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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
leakage monitoring outside confinement vessels (e.g., surveillance wells
to detect leakage into ground water);
capability for periodic visual surveillance, including remote visual
surveillance with closed-circuit television;
periodic evaluation of test coupons of primary tank construction materials
installed before the tank was placed in service; and
other surveillance or testing measures, as appropriate.
Low-Level Liquid Waste Confinement . The following should apply to the low-
level liquid waste confinement system:
An impervious dike or berm around the process system should provide
secondary confinement for low-level liquid wastes.
Process and waste storage vessel vents should be provided.
Retention basins should be lined, fenced, and posted with appropriate
radiation warning signs. A system for monitoring radionuclide migration
from the basin should be available.
An impervious berm or dike should be capable of retaining the maximum
radioactive liquid waste inventory that may be released by a leak or
failure of a primary confinement vessel. A capability should exist to
transfer waste that has leaked into the secondary confinement.
A means of removing rain or snow from the secondary confinement area
should be provided unless rain or snow is precluded from entry to the
confinement area. Monitoring or testing of the removed rain or snow
should be considered.
Transuranic-Contaminated Liquid Waste Confinement . The following
features should be considered in the design of a transuranic-contaminated (to
233
include enriched uranium and
U) liquid waste confinement system:
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