United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Protecting People and the Environment

Recent FOIA Requests – September 2020

This page presents a chronological listing of the subject and reference number of each Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act (FOIA/PA) Request submitted to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) during September 2020. For additional detail, see the Index of Closed FOIA/PA Requests by Subject.

Tracking Number Requester's Name Requester's Organization Request Description Received Date
2020-000304 Paul M. Blanch   Copies of any and all studies and analysis discussing the loss of the helium within the MPCs [Multi-Purpose Canisters], including all studies and analysis conducted by the NRC, its contractors, licensees, and manufacturers, including Holtec. These studies would include total loss of helium replaced by air or water and also potential overpressures due to temperature changes and release of gases pressurizing the spent fuel rods. Studies discussing the "accident design pressure of the MPCs" are also included as part of this request. 08/28/2020
2020-000305 Lisa Salinas   Any information about the Reno Creek, Wyoming, Uranium Mine; specifically, correspondence, Ed mails, visitor logs, meeting notes from Jan 20, 2016 until the time the NRC approval was granted (specifically, any US Government inter-agency emails or correspondence related to the project, or correspondence from the Executive Branch related to the project or its approval) 08/31/2020
2020-000306 Thomas Devine Government Accountability Project Consultation for FOIA Request #FOIA 20-00176-DD, for records regarding civil nuclear cooperation with Middle Eastern countries 09/01/2020
2020-000307 Zoha Khalili Palestine Legal Digital copies of all emails sent to or from EO.12250@crt.usdoj.gov, between December 11, 2019 and today that reference Executive Order 13899 09/01/2020
2020-000308 Daniel Snyder Geisinger Copy of a radioactive material license for Summit Cancer Services (NRC license number 37-31068-01).  The ADAMS accession number is ML062680335. 09/09/2020
2020-000309 Charles Langley Public Watchdogs Documentation or analysis, if any, that supports the statement that there are "no credible events that could result in release of radioactive materials" at the IFSFI at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), as referenced in the ML18192B094.  Specifically, we seek the documents that analyzed potential risks and determined that they are not credible. 09/10/2020

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