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Title: Discharge policies for low level radioactive effluents in Turkey
Authors: Özdemir, Tonguç
Özdemir, Celal
Uslu, İbrahim
Keywords: Low level radioactivity
Düşük seviyeli radyoaktivite
Discharge policies
Tahliye politikaları
Atık su
Issue Date: Oct-2003
Publisher: IAEA
Citation: Özdemir, T., Özdemir, C. ve Uslu, İ. (2003) Discharge policies for low level radioactive effluents in Turkey. International Conference on the Protection of the Environment from the Effects of Ionizing Radiation, 6–10 October 2003. Stockholm, Sweden.
Series/Report no.: IAEA-CN-109
Abstract: The legal infrastructure established in Turkey covers the ways to manage low-level radioactive wastes including liquid, solid and gaseous wastes. The paper gives detailed information about the discharge policies and radioactive waste tank systems and dose assessment. Liquid Radioactive Waste tank systems, as best available technique, are used to collect and store the low level radioactive wastes and as a part of low-level radioactive effluent discharge policy, these decay and delay systems are effectively used for biomedical radioactive wastes generated in hospitals. The decayed waste is then discharged to sewage system regarding to the discharge limit given in the legislation. Dose assessment studies were also completed and the annual effective dose that would be received by the workers of the Waste Treatment Facility was calculated and the results are presented.
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