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Peach Bottom Independent Spent Fuel Storage IR

PEACH BOTTOM ATOMIC POWER STATION – INDEPENDENT SPENT FUEL STORAGE INSTALLATION SECURITY
INSPECTION REPORT 07200029/2016401

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Peach Bottom Units 2&3 Security Inspection Report 2016404

PEACH BOTTOM ATOMIC POWER STATION UNITS 2 and 3 - SECURITY INSPECTION REPORT 05000277/2016404 AND 05000278/2016404

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SUMMARY OF JULY 26, 2016, PUBLIC MEETING ON STATUS OF ASSOCIATED EFFECTS SUBMITTALS RELATED TO THE REEVALUATED FLOOD HAZARDS AT EXELON GENERATION COMPANY, LLC SITES AS PART OF THE RESPONSE TO NEAR-TERM TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATION 2.1, "FLOODING"

SUMMARY OF JULY 26, 2016, PUBLIC MEETING ON STATUS OF ASSOCIATED EFFECTS SUBMITTALS RELATED TO THE REEVALUATED FLOOD HAZARDS AT EXELON GENERATION COMPANY, LLC SITES AS PART OF THE RESPONSE TO NEAR-TERM TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATION 2.1, "FLOODING"

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SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2– INTERIM STAFF EVALUATION RELATING TO OVERALL INTEGRATED PLAN IN RESPONSE TO PHASE 2 OF ORDER EA-13-109 (SEVERE ACCIDENT CAPABLE HARDENED VENTS) (CAC NOS. MF4364 AND MF4365)

SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2– INTERIM STAFF EVALUATION RELATING TO OVERALL INTEGRATED PLAN IN RESPONSE TO PHASE 2 OF ORDER EA-13-109 (SEVERE ACCIDENT CAPABLE HARDENED VENTS) (CAC NOS. MF4364 AND MF4365)

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SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2 – SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION NEEDED FOR ACCEPTANCE OF REQUESTED LICENSING ACTION RE: REQUEST TO ADDRESS SECONDARY CONTAINMENT ACCESS OPENINGS (CAC NOS. MF8214 AND MF8215)

SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2 – SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION NEEDED FOR ACCEPTANCE OF REQUESTED LICENSING ACTION RE:  REQUEST TO ADDRESS SECONDARY CONTAINMENT ACCESS OPENINGS
(CAC NOS. MF8214 AND MF8215)

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SUMMARY OF JULY 26, 2016, PUBLIC MEETING ON STATUS OF ASSOCIATED EFFECTS SUBMITTALS RELATED TO THE REEVALUATED FLOOD HAZARDS AT EXELON GENERATION COMPANY, LLC SITES AS PART OF THE RESPONSE TO NEAR-TERM TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATION 2.1, "FLOODING"

SUMMARY OF JULY 26, 2016, PUBLIC MEETING ON STATUS OF ASSOCIATED EFFECTS SUBMITTALS RELATED TO THE REEVALUATED FLOOD HAZARDS AT EXELON GENERATION COMPANY, LLC SITES AS PART OF THE RESPONSE TO NEAR-TERM TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATION 2.1, "FLOODING"

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PA DEP News Release : 2014 Air Emissions Inventory for Unconventional Natural Gas Operations Released

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
Dept. of Environmental Protection
Commonwealth News Bureau
Room 308, Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg PA., 17120

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
08/17/2016

CONTACT:
Neil Shader, DEP

 
2014 Air Emissions Inventory for Unconventional Natural Gas Operations Released

Harrisburg, PA – According to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) latest inventory of air emissions for the unconventional natural gas operation industry, several categories of contaminants have increased.

The inventory represents 2014 emissions from Marcellus Shale natural gas production and processing operations as well as compressor stations that receive gas from coal gas, conventional, and unconventional well sites. Air emissions from the industry are required to be reported to DEP under Pennsylvania’s Air Pollution Control Act.

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NRC Sends Confirmatory Action Letter to Westinghouse Nuclear Fuel Facility Outlining Corrective Actions

NRC Sends Confirmatory Action Letter to Westinghouse Nuclear Fuel Facility Outlining Corrective Actions‌

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has sent a Confirmatory Action Letter to the Westinghouse nuclear fuel fabrication facility in Columbia, S.C., acknowledging corrective action commitments the company will complete before restarting some of its uranium processing operations.

In May, during an annual maintenance shutdown, plant employees discovered an accumulation of uranium-bearing material in a scrubber system, which is designed to remove unwanted material from a number of plant processes. There were no actual safety-related consequences as a result of the accumulation of the material, but the potential for such consequences may have existed. After an analysis showed the amount of uranium was much higher than anticipated, the NRC launched an inspection to review the issue.

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Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 – Interim Staff Evaluation Relating to Overall Integrated Plan in Response to Phase 2 of Order EA-13-109 -Severe Accident Capable Hardened Vents

Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 – Interim Staff Evaluation Relating to Overall Integrated Plan in Response to Phase 2 of Order EA-13-109 -Severe Accident Capable Hardened Vents

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