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Abgaben von Radioaktivität an die Umwelt: Kernanlagen müssen Grenzwerte einhalten

To a certain extent, the public regard radiation from nuclear facilities as more dangerous than that from natural sources or medicinal applications even though there is no scientific justification for this view. Operators of nuclear facilities endeavour to keep radiation releases at a level much below the limits specified in law. The latter are defined in such a way that the limit set by the Swiss Federal Council in the Radiological Protection Ordinance for public exposure to radiation is not exceeded even if very unfavourable assumptions were to apply.

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ENSI-AN-10872 Radiological Protection report 2019 – ENSI-AN-10872 , PDF (6.06 MB)
ENSI-AN-10657 Radiological Protection report 2018 – ENSI-AN-10657 , PDF (9.87 MB)
ENSI-AN-10296 Radiological Protection report 2017 – ENSI-AN-10296 , PDF (11.64 MB)
ENSI-AN-10020 Radiological Protection report 2016 – ENSI-AN-10020 , PDF (7.25 MB)
ENSI-AN-9663 Radiological Protection report 2015 – ENSI-AN-9663 , PDF (3.98 MB)
ENSI-AN-9258 Radiological Protection report 2014 – ENSI-AN-9258 , PDF (12.57 MB)
ENSI-AN-8780 Radiological Protection report 2013 – ENSI-AN-8780 , PDF (3.36 MB)
ENSI-AN-8302 Radiological Protection Report 2012 – ENSI-AN-8302 , PDF (5.23 MB)
ENSI-AN-7872 Radiological Protection Report 2011 – ENSI-AN-7872 , PDF (5.30 MB)
ENSI-AN-7502 Radiological Protection Report 2010 – ENSI-AN-7502 , PDF (8.07 MB)
ENSI-AN-7202 Radiological Protection Report 2009 – ENSI-AN-7202 , PDF (3.11 MB)
ENSI-AN-6803 Radiological Protection Report 2008 – ENSI-AN-6803 , PDF (3.05 MB)
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