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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)

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• 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. PEM RECOVERED PU
COULD BE UTILIZED FOR BLENDING IN THE LONG TERM
WITHOUT SIS.

• TEC $155 MILLION

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REACTOR SAFETY

• FY 1985 BUDGET INCLUDES $14.4 MILLION OPERATING AND

$11.3 MILLION CONSTRUCTION

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• 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

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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 UzO8 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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NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION

FY 1985 BUDGET REQUEST CONTINUING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

(DOLLARS IN MILLIONS)
(CONTINUED)

THRU FY 1984 FY 1985
TEC
BIA

BIA 83-D-148 NON-RADIOACTIVE

HAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT,
SR

$ 22.1 $ 7.5

$ 11.5 83-D-180 FACILITY STORAGE MODIFICATIONS, VL

15.8
9.3

6.5 82-D-124 RESTORATION OF

PRODUCTION CAPABILITIES,
PHASE II, III, IV, AND V, VL 367.3 231.8

72.8 82-D-126 REACTOR SAFETY AND RELIABILITY, VL

40.6
27.5

11.3 82-D-127 SAFEGUARDS IMPROVEMENTS, SR

34.6
27.9

6.7 82-D-128 PLANT PERIMETER SECURITY SYSTEMS UPGRADE, ID

5.4
5.0

0.4 82-D-136 FUEL PROCESSING FACILITIES UPGRADE, ID

46.0
45.0

1.0 82-D-201 SPECIAL PLUTONIUM RECOVERY FACILITIES, SR 65.8

37.0

28.8 $176.3

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NUCLEAR MATERIALS PRODUCTION
FY 1985 BUDGET REQUEST

HIGHLIGHTS

• CONTINUES CURRENT PRODUCTION BASE ACTIVITIES IN

FY 1985

• SUPPORTS PRODUCTION INITIATIVES BEGUN IN PREVIOUS
YEARS

FUNDS FACILITIES RESTORATION PROGRAMS, INCLUDING IDAHO
FUNDS FIRST FULL YEAR OF PUREX OPERATIONS
FUNDS FIRST YEAR OF L REACTOR OPERATION AT SAVANNAH RIVER

CONTINUES MARK 15 ACTIVITIES
- CONTINUES SPECIAL ISOTOPE SEPARATION R&D
- CONTINUES NEW PRODUCTION REACTOR STUDIES

• FUNDS URANIUM ENRICHING SERVICES FOR MATERIALS

PRODUCTION AND NAVAL REACTORS

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ALL OTHER TO BE RETRIEVED IF BENEFITS JUSTIFY
COSTS AND RISKS

OTHERWISE: STABILIZE IN PLACE

RETRIEVED TRU WILL BE MADE ACCEPTABLE TO WIPP

IMMOBILIZED HIGH LEVEL WASTE TO COMMERCIAL
REPOSITORY BARRING ADVERSE IMPACTS ON
DEFENSE PROGRAMS

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