Decommissioning Projects: B-212 Pu Gloveboxes

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This hard sided containment tent was used as the size reduction facility for the dismantling of the gloveboxes.

This hard sided containment tent was used as the size reduction facility for the dismantling of the

A typical laboratory after the completion for the decommissioning work.  This area is ready for a final radiological survey to document completion of the work to the established criteria for the project.

A typical laboratory after the completion for the decommissioning work. This area is ready for a

Final status survey measurement of residual radiation levels are performed by the work crew.

Final status survey measurement of residual radiation levels are performed by the work crew.

Final status survey measurement of residual radiation levels are performed by the work crew.

Final status survey measurement of residual radiation levels are performed by the work crew.

A typical laboratory before any work was performed.  In this project there were 9 labs with over 60 gloveboxes total dispersed through the labs.

A typical laboratory before any work was performed. In this project there were 9 labs with over 60