Membrane assisted liquid extraction (MALE) technologies are gaining an important role as an extraction /separation technique for actinides and are being deployed as a promising
tool for remediation of nuclear waste generated in the reprocessing plant and other radioactive wastes containing a trace level of radionuclides. The present contribution outlines
the classification of membrane assisted liquid extraction techniques, its operating principle, associated transport mechanism and merits and demerits with respect to industrial
applications. Finally, selected applications of MALE techniques (BLM, SLM and ELM) are presented for extraction/separation of actinides and other radiotoxic nuclides from
.different streams of low level and high level radioactive w
CitacióRathore, N., Sastre, A., Pabby, A. Journal of Membrane Science & Research. "Journal of Membrane Science & Research", Gener 2016, vol. 2, núm. 1, p. 2-13.