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1Title:  Report on use of low enriched uranium in naval nuclear propulsion Add
 Summary:  This report was created by the Director, Naval Nuclear Propulsion and submitted to Congress consistent with the requirements of Public Law 103-337. The Executive Summary notes that a lengthy and expensive development period would be required to employ an LEU (low enriched uranium) naval nuclear reactor. Significant cost add-ons, relative to the current use of highly enriched uranium (HEU), are described in the report. 
 Date:   1995 
 Subject(s):  Highly enriched uranium (HEU) | Naval Reactors 
 Type:  Text 
 Format:  PDF 
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2Title:  Joint motion for entry of consent order based on settlement agreement Add
 Summary:  This document contains the joint settlement agreement of 1995 regarding spent fuel processing activities at the Idaho National Laboratory's Expended Core Facility (ECF). The parties to the agreement include the State of Idaho, the Department of Energy, and the United States Navy. The ECF plays a critical role in Naval Reactors' cradle-to-grave support for naval nuclear propulsion. By the terms of the agreement, "the Navy may make only those shipments of naval spent fuel to [the Idaho National Laboratory (INL)] that are necessary to meet national security requirements to defuel or refuel nuclear powered submarines, surface warships, or naval prototype or training reactors, or to ensure examination of naval spent fuel from these sources" (3). The agreement defines the maximum amount of spent fuel that can be shipped to INL each year. Additionally, it mandates that all spent fuel, excluding that used for testing, must be removed from the INL by 2035. The agreement mandates that transuranic wastes stored at the Idaho National Laboratory be moved to another waste handling facility, such as the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in New Mexico, by 2018. In summary, the agreement supports the ECF's spent fuel processing activities in support of naval nuclear propulsion while reducing the Department of Energy's and Navy's ability to use INL as a long-term storage site for spent fuel and other highly radioactive materials. 
 Date:  17 October 1995 
 Subject(s):  Expended Core Facility | Naval Reactors 
 Type:  Text 
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