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एईआरबी निदेश संख्या 01/2010 – ठोस पदार्थों में रेडियोन्यूक्लॉइड्स का अपवर्जन, छुटकारा एवं निर्गम
AERB Directive No. 01/2010
[Under Rule 3, 5 and 6 of the
Atomic Energy (Radiation Protection) Rules 2004] Ref.No. No.CH/AERB/OPSD/25125/2010
dated November 26, 2010 Subject: Exclusion, Exemption and Clearance of Radionuclides in Solid Materials

Radioactive practices in India are governed by the Atomic Energy (Radiation Protection) Rules 2004. As per sections 5 and 6 of the rules and the current IAEA strategy, some of the radioactive practices and sources within practices need not be subjected to regulatory control based on the principle of exclusion, exemption and clearance. The terms exclusion, exemption and clearance are defined as;

  • Exclusion means the deliberate exclusion of a particular category of exposure from the scope of an instrument of regulatory control on the grounds that it is not considered amenable to control through the regulatory instrument in question.
  • Exemption is the determination by the regulatory body that a source or practice need not be subject to some or all aspects of regulatory control on the basis that the exposure (including potential exposure) due to the source or practice is too small to warrant the application of those aspects.
  • Clearance is the removal of radioactive materials or radioactive objects within authorized practices from any further regulatory control by the regulatory body.

The criteria for exclusion, exemption and clearance of radionuclides in solid materials within radioactive practices have been examined by AERB from the consideration of regulatory control. Accordingly, the following directives are hereby issued:

  • Solid materials containing unmodified concentrations of naturally occurring radionuclides in raw materials, except the radioactive materials / waste generated from operation of
  • Uranium and Thorium mining and milling facilities, are excluded from the regulatory requirements. 40K in the human body and cosmic radiation on the surface of the earth also come under exclusion.
  • Exemption of artificial radionuclides in moderate amount of solid materials (upto one tonne) shall be based on the radionuclide levels prescribed in Table-1. For radionuclides of natural origin Table-1 applies if these radionuclides are incorporated into consumer products, or used either as a radioactive source (e.g. 226Ra, 210Po) or for their elemental properties (e.g. thorium, uranium).
  • Exemption / clearance of artificial radionuclides in bulk amount of solid materials shall be based on the radionuclide levels prescribed in Table-2.
  • Clearance of naturally occurring radionuclides in bulk amount of solid materials from any authorized practice shall be based on the radionuclide levels prescribed in Table-3.
  • For exemption / clearance of a mixture of radionuclides in solid materials, the sum of the ratios of the concentration of individual radionuclides present in the solid material to the levels prescribed for the corresponding radionuclide in the respective table shall be less than unity.
  • Exemption / clearance of radionuclides in solid materials in excess of the levels prescribed in the respective tables or those not prescribed shall be subject to the specific approval of AERB.
एईआरबी निदेश संख्या 2013 – असैन्य नाभिकीय दायित्व
एईआरबी निदेश संख्या 02/2011 – विकिरण प्रतीक एवं चेतावनी चिन्ह हेतु विनिर्देश
एईआरबी निदेश संख्या 01/2011 – भवन एवं निर्माण सामग्री तथा कृषि में फॉस्फोजिप्सम का प्रयोग
AERB Directive No. 01/09- Use of Phosphogypsum in Building & Construction Materials & in Agriculture
संरक्षा निदेश संख्या 7, 1999
संरक्षा निदेश संख्या 2, 1991

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