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FNCA 2002 Workshop on Radioactive Waste Management

FNCA 2002 Radioactive Management Workshop


 
The 2002 FNCA RWM Workshops held in Daejeon City, Korea, November 18-22, 2002, consist of presentations by each country and Round Table Discussions.
 
TENORM (Technologically-Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material) is a new theme of FNCA RWM Project. They are generally large-volume, low-activity waste streams produced by industries such as mineral mining, ore beneficiation and oil and gas production.
(photo: WMC Resources'Olympic dam mine in Australia)
 
In the presentations, each country reports on its current situation and problems. Country reports were presented on the present status and progress of radioactive waste management activities in each FNCA country. A number of countries reported on the status of regulatory control regarding transfer of radioactive materials across borders.
At the Round Table Discussions, proposed solutions to each country's problems are discussed.
For consolidated Report on RWM, the final draft of the Consolidated Report on Radioactive Waste Management was accepted in the last workshop and the way to effectively use the information contained in the report were discussed and the agreements were arrived.
At the Sub-Meetings on RW from Decommissioning, Waste Characterization, and TENORM (Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials), a number of other issues were highlighted for further evaluation and cooperation points were agreed. These included radon exposure levels, exemption levels for radioactive components including current IAEA guidelines and the need for a more comprehensive safety assessment and a worldwide agreement on the best way to address the TENORM issues.
Regarding the results of the Spent Radiation Source Management (SRSM) Task Group, their activities carried out by the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Korea, and Japan, were reported including the ways to strengthen the SRS management in the region.
 

Minutes of the FNCA 2002 Workshop on
Radioactive Waste Management

November 18-22, 2002
Daejeon, Korea

The FNCA 2002 Workshop on Radioactive Waste Management was held from November 18-22, 2002, at Daejeon, Korea. This Workshop was hosted by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), the Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (KHNP) / Nuclear Environment Technology Institute (NETEC) of Korea and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) of Japan, in cooperation with Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc. (JAIF).

Representatives involved in policy making, regulation, and R&D on radioactive waste management attended the Workshop from the nine participating countries under the FNCA framework, i.e. Australia, China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. IAEA also participated in the workshop upon the invitation of the workshop organizers.

Discussions were made mainly based upon the results of 3rd FNCA Coordinators Meeting, held on March 6-8, 2002, Tokyo.

At the First Session on the first day, country reports were presented on the present status and progress of radioactive waste management activities in each FNCA country. A number of countries reported on the status of control and regulation against transfer of radioactive materials across the borders.

At the Second Session, the discussion confirmed the final draft of the Consolidated Report on Radioactive Waste Management and the way to effectively implement the findings in order to reach the following consensus:
1) Since the final coordination was confirmed at the Workshop, it will be published immediately after the necessary revision. Each country will receive 20 hard copies and the same number of CD-ROMs.
2) Considering the importance of radioactive waste management, effective utilization should be designed in order to promote deeper appreciation of the policy makers and to promote public understanding.
3) In order to contribute internationally, the FNCA is ready to consider wider ranging activities by making available the results obtained in the FNCA countries to such bodies as the IAEA to ensure greater recognition of the FNCA aims and objectives
4) To provide a forum for nuclear cooperation within the region to allow a greater understanding and acceptance of the importance of radioactive waste management to the general public
5) To improve the safety awareness in radioactive waste management.
At the Third and Fourth Sessions on the second day, Sub-meetings were held on "Radioactive Waste from Decommissioning"and "Waste Characterization"respectively. The sub-meetings provided an in-depth discussion of the topic and promoted the exchange of information and the sharing of experiences, and thus promoted mutual understandings. A Poster Session to introduce industrial level technologies in relation to radioactive waste management was also held.

On the third day, technical visits to Yonggwang Nuclear Power Unit 1, new radwaste treatment facility of Unit 6 and solid radwaste storage building were made.

On the fourth day, the Sub-meeting on TENORM*was held to exchange technical information and experiences on this increasingly important global issue.
*TENORM: Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials
These included radon exposure levels, exemption levels for radioactive components including current IAEA guidelines and the need for a more comprehensive safety assessment and a worldwide agreement on the best way to address the TENORM issues. A number of other issues were highlighted for further evaluation, and following points were agreed upon:
1) Assess validity of IAEA Draft Safety Guide 161.
2) Further develop the understanding of TENORM related issues in the region
3) Investigate possible movement of TENORM wastes across borders
4) Discuss further inconsistent standards and regulations
At Session 6, results of the Spent Radiation Source Management Task Group carried out by the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Korea, and Japan, were reported including the ways to strengthen the SRS management in the region. The following were agreed upon:
1) It was confirmed that the activities of this Spent Radiation Source Management Task Group were extremely significant, by exchanging frank views on ways to respond to problems technically and institutionally, and on any remaining issues, based upon practical experiences of the above cooperative countries.
2) Simple report is under preparation by participating countries to the Task Group, and it is planned to distribute the report after this Workshop, in order to best utilize the results effectively in the FNCA countries.
3) It is important to discuss further on what the FNCA is able to do in deepening recognition on the importance of spent radiation source management in each FNCA country, and also in strengthening the safety awareness and management including public consensus.
4) The FNCA is ready to provide the concrete and practical results of the achievement of the Spent Radiation Source Management Task Group, to the IAEA section responsible for spent sealed source issues.
5) FNCA countries should be made aware on in further IAEA documents on management of spent sealed sources such as the Code of Conduct on the Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources.
Finally "Three Year Work Plan on Radioactive Waste Management"under the FNCA framework and way to conduct review of the result were discussed with consensus reached as follows:
1) "Three Year Work Plan"should a cover fixed three years starting this fiscal year, and a systematic way to modify its contents annually should be in principle abolished, however next preceding year should be in-principle agreed of each FNCA RWM workshop meeting.
2) At the FNCA 2004 Workshop on Radioactive Waste Management in two years time, discussion will be held over ways to assess the result of this project to allow implement of future development to be based upon the project review.
3) The FNCA workshop participants should continuously review suggested topics for discussion, knowledge sharing and mutual understanding.
Views expressed by the Workshop participants on the activities in and after fiscal year 2005 are as follows:
1) Review the outcomes and success of the 3-years plan.
Participants of this Workshop confirmed Indonesia as the next venue for holding the FNCA 2003 Workshop on Radioactive Waste Management. Candidate host country of FNCA 2004 Workshop on Radioactive Waste Management will be determined later.

Participants of this Workshop expressed appreciation to the sponsors of this Workshop, i.e. Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), the Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Ltd. (KHNP) / Nuclear Environment Technology Institute (NETEC) of Korea and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) of Japan, and to cooperation of Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc. (JAIF), and of the IAEA for providing technical support.

These minutes are planned to be submitted to the Fourth FNCA Coordinators Meeting planned March 5-7, 2003, for approval.
Attachment-1 Three Year Work Plan on FNCA Radioactive Waste Management
Attachment-2 Program of the FNCA 2002 Workshop on Radioactive Waste Management
Attachment-3 Participant List

Program of the FNCA 2002 Workshop
on Radioactive Waste Management

November 18-22, 2002
Daejeon, Korea

 
-Sunday, November 17, 2002
 
Move to Daejeon City by Highway Bus from Incheon National Airport.
The highway bus (Airport limousine) starts every 20-60 minutes, and the Number of the gate is 8B of Incheon AP.
It takes about 3 hours from Incheon AP to Daejeon. There is 10 minutes rest at certain service area on the highway after 2 hours ride of the bus.
When the bus reaches at Daejeon, there are three stops, but please get off at the second bus stop, Government Building.
Please catch a taxi there and move to Hotel Riviera Yusong.
 
- Monday, November 18, 2002-
 
<Workshop Venue: Conference Room of KHNP>
KHNP-Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
09:10 Leave Hotel by Hotel Bus
09:30 Arrive at KHNP
09:30 - 10:00 Meeting of VIP
10:00 - 10:30 Opening Ceremony (Greeting ceremony)
Opening Address
(Mr. Nobuo Tachikawa, MEXT)
Welcome Address
(Mr. Tae-Soo Hahn, NETEC)
Congratulatory Address
(Dr. Sang-Duk Sa, MOST)
Introduction of Attendants
10:30 - 10:40 Coffee Break
Note) Poster Session: From Tuesday to Thursday
Poster session will be held at conference room. And poster explanation will be held, too.
(For example, please see Tuesday's evening)
< SESSION 1 : Country Report >
(20 minutes for presentation + 5 minutes for Q & A)
Co-Chair Persons: The Philippines, Vietnam (Ms. Valdezco, Dr. Tran Kim Hung)
10:40-11:05 Australia Mr. Lubi Dimitrovski (ANSTO)
"Radioactive Waste Management in Australia"
11:05-11:30 Korea
Dr. Ho-Sin Choi (KINS)
"Radiation Sources in Korea"
11:30-11:55 China
Dr. Zhang Jintao (CNNC)
"Transfer of Scrap Metal and Other Materials
Containing Radioactivity Materials across
Borders - Control in China"
11:55-13:30 Taking Group Photo and Lunch
< SESSION1 : Country Report (continued) >
Co-Chair Persons: Korea, Australia (Mr. Sang-Woon Shin, Mr. Lubi Dimitrovski)
13:30-13:55 Indonesia
Dr. Asmedi Suripto (BATAN)
"Indonesia Experiences on the Management of
Spent Radiation Sources"
13:55-14:20 Japan Mr. Tomio Kawata (JNC)
"Radioactive Waste Management in Japan-2002 status"
Mr. Kiichiro Takagi (JNFL)
"Next Project in the Rokkasho LLW
Disposal Center"
14:20-14:45 Malaysia Mr. Nik Marzukee (MINT)
"Transfer of Radioactive Materials across
Borders - Malaysian Perspective"
14:45-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-15:25 The Philippines Ms. Editha Marcelo (PNRI)
"Current Activities in Radioactive
Waste Management"
15:25-15:50 Thailand Mr. Sutat Thiangtrongjit (OAP)
"Current Status of Radioactive Waste
Management in Thailand"
15:50-16:15 Vietnam Dr. Nguyen Ba Tien (ITRRE, VAEC)
"Radium Removal from Radioactive
Wastes in Phung Interim Storage"
16:15-16:40 IAEA Dr. Ramesh Dayal
"IAEA's Activities in Low and
Intermediate Level Waste Disposal"
16:40-16:55 Break
< SESSION 2 : Round table discussion> (1) RWM Consolidated Report
Co-Chair Persons: Indonesia, Malaysia (Dr. Asmedi Suripto, Mr. Nik Marzukee)
16:55-17:30 Brief introduction of RWM consolidated report and how to maintain it and how to use it in effective manner.
Discussions
 
-Tuesday, November 19, 2002-
 
<Conference Room of KHNP>
Chair: Malaysia
09:10 Leave Hotel by Hotel Bus
09:30 Arrive at KHNP
< SESSION 3 : Sub-meeting> (1)RW from Decommissioning
09:30- 09:55 IAEA Dr. Ramesh Dayal
Co-ordinated Research Project
"Disposal Aspects of Low and Intermediate Level Waste"
09:55- 10:20 Korea Dr. Jin-Ho Park (KAERI)
"Dismantling of Hot Laboratories of KRR-2"
10:20- 10:45 Indonesia Mr. Asmedi Suripto (BATAN)
"Radioactive Wastes from Dismantling of Nuclear Facilities"
10:45-10:55 Coffee Brea
10:55-11:20 Japan Mr. Minoru Okoshi (JAERI)
"Experiences of Waste Management during
the JPDR Decommissioning Program"
11:20-11:45 Thailand
Ms. Nanthavan Chantaraprachoom
"Radioactive Waste Management Plan for
Decommissioning of Thai Research Reactor"
11:45-12:10 Korea Mr. Hak-Soo Kim (KHNP)
"Preliminary Estimation of Activation
Products Inventory for KORI unit 1"
12:10-13:30 Lunch
< SESSION 4 >
Sub-meeting (2) Waste Characterization
Co-chair Persons : Thailand, Japan (Mr. Sutat, Mr. Minoru Okoshi)
13:30-13:55 Korea
Prof. Kun-Jai Lee (KAIST)
"Activity Determination and Declaration for Radioactive Waste-Methods and Application"
13:55-14:20 Australia
Mr. Lubi Dimitrovski (ANSTO)
"Characterisation of Radioactive Waste at ANSTO"
14:20-14:45 China Mr. Fan Zhiwen
"Waste Characterization: Requirements and
Challenges"
14:45-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-15:25 Japan
Mr. Kunihiro Nakai (JGC)
"Waste Characterization for the Low-level
Radioactive Wastes in Japan"
15:25-15:50 Korea Mr. Suk-Nam Lim (KHNP)
"Introduction to Plan for Establishment of
Characterization Method of Radioactive
Waste in Korea"
15:50-16:00 Coffee Break
16:00-17:00 Poster Session
Explanation (Part-1)
Title & Presenter
"Activities and Development in Nuclear Fuel Cycle"
by Mr. Akira Sakai (IHI, Japan)
18:00-20:00 Welcome Party Hosted by Korea
Location : Yusong, Daejeon City
 
-Wednesday, November 20, 2002-
 
< Technical Visit of Facilities: Yonggwang Nuclear Power Plant>
09:00 Leave Hotel Riviera
12:00 Arrive at Yonggwang NPP
12:00-13:30 Lunch with some important members at Yonggwang NPP
13:45-15:00 Visit General Facilities such as Visitor's Center etc.
15:10-17:00 Visit Radwaste Treatment Facility of Plant 3 etc.
17:00 Leave for Daejeon
20:30 Arrive at Hotel Riviera
 
-Thursday, November 21, 2002-
 
<Conference Room of KHNP>
09:10
Leave hotel by hotel bus
09:30 Arrive at KHNP
< SESSION 5>
Sub-meeting (3) TENORM
TENORM ; Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material
Co-Chair Persons : Malaysia, Indonesia (Mr. Nik Marzukee, Dr. Asmedi Suripto)
09:30- 09:55 Korea
Prof. Jai-Ki Lee (Han Yang University)
"Survey of Indoor Radon Levels in Korea"
09:55-10:20 Australia

Mr. Lubi Dimitrovski (ANSTO)
"Management of NORM/TENORM Waste in Australia"
10:20-10:45 Japan
Mr. Hiroyuki Ikuse (MMC)
"Management of TENORM related to Uranium
Bearing Waste from Nuclear Fuel Cycle"
10:45-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-11:25 Malaysia Mr. Mohd Yasin Sudin (AELB)
"NORM/TENORM Waste Management and
Issues in Malaysia"
11:25-12:00 Poster Explanation Part-2 Mr. Kazumi Kitayama (NUMO, Japan)
"NUMOs Activities in Japan (HLW Status
in Japan)"
12:00-14:00 Lunch Break
< SESSION 6 >
Sub-meeting (3) TENORM
"Cooperation for Spent Radiation Source Management"
Co-Chair Persons: The Philippines, Thailand (Ms. Marcelo, Mr. Sutat)
14:00-15:15 - Brief summary etc.
Prof. Toshiso Kosako/Mr. Tetsuo Kitada (Japan)
Ms. Eulinia. M. Valdezco (The Philippines)
Ms. Nanthavan Cantaraprachoom (Thailand)
Dr. Asmedi Suripto (Indonesia)
Mr. Sang-Woon Shin (Korea)
15:15-15:45 Coffee Break
< SESSION 7 >
Round Table Discussion (2)
15:45-17:30 Review, Modification on 3-year Plan
Co-Chair Persons: Japan, Australia
(Mr. Kazumi Kitayama, Mr. Lubi Dimitrovski)
 
-Friday, November 22, 2002
 
< Conference Room of KHNP>
09:00
Check-out and Deposit Baggage at the Hotel and Leave Hotel by Chartered Bus
09:30 Arrive at KHNP
09:30-11:50 Closing Session
Co-Chair Persons: Korea, The Philippines
(Mr. Sang-Woon Shin, Ms. Valdezco)
11:50-13:00 Lunch
13:00 Leave KHNP and Return to Hotel Riviera, Yusong
13:20 Arrive at Hotel Riviera
13:40 Take Baggage and then Move to Seoul by Chartered Bus
13:40-16:00 Transportation to Seoul by Chartered Bus
16:00 Arrive at Riviera Hotel Seoul

-Saturday, November 22, 2002
 
Move to Incheon AP and Return to Home Country.
Notes:
1) Accommodation for overseas participants for Sunday 17th to Thursday 21st
Hotel Riviera, Yusong, Daejeon- Brief summary etc.
Address
: 445-5 Bong-Myong-Dong, Yusong-Gu, Daejeon-City, 305-301 KOREA
Telephone
: +82 - 42 - 828 - 4022
Fax : +82 - 42 - 822 - 5250
Web-site : http://hotelriviera.co.kr/
2)Accommodation for Friday 22nd
Hotel Riviera, Seoul
Address
: 53-7 Chongdam-Dong, Kangnam-Gu, Seoul, KOREA
Telephone
: +82 - 2 - 541 - 3111
Fax : +82 - 2 - 546 - 6111
Web-site : http://hotelriviera.co.kr/
3) Workshop will be held at the Conference Room of KHNP/NETEC
KHNP - Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
NETEC - Nuclear Environment Technology Institute
Address
: P.O. Box 149, Yusong-Gu, Daejeon, 305-600 KOREA
Telephone
: +82 - 42 - 870 - 0313 (Person in Charge : Dr. Hyung-Joon Kim)
Fax : +82 - 42 - 870 - 0354 Manager, Policy Development Team
 

List of Participant

The FNCA 2002-Workshop on Radioactive Waste Management
18-22 November 2002, Daejeon, Korea

 
Australia
Mr. Lubi Dimitrovski Head,
Waste Operations & Technology Development,
Nuclear Technology
Australian Nuclear Science & Technology Organization (ANSTO)
Tel & Fax: 61 2 9717 9104 / 9277
Email: lud@ansto.gov.au
 
China
Dr. Zhang Jintao Deputy Director General,
Department of Safety, Protection and Quality
China National Nuclear Corporation
(CNNC)
Tel & Fax: 86 10 6853 1493 / 9375
Email: zjt@cnnc.com.cn
Mr. Fan Zhiwen Division Head, Scientist,
Division of Waste Safety, Waste Management Department
China Institute for Radiation Protection
(CIRP)
Tel & Fax: 86 351 220 3189 / 702 0407
Email: fanzw@public.ty.sx.cn
 
Indonesia
Dr. Asmedi Suripto Director,
Development Center for Radioactive Waste Management,
National Nuclear Energy Agency
(BATAN)
Tel & Fax: 62 21 7587 4262 / 756 0927
Email
tas971@centrin.net.id
asmedi_s@batan.go.id
 
Japan
Prof. Toshiso Kosako Associate Professor,
Research Center for Nuclear Science and Technology,
The University of Tokyo
Tel & Fax: 81-3-5841-2922 / 3818-8625
Email: kosako@rcnst.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Mr. Nobuo Tachikawa Special Staff (in charge of International Cooperation),
Atomic Energy Division,
Research and Development Bureau,
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
(MEXT)
Tel & Fax: 81-3-5253-4161 / 4162
Email: tachikaw@mext.go.jp
Mr. Hiroyuki Ikuse Manager,
Radioactive Waste Management Department,
Nuclear Fuel Cycle Technology Center,
Mitsubishi Materials Corporation
(MMC)
Tel & Fax: 81-3-5800-9311 / 9375
Email: ikuse@mmc.co.jp
Mr. Minoru Okoshi General Manager,
Waste Management Division 1,
Department of Decommissioning & Waste Management,
Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute
(JAERI)
Tel & Fax: 81-29-282-5675 / 5899
Email: ohkoshi@jp104ws.tokai.jaeri.go.jp
Mr. Tomio Kawata Chief Senior Scientist,
Policy and Project Planning Division,
Executive Office for the Policy Planning and Administration,
Japan Nuclear Fuel Cycle Development Institute
(JNC)
Tel & Fax: 81-29-282-0495 / 4915
Email: kawata@hq.jnc.go.jp
Tetsuo Kitada Leader,
Site Planning Group,
Waste Management Department,
Radioactive Waste Management and Nuclear Facility
Decommissioning Technology Center
(RANDEC)
Tel & Fax: 81-3-3591-3091 / 3177
Email: kitadat@randec.or.jp
Mr. Kazumi Kitayama General Manager,
Science and Technology Division,
Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan
(NUMO)
Tel & Fax: 81-3-4513-1501 / 1599
Email: kkitayama@numo.or.jp
Akira Sakai General Manager,
Nuclear Fuel Cycle Project Department,
Energy Systems Division,
Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.
(IHI)
Tel & Fax: 81-45-759-2580 / 2891, 682-8812
Email: a_sakai@ihi.co.jp
Mr. Kiichiro Takagi
General Manager of Radioactive Waste Disposal Planning Dept,
Japan Nuclear Fuel Limited
(JNFL)
Tel & Fax: 81-17-731-1558 / 1569
Email: kiichirou.takagi@jnfl.co.jp
Mr. Kunihiro Nakai Project Manager,
Radioactive Waste Management & Environmental Project Department,
Industrial Project Division,
JGC Corporation
(JGC)
Tel & Fax: 81-45-682-8385 / 8812
Email: nakai.kunihiro@jgc.co.jp
Mr. Mitsutoshi Odera Project Manager,
Asia Cooperation Center,
Japan Atomic Industrial Forum Inc.
(JAIF)
Tel & Fax: 81-3-5777-0753 / 0757
Email: m-odera@jaif.or.jp
Mr. Toshinobu Ejiri Senior Staff,
Asia Cooperation Center,
Japan Atomic Industrial Forum Inc.
(JAIF)
Tel & Fax: 81-3-5777-0753 / 0757
Email: t-ejiri@jaif.or.jp
 
Korea
Dr. Sang-Duk Sa Director,
Radiation Safety Division,
Ministry of Science & Technology
(MOST)
Tel: 82-2-503-7654
Email: sdsa@most.go.kr
Dr. Myung-Jae Song Project Leader of Korea in FNCA-RWM,
General Manager,
R&D Office,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel: 82-42-870-0202
Email: mjsong@khnp.co.kr
Prof. Kun-Jae Lee Professor,
Department of Nuclear & Quantum Engineering,
Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST)
Tel: 82-42-869-3818
Email: kunjailee@cais.kaist.ac.kr
Prof. Jae-Ki Lee Professor,
Department of Nuclear Engineering,
Han Yang University
Tel: 82-2-2290-0466
Email: jklee@rrl.hanyang.ac.kr
Dr. Ho-Sin Choi Principal Inspector,
Radioactive Materials Safety Department,
Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety
(KINS)
Tel: 82-42-868-0289
Email: k059chs@kins.re.kr
Dr. Jin-Ho Park Manager,
Division of Decommissioning Technology Development,
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute
(KAERI)
Tel: 82-42-868-8010
Email: jhpark1@kaeri.re.kr
Mr. Sang-Woon Shin Senior Manager,
Radioactive Waste Treatment Research Group,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel: 82-42-870-0320
Email: swshin@khnp.co.kr
Dr. Jae-Hyouk Kim Senior Manager,
R&D Management Group,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel & Fax: 82-42-870-0310 /0354
Email: jjhkim@khnp.co.kr
Mr. Kyoung-Doek Kim Senior Manager,
Radiation Measurement Group,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel & Fax: 82-42-870-0380
Email: kkd0902@khnp.co.kr
Mr. Chong-Hyun Kim Senior Manager,
Radiation Safety Section,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel: 82-42-870-0305
Email: chkim49@khnp.co.kr
Mr. Suk-Nam Lim Manager,
Safety & Technology Department,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP)
Tel: 82-2-3456-2421

Email: snlim@khnp.co.kr

Dr. Kwang-Sub Choi Manager,
Waste Management Department,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel: 82-42-870-0271

Email: cvb98h@khnp.co.kr

Mr. Byung-Il Choi Manager,
Spent Fuel Storage Research Team,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel: 82-42-870-0371

Email: bichoi@khnp.co.kr

Mr. Hak-Soo Kim Manager,
Radiation Research Team,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel: 82-42-870-0326

Email: hskim007@khnp.co.kr

Dr. Hyung-Joon Kim Manager,
Policy Development Team,
Nuclear Environment Technology Institute,
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co., Ltd.
(KHNP/NETEC)
Tel & Fax: 82-42-870-0313 /0354

Email: khjoon@khnp.co.kr

 
Malaysia
Mr. Nik Marzukee Nik Ibrahim Research Officer,
Waste Management Centre,
Technical Services Division,
Malaysian Institute for Nuclear Technology Research (MINT)
Tel & Fax: 60 3 8925 0510 / 8262 or Fax 8928 2987
Email: marzukee@mint.gov.my
Mr. Mohd Yasin Sudin Director of Enforcement Division,
Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB)
Ministry of Science, Technology & The Environment
Tel & Fax: 60 3 8926 7699 / 8922 3685
Email pbk@aelb.gov.my
yasin@aelb.gov.my
 
The Philippines
Ms. Eulinia M. Valdezco Supervising Science Research Specialist & Head,
Radiation Protection Services,
Philippine Nuclear Research Institute
(PNRI)
Tel & Fax: 63 2 920 8757 / 1646
Email: emv@i-manila.com.ph
Ms. Editha A. Marcelo Senior Science Research Specialist,
Radiation Protection Services,
Philippine Nuclear Research Institute
(PNRI)
Tel & Fax: 63 2 920 8757 / 1646
Email: edithamarcelo@yahoo.com
 
Thailand
Mr. Sutat
Thiangtrongjit
Head,
Radioactive Waste Management Project,
Office of Atoms for Peace
(OAP)
Tel & Fax: 66 2 562 0097 / 561 3013
Email: sutatth@oaep.go.th37
Ms. Nanthavan
Chantaraprachoom
Senior Nuclear Chemist,
Radioactive Waste Management Project,
Office of Atoms for Peace
(OAP)
Tel & Fax: 66 2 562 0097 / 561 3013
Email: nanthavan@oaep.go.th
 
Vietnam
Dr. Tran Kim Hung Director,
Department of International Relations & Planning,
Vietnam Atomic Energy Commission
(VAEC)
Tel & Fax: 84 4 942 1912 / 4133
Email
trankimhung2000@hotmail.com
tkhung3000@hn.vnn.vn
Dr. Nguyen Ba Tien Deputy Director,
Purification Technology Division,
Institute for Technology of Radioactive and Rare Elements (ITRRE, VAEC)

Tel & Fax: 84 4 8 354 526 / 350 966

Email: itrre@hn.vnn.vn
 
IAEA
Dr. Ramesh Dayal Scientific Officer,
Waste Technology Section
Division of Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Waste Technology,
Department of Nuclear Energy
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
Tel & Fax: 43 1 2600 22672 / 26007 22672
Email: R.Dayal@iaea.org
 

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