The ICRP recognizes that there is little or no chance for full environmental or societal recovery after a nuclear disaster; and that living with radioactive contamination will most likely be complicated, arduous, unstable and risky to health.
However, these recommendations are based on the assumption recovery is possible, and living with contamination is a viable choice. It is not.
The recommendations would result in harm to public and environmental health. In addition, these recommendations shift health and recovery responsibilities from industry and government to individuals and communities.