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Managing LLRW from decommissioning of nuclear facilities

R. E. Donders

Managing LLRW from decommissioning of nuclear facilities

a Canadian perspective

by R. E. Donders

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Published by Chalk River Laboratories in Chalk River, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear facilities -- Canada -- Decommissioning.,
  • Radioactive waste disposal -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.E. Donders, D.G. Hardy and P.L. De.
    SeriesAECL research (Series) -- 11065
    ContributionsHardy, D. G., De, P. L., International Decontamination and Decommissioning Symposium (1994 : Knoxville, Tenn.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD812.4.C2 D65 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17101286M
    ISBN 100660157489
    OCLC/WorldCa35532713

    The papers are grouped under general topics that include programmatic and regulatory issues, international approaches to waste management, alternate waste forms, transportation of radioactive wastes, waste isolation, low-level waste, volume reduction and solidification, mill tailings and decommissioning of nuclear facilities, and others. radioactive waste management and decommissioning, and on general issues that are relevant to all of the above mentioned areas. The structure of the IAEA Nuclear Energy Series comprises three levels: 1 — Basic Principles and Objectives; 2 — Guides; and 3 — Reports. The Nuclear Energy Basic Principles publication describes the rationale.

    Get this from a library! Management of problematic waste and material generated during the decommissioning of nuclear facilities.. [International Atomic Energy Agency.;] -- Decommissioning of old nuclear facilities may introduce several problems associated with management of some specific materials and waste with not only a radioactive nature but also with chemical.   7. Nuclear Decommissioning Services Market Analysis - By Reactor Type Overview Nuclear Decommissioning Services Market Breakdown, by Reactor Type, & Pressurized Water Reactor.

    The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) has a regulatory framework for radioactive waste management and the decommissioning of nuclear facilities. This framework consists of regulatory requirements and guidance set out in legislation, regulations, regulatory documents, standards and policies. It sets out requirements and guidance for. @article{osti_, title = {ONDRAF/NIRAS and high-level radioactive waste management in Belgium}, author = {Decamps, F}, abstractNote = {The National Agency for Radioactive Waste and Enriched Fissile Materials, ONDRAF/NIRAS, is a public body with legal personality in charge of managing all radioactive waste on Belgian territory, regardless of its origin and source.


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INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Managing the Socioeconomic Impact of the Decommissioning of Nuclear Facilities, Technical Reports Series No.IAEA, Vienna (). Download to: EdNote BibTeX *use BibTeX for Zotero. Decommissioning of a nuclear reactor requires specific engineering, licensing and project management skills.

After a description of the main steps that constitute the decommissioning of a nuclear power plant, this chapter details the main issues that must be considered for safe and efficient delivery of the project.

Report on Waste Burial Charges: Changes in Decommissioning Waste Disposal Costs at Low-Level Waste Burial Facilities (NUREG). INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Managing the Unexpected in Decommissioning, Nuclear Energy Series No.

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It is intended to help in facilitating proper and systematic planning, and safe, timely and cost effective implementation of all decommissioning activities.

This publication establishes requirements for the safe decommissioning of a broad range of facilities: nuclear power plants, research reactors, nuclear fuel cycle facilities, facilities for processing naturally occurring radioactive material, former military sites, and relevant medical, industrial and research facilities.

Description. The international project on evaluation and demonstration of safety during decommissioning of facilities using radioactive material (DeSa), launched by the IAEA inhelps to ensure that specific guidance on the safety assessment in the context of the decommissioning of nuclear facilities is provided.

This book critically reviews the nuclear decommissioning processes and technologies applicable to nuclear power plants and other civilian nuclear facilities. Part one focuses on the fundamental planning issues in starting a nuclear decommissioning process, from principles and safety regulations, to financing and project management.

A Decommissioning completions and partial completions at US PWRs 88 A Dates of decommissioning activities at four US plants 91 A Cumulative radioactive waste to be shipped from SONGS 1 93 A Low-level radioactive waste disposal costs at SONGS 1 93 A Cost estimate for remaining SONGS 1 decommissioning work 94 A Nuclear decommissioning work must be carried out to the highest possible standards to protect workers, the general public and the environment.

This book describes the techniques used for dismantling redundant nuclear facilities, the safe storage of radioactive wastes and the restoration of nuclear licensed sites.

Document Collections. This page is a list of index pages for document collections that are available in full text on this Web site.

More NRC public documents are available by using the Agencywide Documents Access and Management System (ADAMS).

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[M Laraia; P J McIntyre; International Atomic Energy Agency.;] -- This report discusses the identification and management of the socioeconomic consequences of final shutdown and decommissioning of a nuclear facility, as they may affect the facility workforce and.

Introduction. During the decommissioning of a nuclear facility, significant quantities of a variety of materials need to be handled before further waste treatment procedures, e.g. reuse, decontamination, recycling, clearance (declassification or unconditional release of material) or disposal of radioactive or conventional waste.

Decontamination and Decommissioning of Fuel Cycle and Research Facilities (Part I).- Decommissioning of Commercial Shallow-Land Burial Sites.- Soil Decontamination at Rocky Flats.- Analysis of Soil Samples from OMRE Decommissioning Project.- Low-Level Radioactive Waste from Rare Metals Processing Facilities Low-level radioactive waste Materials below clearance level Approx.

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According to the World Nuclear Industry Status Report (WNISR), during the mid, nuclear reactors have been decommissioned, and approximately 70% of the world's nuclear reactors. Decommissioning of nuclear facilities: decontamination, disassembly and waste management: report of a technical committee meeting on techniques for decontamination and decommissioning of nuclear facilities and the management of waste from decontamination and decommissioning activities organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency and held in .Nuclear decommissioning is the process whereby a nuclear facility is dismantled to the point that it no longer requires measures for radiation protection.

The presence of radioactive material necessitates processes that are potentially occupationally hazardous, expensive, time-intensive, and present environmental risks that must be addressed to ensure radioactive materials are either.