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radioisotope thermoelectric generator (RTG) will be completed in

FY 1984.

In FY 1985 the RTG will be fueled and turned over to DOD for demonstration such as in the emergency shelter of the unmanned

short-range radar station of the North Warning System.

In FY 1984

tritium infrared assault landing 118hts were successfully used by

the Joint Special Forces in the invasion of Grenada, and test and

evaluation by the Alaskan Air Command established acceptable pilot

runway light acquisition at d18tances of greater than 6 miles for C-130, A-10, and KC-135 aircraft (Chart 46). In FY 1985 previous

developmental work in radioluminescent lighting (Chart 47) will be

brought to conclusion, and future efforts turned over to the DOD,

CIA, FAA, and the States of Alaska, Virginia, and Washington.

This completes my presentation.

I shall be happy to answer

questions.

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NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION
FY 1984 SUPPLEMENTAL REQUEST
(DOLLARS IN MILLIONS)

TEC REQUEST i
WEAPONS SUPPORT
OPERATING EXPENSES, OR

$ 0.5
84-D-136 ENRICHED URANIUM CONVERSION
FACILITY, OR

$ 20.6 $ 4.4

4.9

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ENVIRONMENTAL

OPERATING EXPENSES, SR
83-D-147 POLLUTION DISCHARGE ELIMINATION,

SR
83-D-148 NONRADIOACTIVE HAZARDOUS

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WASTE MANAGEMENT, SR

22.1

3.5 37.0

TOTAL NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION

$85.8

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9.9

82-D-127 SAFEGUARDS IMPROVEMENTS, SR
• TEC $34.6 MILLION; FY 84 APPROP. $7.0 MILLION

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12.0

84-D-134 SAFEGUARDS AND SECURITY
IMPROVEMENTS PLANTWIDE, SR
• TEC $47.8 MILLION; FY 84 APPROP. $0

(Deleted)

2.0

84-D-137 FACILITY SECURITY SYSTEMS UPGRADE, ID

TEC $10.0 MILLION; FY 84 APPROP. SO
INITIATE DESIGN AND PROCUREMENT
ACTIVITIES

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CHART 12
NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION
FY 1984 SUPPLEMENTAL REQUEST

ENVIRONMENTAL

APPROP.

$30.0

OPERATING EXPENSES, SR
• FUEL FABRICATION AREA SEEPAGE BASIC PHASE-OUT
DEMONSTRATION PROJECT ($15.0 MILLION)

REMOVE HAZARDOUS CONSTITUENTS FROM WASTE
STREAM
- ALLOW DISCHARGE TO SURFACE WATERS IN ACCORD

WITH NPDES
• GROUNDWATER CONTROL ACTIVITIES ($15.0 MILLION)

NOT IN FULL COMPLIANCE WITH CLEAN WATER ACT
SOME GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATED

DECONTAMINATE GROUNDWATER IN M-AREA
- GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION INVESTIGATION

3.5

83-D-147 POLLUTION DISCHARGE ELIMINATION

• TEC $9.65 MILLION; FY 8A APPROP. $2.0 MILLION
• CONTROL LIQUID EFFLUENTS
• ADVANCES COMPLETION 9 MONTHS

3.5

83-D-148 NONRADIOACTIVE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT

• TEC $22.1 MILLION; FY 84 APPROP. $3.0 MILLION • TREAT AND DISPOSE OF HAZARDOUS WASTES • ADVANCES COMPLETION BY 6 MONTHS

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PRODUCTION INITIATIVES

RESTORATION
IDAHO RESTORATION
PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENTS
MARK 15 CORES
SPECIAL ISOTOPE SEPARATION
PROCESS FACILITY MODIFICATION
REACTOR SAFETY

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SUBTOTAL

26.7 $ 253.5

25.7 $ 327.5

OTHER
NAVAL REACTOR SUPPORT
TOTAL MATERIALS PRODUCTION

$ 120.0
$1,621.7

$ 121.0 $1,864.2

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