IAEA expert mission visit

In the period from 6-th to 10-th November IAEA expert mission was held, which was organized by Ministry of sustainable development and CETI. Within the mission there were 3 experts:

  • Dennis Reisenweaver, Enercon Federal Services, USA
  • Shaun Guy (Michale Campbell), private consultant (Great Brittain/Austria)
  • Milutin Jevremović, Nuclear facilities of Serbia

IAEA experts were hosted by representatives of CETI, Nikola Svrkota – Head of dosimetric and noise measurement unit and Tomislav Andjelic – Head of radionuclide analysis unit.

CETI was a host of mission, in cooperation with Ministry of sustainable development and tourism, whose aim was consultation on further activities on location where remains of airplane engines are located, and making of Decommission plan  and/or revision of current decommission plan of radioactive waste warehouse.

IAEA expert mission visit

Centre for Eco-Toxicological Research hosted IAEA expert mission, which was organized by Ministry of sustainable development and tourism within the cooperation with International atomic energy agency (IAEA).

Within the expert mission, CETI hosted a visit from mrs.  Vasiliki Kamenopoulou, Technical officer on the national project MNE 9006 „Improvement of the regulatory infrastructure in the field of nuclear and radiation safety” and Tamara Djurovic  – Head of Department for Air and Noise Protection in the Ministry for sustainable development and tourism.

Director of Sector for laboratory diagnostics and radiation protection, Danijela Sukovic, presented CETI as a institution, scope of activities and role of CETI in realization of monitoring programs and management of warehouse for radioactive waste.

Nikola Svrkota, Head of the unit for dosimetric and noise measurement, introduced the guests with equipment which CETI owns in the area of radiation protection and competency of units which deal with work in that area.

Ms. Tamara Djurovic  informed everyone about the project and planned activities, while mrs. Kamenopoulou gave a short review about her task and obligations on this expert mission and in general on the project. Special attention was paid to the equipment requested through the project as well as technical specifications of equipment. Possibility for education of personnel through the project was presented, and large number of visits, trainings etc. which are foreseen in the project.

Ms. Kamenopoulou visited CETI Laboratory, as well as warehouse for radioactive waste, and expressed her pleasure regarding good cooperation between Ministry and CETI, and about all capacities of CETI.

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Inspectors from International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) visited CETI

On April 28 2016 inspection of CETI was performed by inspectors of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Inspectors checked CETI buildings (Laboratory), Storage for radioactive waste and all relevant documentation.

Management of Sealed Radioactive Sources, Including Radioactive Lightning Rods – IPA 2009

For those who are interested in more detailed information about the project in which CETI participated successfully and which concerns the removal and storage of radioactive lightning rods in Montenegro, we provided a brochure that can be downloaded:  Management of sealed radioactive sources, including radioactive lightning rods – IPA 2009

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Compliments for the Project

Montenegro has won praise for the successfully done job of removal and storage of spent radioactive sources.

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Predstavnici IAEA nastavili susrete i prezentovali mogućnosti saradnje

U sklopu posjete delegacije Međunarodne agencije za atomsku energiju (IAEA) Crnoj Gori, predstavnici IAEA obišli su Centar za ekotoksikološka ispitivanja (CETI), gdje su razgovarali sa direktoricom te institucije Nadom Medenicom. Nakon posjete CETI – ju predstavnike Agencije primila je sekretarka Ministarstva nauke Smiljana Prelević.

Conference of International Atomic Energy Agency

58th IAEA General Conference in Vienna, Austria

In the period 23-24 September 2014, as part of the 58th General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria, scientific forum was held: Radioactive waste: Facing Challenges – Science and Technology for Safe and Sustainable Solutions.

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Activities on the management of disused sealed radioactive sources

The activities on the management of disused sealed radioactive sources and radioactive waste have been continued.

After the successful completion of the regional project – IPA 2009 Programme for Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection entitled: “Management of sealed radioactive sources, including radioactive lightning rods and strengthening the effectiveness of the regulatory infrastructure in the field of radiation protection in Montenegro, Macedonia and Kosovo”, the activities related to good management of disused sealed radioactive sources of radiation have been continued.

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