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Abstract

The Integrated Project PAMINA is part of the 6th framework programme of the European Commission. It runs from October 1, 2006 until September 30, 2009 and brings together 25 organisations from ten European countries and one EC Joint Research Centre in order to improve and harmonise methodologies and tools for demonstrating the safety of deep geological disposal of long-lived radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel in different geological environments. The results may be exploited by different stakeholders such as national waste management organisations, regulators and the public at large.
The main objective of IP PAMINA is to improve and harmonise integrated performance assessment (PA) methodologies and tools for various disposal concepts of long-lived radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel in different deep geological environments. The IP PAMINA aims at providing a sound methodological and scientific basis for demonstrating the safety of deep geological disposal of such wastes, that will be of value to all national radioactive waste management programmes, regardless of waste type, repository design, and stage, that has been reached in PA and safety case development.

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Record Number: 9063 / Last updated on: 2008-04-11
Category: MISC
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