Equivalence to 1,000 MTHM of Spent Fuel: Application of 40 CFR Part 191 to Other Wastes

Compression Planning for Continuous Improvement in Quality Programs

Physical Processes and Effects of Magmatism in the Yucca Mountain Region

Regulatory Requirements to Address Issues Related to Volcanism and Magmatism: Code of Federal Regulations, Title 10, Part 60, Disposal of High-Level Radioactive Wastes in Geologic Repositories

Urban Development on Alluvial Fans
An increasing number of developments has been planned in areas subject to flood hazards. To protect developments from flood damage and to prevent accumulated negative effects on floodplains,...

Affordable Financing—The Crux of Affordable Housing
The improvement of housing affordability through innovation in design and construction has been paid an insufferable amount of lip service by the academics. The fact is that very little...

A Proposed Revised State Zoning Enabling Act

Roundtable Discussion Sessions

Ground Water Management in Arkansas
Arkansas has historically enjoyed plentiful water and has typically resolved water conflicts with case by case application of common law. As agricultural, industrial and domestic water...

United States Metrication and the EC 92
Major Congressional legislation adopted in 1988 was related to USA trade and competitiveness problems of the Nation. The legislation contained a section on metrication that required all...

Bulk Commodity Terminals—Planning for the Future Competitive and Environmental Challenges
The demand upon all industries for better protection of the environment is increasing and the regulations and permit requirements are changing rapidly. Bulk commodity terminal operators...

Lunacy, Legerdemain or Levitation: Legal Assessment of the ASCE Model Water Code
The Water Laws Committee of the ASCE Water Resources Planning and Management Division established a Model State Water Code Task Committee in 1990 which has the task of preparing a text...

We Need to Integrate Water Transportation and Environmental Protection Planning and Policy
There are important connections between environmental natural resources and transportation policies and programs. Such links between air quality and transportation have been recognized...

Implementation of the NPDES Storm Water Regulations by Municipalities in the San Francisco Bay Area
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) final rule for storm water discharge regulation under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requires municipalities...

Dry Weather Field Screening as an Indicator for Urban Drainage System Rehabilitation
In November 1990, EPA published final rules governing National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Application Regulations for stormwater discharges. The rules affect...

Lessons Learned from Utility NRC Licensing Experience

Labeling of the Spent Fuel Waste Package

The Role of Performance Assessment in Validation, Regulation and Public Acceptance

Quality Assurance in a Cask Fleet Parts Control System

Needed Geologic and Seismic Rulemaking for HLW Repositories





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