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Olkiluodon VLJ-Iuolan pohjavesikemian tulokset vuoden 1996 näytteistä

Writer:

Virve Vaahtera

Language:

Finnish

Page count:

25

Summary:

Working report: ABSTRACT

V. Vaahtera, 1997. Groundwater chemistry results from the VLJ-repository at
Olkiluoto in 1996.

The VLJ-repository, the final disposal facility for the low-and intermediate level
operating waste was taken into operation on the island of Olkiluoto in 1992. With a
bedrock monitoring programme, including three permanent groundwater monitoring
stations, PVA1-3, the groundwater chemistry has been followed since 1989. The
monitoring programme during the operation phase of the reposit includes groundwater
sampling every fifth year since 1994. In 1995 it was decided to make yearly
complementary groundwater analyses from the VLJ-repository within the safety research
of the final disposal of spent fuel.

This study presents the groundwater sampling methods and results of laboratory analysis
of the groundwater samples in the VLJ-repository in 1996. The appendix 1 contains all
the analysis results from Olkiluoto VLJ-repository during 1989-1996.

ABSTRACT

V. Vaahtera, 1997. Groundwater chemistry results from the VLJ-repository at
Olkiluoto in 1996.

The VLJ-repository, the final disposal facility for the low-and intermediate level
operating waste was taken into operation on the island of Olkiluoto in 1992. With a
bedrock monitoring programme, including three permanent groundwater monitoring
stations, PVA1-3, the groundwater chemistry has been followed since 1989. The
monitoring programme during the operation phase of the reposit includes groundwater
sampling every fifth year since 1994. In 1995 it was decided to make yearly
complementary groundwater analyses from the VLJ-repository within the safety research
of the final disposal of spent fuel.

This study presents the groundwater sampling methods and results of laboratory analysis
of the groundwater samples in the VLJ-repository in 1996. The appendix 1 contains all
the analysis results from Olkiluoto VLJ-repository during 1989-1996.

Keywords:

VLJ-repository; groundwater; Olkiluoto

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