Determination of radioactivity in the environment through radioanalytical methods for qualitative and quantitative determination of the content of radioactive elements in:
The determination is made through the determination of total alpha and beta activity, high-resolution gamma spectrometric analysis, and the scintillation method for alpha and beta emitters.
Determination of the concentration of radioactive inert gases, Radon (222Rn) and Thoron (220Rn) in the environment, homes, schools, kindergartens, bathrooms, mines and other facilities, through active and passive measurement methods as well as exposure assessment in accordance with the applicable legal regulations.
Automatic monitoring for external gamma radiation and measurement of radioactivity in the air.
Continuous monitoring by determining the ambient dose equivalent H*(10) which indicates the level of radioactivity in the air in parts of the RSM territory obtained as a result of on-line measurements made by 8 monitoring stations. (link).