Baltic Scientific Instrument (BSI), one of the worldwide leader in the development and fabrication of devices for spectrometric analysis based on semiconductor (HPGe) and scintillation radiation detectors shares couple of videos related to their latest developments for the field of waste management.
Their waste assay monitors are capable of analyzing nuclear wastes packed in 200l, 300l or 400l standard drums. Boxes and other packing are acceptable and considered its geometry can be considered by the software package while doing measurements.
The WAM measuring facility is intended for the measurement and the determination of activities, activity concentrations, total activities and total activity concentrations of the selected radionuclides which emit gamma radiation in a range from 100 to 1500 keV. Total activities are the sum of activities of individual radionuclides; and total activity concentrations are the sum of all activity concentrations of individual radionuclides. Solids and the subjects with an average density up to 2500 kg/m3 located in the standard drums with a volume of about 0.2 m3 are measured.
Have a look:
Hercules https://youtu.be/Rt_urpnZYfI (for standard 200l drums)
Hercules 400 https://youtu.be/dmRxkA_hdOE (for larger drum capacity)
Hercules 400RC https://youtu.be/9Ph-7ozMcxk (different object monitor with roller conveyor)