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CHART 28

BIA

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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 83-D-148 NON-RADIOACTIVE

HAZARDOUS WASTE MGMT,
SR

$ 22.1 $ 7.5 $ 11.5 83-D-180 FACILITY STORAGE MODIFICATIONS, VL

15.8

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

11.3 82-D-127 SAFEGUARDS IMPROVEMENTS, SR

34.6

27.9 82-D-128 PLANT PERIMETER SECURITY

SYSTEMS UPGRADE, ID · 82-D-136 FUEL PROCESSING FACILITIES UPGRADE, ID

46.0

45.0 82-D-201 SPECIAL PLUTONIUM RECOVERY FACILITIES, SR 65.8

37.0

28.8 $176.3

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84-D-130 MODIFICATIONS PROCESS.

ING FACILITY SUBSTATIONS,
SR

$ 5.8 84-D-134 SAFEGUARDS AND SECURITY.

IMPROVEMENTS, PLANT-
WIDE, SR

47.8
84-D-135 PROCESS FACILITY
MODIFICATIONS, RL

155.0 84-D-136 ENRICHED URANIUM

CONVERSION FACILITY
MODIFICATIONS, Y-12 PLANT,
OR

20.6 84-D-137 FACILITY SECURITY SYSTEMS UPGRADE, IFPF, ID

10.0 83-D-146 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL, OR

9.5 83-D-147 POLLUTION DISCHARGE

ELIMINATION, SR

9.7

CHART 30
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
• FUNDS PRIORITY SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL
ACTIVITIES

CHART 31
DEFENSE PROGRAMS
DEFENSE WASTE AND BYPRODUCTS MANAGEMENT

HIGH-LEVEL WASTE AND
TRANSURANIC WASTE STORAGE SITES

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CHART 32 DEFENSE WASTE AND BYPRODUCTS MANAGEMENT

Defense Waste Inventory

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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

CHART 34 DEFENSE WASTE AND BYPRODUCTS MANAGEMENT

MAJOR MILESTONES FOR PERMANENT DISPOSAL OF

DEFENSE HIGH-LEVEL WASTE

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CHART 35 MAJOR MILESTONES FOR PERMANENT DISPOSAL OF

DEFENSE TRANSURANIC WASTE

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THE NEPA PROCESS FOR SHIPMENT OF STORED INEL TRANSURANIC WASTE TO THE WIPP HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

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CHART 37
DEFENSE WASTE AND BYPRODUCTS MANAGEMENT

FY 1985 BUDGET REQUEST

(BA IN MILLIONS)

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