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Radiation protection principles for the disposal of solid radioactive waste

International Commission on Radiological Protection.

Radiation protection principles for the disposal of solid radioactive waste

a report of Committee 4 of the International Commission on Radiological Protection.

by International Commission on Radiological Protection.

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radioactive waste disposal.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesICRP publication -- 46, Annals of the ICRP -- v. 15, no. 4, 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22129038M

    Radioactive Waste Disposal: An Environmental Perspective This booklet describes the different categories of waste, discusses disposal practices for each type and describes the way they are regulated. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. Radiation Safety Manual rev September Radiation Safety Office Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) University of Washington Box Seattle WA Phone: () FAX: () Radiation Safety Manual also on EH&S home page: e Size: 2MB.

    Some states have been grappling with the issue of radioactive residual disposal for some time, while others are just beginning to address these waste disposal issues. Relevant state agencies and programs (e.g., drinking water, radiation control, solid waste) will benefit from coordinating with each other to determine appropriate disposal.   Plan approval decision approval decision for the construction and operation of the Konrad mine in Salzgitter as a facility for the disposal of solid or solidified radioactive waste with negligible heat generation of 22 May ; Lower Saxony Ministry of the Environment (). Google ScholarAuthor: Michael Lersow, Peter Waggitt.

    RADIOACTIVITY IN SOLID WASTE Regulations and Guidance for Dealing With Radioactivity in Solid Waste in Pennsylvania David J. Allard, CHP William P. Kirk, Ph.D., CHP DEP/Bureau of Radiation Protection. 1 (Rev. 9/22/00)File Size: 3MB. 1. Liquid radioactive waste (including liquid scintillation fluid) shall be contained in plastic or glass, sealable jugs. Call the Radiation Safety Office (x) if special consideration must be given to another type of container due to chemical incompatibility with plastic or glass approved containers.


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Radiation protection principles for the disposal of solid radioactive waste: a report. [International Commission on Radiological Protection. Committee 4.; International Commission on Radiological Protection.]. M.I. Ojovan, W.E.

Lee, in An Introduction to Nuclear Waste Immobilisation (Second Edition), Packaging. Packaging of solid radioactive waste by the waste generator for handling, transportation and further waste processing is an important pre-treatment operation. It has to comply with transport regulations (if transportation is involved), acceptance criteria or waste specifications.

Long-Lived Waste For wastes with half-lives > days. Example: solid waste contaminated with H-3 or C Solid wastes containing radioisotopes with half-lives greater than days are collected in white 5-gallon polypropylene pails lined with heavy plastic yellow liners.

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Radiation protection recommendations as applied to the disposal of long-lived solid radioactive waste. A report of The International Commission on Radiological Protection. [No authors listed] (79) Waste, by definition, has no benefit.

It should be viewed as one aspect of the beneficial practice that gave rise to it. ‹ Inventory & Tracking up Solid Radioactive Waste › This section includes information about the disposal of several different types of radioactive waste including solid waste, liquid waste, liquid scintillation counting wastes, mixed waste (waste that is both radioactive and chemically hazardous), and uranium and thorium wastes.

1. INTRODUCTION. Waste can be defined as any material that will be or has been discarded as being of no further use. While the wastes generated in conventional industries have some associated chemical, physical, biological hazards, the case of radioactive wastes presents a long term challenge on account of the hazards due to radioactive emissions of alpha, beta and/or gamma.

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Th., E-mail: [email protected] and Vourlias, K., E-mail: [email protected] and Geronikolou, St. A., E-mail: [email protected]}, abstractNote = {The electrical and electronic waste (e-waste) management is a global environmental problem dominated. The ANPR posed the question of whether certain types of disposal facilities, particularly hazardous waste landfills permitted under Subtitle C of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) may be able to offer appropriate protection for disposal of low-activity radioactive wastes.

View the ANPR in the Federal Register. It is concerned with the disposal of solid radioactive waste by emplacement in designated facilities at or near the land surface.

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Table of Contents Full issue PDF. Not a subscriber. The radioactive waste processing room located in A Mugar has available plastic containers to collect aqueous waste unsuitable for a sink disposal and can be decayed. Designate the plastic container by labeling it with a radioactive waste receipt tag, indicating the specific radionuclide to be collected.

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Radiation protection principles for the disposal of solid radioactive waste. ICRP Publication Ann. ICRP 15 (4).Author: J. Valentin.The recommendations given in this report apply specifically to geological disposal of long-lived solid radioactive waste.

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