At the base of establishing criteria’s selection of a host site for final repository of low and intermediate radioactive waste (LILW) are the study of two major components, the radioactivity diffusion in disposal site and the affecting degree of environment. The hydrological characteristics of formation are the main factors that control radionuclides moving (migration), because, in general, the water is the natural way for dissolving and transport of these in environment. For determination of these characteristics of groundwater that influence radionuclid migration process, we had draw and analysed periodically the groundwater sample from test boreholes realised in Saligny site. The analysis consisted in determination of physical-chemical proprieties of groundwater, such as: pH, conductivity, contents of total dissolved salts, hardness, major concentration of anion and cation species.

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