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B Presentations and Committee Activities 1. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., January 3-5, 2001 Controlling the Release of Solid Materials Richard A. Meserve, Chairman, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission EPA's Clean Materials Program Craig Conklin, Office of Air and Radiation, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Revision of DOE Requirements for Control of the Release of Materials for Re-use and Recycle Andrew Wallo, Office of Environmental Safety and Health, U.S. Department of Energy Controlling Release of Solid Materials Current Approach Anthony Huffert, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Controlling Release of Solid Materials Public Input Frank Cardile, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Controlling Release of Solid Materials International Status Robert Meck, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Controlling Release of Solid Materials Technical Bases Robert Meck, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 192
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APPENDIX B 193 2. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., March 26-28, 2001 Radiological Clearance: An Industry Perspective Paul Genoa, Nuclear Energy Institute NAS Release of Radioactive Material George Vanderheyden, Exelon Maine Yankee Atomic Power Company: Decommissioning Update William O'Dell, Entergy Corporation Big Rock Point Restoration Project Kurt Haas, Consumers Energy Release of Solid Materials Ellen Heath, Duke Engineering Envirocare of Utah, Inc.: The Safe Alternative Charles Judd, Envirocare Vehicle Radiation Monitoring Systems Jas Devgun, American Nuclear Society Presentation to National Research Council Committee on Alternatives for Controlling the Release of Solid Materials from NRC-Licensed Facilities Gary Visscher, American Iron and Steel Institute Radiation and Steel Anthony LaMastra, Health Physics Associates Restricted Recycling of Metals Gordon Geiger, University of Arizona National Academy of Sciences Presentation Eric Stuart, Steel Manufacturers Association Washington State's Perspective on Controlling the Release of Solid Materi als from Nuclear Facilities John Erickson, State of Washington, Division of Radiation Protection Presentation to National Academy of Sciences Henry Porter, S. C. Department of Health and Environmental Control Comments on Clearance Rules John Erickson, Organization of Agreement States . Position Statement of CRCPD Kathleen McAllister, Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors
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194 APPENDIX B Radioactivity in Solid Waste David Alla rd. State of Pennsylvania Bureau of Radiation Protection Federal Solid Waste Disposal Regulations Bob Dellinger, US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste Radioactive Materials Found in Municipal Waste and Recycle Materials Greg Smith, Radiation Service Organization Statement to the Committee Dan Guttman, Attorney-at-law Committee Must Safeguard Public Health and Allow More Public Interest Input David Ritter, Public Citizen Radioactive Waste and Materials Release and Recycling Diane D'Arrigo, Nuclear Information and Resource Service Presentation to Committee on Alternatives for Controlling the Release of Solid Materials from NRC-Licensed Facilities Jens Hovgaard, Exploranium G.S. Ltd. Radioactive Waste Management at Stanford Linear Accelerator Steven Frey, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Brokering, Assaying, and Releasing "Potentially Clean" Waste Al Johnson, Duratek, Inc. Demolition Waste and Metals Recycling Al Johnson, Duratek, Inc. Comments of the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association Robert Garbini, National Ready Mixed Concrete Association 3. Committee Subgroup Site Visit to ATG, Richland, Washington, April 16, 2001 4. Committee Subgroup Site Visit to Duratek Inc., Oak Ridge, Tennessee,,June 1, 2001 5. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., June 12-15, 2001 Discussion of EPA Technical Support Document Robert Anigstein, Sanford Cohen & Associates
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APPENDIX B Discussion of NUREG- 1640 Robert Meck, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Recyclable Metallurgical Scrap Metal for the Steel Industry Ray Turner, Health Physicist, David J. Joseph Company Scope of International Regulations Gordon Linsley, Waste Safety Section, International Atomic Energy Agency Application of the Concepts of Clearance in the European Union Augustin Janssens, Environment Directorate-General, European Commission A Nuclear Decommissioner's Views on Clearance Levels Shankar Menon, OECD/NEA Cooperative Programme on Decommissioning Stakeholder Involvement Strategies for Highly Technical and Controversial Issues Janesse Brewer, Senior Facilitator, The Keystone Center SAIC Organizational Conflict of Interest Dan Guttman, Attorney-at-Law 195 A Histoncal Perspective on the NRC Public Participation Process After the BRC Policy Francis Cameron, Special Counsel for Public Liaison, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission 6. Committee Subgroup Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., July 16-18, 2001 7. Committee Subgroup Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., July 30-August 1, 2001 8. Committee Meeting, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, August 29-31, 2001 9. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., November 19-20, 2001