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Rusche, B. C..................................
San Martin, R. L .................
Smedley, E. E.......................
Trivelpiece, Dr. A. W ...........
Vaughan, J. W., Jr ...........
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Mr. Bevill. How do these costs affect the price of separative work to DOE customers?

Dr. Rossin. These costs would amount to about $6 per SWU in the price of separative work over the next 10 years.

Mr. Bevill. Since the diffusion complex was originally constructed for defense purposes, how does DOE determine how much of these costs should be allocated to Defense users versus civilian customers?

Dr. Rossin. If any environmental, health, safety, safeguards, or security project can be identified specifically for Defense Programs, then the cost for the project or operation is funded by Defense Programs. Other environmental, health, safety, safe guards, or security costs will be allocated fairly in the future and costs not related to commercial uranium enrichment environmental projects will be shown separate ly in our budget.

Mr. Bevill. How does the program balance cost requirement for these activities in light of the need to stay within annual revenues?

Dr. Rossin. In order to provide adequate funding for these activities, we have de ferred nonessential operating and program support activities and we are minimizing power purchases for the gaseous diffusion plants and utilizing preproduced invento ry to meet customer deliveries.

Mr. Bevill. What would be the impact of holding costs for these activities to a constant level of $25 million per year? $30 million? $35 million?

Dr. Rossin. The Uranium Enrichment budget request related to environmental, safety and health compliance, and safeguards and security is predicated upon meeting the standards contained in the National Environmental Policy Act, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Toxic Substances Control Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compen sation and Liability Act, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, together with var ious state and Federal regulations (including the Department of Energy's require ments on environmental monitoring, radiation protection, nuclear criticality safesy, physical protection of facilities, and nuclear material accountability).

The $25 million level would require more than a 65 percent decrease in our pro jected program for EH&S activities levels, with the $30 million level resulting in an almost 60 percent decrease, and the $35 million level resulting in a more than 50 percent decrease. These levels would require significant reduction of environmental monitoring programs. Remedial characterization and remedial action efforts would be affected, which could cause Resource Conservation and Recovery Act enfone ment action. Operational compliance would be affected, which could cause Natronal

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Appropriated Funds.....

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Basalt-Type Repositories.....

995
Budget Amendment ...................

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Byproducts Utilization..

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Community Impact Assistance.....

1087
Congressional Guidance.

1010
Consultation and Cooperation Agreements

1014
Court Decisions Pending.

848
Defense Waste Disposal ..

856
Department of Defense .........................

854
Environmental Assessments.

996
Exploratory Shaft Drilling ..................

...... ........ 1009, 1094
Extended Fuel Burn-up Program..............

1099
First Repository..

1001
Funding in FY 1987 .............

1116
Lead Canisters .......................

1100
Litigation ........................................

............... 1081, 1096
Mission Plan Revision ..............

..... 843, 846, 1005, 1110
Monitored Retrievable Storage .......

.............. 848, 1002, 1011, 1085, 1108
Nuclear Regulatory Commission .. ..............

1015
Nuclear Waste Fee ..............

1089
Opening Statement...............

841
Oregon Waste Fund Impact ...

852
Recoverable Minerals ....

998
Regulatory Delays........

1090
Research Needs

1013
Revenues from Defense Programs ...................

1091
Revenues ......

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Second Repository ............. ........................

844, 848, 1095, 1117
Site Characterization Plan ................

1012
Site Characterization ......................

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Site Selection Criteria ..............

1019
Statement of Ben C. Rusche..

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Storage Capacity .........................................

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Transportation and Systems Integration ...............

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Transportation Systems ........

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Waste Repository Sites....

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Babcock and Wilcox Plants...
Biennial Appropriation ......
Buy American .....................
Clean Coal ..
Coal Research ...........................
Compact Ignition Tokomak...............
Defense Activities .............
Defense Production Reactors ..........
Electricity Demand..
Energy Crisis...............
Energy Research Programs....
Energy Security Study .........................
Environment, Safety and Health ......
Ethanol Project Plant Status.....
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Geosciences.......
Grant Program ................
High Energy Physics Research .
Magnetic Fusion .......
Naval Petroleum Reserves ........
NOVA Operation ....
Nuclear Energy Research................
Nuclear Waste ............
Oil Import Fee ....................
Oil Imports .......
Personnel Levels
Power Marketing Administrations ...
Prefinancing...
Repayment Reform ............
Reprogrammings ...........
Research and Development...
Research Funding..
Revenues.
Secretary of Energy ....................
Solar and Renewables .............
Solar Energy Program ..............
Statement of John S. Herrington ........
Strategic Defense Initiative ..............
Strategic Petroleum Reserve ............
Superconducting Super Collider
TVA Demand Charge ..................
University Facilities ..............
University Research Funding. ............
Uranium Enrichment .........................
Waste Management ...........
Water Cooled Breeder Reactor ............
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Advanced Light Water Reactor Program............
Advanced Nuclear Systems ............

............. 741, 811 Advanced Reactor Research and Development ..................

662, 785 Advanced Reactors ..........

620, 626 Allocation of Funds Argonne National Laboratory-West (ANL-W)..............

734 Biography of Dr. A. David Rossin .....

840 Breeder Reactors..

627 Budget Priorities .......

623 Byproducts Utilization .............

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745 Changes to Preliminary Budget Guidance Funding Levels.

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747 Cost of Regional Irradiator Facilities...

635 Defense Activities ....... .......................................

631 Demonstration Projects ....

653 Dynamic Isotope Power System (DIPS) ....

804 Energy Technology Engineering Center (ETEC)........

735 Facilities ...............

815 Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Project ....... ...................... Fuel Cycle Technology ......... FY 1987 and FY 1988 LMR Program Funding Allocation.

671 Grand Junction Remedial Action Project ...............

825 Hanford Engineering Development Laboratory (HEDL).... High Flux Isotope Reactor ...........

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762 High Temperature Gas-Cooled Reactor ...... Impact of Remedial Action Program Reductions International Activities ........ International Nuclear Programs ........

641 Light Water Reactors ............................

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669 List of TMI Accomplishments

707 LMR Design ......

788 LMR Technology

789 Low-Level Waste Program .............

836 Metal Fuel R&D Modular HTGR...

791 Multimegawatt Space Nuclear Power Project ........ Multimegawatt Terrestrial Powerplant Project..... .................

809 Nuclear Energy Program Major Facilities............... Nuclear Energy Program Budget and Staff levels.

726 Nuclear Energy Program Major Facilities ............ ........................................ 727, 730 Nuclear Energy Research and Development .........

776 Nuclear Fission.. .............

764 Nuclear Generating Units in the U.S..............

637 Nuclear Plant Applications..

641 Nuclear Plant Orders ............................. Nuclear Plants Standardization...............

625 Opening Statement...

619 Overview .........

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..... Remedial Action and Waste Technology ...............

............... 622, 818 Remedial Action Program ........ Remedial Action Project Schedules ...............

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