TMI: Decommissioning Fund Status Report

Three Mile Island Nuclear Station Unit 2 - 2011 Decommissioning Fund Status Report - Request for Additional Information, License: DPR-73, Docket: 50-320.

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2.206 Petition Regarding Boiling Water Reactors

2.206 Petition Regarding Boiling Water Reactors with Mark I and Mark II Containment Designs
 
ADAMS Accession No.: ML112800606

TMI: NRC Initial Operator Licensing Examination Report 05000289/2011301

THREE MILE ]SLAND NUCLEAR STATION, UNIT 1 - NRC INITIAL OPERATOR LICENSING EXAMINATION REPORT O5OOO289/2011301

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TMI: NRC Integrated Inspection Report 05000289/2011004

Three Mile Island -Three Mile Island Station, Unit 1 - NRC Integrated Inspection Report 05000289/2011004

ADAMS Accession No. ML113080106

NRC INVESTIGATION REPORT NO. 1-2011-034

From the NRC:

Dear Mr. Collins:
This refers to the investigation by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission's (NRC) Office of Investigations (Ol) that was conducted at Exelon's Three Mile lsland (TMl)facility, and completed on July 7, 2011. The investigation was conducted to determine, in part, whether you, a contractor employee, deliberately failed to report a June 2010 arrest on a personal history questionnaire (PHQ) you completed on July 28, 2010, to obtain unescorted access authorization (UAA) to the site. Based on the results of the Ol investigation, the NRC has concluded that you deliberately violated Title 10 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Section 73.56(dX2), "Personal history disclosure," which requires, in part, that any individual who is applying for UM shall disclose the personal history information that is required by the licensee's access authorization program, including any information that may be necessary for the reviewing official to make a determination of the individual's trustworthiness and reliability. The PHQ required that you disclose all legal actions; however, you failed to record that you had been arrested on drug-related charges on June 13,2010.

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Susquehanna: Audit of the Licensee's Management of Regulatory Commitments

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2 – Audit of the Licensee’s Management of Regulatory Commitments (TAC Nos. ME7014 and ME7015)

ADAMS Accession No.: ML11264A002

PPL's Water Use Plan for Bell Bend Nuclear Power Plant

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THIS IS AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RECEIPT OF YOUR SUBMISSION TO THE ADJUDICATORY DOCKET OF THE NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION, MAINTAINED BY THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.  YOUR SUBMISSION WILL BE CONSIDERED FOR PLACEMENT ON THE APPROPRIATE ADJUDICATION DOCKET.

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Last Summer at the Compound -novel describing life in a family compound near the Pilgrim nuclear power plant

About the book:

A novel describing life in a family compound near the Pilgrim nuclear plant during the summer after the Fukushima disaster. For five generations the extended family has spent quiet secluded summers in the shingled houses on a beautiful ocean front property. The family's reaction to the dangers of the nearby nuclear power plant, combined with what is happening in their own lives, brings up the question of selling the property.

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Rain of Ruin: The stirring account of a young woman's life as a clerk for the Top Secret Manhattan Project

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Military leaders and historians have told the story of the atomic bomb. But the official accounts never focus on the thousands of ordinary Americans who helped make it happen. Rain of Ruin tells the story from their point of view for the first time. It follows Agnes Jenkins Flaherty, an eighteen-year-old country girl, as she takes her devout religious faith and towering sense of responsibility to wartime Washington, D.C. to work with the Manhattan Project. She quickly finds love in the city, but her budding romance is overshadowed by a growing sense of terror when she learns, from the Top Secret documents crossing her desk, that project scientists think setting off the bomb might destroy the earth. Agnes escapes that prospect, but not the heartbreaking disappointment and tragedy that follow. (Note: Rain of Ruin is based on the author’s mother’s true-life experience.)

 

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Study says contamination from damaged TEPCO nuclear plant 20 times earlier estimate, NHK says

From the Tokyo Reporter:

The amount of radioactive cesium released after the March 11 nuclear disaster in Fukushima Prefecture is 20 times higher than reported by the plant’s operator, French scientists said, according to Japan’s NHK news service.

The French government’s nuclear research institute, IRSN, said its calculations show 27.1 thousand terabecquerels of radioactive cesium 137 leaked from the crippled Tokyo Electric Power Daiichi power plant by the middle of July. That number is about 20 times the estimate by the plant’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power Company, NHK said.

The French institute says leakage from the damaged nuclear facility continues to contaminate nearby waters and has called for continued testing of marine products, the Japanese broadcaster said.

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