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Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal

Recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (Ncrp Report, No. 141)

by National Council on Radiation Protection

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Published by The .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Ecology - Recycling,
  • Science,
  • Management,
  • Radioactive substances,
  • Radioactive waste disposal,
  • Radioactive wastes,
  • Safety measures,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11471975M
    ISBN 100929600746
    ISBN 109780929600741

    Radioactive scrap sources also could cause major problems for consuming mills if not detected at the scrap yard. Yard personnel must have a basic understanding of radiation and detection equipment to ensure they are responding properly to potentially radioactive sources of scrap. Radioactive sources or contaminated scrap can cause severe illness or death to workers at metal processing facilities. Cleanup of sites where melting have occurred cost multiple millions of dollars. EPA worked with state, federal, and industry organizations to develop a CD-ROM-based training program that helps workers at scrap metal yards.

    Report No. – Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal () PDF - $36 Hard copy - $45 Hard copy & PDF - $ Select options; NCRP Report No. Report No. – Exposure Criteria for Medical Diagnostic Ultrasound () PDF - $76 Hard copy - $95 Hard copy & PDF - $ NCRP Report , Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal () NCRP Report , Decision Making for Late-Phase Recovery from Nuclear or Radiological Incidents (in press, ). While employed at Argonne National Laboratory ( - ); led the research team by accomplishing the following.

      The problem of radioactivity in scrap is expected to grow, according to Mike Mattia, Director of Risk Management, Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Inc. (ISRI), Washington, D.C. "There are tens of thousands of radioactive sources out there that have the potential to find their way into the scrap recycling stream," says Mattia. Cuts, broken bones, and even amputations—these types of injuries are a real possibility for a worker in a metal forming shop even after the final part has been stamped and formed in the press. That's because managing metal scrap, like any other manufacturing operation, requires .


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Find books. Scientific Committee on Management of Waste Metals Containing Radioactivity. Managing potentially radioactive scrap metal. Bethesda, MD: The Council, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements.

Scientific Committee on Management of Waste Metals Containing Radioactivity. Report No. – Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal () Product Details.

Sort Title: Report No. ISBN: ISBN Scientific Committee: S. Chen, Chairman; William P. Dornsife; H. Robert Meyer; Anthony LaMastra; Dade W. Moeller; Daniel J. Strom; James G. Yusko; Joel O.

Lubenau, Advisor; Michael T. Ryan, Advisor; Executive Summary. Managing potentially radioactive scrap metal: recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements.

Author: National Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal book on Radiation Protection and Measurements. Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal: (Report No. ) Details This report provides recommendations on the following: clearance standards to address national and international concerns; processes of clearance and intervention/interception; new technologies and/or plant designs to reduce metal contamination; and public awareness of the clearance process.

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Managing potentially radioactive scrap metal: recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements Radioactive wastes > Management.

Radioactive waste disposal. Radiation > Safety measures. "Prepared by Scientific Committee on Management of Waste Metals Containing Radioactivity"--P. iii.

ISBN   While radioactive metal reprocessing may pose health threats to consumers, it's the scrap metal workers and foundry workers who are likely to receive the most exposure. A NRC bulletin describes tiny, extremely hot particles less than one millimeter in any direction (called radioactive fleas) that can cause serious damage to people who.

However, repurposing scrap metal into new products requires significantly fewer natural resources and less energy. For example: Recycling a ton of steel conserves 2, lbs of iron ore, 1, lbs of coal, and lbs of limestone says the American Iron and Steel Institute. An edition of Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal () Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal Recommendations of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (Ncrp Report, No.

)Pages: To present radioactive metal scrap recycling in practice, this paper addresses estimations on metal waste amounts resulting from decommissioning, the use of melting as a possible recycling method. BOOK REVIEW: NCRP Report No. Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal.

Scrap metal is defined in section (c)(6) of Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR) as smaller bits and pieces of larger metal parts or metal pieces that are attached to soldering or bolts and can be recycled according to 40 CFR §(c)(6).

Scrap metal can include wire, rods, bars, sheets, radiators, cars etc. @article{osti_, title = {Potential radioactive scrap metal quantities from nuclear power plants worldwide}, author = {Nieves, L A and Tilbrook, R W}, abstractNote = {Approximately 12 million tons of scrap metals are likely to be generated worldwide during the next 50 years from decommissioning and dismantling nuclear power plants.

A large portion of this material will be only slightly. Imported Scrap Metal. Scrap metal recycling is an increasingly international industry. Since the United States imports millions of tons of scrap metal, semi finished metal, and metal products each year, it is important to ensure that this metal is not contaminated with radioactivity.

Managing potentially radioactive scrap metal, NCRP Report No. By NRCP, pp x +(NCRP, Bethesda, MD), $ ISBN   Reset your password. If you have a user account, you will need to reset your password the next time you login.

You will only need to do this once. TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT POTENTIAL RECYCLING OF SCRAP METAL FROM NUCLEAR FACILITIES PART I: RADIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF EXPOSED INDIVIDUALS Volume 2: Appendices A-F Prepared by R.

Anigstein, W. Thurber, J. Mauro, S. Marschke, and U. Behling S. Cohen & Associates Old Dominion Drive McLean, Virginia Under Contract No. 1W. Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal: Report Deriving Organ Doses and Their Uncertainty for Epidemiologic Studies (with a Focus on the One Million U.S.

Workers and Veterans Study of Low-Dose Radiation Health Effects) Report Evaluation of Occupational and Environmental Exposures to Radon and Radon Daughters in the.

Ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals alike can be recycled indefinitely which enables saving energy and primary resources with the benefit of reduced costs and emissions. For an economic management of scrap metals, different actors collect, process/separate scrap metals to concentrate the different metals in order to make them metallurgical.At NCRP he had chaired two Scientific Committees: SC that led to the publication of NCRP Report (), Managing Potentially Radioactive Scrap Metal; and SC for the publication of NCRP Report (), Decision Making for Late-Phase Recovery from Major Nuclear or Radiological Incidents.

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The groundwater (GW) flow from snow-melting and rainfall infiltration during summer changes the susceptibility to surficial failure, which also depends on the slope angle, bedrock geometry, stratigraphy and the shear strength of the g: Scrap Metal.