Hanford high level waste: Sample Exchange/Evaluation (SEE) Program
The Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL)/Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (ACL) and the Westinghouse Hanford Company (WHC)/Process Analytical Laboratory (PAL) provide analytical support services to various environmental restoration and waste management projects/programs at Hanford. In response to a US Department of Energy -- Richland Field Office (DOE-RL) audit, which questioned the comparability of analytical methods employed at each laboratory, the Sample Exchange/Exchange (SEE) program was initiated. The SEE Program is a selfassessment program designed to compare analytical methods of the PAL and ACL laboratories using sitespecific waste material. The SEE program is managed by a collaborative, the Quality Assurance Triad (Triad). Triad membership is made up of representatives from the WHC/PAL, PNL/ACL, and WHC Hanford Analytical Services Management (HASM) organizations. The Triad works together to design/evaluate/implement each phase of the SEE Program.
|Year of publication:||
|Subject:||nuclear fuels | chemistry | HANFORD RESERVATION | RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT | RADIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS | MEASURING INSTRUMENTS | HIGH-LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTES | ALPHA DECAY RADIOISOTOPES | BETA DECAY RADIOISOTOPES | PLUTONIUM 239 | PLUTONIUM 240 | AMERICIUM 241 | STRONTIUM 90 | TECHNETIUM 99 | CESIUM 137 | URANIUM|
|Type of publication:||Other|
Saved in favorites
Similar items by subject