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The IAEA offers Member States numerous expert review services related to the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. Building on many years of experience in conducting peer reviews in the field of radioactive waste management, the IAEA has developed an integrated review service for radioactive waste and spent fuel management, decommissioning and remediation programmes, referred to as ARTEMIS. Based on the IAEA safety standards, technical guidance and international good practices, ARTEMIS aims to assist in improving organizational performance relating to the issues under review in Member States and to contribute to increased national and international confidence in their activities.
ARTEMIS is the IAEA's new integrated expert peer review service for radioactive waste and spent fuel management, decommissioning and remediation programmes. Based on IAEA safety standards and technical guidance, as well as on international good practices, ARTEMIS is available for Member State organizations, facilities and activities involving radioactive waste or spent fuel management, radiological impact assessments for human health and the environment, the management of residues arising from uranium production as well as the decommissioning and remediation of sites contaminated by radioactive materials.
For queries related to ARTEMIS, please contact: ARTEMIS Contact Point
Due to significant interest in the ARTEMIS reviews, the number of observers present on a review mission has to be limited to 2 representatives to ensure maintaining the quality of reviews for the benefit of the requesting Member State and for organizational reasons. The requests for observers should be made to the IAEA coordinator for the given review. Contact: ARTEMIS.Contact-Point@iaea.org