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2009-06-18
Carried out radiological investigations of wood products

The radiological investigations of the selected samples from the Lithuanian manufactures of wood products are carried out in accredited aboratory of the Radiation Protection Centre.
2009-06-16
Radiological investigations for public of Lithuania are carried out free of charge

To make sure, that used fuel is not contaminated with radionuclides, public members can address Radiation Protection Centre or its divisions in Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai with the request to carry out investigations of radioactive contamination.
2009-06-15
Regarding the wood pellets laced with a radioactive cesium

Information in the press was released that Italian authorities secured wood pellets contaminated with cesium 137. In the statements announced that the wood pellets contaminated with cesium 137 have been exported to Italy from Baltic States or from Lithuania.
2009-01-29
Expert from IAEA visited Radiation Protection Centre

Industrial processes involving naturally occurring radioactive materials can potentially cost enhanced exposure to workers and public. Elevated levels of naturally occurring radionuclides can be in raw materials, products, concentrated in by-products, residues and waste, and scaled on surface of installations. Investigation and assessment of radiological impact are very important from the radiation protection viewpoint.
2008-12-04
Participants of the training course visited Radiation Protection Centre

On 26-27 November participants of the training course under the Technical Cooperation Project RER/9/092 “Strengthening National Infrastructures for the Control of Radiation Sources (TSA-1)” organized by International Atomic Energy Agency in Vilnius visited Radiation Protection Centre.
2008-11-06
Regional Training Course

 
On 4-28 November the International Atomic Energy Agency and the Radiation Protection Centre are organizing regional training course under the Technical Cooperation Project RER/9/092 “Strengthening National Infrastructures for the Control of Radiation Sources (TSA-1)” for regulators in Vilnius.
2008-10-15
Regional Workshop

On 13-17 October International Atomic Energy Agency and Radiation Protection Centre organized a regional seminar on "Experience in Safety Assessment Driving Corrective Actions at Near Surface Depositories" in Vilnius, "Caroline" conference centre. 
2008-09-09
Workshop due to Ignalina Programme project “Support to Activities of the Radiation Protection Centre Related with Radiation Protection in Decommissioning of the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant”.

On 1-5 September chief specialists from Radiation Protection Center Division of Radiological Research L. Pilkytė, A. Skripkienė and A. Čiuberkytė participated in workshop in Germany due to Ignalina Programme project finansed by European Commission “Support to Activities of the Radiation Protection Centre Related with Radiation Protection in Decommissioning of the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant”.
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