GSK required their sites at The Frythe, Beckenham and Harlow to undergo radiological survey to assess their radiological status.
To undertake radiological surveys to establish the radiological status of GSK’s site at Beckenham, The Frythe, and Harlow. Then to carry out radiological decommissioning to leave all three sites with no future radiological restrictions.
- Extensive survey work undertaken including the radiological surveying and sampling of multi-storey laboratory buildings, internal ventilation and drainage systems, roof areas around ventilation stacks and outside drains.
- Following the decommissioning work all wastes were disposed of in accordance with the site’s EPR10 permits.
- Subsequent decommissioning work involved dismantling and removal of fume cupboards and their ventilation systems, contaminated laboratory fixtures and fittings and a number of internal drainage systems.
All three site were effectively radiological surveyed and decommissioned to leave them free from any radiological restrictions.
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