EDA Webinar: IAEA considerations on decommissioning of nuclear facilities

Presentation

The webinar “IAEA considerations on decommissioning of nuclear facilities” was held by EDA. It was given by Mr. Vladimir Michal, Decommissioning Team Leader, IAEA; and Ms. Kristina Gillin, Principal Consultant, Nuclear Waste and Decommissioning, Vysus Group.

In this webinar the speakers intend to highlight the IAEA perspectives on nuclear decommissioning, present technical aspects regarding activities on preparation and implementation of decommissioning, promote circular economy principles applied to nuclear decommissioning and present good practices in support of sustainable decommissioning.

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IAEA considerations on decommissioning of nuclear facilities

 

Program

Part 1: Presentation

  • What is EDA?
  • What is IAEA?
  • Why do we do this webinar?

Part 2: Decommissioning of nuclear facilities

  • What nuclear facilities exist worldwide?
  • Is the demand for nuclear decommissioning growing?
  • What technical aspects regarding decontamination, decommissioning and demolition should we consider?
  • What circular economy principles apply to nuclear decommissioning?
  • What good practices should we advocate to promote sustainable decommissioning?

Part 3: Case studies from several Member States

Part 4: Conclusions – learning curve from non-nuclear industries

 

Speakers

Mr. Vladimir Michal
IAEA

Mrs. Kristina Gillin
Vysus Group

 

Practical information

Date April 21, 2021
Video Recording of the webinar
Duration  35 minutes
Format On-line: The video is available at the bottom of this page for logged in users with valid access.
Conference book Includes all the slides presented by the speakers
Pages 24 pages
Format On-line: The document is available at the bottom of this page for logged in users with valid access.

 

 


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