Posiva publishes Working Reports and Posiva Reports. From the year 2006 nearly all the reports have been published on our webpage and they can be found in the databank. In the databank you can also find our Annual Reviews and some other publications as well. You can also find print-quality pictures and useful links in the databank.

Recent publications

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Workreport 2018-25

Downscaled Tests on Buffer Pellet Behavior in Steel Cells

Halonen, M., Adesola, F.O.

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Workreport 2018-10

Testing Backfill Performance Under Early Inflow in a 1:6 Scale Deposition Tunnel Test Device

Martikainen, J., Marjavaara, P., Leino, T.

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Workreport 2016-57

EDZ Study Area in ONK-TKU-3620: Determination of Seismic Wave Velocities at Six Load Levels, Petrophysical and Rock Mechanical Properties of Drill Core Specimens

Jacobsson, L., Kjell, G., Brander, L., Kiuru, R.

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Workreport 2016-56

EDZ Study Area in ONK-TKU-3620: Discrete Fracture Network Based Modelling of Microcrack Systems in Drill Core Specimens and Comparisons with Petrophysical Measurements

Kovács, D., Dabi, G., M. Toth, T., Kiuru, R.

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Workreport 2016-42

EDZ Study Area in ONK-TKU-3620: Association Analysis of Petrophysical and Rock Mechanics Data

Kiuru, R.

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Nuclear Waste Management Plans and Annual Reports (YJH Reports)

Nuclear Waste Management at Olkiluoto and Loviisa Power Plants: Reviw of Current Status and Future Plans for 2019-2021


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Workreport 2019-9

Drilling of Grouting Holes and Water Loss Measurements in the Final Disposal Facility Canister Shaft 2017 – 2018

Toropainen, V.

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Workreport 2015-41

Flow and Electrical Conductivity Measurements During Long-Term Pumping of Drillhole OL-KR6 at Olkiluoto, Results from January 2014 and June 2014 Measurements

Pekkanen, J.

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Workreport 2019-19

Greenland ICE Project, Final Report

Harper, J., Maierbachtol, T., Humphrey, N.

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Workreport 2019-45

The Results of Monitoring at Olkiluoto at 2018, Environment

Sojakka, T., Lipping, T.

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