Dresden Nuclear Power Station, Unit 2 issued the following announcement on Dec. 4.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will meet in Janesville, Wis., on Dec. 12, to hear the
public’s views on environmental issues the agency should consider in reviewing SHINE Medical
Technologies’ application for a license to operate its medical isotope production facility, currently
The NRC will hold the meeting at the Celtic House at Glen Erin Golf Club, 1417 West Airport
Road in Janesville, from 6-8 p.m. Staff presentations will describe the environmental and safety
review processes. The presentations will be followed by a formal public comment session. An NRC
open house, from 5-6 p.m., will provide members of the public the opportunity to speak informally
with agency staff.
Those who want to register in advance to comment at the meeting or who have special needs for
attending or presenting information should contact Jennifer Davis at 301-415-3835 or via e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec. 5. Those who want to speak can also register in person by 5:45 p.m
the day of the meeting. Individual comments could be limited by the time available and the number
of people registered to speak.
NRC staff will also consider written comments on environmental issues until Jan. 13, 2020,
following the publication of a notice in the Federal Register. Please include Docket ID NRC-2019-
0173 with your comment, via the regulations.gov website.
The NRC issued SHINE the construction permit for the medical isotope production facility in
February 2016. SHINE submitted the operating license application in July 2019 and the NRC
accepted the application for a full review in October. The application, less proprietary details, is
available on the NRC website. In addition, the Hedberg Public Library, at
316 South Main St., in Janesville, has agreed to maintain a copy of the application’s environmental
report for public inspection.
Original source can be found here.