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Nuclear Decommissioning Case Studies

  • ID: 5146509
  • Book
  • February 2021
  • 496 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Nuclear Decommissioning Case Studies: Accidental Impacts on Workers, the Environment and the Public, Volume One presents a collection of international case studies that show impacts on workers, the public and the environment. Author Michele Laraia describes typical stages of decommissioning, such as categorization, hazard and risk analysis, and the risks and impacts involved at each stage. Each case is introduced before discussing its impacts, solutions, analysis, and lessons learned. This book uniquely collects, categorizes and compares radiological and non-radiological accidents, incidents and near misses which will be of great value to practitioners in industry and authorities developing nuclear programs.

Finally, this book instructs readers on important prevention, mitigation and control measures to create sustainable, safe nuclear facilities.

  • Includes various case studies and analyses on the impact of nuclear decommissioning on environmental sustainability, workers and the public
  • Highlights the need of ensuring sustainability plans at the beginning of a nuclear project and informs decision makers on how to select the best options
  • Guides the reader through a systematic analysis of the likelihood of incidents and how to take measures against them

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1. The concept of sustainability as applicable to nuclear decommissioning
2. Decommissioning and environmental sustainability
3. Decommissioning incidents
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Laraia, Michele
Michele Laraia, a chemical engineer by background, gained his first degree at the University of Rome. In 1975 he began to work at Italy's Regulatory Body, since 1982 as licensing manager of decommissioning projects. From July 1991, Michele worked at the International Atomic Energy Agency, Waste Technology Section, as Unit Leader responsible for decontamination and decommissioning of nuclear installations and environmental remediation. The objectives of the work were to provide guidance to Member States on the planning and implementation of nuclear decommissioning and site remediation, to disseminate information on good practices, and to provide direct assistance to Member States in the implementation of their programmes. Following his retirement in November 2011 Michele offers consultant services in the above-mentioned areas.
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