Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works

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Page 58 - (1) byproduct materials; "(2) source materials; "(3) special nuclear materials in quantities not sufficient to form a critical mass.
Page 327 - The NARUC is a quasi-governmental nonprofit organization founded in 1889. Within its membership are the governmental agencies of the fifty States and of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands engaged in the regulation of utilities and carriers.
Page 792 - ... whether the activities under the license would create or maintain a situation inconsistent with the antitrust laws as specified in subsection 105 a.
Page 300 - I want to express my appreciation for the opportunity to appear before you...
Page 57 - Dredged material" means any material excavated or dredged from the navigable waters of the United States. (j) "High-level radioactive waste" means the aqueous waste resulting from the operation of the first cycle solvent extraction system, or equivalent, and the concentrated waste from subsequent extraction cycles, or equivalent, in a facility for reprocessing irradiated reactor fuels, or irradiated fuel from nuclear power reactors.
Page 44 - Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee, I an pleased to be here today to testify on the Nuclear Siting and Licensing Act of 1978.
Page 997 - Today's hearings are designed to provide an opportunity for the subcommittee to hear the Department of Energy, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency describe the Federal Government's policies and programs for nuclear waste management.
Page 296 - Chairman Subcommittee on Nuclear Regulation Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works US...
Page 339 - That the facility represents the minimum adverse environmental impact, considering the state of available technology and the nature and economics of the various alternatives, and other pertinent considerations...
Page 491 - The Forum is an international association of some 600 domestic and overseas member organizations interested in the peaceful application of nuclear energy. These organizations include electric utilities, manufacturers, architect-engineers, consulting firms, mining and milling companies, nuclear fuel service companies, financial institutions, labor organizations, universities, legal firms, and others.

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