Surveillance and Monitoring of Near Surface Disposal Facilities for Radioactive Waste

Safety Reports Series No. 35

Subject Classification: 0608-Waste repositories

English STI/PUB/1182; (ISBN:92-0-114903-4); 75 pp.; 4 figures; € 17.50; Date Published: 2004

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The publication deals with surveillance and monitoring activities for the purposes of demonstrating the safety of near surface radioactive waste disposal facilities. It covers all phases of facility development from siting through construction and operation to closure. It identifies the activities over which surveillance needs to be exercised and the parameters to be monitored, and provides examples of such programmes for present-day facilities. It also addresses programmes that may be necessary for older facilities which were not built to present-day standards and for which surveillance and monitoring may have to be carried out to identify remedial measures to be taken.

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