Standard Practices for Decontamination of Field Equipment Used at Low Level Radioactive Waste Sites
适用范围：<p>The primary objectives of work at low-level radioactive waste sites are the protection of personnel, prevention of the spread of contamination, minimization of additional wastes, protection of sample data quality, and the unconditional release of equipment used.</p> <p>Preventing the contamination of equipment used at low-level radioactive waste sites and the decontamination of contaminated equipment are key aspects of achieving these goals.</p> <p>This practice provides guidance in the planning of work to prevent contamination and when necessary, for the decontamination of equipment that has become contaminated. The benefits include:</p> <p>Minimizing the spread of contamination within a site and preventing the spread outside of the work area.</p> <p>Reducing the potential exposure of workers during the work and the subsequent decontamination of equipment.</p> <p>Minimizing the amounts of additional wastes generated during the work, including liquid, or mixed wastes, including separation of the waste types, such as protective clothing, cleaning equipment, cleaning solutions, and protective wraps and drapes.</p> <p>Improving the quality of sample data and reliability.</p> <p>This practice may not be applicable to all low-level radioactive waste sites, such as sites containing low-level radioactive wastes mixed with chemical or reactive wastes. Field personnel, with assistance from trained radiological control professionals, should have the flexibility to modify the decontamination procedures with due consideration for the sampling objectives, or if past experience supports alternative procedures for contamination protection or decontamination.</p> <p>This practice does not address the monitoring, protection, or decontamination of personnel working with low-level radioactive wastes.</p> <p>This practice does not address regulatory requirements that may control or restrict work, the need for permits or regulatory approvals, or the accumulation, handling, or disposal of generated wastes.</p><p id="s00002">1.1 These practices cover the decontamination of field equipment used in the sampling of soils, soil gas, sludges, surface water and ground water at waste sites known or suspected of containing low level radioactive wastes.</p> <p id="s00003">1.2 This practice is applicable at sites where low level radioactive wastes are known or suspected to exist. This practice may also be applicable for the decontamination of equipment used in known or suspected transuranic, or mixed wastes when used by itself or in conjunction with Practice <a href="http://myastm.astm.org/SUBSCRIPTION/NewValidateSubscription.cgi?D5088-HTML">D5088</a>.</p> <p id="s00004">1.3 Procedures are contained in this practice for the decontamination of equipment that comes into contact with the sample matrix (sample contacting equipment), and for ancillary equipment that has not contacted the sample, but may have become contaminated during use (non-contacting equipment). For sample contacting equipment there are four separate procedures (Procedure A through D) in Section 8. For non-contacting equipment, one procedure is presented as covered in Section 9.</p> <p id="s00005">1.4 This practice is applicable to most conventional sampling equipment constructed of metallic and hard, smooth synthetic materials. Materials with rough or porous surfaces, or having a high sorption rate should not be used in radioactive waste sampling due to the difficulties with decontamination.</p> <p id="s00006">1.5 In those cases where sampling will be periodically performed, such as sampling of wells, consideration should be given to the use of dedicated sampling equipment if legitimate concerns exist for the production of undesirable or unmanageable waste byproducts, or both, during the decontamination of tools and equipment.</p> <p id="s00007">1.6 This practice does not address regulatory requirements for personnel protection or decontamination, or for the handling, labeling, s......
中标分类号： Z33 - 环境保护 - 放射性物质与放射强度分析测试方法
ICS分类号： 13.030.30 - 环境和保健、安全 - 特殊废物
标准组织： ASTM - 美国材料与试验协会标准
英文关键词： contaminate contamination control rinse water control water decontaminate decontamination equipment mixed waste radioactive radiological transuranic wastes sample contacting sampling Contamination--waste Field equipment Low-level radioactive waste sites Radiation exposure--soil Radioactive waste materials Radiological examination Waste materials/processing/analysis Water analysis
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