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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
characterization,
decontamination,
dismantlement,
material disposition,
robotics, and
regulatory compliance.
Characterization consists of four significant operational phases:
facility characterization prior to cleanup,
characterization during cleanup,
characterization of waste materials, and
site characterization after cleanup.
Each of these phases has its own unique problems and requirements and
should be evaluated by the D&D plan designer to produce an efficient,
economical system.
During the decontamination phase, the designer should consider various
requirements and objectives in formulating the D&D plan for DOE facilities:
permit unrestricted reuse of facility materials by recycling,
permit reuse of the item or component in the DOE facility,
reduce worker radiation exposure,
avoid potential criticality accidents,
enhance disposal, and
separate hazardous from radioactive items and materials during
decontamination.
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