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MODULE DESCRIPTION

MODULE 6

Conditioning, Release and Final Storage of Radioactive Waste

Contents of the course are in particular conditioning procedures for the treatment of radioactive waste as well as their characterization (radiologically & materially). The requirements for the qualification of radioactive waste for the Konrad repository, including the product control measures, are presented. Furthermore, the current state of affairs will be discussed in the selection of sites for final disposal of heat-generating waste.

FACTS
DATE Sept. 17th - 20th, 2019
DURATION 4 working days
PRESENTATION LANGUAGE German
VENUE Innside Melià
Sandkaulstraße 20
52062 Aachen
www.melia.com
START 8:30 am
SCOPE OF SERVICE Price includes lunch,
catering during breaks,
social event and
course materials.
ATTENDANCE FEE 1.900,- € plus VAT
max. 30 participants
CONTENT
  • Conditioning of radioactive waste
  • Decomposition and decontamination processes
  • Requirements from the interim storage
  • Nuclear licensing procedures
  • Free release
  • Safety analyzes for the Konrad repository and their implementation in the final storage conditions
  • Requirements for waste disposal containers suitable for disposal
  • Implementation of the elevated water law permission
  • Product control & qualification of radioactive waste
  • Radiological & material characterization
  • The Gorleben site as a repository for heat generating radioactive waste
  • Long-term safety analysis
  • Recoverability of heat-developing radioactive waste and consequences
  • Repository projects international
  • Partitioning & Transmutation
LEARNING OBJECTIVES

The main focus of this course is on the safe handling and disposal of radioactive waste. Using the Konrad repository as an example, the processes and responsibilities in the final disposal process are explained. The lectures will discuss different conditioning methods, their experiences with various techniques as well as the requirements of the product control procedure for the qualification of radioactive waste. Furthermore the consideration of water-hazardous substances in radioactive waste plays an increasing role in this context. The technical and approval requirements for the final storage of the heat-developing waste in the rock salt are presented and discussed using the provisional safety analysis of the Gorleben site. The advantages and disadvantages of other host rocks in the implementation of deep geological repositories are presented and the implementation of repository projects abroad is presented. At the end of the course, the lecturers will discuss with you new technologies (partitioning and transmutation) for future strategies to defuse the repository problem.

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Ms. Silke Siebrecht at
+49-2402 127505 111
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