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CHART 18 DEFENSE PROGRAMS – NUCLEAR MATERIALS

SECURITY PROJECTS

• FY 1985 REQUEST OF $35.8M CONTINUES CONSTRUCTION OF

SECURITY PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS & FACILITIES AT RL, SR, & ID

RL PROJECTS 85-D-136 (TEC $3.3M), COMPONENTS PROTECTION
SYSTEM AT N RX & 85-D-137 (TEC $4.4M), VAULT SAFETY SPECIAL
NUCLEAR MATERIAL INVENTORY SYSTEM
- $5.8M FUNDING

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SR PROJECTS 84-D-134 (TEC $47.8M), PLANT WIDE SAFEGUARDS &
SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS & 82-D-127 (TEC $34.6M) SAFEGUARDS
IMPROVEMENTS
- $21.6M FUNDING

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• ID PROJECTS 84-D-137 (TEC $10M), FACILITY SECURITY SYSTEMS

UPGRADE AND 82-D-128 (TEC $5.4M) PLANT PERIMETER SECURITY
SYSTEMS UPGRADE
- $8.4M FUNDING

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CHART 19 NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION

FY 1985 BUDGET REQUEST

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION UPGRADES

AT SR (FY 84 & FY 85)

• GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION INVESTIGATION

INCLUDING MONITORING WELLS • FUEL FABRICATION AREA

- DECONTAMINATION OF GROUNDWATER - EFFLUENT TREATMENT FACILITIES

- DECOMMISSIONING OF SEEPAGE BASIN • DEFINITION OF SRP GEOHYDROLOGY • COMPREHENSIVE COOLING WATER STUDIES • DECOMMISSIONING OF VARIOUS HAZARDOUS WASTE SITES REPROCESSING AREA EVALUATIONS - EFFLUENT TREATMENT FACILITIES - DECOMMISSIONING OF SEEPAGE BASIN

CHART 20

NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION

FY 1985 BUDGET REQUEST

FACILITY RESTORATION PROGRAM

PROGRAM OBJECTIVE IS TO CORRECT ACCUMULATED
DEFICIENCIES TO RESTORE THE OPERATING CAPABILITIES
OF THE PRODUCTION COMPLEX

• TOTAL PROGRAM COST, EXCLUDING IDAHO, IS $462 MILLION FUNDED OVER 6 YEARS

• FY 1985 FUNDING REQUEST IS $84.5 MILLION AUTHORIZATION AND APPROPRIATION - $72.8 MILLION PROJECT 82-D-124 - $11.7 MILLION OPERATING EXPENSE

• THROUGH FY 1984 CONGRESS HAS AUTHORIZED AND APPROPRIATED $315 MILLION FOR THIS PROGRAM

CHART 21

IDAHO FUEL PROCESSING

RESTORATION
(PROJECT 85-D-139)

• REQUIRED BY 1992 TO PROCESS PLANNED RECEIPTS OF

NAVAL REACTORS SPENT FUEL

• RECOVERED HIGHLY ENRICHED URANIUM PROVIDES PRINCIPAL SOURCE OF FUEL FOR SR REACTORS

PROVIDES THE MOST COST-EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE FOR
MEETING NAVAL FUEL RECEIPT REQUIREMENTS AND
FUELING SR REACTORS BASED ON CURRENT
COST/BENEFIT ANALYSES

• RESTORES AGING PILOT PLANT BUILT IN 1951 TO DEMONSTRATE NAVY FUEL PROCESSING CAPABILITY

PRELIMINARY PROJECT TEC $230M – FY 1985 REQUEST $10M FOR DESIGN

CHART 22

SR FUEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

• U-236 BUILDUP IN SRP REACTOR FUEL REDUCES

PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY

PSP TECHNOLOGY PROVIDES COST-EFFECTIVE MEANS FOR REMOVING U-236, RESTORING PRODUCTIVITY, AND REDUCING REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW HIGHLY ENRICHED URANIUM

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• MARK-15 CORES INCREASE PU EQ. PRODUCTION

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• UNIT COSTS OF PU PRODUCED

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FY 1985 FUNDING PROVIDES FOR PURCHASE OF SEU FROM GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANTS, COMPLETION OF FACILITY STORAGE MODIFICATIONS, AND INITIATION OF PRODUCTION OF MARK-15 CORES AT OR AND SR

PARTIAL CONVERSION OF SR REACTORS PLANNED FOR FY 1986

CHART 24
SPECIAL ISOTOPE SEPARATION

PROGRAM SUMMARY

• AVLIS PROCESS SELECTED FOR PRODUCTION

PROTOTYPE – FY 1983

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• DOE/OSTP TECHNICAL REVIEW – FY 1984

AVLIS INTEGRATED EQUIPMENT PROCESS
DEMONSTRATION – FY 1987

PRODUCTION PROTOTYPE OPERATION - FY 1989 (ONE
YEAR DELAY)

• FULL PRODUCTION CAPABILITY – FY 1991 (ONE YEAR

DELAY)

CHART 25 PROCESSING FACILITIES

MODIFICATIONS

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• ADDS

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DISSOLUTION CAPABILITY TO PUREX

REQUIRED FOR PROCESSING DOE-OWNED PU-BEARING FUELS, E.G., FFTF (FFTF FUEL CONTAINS OVER 3 MT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS ORIGIN FUEL GRADE PU VALUED AT MORE THAN $1.2 BILLION)

FACILITY DESIGN AND EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING
INITIATED FY 1984

NO ADDITIONAL FUNDING REQUESTED IN FY 1985.
PROJECT COMPLETION BEING DELAYED 1 YEAR
CONSISTENT WITH SIS DELAY. PFM RECOVERED PU
COULD BE UTILIZED FOR BLENDING IN THE LONG TERM
WITHOUT SIS.

• TEC $155 MILLION

CHART 26

REACTOR SAFETY

• FY 1985 BUDGET INCLUDES $14.4 MILLION OPERATING AND

$11.3 MILLION CONSTRUCTION

• OPERATING FUNDING PROVIDES:

- REACTOR OPERATOR TRAINING AT SR AND RL
- REACTOR SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT AT RL
- MODIFICATIONS TO SR AND RL REACTORS TO REDUCE THE RISK

OF ACCIDENTS

PROJECT 82-D-126, REACTOR SAFETY AND RELIABILITY, TEC $40.6 MILLION - RL – $5.5 MILLION FOR EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN PANEL AND CONTROL

ROOM ISOLATION
- SR – $5.8 MILLION FOR COMPLETING REACTOR SIMULATOR

TRAINING FACILITY AND REMOTE DETECTION AND CONTROL
CAPABILITY

CHART 27

NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION

FY 1985 BUDGET REQUEST
NEW CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

(DOLLARS IN MILLIONS)

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85-D-131 GENERAL PLANT PROJECTS, VL
85-D-132 PLANT ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
85-D-136 COMPONENTS PROTECTION

SYSTEM, 100-N AREA, RL
85-D-137 VAULT SAFETY SNM INVENTORY

SYSTEM, RL 85-D-139 FUEL PROCESSING RESTORATION,

IFPF, ID 85-D-140 PRODUCTIVITY AND RADIOLOGICAL

IMPROVEMENTS, FMPC, OR
85-D-142 U20g FUEL TUBE FACILITIES, SR
85-D-145 URANYL NITRATE TO OXIDE

CONVERSION FACILITY, SR
TOTAL NEW CONSTRUCTION

PROJECTS
*PARTIAL DESIGN ONLY.

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