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除去土壌の海岸防災林への再生利用に関する線量評価(受託研究)

Dose estimation in recycling of removed soil as seaside protection forest (Contract research)

澤口 拓磨; 高井 静霞; 武田 聖司

Sawaguchi, Takuma; Takai, Shizuka; Takeda, Seiji

福島第一原子力発電所事故後の除染活動等によって福島県内で発生した大量の除去土壌等は、中間貯蔵を経た後福島県外で最終処分されることとなっている。最終処分の実現に向けて、環境省は処分量の低減のため、除去土壌に適切な前処理を施し再生資材として管理主体が明確である公共事業等に限定して再生利用する方針を示した。そこで、本研究では、環境省が策定する除去土壌の再生利用に係る指針等に資するため、公共事業における海岸防災林盛土材への再生利用を対象に、安全を確保するための再生資材の放射能濃度および建設条件について検討した。評価の結果、施工時・供用時における作業者および一般公衆の追加被ばく線量が1mSv/yを満たすための再生資材中の放射性セシウム濃度レベルは5,000Bq/kgと算出された。この濃度の再生資材に対して、供用時の公衆の追加被ばく線量を10$$mu$$Sv/yまで低減させるためには、覆土厚さを39cm以上にする必要があることを示した。さらに、再生利用可能な放射能濃度レベルの再生資材を使用した場合に、災害時に作業者および一般公衆が受ける追加被ばく線量が1mSv/yを超えないことを確認した。

After the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident, large quantities of radiocesium-contaminated soil were generated from decontamination activities in the Fukushima prefecture. The removed soil has been stored in the prefecture until its final disposal. To complete the final disposal outside Fukushima prefecture, reducing the disposal volume through recycling can prove effective. The Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOE) has presented a policy to recycle low-radioactive removed soil as recycled materials under the management of public authority. The recycling is limited to civil engineering structures in public projects. In this study, to contribute to guideline development for removed soil recycling by MOE, dose estimation in recycling of removed soil as embankment materials of seaside protection forest was conducted. First, additional doses to workers and the public in construction and service scenarios were evaluated. From the result, the radioactive cesium concentration level of recycled materials, where all additional doses meet the radiation criterion of 1 mSv/y, was derived to be 5,000 Bq/kg. Then, construction conditions were reviewed to reduce additional doses to the public in a service scenario. With the derived radioactivity level of 5,000 Bq/kg, the covered soil thickness of 39 cm or more limited the doses to less than 10 $$mu$$Sv/y. Finally, additional doses in a disaster scenario were evaluated. The doses were confirmed to be below 1 mSv/y when the removed soil of 5,000 Bq/kg was used.

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