Research and analysis

Review of clean-up and techniques applicable to discharges from decommissioning

A report reviewing the clean-up and techniques applicable to discharges from decommissioning of reactors and fuel cycle facilities.

Documents

Review of clean-up and techniques applicable to discharges from decommissioning

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Review of clean-up and techniques applicable to discharges from decommissioning

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The Environment Agency wants its regulatory officers who deal with the decommissioning of nuclear facilities to gain an improved understanding of the range of decommissioning techniques available in the nuclear industry and in other industrial sectors. This document explains how RM Consultants Ltd (RMC) undertook a short review of national and international experience in decommissioning techniques and presents a review of each identified technique.

Published 1 January 2005