LT     /    EN
Main page Sitemap Write us Print version
General information
General information

The order of issuing of permits for the import, export, transit or transportation is determined in the Regulations on import, export, transit and transportation of radioactive materials, radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel in Republic of Lithuania, approved by the Order No V-1271/22.3-137 of the Minister of Health on 24 December 2008. The permits are issued and shipments are carried out according to requirements of the Council Directive 2006/117/Euratom of 20 November 2006 on the supervision and control of shipments of radioactive waste and spent fuel (OJ L 337, 5.12.2006, p. 21–32) and the Council Regulation (Euratom) 1493/93/Euratom of 8 June 1993 on shipments of radioactive substances between Member States (OJ L 148, 1993 6 19, p. 1–l7). 

32 permits for the import, export, transit or transportation of radioactive materials and 13 permits for transportation of radioactive waste were issued in 2012 in Republic of Lithuania (1 pic.).

General information

Most of the sources of ionizing radiation were transported between Member States. Unsealed sources containing radionuclides I-125, I-131 and Tc-99m (used in nuclear medicine) take largest share of Lithuania import of sources.

2 picture shows dynamic of issued permits for the import, export, transit and transportation of radioactive materials and waste in period 2009–2012.

General information

Last update: 30 Apryl 2013

Our location
Kalvarijų 153,
LT-08352, Vilnius

ph. +370 5 236 19 36
fax +370 5 276 36 33
Kilus bet kokiems su darbuotojų, gyventojų, pacientų radiacine sauga susijusiems klausimams, prašome kreiptis į Radiacinės saugos centrą. Atsakome į klausimus bei konsultuojame:

Vilniuje, Kalvarijų g. 153, pirmadieniais ir trečiadieniais 8.00 – 17.00 val., antradieniais ir ketvirtadieniais 7.00 – 17.00 val., penktadieniais 8.00 – 15.45 val. (pietų pertrauka 12.00 – 12.45 val.) tel. (8 5) 236 1936 arba el. paštu;

Kaune, Aušros g. 44, darbo valandomis tel. +370 608 06187 arba el. paštu;

Klaipėdoje, Bijūnų g. 6, darbo valandomis tel. +370 608 06185 arba el. paštu;

Šiauliuose, Vilniaus g. 229, darbo valandomis tel. +370 608 06198 arba el. paštu

Pasistengsime Jums suteikti rūpimą informaciją. - Interneto reitingai, lankomumo statistika, lankytojų skaitliukai

The web site was updated under the auspices of Swedish Radiation Safety Institution (now SSM)