Part 1 | Introduction, systematics and basic legal concept

  • Concept of radioactive waste
  • The waste management concept of the Atomic Energy Act (§ 9a) with its distribution of responsibilities
    • Polluter pays principle
    • Obligation for conditioning, interim storage, delivery
    • Obligation to set up federal repositories
  • Definitions and terms relating to radioactive waste - in law and in practice
  • The reorganisation in the repository sector 2013/17: BGE and BASE
  • The reorganisation of waste disposal responsibility in 2017: BGZ, waste disposal fund, Waste Management Transition Act
  • Nuclear Waste Disposal Ordinance (AtEV) 2018
  • Administrative structure and responsibilities in the waste sector

Part 2 | Legal framework for heat-generating (highly radioactive) waste

  • The waste management concept of the AtG: History and current status
  • Interim storage: Authorisation (incl. container approval) and supervision
  • The return of waste from reprocessing, the regulation in the StandAG and the BMUB's "overall concept" of June 2015
  • Site selection according to the StandAG

Part 3 | Legal framework for low-level and intermediate-level radioactive waste/residual materials, release and surrender

  • Overview and residual material concepts; residual materials and radioactive waste
  • Conditioning and interim storage of radioactive waste
  • Legal transfer of interim storage to the public sector
  • Final storage in the Konrad mine, final storage conditions Konrad
  • Release and surrender, release from nuclear law

Date                 18 April 2024

Location WEBINAR

Price                     1.049,- €

Speaker              Dr Christian Raetzke | Lawyer, Leipzig

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