This paper deals with information on the radioactive waste cementation technology for decommissioning of Salaspils Research Reactor (SRR). Dismantled and segmented radioactive materials were cemented in concrete containers using tritiated water-cement mixture. The viscosity of water-cement mortar, mechanical tests of solidified mortar’s samples, change of temperature of the samples during solidification time and long time leakage of 137 Cs, 14 C, 60 Co and 3 T radionuclides was studied for different water-cement compositions with additives. The pH and electro conductivity of the solutions during leakage tests were controlled. It was shown, that water/cement ratio significantly influences on water-cement mortar’s viscosity and solidified samples mechanical stability. The role of additives — fly ash and Penetron admix in reduction of solidification temperature is discussed. It was found, that addition of fly ash to the cement-water mortar can reduce the solidification temperature from 81°C up to 62°C. The optimal interval of water ratio in cement mortar is discussed. Radionuclides leakage tests show that the release curves has a complicate structure. The possible radionuclides release mechanisms are discussed. Experimental results indicated that additives can significantly influence on the radionuclides release processes from cemented samples. The optimization of cementation of radioactive wastes in concrete containers was performed using mechanical stability, solidification temperature, radionuclide releases and viscosity of mortar.