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Towards transparent, proportionate and deliverable regulation for geological disposal

OECD Nuclear Energy Agency

Towards transparent, proportionate and deliverable regulation for geological disposal

workshop proceedings, Tokyo, Japan, 20-22 January 2009

by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency

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Published by Nuclear Energy Agency, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Radioactive waste disposal in the ground,
  • Government policy,
  • Law and legislation

  • About the Edition

    These workshop proceedings highlight the significant amount of work accomplished over the past decade in delivering transparent, proportionate regulation for geological disposal, and identify important differences between national regulations even if these are not in contradiction with international guidance. They also underline the importance of R&D carried out on behalf of the regulator. In addition to the contributed papers, these proceedings trace the numerous discussions that formed an integral part of the workshop. They constitute an important and unique documentary basis for researchers and radioactive waste management specialists. Themes addressed include duties to future generations, timescales for regulation, stepwise decision making, roles of optimization and best available techniques (BAT), multiple lines of reasoning, safety and performance indicators, recognition of uncertainties and the importance of stakeholder interactions.--Publisher"s description.

    Edition Notes

    SeriesRadioactive waste management
    ContributionsSourceOECD (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD898.2 .T68 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination193 p. :
    Number of Pages193
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25536361M
    ISBN 109264060928, 9264990909, 9264083553
    ISBN 109789264060920, 9789264990906, 9789264083554
    OCLC/WorldCa613361353

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    Present regulations assume that long-term isolation of hazardous wastes - including toxic chemical, biological, radioactive, flammable and explosive wastes - may be effected by disposal in landfills that have liners of very low hydraulic conductivity. In reality, total isolation of wastes in humid areas is not possible; some migration of leachate from wastes buried in the gound will always occur. Main Findings in the International Workshop ‘Towards Transparent, Proportionate and Deliverable Regulation for Geological Disposal’, 20–22 January , .

    Deep Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste presents a critical review of designing, siting, constructing and demonstrating the safety and environmental impact of deep repositories for radioactive is structured to provide a broad perspective of this multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary topic: providing enough detail for a non-specialist to understand the fundamental principles. The repository will be constructed at a depth of about metres below the ground's surface, depending on rock characteristics at the site. To construct the deep geological repository, rock excavation would primarily be done using a method that involves controlled drilling and blasting.


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In this context, it organised a workshop entitled “Towards Transparent, Proportionate and Deliverable Regulation for Geological Disposal”, which served to verify current status and needs.

Participants included regulators, implementers, policy makers, R&D specialists and academics. the long-term safety of deep disposal facilities that have been developed or revised during the last decade include the CNSC guides (Canada, [3]), the 1.

The main lessons learnt are documented in NEA/RWM/RF()1: “Towards transparent, proportionate and deliverable regulations for geological disposal”, available online. Towards Transparent, Proportionate and Deliverable Regulation for Geological Disposal.

03/11/ P1 Radioactive Waste Management_xD_ Partnering for Long-Term Management of Radioactive Waste: Evolution and Current Practice in Thirteen Countries 04/13/ P1 Projected Costs of Generating.

to air and water and disposal of solid waste to land including disposals at landfills, and at the Low Level Waste Repository as well as geological disposal.

Office for Nuclear Regulation The Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) licenses nuclear sites and is responsible for regulating safety and security, on licensed nuclear sites in Great Britain. Consultation on the National Policy Statement (NPS) for geological disposal infrastructure The consultation opens on 25 January at am and closes on 19 April at.

Towards Transparent, Proportionate and Deliverable Regulation for Geological Disposal OECD and Nuclear Energy Agency This workshop proceedings identifies the current status and needs for regulatory criteria for the long-term performance of geological disposal of radioactive waste.

“Ethical Issues and Social Expectations,” in Nuclear Energy Agency, Towards Transparent, Proportionate, and Deliverable Regulation of Geological Disposal, Paris, Factors Affecting the Public and Political Acceptance for the Implementation of Geological Disposal, United Nations, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna.

Safety Standards (RADWASS): A Safety Guide on Siting of Geological Disposal Facilities [1]. This Safety Guide defines the process to be used and guidelines to be considered in selecting sites for deep geological disposal of radioactive waste.

In addition to technical factors important to site. Purchase Geological Repository Systems for Safe Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuels and Radioactive Waste - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNManaging Voidage in a GDF: Towards a Methodology for Evaluating Voidage in Waste Packaging Proposals.

12 Jan Quintessa Presents Modelling of Borehole and Shaft Seals at the International DOPAS Seminar, Turku, Finland. 7 Jun Geological Disposal of Radioactive Waste: Underpinning Science and Technology.

20 Oct Geological/hydrogeological criteria primarily control the suitability of waste disposal sites, and the importance of both bedrock and drift geology to the protection of groundwater is underlined.

Geological Repository Systems for Safe Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuels and Radioactive Waste critically reviews the state-of-the-art technologies, scientific methods, regulatory developments, and social engagement approaches directly related to the implementation of geological repository systems.

Part one introduces geological disposal. W.E. Lee, M.I. Ojovan, in Radioactive Waste Management and Contaminated Site Clean-Up, Deep geological disposal. Geological disposal in a mined repository is the most likely option for HLW, SF, SRS and long-lived LILW (IAEA, a; Ahn and Apted, ).The main concepts of geological disposal are wet and dry, typically at depths from to 1, m.

Ian Crossland, in Geological Repository Systems for Safe Disposal of Spent Nuclear Fuels and Radioactive Waste (Second Edition), Historical background to near-surface disposal.

Decades before deep geological disposal was conceived as an idea, radioactive waste was being generated by activities such as production of radium for therapeutic uses, research into.

The approach to making geological disposal happen is set out in in the Implementing Geological Disposal white paper. Preparatory work. The process for developing a geological disposal .Consultant ANDRA, ASN, OCDE P.

Raimbault () “Optimisation: an overview of concepts”, Proceedings of the 1st RWMC/RF Workshop: Towards Transparent, Proportionate and Deliverable Regulation for Geological Disposal, Tokyo, January NEA/RWM/RF()1Title: Consultant.Regional geological setting 21 Selection strategies 22 Human intrusion risk as a criterion 23 4.

REGUlATInG GEoloGICAl dISpoSAl 23 Fundamental observations 23 Policy making and radiation protection 24 Differing needs of stakeholders 24 Enabling regulators 25 Regulatory gaps and inconsistencies 25 Towards a common understanding 26 Table of contents.