Debate evening in the society of the naturalist's spread
4 Reflection paper and debate:
WHAT IS DECOMMISSIONING? AND WHAT is TO BE DECOMMISSIONED V/Department head Mogens Bagger Hansen, Risø decommissionering Research Center Risø.
An overview of the total decommissioning project is given in the Danish and international perspective.
DANISH RADIOACTIVE WASTE: V/Consultant, civil Engineer Knud Brodersen, Risø decommissionering, Research center Risø.
Radioactive waste between the warehouse on Risø originates partly from 40 years of operation of the nuclear installations and partly from other Danish users of radioactive substances. Dismantling of Risø's plant will provide roughly as much radioactive waste. Describe the nature and characteristics of the waste. A short outline of historical and international developments in the field of depositing radioactive waste will be used as a basis for describing the current ideas for disposing of the Danish waste.
ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF THE DECOMMISSIONING OF RISØ'S NUCLEAR FACILITIES.
V/section leader Per Hedemann Jensen,
Risø decommissionering, Research centre Risø in connection with the degradation of nuclear installations, there is a risk that smaller quantities of radioactive substances may escape to the environment, both as a result of the daily work operations and as a result of abnormal Incidents or accidents. Similarly, at the very separation of the installations, high levels of radiation and contamination could occur which could lead to a certain radiation exposure of the staff involved. In the lecture, these work and environmental issues will be examined, including the following: Measurement programmes and protective measures.
CONTROL ASPECTS OF THE DECOMMISSIONING OF RISØ'S NUCLEAR INSTALLATIONS
V/Institut Chef Kaare Ulbak, National Institute of Radiation Hygiene
Under Danish legislation and international agreements, the planning and implementation of the dismantling of the Danish nuclear installations must follow a number of consultation and approval procedures. The lecture will be an overview of these procedures and will set out the background for setting emission limits and for releasing non-radioactive materials in the context of the decommissioning.