2 edition of Regulation of Federal radioactive waste activities found in the catalog.
Regulation of Federal radioactive waste activities
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards
by Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards in Washington
Written in English
Manuscript completed February 1979, published September 1979
|Statement||Robert Dale Smith and others|
|Series||NUREG ; 0527/summ, NUREG -- 0527/summ|
|Contributions||Smith, Robert Dale, 1929-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||10|
The Regulation of Hazardous Waste. Broadly speaking, the generation, handling, and disposal of hazardous wastes are regulated by the interaction of two federal statutes. The primary federal law regulating hazardous wastes is officially known as the Solid Waste Disposal Act. In , Congress amended that statute with the Resource Conservation. Federal guidance developed by the FRC provided the basis for most regulation of radiation exposure by Federal and State agencies, prior to the establishment of the EPA. In , the responsibility for developing Federal guidance for radiation protection was transferred from the FRC to the newly formed EPA under Executive Order and.
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a high-level overview of key activities that produce radioactive waste information about how radioactive wastes are managed The second part is a series of fact sheets. capitalised terms used in this regulatory guide are defined in FANR Regulation for Pre- Disposal Management of Radioactive Waste (FANR-REG) or in the Federal Law by Decree No 6 of , Concerning the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy (i.e. the Nuclear Law).File Size: KB.
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Get this from a library. Regulation of Federal radioactive waste activities: report to Congress on extending the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's licensing or regulatory authority to Federal radioactive waste storage and disposal activities.
[Robert Dale Smith; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards.]. Get this from a library. Regulation of Federal radioactive waste activities: summary of report to Congress on extending the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's licensing or regulatory authority to Federal radioactive waste storage and disposal activites.
[Robert Dale Smith; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Material Safety and Safeguards.]. Regulation of some activities associated with radioactive waste is covered under either the Nuclear Materials or Nuclear Reactors regulatory programs.
For example, regulation of uranium mill waste is covered under the Nuclear Materials program. (See Uranium Recovery.) Responsibilities. (m) “Low-level waste” means radioactive waste not classified as high-level radioactive waste, transuranic waste, spent nuclear fuel, or the byproduct material defined in Section 11(e)(2) of the Atomic Energy Act of (42 U.S.C.
Sec. (e)(2)). For purposes of this subdivision, the following definitions shall apply. disposal management of Radioactive Waste as well as the impact of the anticipated Disposal option as it becomes known so that the Safety, security and safeguards aspects and the effectiveness of the Pre-disposal management of Radioactive Waste may be considered in an integrated manner.
The Nuclear Waste Policy Act (NWPA) supports the use of deep geologic repositories for the safe storage and/or disposal of radioactive waste. The Act establishes procedures to evaluate and select sites for geologic repositories and for the interaction of state Regulation of Federal radioactive waste activities book federal governments.
It also provides a timetable of key milestones the federal. The report focuses on the management and regulation of post-fission radioactive waste generated in the U.S.
This includes so-called high-level balanced against the benefits to be derived from activities which produce the waste and the consequences if those activities were stopped. The radioactive waste management and regulation.
The main objectives of Radioactive Substances Regulation are to establish and maintain control over the keeping, use and security of radioactive materials including sealed radioactive sources and.
A revised draft of the Policy Statement, “Volume Reduction and Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management,” was published in the Federal Register for comment on Aug (76 FR ), with the comment period ending on Octo PART SUBPART A - FINAL AUTHORIZATION DOC: (84) Key Words: Radioactive Waste, Equivalency Regulations: RCRA (27) 40 CFR (a)(4) Subject: State Regulation of Radioactive Waste Addressee: Ernesta B.
Barnes, Regional Administrator, Region X Originator: Lee M. Thomas, Assistant Administrator Source Doc: #^1(84) Date:. Improving the regulation and management of low-activity radioactive wastes Article in Health Physics 91(5) December with 7 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Improving the Regulation and Management of Low-Activity Radioactive Wastes asserts that LAW should be regulated and managed according to the degree of risk they pose for treatment, storage, and disposal.
Current regulations are based primarily on the type of industry that produced the waste--the waste's origin--rather than its risk. Abstract. This year the Federal Law 'On Radioactive Waste management' was adopted in the Russian Federation.
The law significantly changes the existing radioactive waste management regulatory system and assigns a lot of new tasks in order to implement new principles and overcome inevitable respective difficulties.
Energy Policy Act of FR Citation: 66 FR (J ) Standards for Disposal of Low-Activity Mixed Waste Environmental Radiation Protection Standards for the Disposal of Low-Activity Mixed Radioactive Waste (40 CFR ) - These standards would establish conditions under which mixed waste may be disposed of in Resource Conservation.
SEPA and NRW, now consists of two documents ‘Basic Principles of Radioactive Waste Management’, and ’The Management of Higher Activity Radioactive Waste on Nuclear Licenced Sites’ [; ]. These were published following further consultation with regulatory staff, the nuclear industry and other Size: KB.
There are a number of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, ordinances, and standards that pertain to the laboratory activities and conditions that affect the environment, health, and safety.
These are reviewed briefly in this chapter. For safety laws and standards described in detail elsewhere in this book, this chapter will refer to that section. Regulation of 'Low-Activity' Radioactive Wastes Should Be Based on Risk WASHINGTON -- Wastes containing small concentrations of radioactive material should be regulated based on the risk they pose rather than the type of industry that produced them, as is currently the case, says a new report from the National Academies' National Research Council.
Nuclear Regulation & Regulators. Argentine Nuclear Regulatory Authority (ARN) – The ARN reports to the President of Argentina and regulates and controls nuclear activities regarding radiological and nuclear safety, physical protection and nuclear non-proliferation.
Association Vincotte Nuclear (AVN) – This is a non-profit organization licensed by the Belgian authorities. Nuclear regulatory authority. The Belgian public authorities are: The Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC), and the Belgian Agency for Radioactive Waste and Enriched Fissile Materials (ONDRAF/NIRAS).
The supervision of all nuclear activities is within the responsibility of the Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC), which constitutes the Safety Authority. Management of Radioactive Waste Regulations, IN exercise of the powers conferred by article 3 of the National Interest (Enabling Powers) Act, the Prime Minister has made the following regulations: Citation and commencement.
(1) The title of these regulations is the Management of Radioactive Waste Regulations. the Safety of Radioactive Waste Disposal”, with emphasis on long-term safety issues and the dialogue between regulators and implementers of disposal systems about the resolution of these issues.
The Workshop was organized by a programme committee composed of representatives of .The Low-Level Radioactive Waste Policy Act (Public Law ) assigned each state the responsibility for providing disposal capacity for the low-level radioactive waste (LLW) generated within its borders, except for certain LLW generated by the activities of the federal government.Notification of Regulated Waste Activity (EPA Form ) and RCRA Hazardous Waste Part A Permit Application (EPA Form ) Provides information to help you determine if you need to notify the EPA or your state authorities about wastes you generate or handle as well as how to properly notify them if you are required to do so.