40 CFR 194.8 - Approval process for waste shipment from waste generator sites for disposal at the WIPP.

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§ 194.8 Approval process for waste shipment from waste generator sites for disposal at the WIPP.
(a) Quality Assurance Programs at Waste Generator Sites. The Agency will determine compliance with requirements for site-specific quality assurance programs as set forth below:
(1) Upon submission by the Department of a site-specific quality assurance program plan the Agency will evaluate the plan to determine whether it establishes the applicable Nuclear Quality Assurance (NQA) requirements of § 194.22(a)(1) for the items and activities of §§ 194.22(a)(2)(i), 194.24(c)(3) and 194.24(c)(5). The program plan and other documentation submitted by the Department will be placed in the dockets described in § 194.67.
(2) The Agency will conduct a quality assurance audit or an inspection of a Department quality assurance audit at the relevant site for the purpose of verifying proper execution of the site-specific quality assurance program plan. The Agency will publish a notice in the Federal Register announcing a scheduled inspection or audit. In that or another notice, the Agency will also solicit public comment on the quality assurance program plan and appropriate Department documentation described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section. A public comment period of at least 30 days will be allowed.
(3) The Agency's written decision regarding compliance with the requisite quality assurance requirements at a waste generator site will be conveyed in a letter from the Administrator's authorized representative to the Department. No such compliance determination shall be granted until after the end of the public comment period described in paragraph (a)(2) of this section. A copy of the Agency's compliance determination letter will be placed in the public dockets in accordance with § 194.67. The results of any inspections or audits conducted by the Agency to evaluate the quality assurance programs described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section will also be placed in the dockets described in § 194.67.
(4) Subsequent to any positive determination of compliance as described in paragraph (a)(3) of this section, the Agency intends to conduct inspections, in accordance with §§ 194.21 and 194.22(e), to confirm the continued compliance of the programs approved under paragraphs (a)(2) and (a)(3) of this section. The results of such inspections will be made available to the public through the Agency's public dockets, as described in § 194.67.
(b) Waste characterization programs at transuranic waste sites. The Agency will establish compliance with Condition 3 of the certification using the following process:
(1) DOE will implement waste characterization programs and processes in accordance with § 194.24(c)(4) to confirm that the total amount of each waste component that will be emplaced in the disposal system will not exceed the upper limiting value or fall below the lower limiting value described in the introductory text of § 194.24(c). Waste characterization processes will include the collection and use of acceptable knowledge; destructive and/or nondestructive techniques for identifying and measuring waste components; and the validation, control, and transmittal to the WIPP Waste Information System database of waste characterization data, in accordance with § 194.24(c)(4).
(2) The Agency will verify the compliance of waste characterization programs and processes identified in paragraph (b)(1) of this section at sites without EPA approval prior to October 14, 2004, using the following process:
(i) DOE will notify EPA by letter that a transuranic waste site is prepared to ship waste to the WIPP and has established adequate waste characterization processes and programs. DOE also will provide the relevant waste characterization program plans and documentation. EPA may request additional information from DOE.
(ii) EPA will conduct a baseline compliance inspection at the site to verify that adequate waste characterization program plans and technical procedures have been established, and that those plans and procedures are effectively implemented. The inspection will include a demonstration or test by the site of the waste characterization processes identified in paragraph (b)(1) of this section. If an inspection does not lead to approval, we will send an inspection report to DOE identifying deficiencies and place the report in the public docket described in § 194.67. More than one inspection may be necessary to resolve compliance issues.
(iii) The Agency will announce in the Federal Register a proposed Baseline Compliance Decision to accept the site's compliance with § 194.24(c)(4). We will place the inspection report(s) and any supporting documentation in the public docket described in § 194.67. The site inspection report supporting the proposal will describe any limitations on approved waste streams or waste characterization processes. It will also identify (through tier designations in accordance with paragraph (b)(4) of this section) what changes to the approved waste characterization processes must be reported to and approved by EPA before they can be implemented. In the notice, we will solicit public comment (for a minimum of 45 days) on the proposed Baseline Compliance Decision, including any limitations and the tier designations for future changes or expansions to the site's waste characterization program.
(iv) Our written decision regarding compliance with the requirements for waste characterization programs and processes described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section will be conveyed in a letter from the Administrator's authorized representative to DOE. EPA will not issue a compliance decision until after the end of the public comment period described in paragraph (b)(2)(iii) of this section. EPA's compliance decision will respond to significant and timely-received comments. A copy of our compliance decision will be placed in the public docket described in § 194.67. DOE will comply with any requirements identified in the compliance decision and the accompanying inspection report.
(3) Subsequent to any positive determination of compliance as described in paragraph (b)(2)(iv) of this section, the Agency intends to conduct inspections, in accordance with § 194.24(h), to confirm the continued compliance of approved waste characterization programs and processes at transuranic waste sites. EPA will make the results of these inspections available to the public in the dockets described in § 194.67.
(4) Subsequent to any positive determination of compliance as described in paragraph (b)(2)(iv) of this section, the Department must report changes or expansions to the approved waste characterization program at a site in accordance with the tier designations established in the Baseline Compliance Decision.
(i) For changes or expansions to the waste characterization program designated as “Tier 1,” the Department shall provide written notification to the Agency. The Department shall not ship for disposal at WIPP any waste that has been characterized using the new or revised processes, equipment, or waste streams until EPA has provided written approval of such new or revised systems.
(ii) For changes or expansions to the waste characterization program designated as “Tier 2,” the Department shall provide written notification to the Agency. Waste characterized using the new or revised processes, equipment, or waste streams may be disposed at WIPP without written EPA approval.
(iii) EPA may conduct inspections in accordance with § 194.24(h) to evaluate the implementation of Tier 1 and Tier 2 changes or expansions to the waste characterization program at a site.
(iv) Waste characterization program changes or expansions that are not identified as either “Tier 1” or “Tier 2” will not require written notification by the Department to the Agency before implementation or before shipping waste for disposal at WIPP.
(5) Subsequent to any positive determination of compliance as described in paragraph (b)(2)(iii) of this section, EPA may revise the tier designations for approving changes or expansions to the waste characterization program at a site using the following process:
(i) The Agency shall announce the proposed tier changes in a letter to the Department. The letter will describe the Agency's reasons for the proposed change in tier designation(s). The letter and any supporting inspection report(s) or other documentation will be placed in the dockets described in § 194.67.
(ii) If the revised designation entails more stringent notification and approval requirements (e.g., from Tier 2 to Tier 1, or from undesignated to Tier 2), the change shall become effective immediately and the site shall operate under the more stringent requirements without delay.
(iii) If the revised designated entails less stringent notification and approval requirements, (e.g., from Tier 1 to Tier 2, or from Tier 2 to undesignated), EPA will solicit comments from the public for a minimum of 30 days. The site will continue to operate under the more stringent approval requirements until the public comment period is closed and EPA notifies DOE in writing of the Agency's final decision.
(6) A waste generator site that EPA approved for characterizing and disposing transuranic waste at the WIPP under this section prior to October 14, 2004, may continue characterizing and disposing such waste at the WIPP under paragraph (c) of this section until EPA has conducted a baseline compliance inspection and provided a Baseline Compliance Decision under paragraph (b)(2) of this section.
(i) Until EPA provides a Baseline Compliance Decision for such a site, EPA may approve additional transuranic waste streams for disposal at WIPP under the provisions of paragraph (c) of this section. Prior to the effective date of EPA's Baseline Compliance Decision for such a site, EPA will continue to conduct inspections of the site in accordance with § 194.24(c).
(ii) EPA shall conduct a baseline compliance inspection and issue a Baseline Compliance Decision for such previously approved sites in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (b) of this section, except that the site shall not be required to provide written notification of readiness as described in paragraph (b)(2)(i) of this section.
(c) Waste characterization programs at waste generator sites with prior approval. For a waste generator site that EPA approved for characterizing and disposing transuranic waste at the WIPP under this section prior to October 14, 2004, the Agency will determine compliance with the requirements for use of process knowledge and a system of controls at waste generator sites as set in this paragraph (c). Approvals for a site to characterize and dispose of transuranic waste at WIPP will proceed according to this section only until EPA has conducted a baseline compliance inspection and provided a Baseline Compliance Decision for a site under paragraph (b)(2) of this section.
(1) For each waste stream or group of waste streams at a site, the Department must:
(i) Provide information on how process knowledge will be used for waste characterization of the waste stream(s) proposed for disposal at the WIPP; and
(ii) Implement a system of controls at the site, in accordance with § 194.24(c)(4), to confirm that the total amount of each waste component that will be emplaced in the disposal system will not exceed the upper limiting value or fall below the lower limiting value described in the introductory text of § 194.24(c). The implementation of such a system of controls shall include a demonstration that the site has procedures in place for adding data to the WIPP Waste Information System (“WWIS”), and that such information can be transmitted from that site to the WWIS database; and a demonstration that measurement techniques and control methods can be implemented in accordance with § 194.24(c)(4) for the waste stream(s) proposed for disposal at the WIPP.
(2) The Agency will conduct an audit or an inspection of a Department audit for the purpose of evaluating the use of process knowledge and the implementation of a system of controls for each waste stream or group of waste streams at a waste generator site. The Agency will announce a scheduled inspection or audit by the Agency with a notice in the Federal Register. In that or another notice, the Agency will also solicit public comment on the relevant waste characterization program plans and Department documentation, which will be placed in the dockets described in § 194.67. A public comment period of at least 30 days will be allowed.
(3) The Agency's written decision regarding compliance with the requirements for waste characterization programs described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section for one or more waste streams from a waste generator site will be conveyed in a letter from the Administrator's authorized representative to the Department. No such compliance determination shall be granted until after the end of the public comment period described in paragraph (b)(2) of this section. A copy of the Agency's compliance determination letter will be placed in the public dockets in accordance with § 194.67. The results of any inspections or audits conducted by the Agency to evaluate the plans described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section will also be placed in the dockets described in § 194.67.
(4) Subsequent to any positive determination of compliance as described in paragraph (b)(3) of this section, the Agency intends to conduct inspections, in accordance with §§ 194.21 and 194.24(h), to confirm the continued compliance of the programs approved under paragraphs (b)(2) and (b)(3) of this section. The results of such inspections will be made available to the public through the Agency's public dockets, as described in § 194.67.
[63 FR 27404, May 18, 1998, as amended at 69 FR 42581, July 16, 2004]

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United States Code
USC: Title 5a
U.S. Code: Title 42 - THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

§ 2011 - Congressional declaration of policy

§ 2012 - Congressional findings

§ 2013 - Purpose of chapter

§ 2014 - Definitions

§ 2015 - Transfer of property

§ 2015a - Cold standby

§ 2015b - Scholarship and fellowship program

§ 2015c - Partnership program with institutions of higher education

§ 2016 - Repealed.

§ 2017 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 2017a - Omitted

42 U.S. Code § 1975e, 1975f - Omitted

§ 2017b - Omitted

§ 2018 - Agency jurisdiction

§ 2019 - Applicability of Federal Power Act

§ 2020 - Licensing of Government agencies

§ 2021 - Cooperation with States

§ 2021a - Storage or disposal facility planning

§ 2021b - Definitions

§ 2021c - Responsibilities for disposal of low-level radioactive waste

§ 2021d - Regional compacts for disposal of low-level radioactive waste

§ 2021e - Limited availability of certain regional disposal facilities during transition and licensing periods

§ 2021f - Emergency access

§ 2021g - Responsibilities of Department of Energy

§ 2021h - Alternative disposal methods

§ 2021i - Licensing review and approval

§ 2021j - Radioactive waste below regulatory concern

§ 2022 - Health and environmental standards for uranium mill tailings

§ 2023 - State authority to regulate radiation below level of regulatory concern of Nuclear Regulatory Commission

§ 2031, 2032 - Repealed.

§ 2033 - Principal office

§ 2034 - General Manager, Deputy and Assistant General Managers

§ 2035 - Divisions, offices, and positions

§ 2036 - Repealed.

§ 2037 - Repealed.

§ 2038 - Appointment of Army, Navy, or Air Force officer as Assistant General Manager for Military Application; Chairman of Military Liaison Committee; compensation

§ 2039 - Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards; composition; tenure; duties; compensation

§ 2040 - Fellowship program of Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards; selection of fellowships

§ 2051 - Research and development assistance

§ 2052 - Research by Commission

§ 2053 - Research for others; charges

§ 2061 - Production facilities

§ 2062 - Irradiation of materials

§ 2063 - Acquisition of production facilities

§ 2064 - Disposition of energy; regulation on sale

§ 2071 - Determination of other material as special nuclear material; Presidential assent; effective date

§ 2072 - Repealed.

§ 2073 - Domestic distribution of special nuclear material

§ 2074 - Foreign distribution of special nuclear material

§ 2075 - Acquisition of special nuclear material; payments; just compensation

§ 2076 - Guaranteed purchase prices

§ 2077 - Unauthorized dealings in special nuclear material

§ 2078 - Congressional review of guaranteed purchase price, guaranteed purchase price period, and criteria for waiver of charges

§ 2091 - Determination of source material

§ 2092 - License requirements for transfers

§ 2093 - Domestic distribution of source material

§ 2094 - Foreign distribution of source material

§ 2095 - Reports

§ 2096 - Acquisition of source material; payments

§ 2097 - Operations on lands belonging to United States

§ 2098 - Public and acquired lands

§ 2099 - Prohibitions against issuance of license

§ 2111 - Domestic distribution

§ 2112 - Foreign distribution of byproduct material

§ 2113 - Ownership and custody of certain byproduct material and disposal sites

§ 2114 - Authorities of Commission respecting certain byproduct material

§ 2121 - Authority of Commission

§ 2122 - Prohibitions governing atomic weapons

§ 2122a - Repealed.

§ 2123 - Transferred

§ 2131 - License required

§ 2132 - Utilization and production facilities for industrial or commercial purposes

§ 2133 - Commercial licenses

§ 2134 - Medical, industrial, and commercial licenses

§ 2135 - Antitrust provisions governing licenses

§ 2136 - Classes of facilities

§ 2137 - Operators’ licenses

§ 2138 - Suspension of licenses during war or national emergency

§ 2139 - Component and other parts of facilities

§ 2139a - Regulations implementing requirements relating to licensing for components and other parts of facilities

§ 2140 - Exclusions from license requirement

§ 2141 - Licensing by Nuclear Regulatory Commission of distribution of special nuclear material, source material, and byproduct material by Department of Energy

§ 2151 - Effect of international arrangements

§ 2152 - Policies contained in international arrangements

§ 2153 - Cooperation with other nations

§ 2153a - Approval for enrichment after export of source or special nuclear material; export of major critical components of enrichment facilities

§ 2153b - Export policies relating to peaceful nuclear activities and international nuclear trade

§ 2153c - Renegotiation of agreements for cooperation

§ 2153d - Authority to continue agreements for cooperation entered into prior to March 10, 1978

§ 2153e - Protection of environment

42 U.S. Code § 2031, 2032 - Repealed.

§ 2153f - Savings clause; Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978

§ 2154 - International atomic pool

§ 2155 - Export licensing procedures

§ 2155a - Regulations establishing Commission procedures covering grant, suspension, revocation, or amendment of nuclear export licenses or exemptions

§ 2156 - Criteria governing United States nuclear exports

§ 2156a - Regulations establishing levels of physical security to protect facilities and material

§ 2157 - Additional export criterion and procedures

§ 2158 - Conduct resulting in termination of nuclear exports

§ 2159 - Congressional review procedures

§ 2160 - Subsequent arrangements

§ 2160a - Review of Nuclear Proliferation Assessment Statements

§ 2160b - Authority to suspend nuclear cooperation with nations which have not ratified the Convention on the Physical Security of Nuclear Material

§ 2160c - Consultation with Department of Defense concerning certain exports and subsequent arrangements

§ 2160d - Further restrictions on exports

§ 2161 - Policy of Commission

§ 2162 - Classification and declassification of Restricted Data

§ 2163 - Access to Restricted Data

§ 2164 - International cooperation

§ 2165 - Security restrictions

§ 2166 - Applicability of other laws

§ 2167 - Safeguards information

§ 2168 - Dissemination of unclassified information

§ 2169 - Fingerprinting for criminal history record checks

§ 2181 - Inventions relating to atomic weapons, and filing of reports

§ 2182 - Inventions conceived during Commission contracts; ownership; waiver; hearings

§ 2183 - Nonmilitary utilization

§ 2184 - Injunctions; measure of damages

§ 2185 - Prior art

§ 2186 - Commission patent licenses

§ 2187 - Compensation, awards, and royalties

§ 2188 - Monopolistic use of patents

§ 2189 - Federally financed research

§ 2190 - Saving clause for prior patent applications

§ 2201 - General duties of Commission

§ 2201a - Use of firearms by security personnel

§ 2202 - Contracts

§ 2203 - Advisory committees

§ 2204 - Electric utility contracts; authority to enter into; cancellation; submission to Energy Committees

§ 2204a - Fission product contracts

§ 2205 - Contract practices

§ 2205a - Repealed.

§ 2206 - Comptroller General audit

§ 2207 - Claim settlements; reports to Congress

§ 2208 - Payments in lieu of taxes

§ 2209 - Subsidies

§ 2210 - Indemnification and limitation of liability

§ 2210a - Conflicts of interest relating to contracts and other arrangements

§ 2210b - Uranium supply

§ 2210c - Elimination of pension offset for certain rehired Federal retirees

§ 2210d - Security evaluations

§ 2210e - Design basis threat rulemaking

§ 2210f - Recruitment tools

§ 2210g - Expenses authorized to be paid by the Commission

§ 2210h - Radiation source protection

§ 2210i - Secure transfer of nuclear materials

§ 2211 - Payment of claims or judgments for damage resulting from nuclear incident involving nuclear reactor of United States warship; exception; terms and conditions

§ 2212 - Transferred

§ 2213 - Repealed.

§ 2214 - NRC user fees and annual charges

§ 2221 - Just compensation for requisitioned property

§ 2222 - Condemnation of real property

§ 2223 - Patent application disclosures

§ 2224 - Attorney General approval of title

§ 2231 - Applicability of administrative procedure provisions; definitions

§ 2232 - License applications

§ 2233 - Terms of licenses

§ 2234 - Inalienability of licenses

§ 2235 - Construction permits and operating licenses

§ 2236 - Revocation of licenses

§ 2237 - Modification of license

§ 2238 - Continued operation of facilities

§ 2239 - Hearings and judicial review

§ 2240 - Licensee incident reports as evidence

§ 2241 - Atomic safety and licensing boards; establishment; membership; functions; compensation

§ 2242 - Temporary operating license

§ 2243 - Licensing of uranium enrichment facilities

§ 2251 to 2257 - Repealed. Aug. 1, 1946, ch. 724, title I,

§ 2258 - Joint Committee on Atomic Energy abolished

§ 2259 - Information and assistance to Congressional committees

§ 2271 - General provisions

§ 2272 - Violation of specific sections

§ 2273 - Violation of sections

§ 2274 - Communication of Restricted Data

§ 2275 - Receipt of Restricted Data

§ 2276 - Tampering with Restricted Data

§ 2277 - Disclosure of Restricted Data

§ 2278 - Statute of limitations

§ 2278a - Trespass on Commission installations

§ 2278b - Photographing, etc., of Commission installations; penalty

§ 2279 - Applicability of other laws

§ 2280 - Injunction proceedings

§ 2281 - Contempt proceedings

§ 2282 - Civil penalties

§ 2282a - Civil monetary penalties for violation of Department of Energy safety regulations

§ 2282b - Civil monetary penalties for violations of Department of Energy regulations regarding security of classified or sensitive information or data

§ 2282c - Worker health and safety rules for Department of Energy nuclear facilities

§ 2283 - Protection of nuclear inspectors

§ 2284 - Sabotage of nuclear facilities or fuel

§ 2286 - Establishment

§ 2286a - Mission and functions of Board

§ 2286b - Powers of Board

§ 2286c - Responsibilities of Secretary of Energy

§ 2286d - Board recommendations

§ 2286e - Reports

§ 2286f - Judicial review

§ 2286g - “Department of Energy defense nuclear facility” defined

§ 2286h - Contract authority subject to appropriations

42 U.S. Code § 2251 to 2257 - Repealed. Aug. 1, 1946, ch. 724, title I,

§ 2286i - Annual authorization of appropriations

§ 2286j - Procurement of inspector general services

§ 2291 - Definitions

§ 2292 - Authorization of appropriations for research and development program; authority to enter into contracts; period of contracts; equivalent amounts for research and development program

§ 2293 - Omitted

§ 2294 - Authorization for sale or lease of uranium and plutonium; amounts; lien for nonpayment; uranium enrichment services

§ 2295 - Acquisition of nuclear materials

§ 2296 - Nonliability of United States; indemnification

§ 10101 - Definitions

§ 10102 - Separability

§ 10103 - Territories and possessions

§ 10104 - Ocean disposal

§ 10105 - Limitation on spending authority

§ 10106 - Protection of classified national security information

§ 10107 - Applicability to atomic energy defense activities

§ 10108 - Applicability to transportation

§ 10121 - State and affected Indian tribe participation in development of proposed repositories for defense waste

§ 10131 - Findings and purposes

§ 10132 - Recommendation of candidate sites for site characterization

§ 10133 - Site characterization

§ 10134 - Site approval and construction authorization

§ 10135 - Review of repository site selection

§ 10136 - Participation of States

§ 10137 - Consultation with States and affected Indian tribes

§ 10138 - Participation of Indian tribes

§ 10139 - Judicial review of agency actions

§ 10140 - Expedited authorizations

§ 10141 - Certain standards and criteria

§ 10142 - Disposal of spent nuclear fuel

§ 10143 - Title to material

§ 10144 - Consideration of effect of acquisition of water rights

§ 10145 - Termination of certain provisions

§ 10151 - Findings and purposes

§ 10152 - Available capacity for interim storage of spent nuclear fuel

§ 10153 - Interim at-reactor storage

§ 10154 - Licensing of facility expansions and transshipments

§ 10155 - Storage of spent nuclear fuel

§ 10156 - Interim Storage Fund

§ 10157 - Transportation

§ 10161 - Monitored retrievable storage

§ 10162 - Authorization of monitored retrievable storage

§ 10163 - Monitored Retrievable Storage Commission

§ 10164 - Survey

§ 10165 - Site selection

§ 10166 - Notice of disapproval

§ 10167 - Benefits agreement

§ 10168 - Construction authorization

§ 10169 - Financial assistance

§ 10171 - Financial arrangements for low-level radioactive waste site closure

§ 10172 - Selection of Yucca Mountain site

§ 10172a - Siting a second repository

§ 10173 - Benefits agreements

§ 10173a - Content of agreements

§ 10173b - Review Panel

§ 10173c - Termination

§ 10174 - Consideration in siting facilities

§ 10174a - Report

§ 10175 - Transportation

§ 10191 - Purpose

§ 10192 - Applicability

§ 10193 - Identification of sites

§ 10194 - Siting research and related activities

§ 10195 - Test and evaluation facility siting review and reports

§ 10196 - Federal agency actions

§ 10197 - Research and development on disposal of high-level radioactive waste

§ 10198 - Research and development on spent nuclear fuel

§ 10199 - Payments to States and Indian tribes

§ 10200 - Study of research and development needs for monitored retrievable storage proposal

§ 10201 - Judicial review

§ 10202 - Research on alternatives for permanent disposal of high-level radioactive waste

§ 10203 - Technical assistance to non-nuclear weapon states in field of spent fuel storage and disposal

§ 10204 - Subseabed disposal

§ 10221 - Mission plan

§ 10222 - Nuclear Waste Fund

§ 10223 - Alternative means of financing

§ 10224 - Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management

§ 10225 - Location of test and evaluation facility

§ 10226 - Nuclear Regulatory Commission training authorization

§ 10241 - “State” defined

§ 10242 - Office of Nuclear Waste Negotiator

§ 10243 - Duties of Negotiator

§ 10244 - Environmental assessment of sites

§ 10245 - Site characterization; licensing

§ 10246 - Monitored retrievable storage

§ 10247 - Environmental impact statement

§ 10248 - Administrative powers of Negotiator

§ 10249 - Cooperation of other departments and agencies

§ 10250 - Termination of Office

§ 10251 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 10261 - Definitions

§ 10262 - Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board

§ 10263 - Functions

§ 10264 - Investigatory powers

§ 10265 - Compensation of members

§ 10266 - Staff

§ 10267 - Support services

§ 10268 - Report

§ 10269 - Authorization of appropriations

§ 10270 - Termination of Board

Statutes at Large
Presidential Documents

Reorganization ... 1970 Plan No. 3

Title 40 published on 2013-07-01

The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 40 CFR 194 after this date.

  • 2013-12-03; vol. 78 # 232 - Tuesday, December 3, 2013
    1. 78 FR 72612 - Criteria for the Certification and Recertification of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant's Compliance With the Disposal Regulations; Panel Closure Redesign
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      Proposed rule.
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      40 CFR Part 194