Sources of Radiation Dose from Nuclear Plants

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– N-16 Gamma Rays (BWR Turbine Buildings)
– Gamma Rays – On-Site Dry Fuel Storage (ISFSI)
– Gamma Rays – On-Site Storage of Highly Radioactive Materials (e.g. S/G’s, Turbine Rotors, Heat Exchangers)
– Gamma Rays – Low Level Waste Stored On-Site


– Effluent Releases



– Inadvertent Releases from Leaks & Spills to Groundwater
– On-Site Burial of Radioactive Material
– On-Site Contaminations [10CFR50.75(g)]
(Note – Effluent Release Dose Consequence can be at Select Sites)

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