The decommissioning and dismantling of nuclear facilities pursuant to § 7 AtG generates radioactive residues which have either to be recycled after clearance, cleared as conventional waste or disposed of as radioactive waste.
We assist our customers both with the preparation of clearance concepts and with handling radioac-tive waste.
During clearance measurements, we use our own personnel and measurement devices on site and offer our in-house developed software for assisting the clearance process.
Our services relating to clearance pursuant to § 29 Radiation Protection Ordinance (StrlSchV) in particular include
- preparation of clearance concepts,
- performance of clearance measurements for materials, sites and buildings,
- derivation of clearance levels on a case-by-case basis (pursuant to § 29, paragraph 2, clause 3 Radiation Protection Ordinance (StrlSchV)) for metallic residues, buildings, building rubble, sites,
- support during changeover to new clearance procedures 2017/2018,
- support with the selection of suitable measurement devices,
- design of measurement devices to DIN ISO 11929 and DIN 25457,
- preparation of clearance documentation,
- software support for the clearance process and
- reevaluation of legacy waste.
Our services relating to handling radioactive waste in particular include
- preparation of waste and residue concepts,
- software-assisted planning of dismantling and packaging of radioactive waste,
- design of packaging with regard to Konrad repository acceptance conditions,
- sorting and repackaging of radioactive waste from existing containers,
- evaluation of the integrity of waste containers,
- preparation of waste declaration,
- preparation of waste container flow charts,
- waste treatment concepts and planning of waste treatment facilities and
- safety evaluations for (long-term) intermediate storage and evaluation of storage facilities.