Peach Bottom SLRA Requests For Additional Information - Set 2 May 3, 2019
 
ADAMS Accession No. ML19249C725

BEYOND NUCLEAR, INC.’S MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE
NEW CONTENTION BASED ON DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 10
TO GENERIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT FOR SUBSEQUENT LICENSE RENEWAL OF PEACH BOTTOM OPERATING LICENSE

Subject: Braidwood, Byron, Calvert Cliffs, Clinton, Dresden, FitzPatrick, LaSalle, Limerick, Nine Mile, Peach Bottom, Quad Cities, Ginna, Three Mile Island, Exelon Fleet License Amendment Request to Revise Emergency Action Level RA3 (EPID L-2019-LLA-0183)
 
ADAMS Accession No. ML19242B052

NEWS FROM BEYOND NUCLEAR

For immediate release: August 26, 2019


Beyond Nuclear vows to fight on against illegal high-level radioactive waste dump targeted at Texas
Atomic Safety and Licensing Board winks at acknowledged violations of federal law

Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Biennial Problem Identification and Resolution Inspection Report 05000277/2019010 and 05000278/2019010
 
ADAMS Accession No.  ML19232A305

Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Security Biennial Problem Identification and Resolution Inspection Report 05000277/2019411 and 05000278/2019411 (Cover Letter Only)

Acceptance Review: Susquehanna Units 1 and 2 License Amendment Request for Advanced Framatome Methodologies for ATRIUM 11

Subject: Acceptance Review: Susquehanna Units 1 and 2 License Amendment Request for TSTF-535
 
ADAMS Accession No. ML19234A122

Subject: Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 -Request for Additional Information - TSTF-500 Implementation LAR (EPID L-2018-LLA-0265)
 
ADAMS Accession No. ML19232A175

Type: 

Contact:
Eric Epstein,
717-635-8615
lechambon@comcast.net

 

TMI-Alert’s Comments on the Closing of Three Mile Island Unit-1

 

Three Mile Island Unit 1 (“TMI-1”) came on line in 1974, and functioned beyond the 40 years it was constructed and designed to operate. The cessation of operations provides the opportunity to decommission and decontamination TMI-1, and remove 1,200 metric tons of high level waste stranded in spent fuel pools.

TMI possesses a skilled work force with unique institutional knowledge that can be deployed to clean the site up to Greenfield.

Three Mile Island Unit-2 (“TMI-2”), the site of America’s worst commercial accident, has not been decontaminate or decommissioned. The closure of TMI-1 allows TMI-2 to be cleaned up 40 years after the core- melt accident.

We need to be vigilant, and ensure out-of-state limited liability companies do not renege on their commitments. Exelon has announced plans to moth ball TMI-1 for 60 years, lay off workers, and abandon the local community.

The next stage of the TMI saga will focus on the cleanup of Three Mile Island.

TMI-Alert supports an expedited cleanup process known as DECON. The organization offered 11 recommendations Before the House Environmental Committee: Testimony of Three Mile Island Alert, Inc. on Nuclear Waste Containment on April 29, 2019.

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