Radioactive Scrap Metal

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Radioactive Scrap Metal

UNECE Recommendations

At least 50% of the metal we use is recycled. Much of it originates from scrap metal which comes from a variety of sources and is melted together. In some cases, a number of these sources may have been radioactively contaminated either from natural sources (for example, soil) or artificial sources (for example, nuclear power plants).

An increased number of incidents involving radioactive scrap metal has prompted the international community to actively address the issue of monitoring radioactive scrap metal.

 UNECE Scrap metal

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- Application of the UNECE Recommendations on Monitoring and Response Procedures for Radioactive Scrap Metal
Published: December 2009 - Report on the Application of the UNECE Recommendations on Monitoring and Response Procedures for Radioactive Scrap Metal

- International Training and Capacity Building Strategy for Monitoring and Response Procedures for Radioactive Scrap Metal
Published: December 2007 -  International Training and Capacity Building Strategy for Monitoring and Response Procedures for Radioactive Scrap Metal

- Proceedings: Monitoring and Response Procedures for Radioactive Scrap Metal
Published: June 2006 - Proceedings of the UNECE Group of Experts on the Monitoring of Radioactive Scrap Metal (Geneva, 12-14 June 2006)

- Recommendations on Monitoring and Response Procedures for Radioactive Scrap Metal
Published: June 2006 - Recommendations on Monitoring and Response Procedures for Radioactive Scrap Metal agreed at the UNECE Group of Experts Meeting (Geneva, 12-14 June 2006)

Fonte: UNECE



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