A Nuclear Regulatory Commission Atomic Safety and Licensing Board has denied requests by several petitioners to hold an evidentiary hearing challenging Holtec International’s license application to construct and operate a consolidated interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel in southeastern New Mexico.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has scheduled a public meeting for May 2 to discuss the results of an NRC review of the Global Nuclear Fuel plant’s performance in conducting NRC-licensed activities.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has scheduled an open house for April 18 to provide information and answer questions regarding the safety performance of the St. Lucie nuclear power plant, including the recent annual assessment letter covering all of 2018.
Under a settlement agreement reached with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, a Pennsylvania company is implementing numerous corrective actions and enhancements related to the secure handling of nuclear materials.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will discuss the 2018 safety performance of the Duane Arnold nuclear power plant, operated by NextEra Energy Duane Arnold LLC, during an open house on April 4 in Palo, Iowa.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will conduct a virtual public meeting/webinar on March 25 to discuss enforcement decisions and recent inspection activities at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials in Atlanta have selected Peter Meier as the agency’s senior resident inspector at Southern Nuclear Operating Co.’s Farley nuclear power plant, located near Columbia, Ala., about 20 miles east of Dothan.
Several thousand people are expected to attend the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s largest public technical meeting – the 31st Annual Regulatory Information Conference to be held March 12-14 in North Bethesda, Md.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is seeking public comment on the scope of its environmental review of United Nuclear Corp.’s proposed cleanup of the closed Northeast Church Rock Mine in northwestern New Mexico.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is seeking public comment on proposed changes to its regulations for the licensing, inspection, special project, and annual fees it would charge applicants and licensees for fiscal year 2019.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has proposed a civil penalty of $7,250 to the
U.S. Geological Survey for violations associated with staffing and training requirements at its research reactor facility in Denver.