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Innovative concepts on participation in the course of the enacting of two regulations, following § 26 and § 27 of the German Site Selection Law: Safety requirements and requirements on preliminary safety assessments

Project manager: Spieth-Achtnich, A.
End of project: 11 / 2019

In the course of the issuing process for safety requirements and requirements on preliminary safety assessments stakeholder associations and the citicens interested in the subject shall be given the opportunity to participate. In the…

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Assessment of the FFH and environmental impact in the approval process for the combine use of TBL Ahaus also as interim storage facility for other radioactive substances in accordance with Section 7(1) of the Radioactive Pro-tection Ordinance (StrlSchV)

Project staff:  Spieth-Achtnich, A.
End of project: 09 / 2018

Within the  licensing procedure for an approval to use a part of the TBL Ahaus for interim storage of low and intermediate active waste an environmental impact assessment is necessary. OEko Institut examines the environmental impacts…

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Survey of the Environmental Impact Assessment in the approval process for decommissioning and dismantling of components of the nuclear power plant GKN II in accordance with Section 7 (3) of the Atomic Law

Project manager: Spieth-Achtnich, A.
End of project: 12 / 2017

Survey of the Environmental Impact Assessment in the approval process for decommissioning and dismantling of components of the nuclear power plant KKP 2 II in accordance with Section 7 (3) of the Atomic Law

Project manager: Spieth-Achtnich, A.
End of project: 12 / 2017

Professional support and preparation of documents adressing environmental impact assessment of on-site interim storage facility Brunsbüttel

Project manager: Spieth-Achtnich, A.
End of project: 06 / 2018

Within the licensing procedure for new approval of the on-site interim storage facility Brunsbüttel an environmental impact assessment is necessary. Oeko-Institute examines the environmental impacts of the project as well as the…

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General preliminary examination of the environmental impact of the interim storage SAL-P for nuclear waste at the Philippsburg site

Project manager: Küppers, C.
End of project: 12 / 2014

For the storage of radioactive waste arising from the dismantling of the nuclear power plant units in Philippsburg the construction and operation of a new interim storage facility at the site has been requested. The Oeko-Institut was…

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General preliminary examination of the environmental impact of the center for treatment of radioactive materials RBZ-P at the Philippsburg site

General preliminary examination of the environmental impact of the center for treatment of radioactive materials RBZ-P at the Philippsburg site

Project manager: Küppers, C.
End of project: 12 / 2014

For the treatment of radioactive residuals arising from the dismantling of the nuclear power plant units in Philippsburg the construction and operation of a new treatment center RBZ-P at the site has been requested. The Oeko-Institut…

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General preliminary examination of the environmental impact of the interim storage SAL-N for nuclear waste at the Neckarwestheim site

Project manager: Küppers, C.
End of project: 12 / 2014

For the storage of radioactive waste arising from the dismantling of the nuclear power plant units in Neckarwestheim the construction and operation of a new interim storage facility at the site has been requested. The Öko-Institut was…

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General preliminary examination of the environmental impact of the center for treatment of radioactive materials RBZ-N at the Neckarwestheim site

Project manager: Küppers, C.
End of project: 12 / 2014

For the treatment of radioactive residuals arising from the dismantling of the nuclear power plant units in Neckarwestheim the construction and operation of a new treatment center RBZ-N at the site has been requested. The Oeko-Institut…

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