Contaminated equipment renovation shop. A preliminary study
The intent of this study is to establish more completely the justifications for constructing a decontamination plant as outlined in Budget Item B 5720, ``Containmented Equipment Renovation Shop,`` FY 1957, Plant and Equipment Projects. In particular, the economic incentives have been explored. The question or idea has been investigated of assigning a dollar value to engineering information which might be obtained from examining contaminated equipment which has failed from unknown causes. Heretofore it has not been possible to examine such equipment because suitable decontamination facilities have not been available. An effort has been made to uncover all possible uses for the proposed facility in order that the estimated capital and operating costs might be evaluated in terms of all the functions which the proposed plant might perform.
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|Subject:||management of radioactive and non-radioactive wastes from nuclear facilities | RADIOACTIVE WASTE FACILITIES | CONSTRUCTION | EQUIPMENT | DECONTAMINATION | HAPO | RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT | COST|
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