Application of the SUDOQU methodology: Preliminary Results for Clearance of Objects from the Controlled Area of a Nuclear Facility

In 2016, Bel V started a joint pilot project with RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment), to investigate whether the RIVM-SUDOQU methodology can be applied to determine the effective annual dose resulting from the (re)use of surface-contaminated objects released from a nuclear facility. The obtained results allow gaining a better insight in the mechanisms involved in the development of surface-clearance levels, and are documented in a comprehensive report, which is now available in English on the Bel V website [Link to report].