United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Public Meetings Regarding Radiation Protection for New Reactors

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has a long-standing practice of conducting its regulatory responsibilities in an open manner, and keeping the public informed of the agency's regulatory, licensing, and oversight activities. For that reason, the NRC is committed to informing the public about its regulatory activities regarding new reactors, and providing opportunities for the public to participate in the agency’s decisionmaking process.

Our Public Meetings and Involvement page and NUREG/BR-0215, "Public Involvement in the Regulatory Process," provide general information about the available opportunities for public involvement in NRC activities. For more specific information about public meetings that the NRC staff has conducted with the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) to discuss topics related to Radiation Protection for New Reactors, see the following related pages:

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Page Last Reviewed/Updated Friday, April 19, 2013