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DOE-HDBK-1108-97
Radiological Training for Accelerator Facilities
Instructor's Guide
Lesson Plan
Instructor's Notes
N
Avoid bringing unnecessary material into
accelerator enclosures.
N
Designate an area to store contaminated tools for
reuse.
N
Plan your work so that, whenever possible,
construction and clean maintenance can be done in
a clean area.
N
Do not leave unnecessary tools and equipment in
accelerator enclosures.
N
Reuse items
C.
Mixed Waste
Mixed waste is waste that is classified as hazardous in
accordance to the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) AND is also radioactive. There is presently no
approved method to dispose of mixed waste, and long-
term storage is required.
1.
Sources of mixed waste.
Common examples of waste materials at
accelerators are:
N
Lead (shielding, batteries, etc.).
N
PCBs
N
Cadmium.
N
Acids.
N
Bases.
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