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Attachment C Clean Water Act Documentation
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat cation as well as Drewgard 315, Betz Corr-Shield 736 and Nalco 8325 are approved for use, Drewgard 100 may be added so the calculated concentration ...
NRC: Doses in Our Daily Lives
May 6, 2008 ... Protecting People and the EnvironmentUNITED STATES NUCLEAR ... Doses in Our Daily Lives. Radiation Doses in Perspective (in millirem) ... All organic matter (both plant and animal) contains some small amount of radiation ...
NRC: FY 2008 FAIR Act Inventory - Office of the Inspector General
The "Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998," P.L. 105-270 (the FAIR Act) directs Federal agencies to prepare each year an inventory of their ...
Removal of Organization Charts from Technical Specification ...
SUMMARY The removal of the organization charts from the TS will entail the addition or modification of existing requirements as noted above. ...
Part 21 - Dresser Valves Name Plate and Code Plate Have Incorrect ...
It was confirmed that the Incorrect nameplate information was derived from Internal work order data. The approved GA Dwg was not used as required. ...
NRC: Fact Sheet on Tritium EXIT Signs
More than 2 million tritium EXIT signs are estimated to be in use in the United ... unless the device is to remain in use at its original intended location; ...
NRC: Fact Sheet on Tritium EXIT Signs
Manufacturers must inform purchasers of the EXIT signs of the regulatory requirements for generally licensed devices. The general licensee is required to ...
NRC: Fact Sheet on Tritium EXIT Signs
Self-luminous EXIT signs containing the radioactive gas tritium are widely used in a variety of facilities across the United States, such as public and ...
Inadequate Core Cooling Instrumentation System (Generic Letter No ...
The details of the NRC staff review of these generic systems are reported in NURGE/CR-2627 and NUREG/CR-2628 for the Combustion Engineering and Westinghouse ...
NRC: Page Moved
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