Demonstrating compliance aginast environmental obligations
All nuclear facilities have the potential to impact on the environment and there must be an understanding of these impacts to enable compliance with a variety of environmental obligations that change over the lifetime of a facility.
An Environmental Safety Case is the documentation held by an operator that demonstrates compliance with their relevant environmental obligations, often with a focus on the use of Best Available Techniques (BAT) or Best Practicable Means (BPM). An environmental safety case is typically a live case that evolves over time, from project conception, through design, commissioning, operations and decommissioning.
By demonstrating to regulators and that a facility is compliant with environmental obligations and safe to the environment and the public, Environmental Safety Cases are a key process to obtaining authorisations to commence or maintain operations and decommission facilities. An effective Environmental Safety Case will also allow operators to understand the equipment and processes within their facility needed to maintain appropriate environmental safety.
TÜV SÜD provides a full range of services to ensure delivery of a complete Environmental Safety Case including:
How to qualify your safety critical nuclear equipment
Why are we not embracing alternative energies faster?
Discover the compliance of your safety critical nuclear equipment.
Find out how to carry out a successful decommissioning project.
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