United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Memoranda of Understanding - 2001

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Date Title Author Affiliation
10/01/2001 Memorandum of Understanding Among Georgia Department of Natural Resources, et. al., to Establish and Describe a Robust Redhorse Conservation Committee Actively Committed to Restoration of Species Throughout Known Range. Carolina Power & Light Co, Duke Power Co, Georgia Power Co, Georgia River Network, South Carolina Aquarium, South Carolina Electric & Gas Co, State of GA, Dept of Natural Resources, State of GA, Wildlife Federation, State of NC, Wildlife Resources Commission, State of SC, Dept of Natural Resources, US Dept of Agriculture, Forest Service, US Dept of Interior, Fish & Wildlife Service, US Dept of Interior, Geological Survey (USGS), US Dept of the Army, Corps of Engineers
09/17/2001 09/17/01 - Delay in Preparing Memorandum of Understanding Between DOE and NRC Concerning Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility Security - Memo to Comm. from Travers NRC/EDO
09/10/2001 List of Memorandums of Understanding and Agreements. NRC/OCFO
08/29/2001 SRM-SECY-01-0150 - "Memorandum of Understanding & Interagency Agreement Between the U. S. Dept of Energy & the U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission on the Review of Incidental Waste Determinations for the Idaho National Engineering & Environmental Lab." NRC/SECY
08/06/2001 SECY-01-0150-Attachment 1-Memorandum of Understanding between the USDOE and the USNRC Regarding the Management of (1) Existing Sodium-Bearing Waste and (2) Residual Waste from the Closure of the HLW Storage Tanks at the INEEL US Dept of Energy (DOE)
07/25/2001 Letter from US Environmental Protection Agency informing of appointment of new facility coordinator, Mark D. Purcell to oversee the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding between EPA and NRC for remedial action at the Superfund site. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
04/13/2001 Letter re US Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of Energy signed a Memorandum of Understanding with respect to the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program. US Dept of the Army, Corps of Engineers
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