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In order to obtain the required product, all operations should be carried out in accordance with established procedures and subject to quality assurance requirements . 28. In the operation of treatment systems for gaseous radioactive waste, consideration should be given to: the amount of gas to be treated; the activity; the radionuclides contained in the gas; the concentrations of particulates; the chemical composition; the humidity; the toxicity; and the possible presence of corrosive or explosive substances.
55. The operational programme should be implemented as an extension of the preoperational programme, with account taken of guidance given in Ref. . The samples taken during the operational programme should be similar to those taken in the preoperational programme, but they may be collected at different intervals (for example, milk may be sampled more frequently and sediment less frequently). The operational programme should be reviewed in the light of experience and it should be modified if necessary.
Containers for the storage of radioactive waste should be suitable for their contents and for the conditions likely to be encountered in storage in order that the integrity of the container can be maintained over the necessary storage period. If reasonably practicable, storage vessels, pipes and other plant components that provide containment for radioactive waste should have a further barrier (secondary containment) with sufficient capacity to accommodate safely any leaks or spills. Monitoring devices with alarms set at appropriate levels should be provided as 36 necessary to ensure the detection, location and assessment of any leakage from the containment.