Danish Decommissioning

Danish Decommissioning, formerly known as Forskningscenter Risø.
The Institution Dansk Dekommissionering was established in September 2003
– with the purpose of taking over the responsibility for the nuclear facilities at the Risø Research Centre.


Handling of radioactive water from different process related to nuclear activity:
such as decontamination cabins and certain washing facilities.


With the out phasing of activities on the nuclear area, the old evaporator became obsolete due to:
size, noise level, energy consumption and the constant need for monitoring.
A more modern solution was required.


Commissioning of an Envotherm ET200 E•MVR system, which can clean op to 1.200 m³ radioactive wastewater per year.
The advantages over the previous solution was multiple: Compact design, internet monitoring, low service cost,
low noise level, low energy consumption and great flexibility in case the system would need relocation at a later stage.

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The new evaporationsystem is more efficient, use less energy and can run by itself.
Anna Warberg Larsen, Operating Engineer
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