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Presentation to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Nuclear Energy Agency (OECD/NEA), 2nd meeting of the Ad hoc Expert Group on "Radioactive Waste in Perspective" 6-7 November, 2007, Paris, with the title "Properties, volumes and current disposal and re-use of residues from thermochemical energy production". The oral presentation is here (8,4 MB).


Presentation to the OECD/NEA:s Nuclear Development Committee - NDC, 55th meeting, 2-3 December, 2008, here ( 0,7 MB). (December 2008). 


Presentation to the conference Decommissioning Challenges: an Industrial Reality? 28 September - 2 October, 2008 in Avignon, France. Title: Regulation evolution in Sweden with emphasis on financial aspects of decommissioning. The paper is here (0,1 MB)  and the oral presentation here (1,8 MB). (December 2008).


Presentation to the Second International Conference on Environmental Economics, Cadiz, Spain, 28-30 May, 2008. Title: Estimations of costs for decommissioning of nuclear facilities and their relations to various features and processes. The paper is here (0,8 MB) and the oral presentation here (1,8 MB). (December 2008).


Financial Planning as a Tool for Efficient and Timely Decommissioning of Nuclear Research Facilities. Paper (0,33 MB) and poster (0,75 MB) presented at the international conference Decommissioning, Decontamination and Reutilization (DD&R) 2007, Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 16-19, 2007 organized by the American Nuclear Society (ANS). (December 2008). 


Cost calculations at early stages of nuclear research facilities in the Nordic countries. Paper (1,7 MB) and poster (0,15 MB) presented at the 11th International Conference on Environmental Remediation and Radioactive Waste Management ICEM2007 September 2-6, 2007, Oud Sint-Jan Hospital Conference Center, Bruges, Belgium(December 2008).   


Nordic project on cost calculations for decommissioning of nuclear research facilities financed by  Nordic Nuclear Safety Research (www.nks.org) and the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM)  (www.ssm.se), together with Institutt for Energiteknikk in Norway, Risø National Laboratory in Denmark,  Studsvik Nuclear in Sweden and Tekniska Forskningscentralen in Finland. Tekedo AB has been responsible for the co-ordination of the work. A report from the project can be found here (23,2 MB). (December 2008).


Classification of waste according to the European Union Directive 91/689/EEC on hazardous waste from a Swedish application perspective. Paper (72 kB) and oral presentation (2,9 MB) presented at an international meeting at Paignton, Great Britain, June 12-16, arranged by the Chartered Institution of Waste Management - CIWM. (December 2008).


Environmental qualification of wood-based ash. Ash was qualified for use in the final cover for the landfill at Tveta outside Södertälje in Sweden. It is operated by Telge Återvinning AB. The work on environmental qualification has been presented at an international meeting in Kalmar, Sweden 28-30 november 2005 "Kalmar ECO-TECH ´05 and The Second Baltic Symposium on Environmental Chemistry". The oral presentation is here (2,3 MB) and the paper here (123 kB). (December 2008).


About Internet and electronic mail. It is apparent from the counters on  www.tekedo.se and www.tekedo.com that the webb sites of  Tekedo have surprisingly high intensities of traffic. This is very satisfactory and pleasant. Less amusing is the management of all the junk mails which appear as a result of this popularity. Therefore, unsolicited offers are referred to garm@helgrind.org while decent people are referred to an address which is shown on a special sign which is coded as an image which can only be read visually. Please excuse any inconvenience that this might cause. The junk mail problem may also be behind the fact that only a few have subscribed to the Tekedo Newsletter. It will therefore be discontinued. (December 2003).