[ RadSafe ] Ge-68 Clearance levels in European countries?

Mora Cañadas Juan Carlos jc.mora at ciemat.es
Mon Apr 20 03:12:36 CDT 2009

Good morning Marcel.

In european law (96/29 directive or even recomendations as RP 122) there are not clearance levels defined for Ge-68.

Anyway, states can define its own clearance levels when needed, as seems to be the case here.

Juan Carlos
Juan Carlos Mora Cañadas
Unidad de Protección Radiológica del Público y del Medio Ambiente
CIEMAT - Edificio 3, Planta 0, Despacho 18.
Avda. Complutense, 22
28040 Madrid
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Fax.         91.346.61.21

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De: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl [mailto:radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl] En nombre de Marcel Schouwenburg
Enviado el: domingo, 19 de abril de 2009 8:28
Para: radsafe at radlab.nl
Asunto: [ RadSafe ] Ge-68 Clearance levels in European countries?

Dear RadSafers,
I'm looking for the clearance levels of Ge-68 in European countries.
Does anyone know of a website or other reference where these values might be found?
In the Netherlands we have a clearance level of 10 Bq/g; are there any other countries using this same value?
With kind regards,
Marcel Schouwenburg
Head / Lecturer Training Centre Delft, Health Physicist, expert level 2 RadSafe Moderator & Listowner National Centre for Radiation Protection (Dutch abbr. NCSV) Manager Quality Assurance Reactor Institute Delft (RID)

Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Applied Sciences / Reactor Institute Delft Mekelweg 15 NL - 2629 JB DELFT The Netherlands
T: +31 (0)15 27 86575
F: +31 (0)15 27 81717
E: m.schouwenburg at tudelft.nl 

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