Federal Register :: Termination of Uranium Milling

2002-10-4  The procedure describes the NRC review process for making determinations that all applicable standards and requirements have been met before Agreement State uranium milling license termination. Stakeholder's comments are requested on the draft revised procedure before NRC issues the final procedure. DATES: The comment period expires November 4, 2002.

SA-900: Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in

2012-11-21  State uranium milling license termination, as required by 10 CFR 150.15a(a) and Section 274c of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended. We appreciate Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s (CDPHE) effort to follow the suggested format in STP Procedure SA-900 for preparing the CRR and the

Federal Register Notice: Termination of Uranium Milling

2012-11-18  “Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in Agreement States,” and an analysis of comments: “Responses to Comments on the Draft Revision of STP Procedure SA-900.” The procedure describes the NRC review process for making determinations that all applicable standards and

Federal Register :: Termination of Uranium Milling

2001-8-23  The procedure describes the NRC review process for making determinations that all applicable standards and requirements have been met before Agreement State uranium milling license termination. Stakeholder's comments are requested on the draft revised procedure before the completion of the final procedure.

SA-900 Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in

DC. Historically, the NRC has reviewed non-conventional uranium milling license termination requests from Agreement States on a case- by-case basis without any specific guidance. This procedure describes the specific guidance the NRC staff would use to ensure consistency in the process and information that NRC

Programs (STP) Procedure SA-900: Termination of

2021-4-20  uranium milling license termination, as required by 10 CFR 150.15a(a) and Section 274c of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended (Act). We appreciate CDPHE’s effort to follow the suggested format in STP Procedure SA-900. Enclosed is a list of our comments on the draft CRR that we request be addressed before your submittal of the final CRR.

Federal Register :: Termination of Uranium Milling

2003-1-27  The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is announcing the availability of a final revision of the Office of State and Tribal Programs (STP) Procedure SA-900: ``Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in Agreement States,'' and an analysis of

FSME Procedure Approval Termination of Uranium

FSME Procedure Approval Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in Agreement . By Robert J. Lewis, A. Duncan White and William R. Rautzen. Abstract. Any changes to the procedure will be the responsibility of the FSME Procedure Contact. Copies of the FSME procedures will be available through the NRC website.

Status of the Uranium Recovery Program

Termination Process for Conventional Uranium Milling Licenses •Step 1: Licensee documents completed remedial and decommission actions. •Step 2: Agreement State reviews completed closure actions and finds that all standards are met. Prepares Completion Review Report documenting its bases. •Step 3: The Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the

Federal Register :: Termination of Uranium Milling

2002-10-4  A draft revised STP Procedure SA-900 entitled, “Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in Agreement States” was prepared and published for public comment on August 23 2001 in the Federal Register (66 FR 44389). Based on the Working Group evaluation and discussions, comments provided during the teleconference calls and the meeting with

68 FR 3901 03-1751. Termination of Uranium Milling

2003-1-27  On March 29, 2001, the NRC published a notice in the Federal Register (66 FR 17206) announcing the formation of a Working Group composed of representatives from the NRC and Agreement States.The Working Group was tasked to identify areas that need improvements in the NRC concurrence process for uranium milling license termination in Agreement States, and propose a draft

FSME Procedure Approval Termination of Uranium

FSME Procedure Approval Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in Agreement . By Robert J. Lewis, A. Duncan White and William R. Rautzen. Abstract. Any changes to the procedure will be the responsibility of the FSME Procedure Contact. Copies of the FSME procedures will be available through the NRC website.

Chapter 7 Remediation Planning of Uranium Mining

2009-1-1  The termination of milling activities in the early 1990s resulted in both the need to decommission some PChP buildings and to fully convert others. According to the legal requirements which are still in use (SPLKP-91, 1991) for conversion of the former uranium milling facilities, it was necessary to carry out a full inventory of all locations

STP-02-069, 24-SEP-02, PROGRAM, Notice of

2015-5-23  900: TERMINATION OF URANIUM MILLING LICENSES IN AGREEMENT STATES (STP-02-069) The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is announcing the availability of a draft revision of the Office of State and Tribal Programs (STP) Procedure SA-900: Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in Agreement States for review and comment. The procedure

Decommissioning Legacy Uranium Mills in the United States

2011-11-30  • Milling activities in the U.S. peaked in the 1950’s to 1970’s • Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act 1978 • EPA standards at 40 CFR 192 promulgated in 1983, amended 1987 • Final NRC regulations at 10 CFR Part 40, Appendix A promulgated in 1985 (no ground water), amended 1987 • Regulatory framework finalized after the

Remediation of Uranium Sites in Romania Current Stat

2014-12-10  activities of mining and milling of uranium and/or thorium ores Guidelines on the technical requirements for design, sitting, construction,operation, closing and decommissioning termination of nuclear activities and the release of licensing regime” must contain:

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN URANIUM

WMC Copper Uranium (1996) Submission to Senate Select Committee on Uranium Mining and Milling 8 July 1996.p58-62. Woodward A, Mylvaganam A (1993) Effects of uranium mining on the health of workers: findings from Radium Hill.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 6560-50-P 40

2017-1-5  conventional mining and milling were the predominant methods of uranium extraction, and were last amended in 1995. Since the early 1990s, ISR has mostly replaced conventional milling. This proposed rule would strengthen the existing regulations for uranium recovery by adopting new standards addressing groundwater hazards specific to ISR facilities.

68 FR 3901 03-1751. Termination of Uranium Milling

2003-1-27  On March 29, 2001, the NRC published a notice in the Federal Register (66 FR 17206) announcing the formation of a Working Group composed of representatives from the NRC and Agreement States.The Working Group was tasked to identify areas that need improvements in the NRC concurrence process for uranium milling license termination in Agreement States, and propose a draft

FSME Procedure Approval Termination of Uranium

FSME Procedure Approval Termination of Uranium Milling Licenses in Agreement . By Robert J. Lewis, A. Duncan White and William R. Rautzen. Abstract. Any changes to the procedure will be the responsibility of the FSME Procedure Contact. Copies of the FSME procedures will be available through the NRC website.

URANIUM MILL TAILINGS: THE PROBLEM OF

Permission to cease milling operations is not granted until stabiliza 1. 41 Fed. Reg. 22,431 (1976). 2. Legislation to Authorize the Atomic Energy Commission to Enter into a Cooperative Agreement with the State of Utah to Contain and Render Harmless Uranium Mill Tailings;

Decommissioning Legacy Uranium Mills in the United States

2011-11-30  • Milling activities in the U.S. peaked in the 1950’s to 1970’s • Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act 1978 • EPA standards at 40 CFR 192 promulgated in 1983, amended 1987 • Final NRC regulations at 10 CFR Part 40, Appendix A promulgated in 1985 (no ground water), amended 1987 • Regulatory framework finalized after the

Decommissioning and Termination of Activities

2015-11-23  Surface processing facilities for mining and milling of uranium and thorium are subject to decommissioning, and all the considerations in this Safety Guide are applicable to facilities siting and design of a facility until termination of the licence for decommissioning. On the basis of general considerations regarding safety, radiation

Uranium Mill Tailings Remediation Performed by the US

2006-4-25  The radioactive and hazardous nature of waste materials from the uranium mining and milling was poorly recognized during the first uranium boom, driven by the Cold War in the 1940s and 1950’s. From the mid-1940s through 1966, the United States encouraged uranium exploration, mining and milling to produce raw material for nuclear weapons use

Remediation of Uranium Sites in Romania Current Stat

2014-12-10  activities of mining and milling of uranium and/or thorium ores Guidelines on the technical requirements for design, sitting, construction,operation, closing and decommissioning termination of nuclear activities and the release of licensing regime” must contain:

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN URANIUM

WMC Copper Uranium (1996) Submission to Senate Select Committee on Uranium Mining and Milling 8 July 1996.p58-62. Woodward A, Mylvaganam A (1993) Effects of uranium mining on the health of workers: findings from Radium Hill.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 6560-50-P 40

2017-1-5  conventional mining and milling were the predominant methods of uranium extraction, and were last amended in 1995. Since the early 1990s, ISR has mostly replaced conventional milling. This proposed rule would strengthen the existing regulations for uranium recovery by adopting new standards addressing groundwater hazards specific to ISR facilities.

Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act

2016-2-22  Legislation history, as of Jan. 26, 1998 Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act of 1978. Pub. L. 95-604, Nov. 8, 1978, 92 Stat. 3021 (Title 42, Sec. 7901 et seq.)