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Locations where the radioactive facilities are located and the number of sources according to their category.
Municipalities within a distance of 1 km around each radiological surveillance facility (IVR). Therefore, municipalities are obliged to draw up a municipal action plan for radiological risk.
Municipalities where the radioactive facilities are located and the number of sources according to their category.
Municipalities that within their territory have a nuclear installation, different from a nuclear power plant. Municipalities with large ports or airports with a significant flow of radioactive goods are also included.
Identification of the municipalities through which the ethylene pipeline passes.
It represents the aproximate route of the ethylene pipelines.
Identification of the municipalities through which the pipeline passes.
The ZIF is defined as the minimum safety strip necessary to ensure the feasibility of self-protection of vulnerable elements in the context of an accident in the transport of hazardous materials. The extent of this area is conditioned by the necessary response time and the intensity of the effects of foreseeable accidents. The distances of the ZIFs for the scenarios of powerful toxic cloud, short-range toxic cloud, severe explosion, flammable cloud and puddle fire are set out in “The DGPC Technical Instruction on Reporting Minimum Conditions that they must comply with the new urban developments to be located within the areas identified as of chemical risk in the transport of dangerous goods by road and rail ”(ITMMPP, hereinafter). http://interior.gencat.cat/web/.content/home/030_arees_dactuacio/proteccio_civil/documents/it001_transcat_dgpc.pdf