Neighbouring Countries nail Denmark on Nuclear Waste Plan CPHPost 3.2.15
Mayors fume as atomic waste dilemma drags on CPHPost 9.8.13
Mayors upset about nuclear waste DR 8.8.13
Opinion | Out of sight, out of mind? The Copenhagen Post 23.1.13
Decision delayed on final resting place of radioactive waste CPHPost 23.1.13
Not in anyone’s backyard CPHPost 28.11.12
Councils team up to oppose radioactive depot CPHPost 12.7.2012
Mayors up in arms over radioactive waste CPHPost 1.5.2012
Short list for possible nuclear waste sites released CPHPost 5.5.2011
Six sites up for Danish nuclear repository WNN 5.5.2011
PLAN FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A PERMANENT REPOSITORY FOR DANISH LOW AND INTERMEDIATE LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE
Theoretical study of the technical requirements for Danish disposal of radioactive wastes. Report prepared by the working group appointed by the Ministry of Information Technology and Research 2002
Short chronology of the Danish decision-making process for the future management of nuclear waste by NOAH/Friends of the Earth
Radioactive Waste is also an Ethical Problem: Feature article by the ‘Nuclear Waste Ethics Study Group’: its members are Master of Arts Anne Albinus, Master of Science Jens Bjørneboe, Self-Employed Kirsten Braad Jacobsen, Master of Arts Niels Henrik Hooge, Master of Science in Public Administration Anne Lemcke, Vicar Jakob Fløe Nielsen, Bishop Karsten Nissen, Master Smith Bendy Poulsen and former Minister Bjørn Westh. Published in the daily Politiken without the notes, 8 October 2014.
About the Danish process towards a final repository: Governing Uranium in the Danish realm DIIS 2015
ERROR ON PAGE 9:
"The Danish grassroots organisation Organisationen til Oplysning om Atomkraft (OOA) headed the Danish movement and were behind the infamous ‘Nuclear Power? No Thanks!’ campaign."
The word "infamous" is a typo. It should be "famous" but DIIS will now make an update of the report.
Ministry of Health (responsible for the process until June 2015) Reports - Ministry for Higher Education and Science is now responsible for the process but the website about the plan for the radioactive waste disposal or intermediate storage is not yet ready
GEUS (Geological Survey)
Important : Pre-feasibility study for final disposal of radioactive waste. Disposal Concepts May 2011 made by COWI and Studsvik for DD
Heidi Sjølin Thomsen, Anne Sørensen, Dan Bohr og Ole Kastbjerg Nielsen, Dansk Dekommissionering, Frederiksborgvej 399, DK-4000 Roskilde Denmark.
|Chemical Speciation of Long-Lived Radionuclides in the Environment Risø 2008|
"The developed method have been successfully used for the investigation of the
environmental behaviours of radionuclides. A number of significant investigations have
been completed, they are summarized below: (1) The speciation of Pu isotopes in
radioactive concrete from the decommissioning of Danish nuclear reactor DK2 was
observed to be very much different with those in environmental samples such as soil
and sediment, Pu in the concrete is more mobile than that in soil and sediment,
which means that a specially attention should be given during the repository of
such nuclear waste."(p.48)
Safety in the Final Disposal of Radioactive Waste page 38, 1997
www.nks.org/scripts/getdocument.php?file...Traduire cette pageTo that end, the results of the fifth four-year NKS program. (1994 – 1997) are ... long-lived low- and intermediate-level radioactive waste from research, hospitals.
www.nks.org/scripts/getdocument.php?file...Traduire cette pageNKS/AFA(97)8. 1997-11-18. CHARACTERISATION OP LONG-LIVED LOW AND.INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTES. IN THE NORDIC ...