17 - 21 July 2017
33rd Annual Decommissioning & Radioactive Waste Management Summer School
Thank you to everyone who attended in 2016
2016 Programme Highlights
Global Decommissioning Strategy Updates
Global decommissioning strategy updates from a variety of countries
- Waste management from a local stakeholder perspective – the Scandinavian view
- An update from Germany: the status and developments in decommissioning
- Case study: decommissioning Sellafield
- Decommissioning kept simple – a Dounreay experience
EU Regulatory Updates
Updates on EU and international regulations, policies, and guidelines
- Nuclear energy and radioactive waste management in the European Union
- Regulation at nuclear sites
- IAEA perspectives on decommissioning, remediation and radioactive waste management
Technical insights into characterisation, clearance and transport of radioactive waste
- Understanding the management of low level and intermediate level waste
- Defining characterisation
- UK radioactive waste transport
- Radioactive land remediation and final site clearance
What Was Discussed?
- Characterisation of Waste - Assess information provided on potential sampling and analysis scenarios
- Remediation of Radioactive Land - Develop a plan for remediation of radioactive land, taking into consideration issues such as regulations, funding and technical processes
- Decommissioning and Safe Management of Radioactive Waste - Work in groups to tackle key issues presented
What Will You Learn?
Walk away with a thorough understanding of:
- The nuclear energy agenda in the EU
- Key considerations in the decommissioning process, including risk management, contracts and financing
- Characterisation techniques and challenges
- Disposal for different waste types with a focus on geological and deep geological disposal
Who Will You Meet?
- The nuclear industry
- Decommissioning service providers
- Consultancies working in the decommissioning and radioactive waste area
- Nuclear reactor manufacturers
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