partnership?
 9- Summary
 10- Conclusions
3. Canada
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- The nuclear Fuel Waste Management and Disposal Concept Environmental Assessment Panel
     7.1- History disposal concept
     7.2- Procedure
     7.3- Final report
     7.4- Future steps
     7.5- Government response
 8- Summary
 9- Conclusions
4. France
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- The siting of underground laboratories
    7.1- History
    7.2- The Nuclear Waste Law of 1991
    7.3- Bataille's mission
    7.4- Four candidate sites selected
    7.5- Government decision
 8- Summary
 9- Conclusions
5. Germany
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- Disposal in Gorleben
 8- Energy consensus talks
 9- Summary
 10- Conclusions
6. Spain
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- Spain's waste policy
 8- Summary
 9- Conclusions
7. Sweden
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- KBS-3 disposal concept
 8- Siting and voluntariness
 9- The National Co-ordinator for Nuclear Waste Disposal
 10- Summary
 11- Conclusions
8. Switzerland
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- Wellenberg
 8- Energie-Dialogue Entsorgung
     8.1- Background and procedure
     8.2- The obstacle of nuclear energy
     8.3- Future generations and retrievable storage
 9- Summary
 10- Conclusions
9. United Kingdom
 Key Facts & Introduction
 1- Nuclear power program
 2- Producers of radioactive waste
 3- Categories of radioactive waste
 4- Amounts of radioactive waste
 5- Where is it stored?
 6- Responsibilities
 7- History of waste polisy
 8- Sellafield Rock Characterisation Facility
 9- House of Lords Selective Commitee on Science and Technology
 10 Consensus conference
 11- Summary
 12- Conclusions