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DOE-HDBK-1132-99
of material for those structures that will be disposed of at the completion of the
activity or to facilitate the ease of decontamination for those structural
components that will be recovered for reuse at another activity.
Summary. A general D&D plan should be developed that outlines the design
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and operation of the activity. The plan should discuss how this combination
(design and operation) will protect the worker, the public, and the environment
from undue risk. General guidance is provided that suggests design features
by modular, portable, and reusable characteristics to the extent safety and
operational requirements will allow.
Design features provide an added resource that allows both safety and
operational needs to be met. Design features mitigate the potential
consequences of hazards that cannot be eliminated or reduced by other
means, thus allowing operations to proceed safely. Cleanup activities should
be conducted at the site of contamination using devices with design features
that are flexible enough to be used at multiple sites.
The following outline demonstrates the major areas to be considered by the
designer in the development of a D&D plan for a DOE facility:
site inspection;
site characterization;
environmental requirements and constraints;
predemolition planning documents;
recommended decontamination actions/procedures;
demolition plan:
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demolition process,
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demolition and disposal work breakdown structure (WBS),
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demolition methods and equipment,
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demolition procedure;
disposal plan:
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waste categories,
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disposal methodologies,
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post-demolition facility and land use;
decommissioning.
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