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Join us behind the scenes as Per Søndergaard, Chief Consultant at Danish Decommissioning, explains the process behind Denmark's new upgraded storage facility for radioactive waste.
Sidse Lærke Lolk, Marie Lund Traulsen, Frederik Storm Mahler and Claus Højgård Nielsen, are the names of the 4 new health physicists who are now taking up work as graduate health physicists at Danish Decommissioning
From 1 to 9 May, Danish Decommissioning hosted seven independent international experts sent by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The visit provided the framework for an assessment of Denmark's system for the safe management of radioactive waste.
In 2018, the Danish Parliament decided to establish a new, upgraded storage facility for Denmark's radioactive waste at Risø. The waste will be stored here until 2073 at the latest. Come to an information meeting about the plans.
For a company centred on the handling of radioactive materials, it is essential to possess robust expertise in radiation protection. So DD hired four new employees at the start of the year, who are now being trained as health physicists.