Monitoring of radioactivity in drinking water in Republic of Slovenia
Type of project: national project
Duration: 2020 - 2021Project leader: Doc. Dr Benjamin ZorkoCode: Republiški program URSVSCoworkers: Boštjan Črnič, Mag. Denis Glavič-Cindro, Dr Jasmina Kožar Logar, Klara Poiškruh, Dr Marijan Nečemer, Petra Prem, Rok Roš Opaškar, Dr Romana Krištof, Sandi Gobec, Dr Toni Petrovič, Branko VodenikExternal coworkers: Mitja Centrih, Polona Gerjol, Department of Environmental SciencesPartners: Jožef Stefan InstituteLaboratories: LMR - Laboratory for radioactivity measurements, ISMIS - Radioactivity Measurements
The purpose of the monitoring of radioactivity in drinking water is to determine the level of radioactivity in drinking water (Bq / L) and to provide the representativeness of the measured activity concentrations of radionuclide in water for
- Providing the quality of drinking water
- Determining the indicative dose
Pravilniki in uredbe (MZ - URSVS), ki urejajo monitoring radioaktivnosti v pitni vodi:
For more than 30 years, JSI has been providing reliable results of measurements of radioactivity in drinking water with various analytical methods that are properly validated and / or accredited. In cooperation with other stakeholders, it provides expert interpretation of data, it can offer additional training and it can provide sampling equipment.