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a. Facilities or plants for the separation of lithium isotopes.
b. Equipment for the separation of lithium isotopes, such as:
(1) Packed liquid-liquid exchange columns especially designed for lithium amalgams;
(2) Mercury and/or lithium amalgam pumps;
(3) Lithium amalgam electrolysis cells;
(4) Evaporators for concentrated lithium hydroxide solution.
c. Any other components especially designed or prepared for use in a reprocessing plant or in any of the components described in this appendix.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
This list is taken from the Parallel Table of Authorities and Rules provided by GPO [Government Printing Office].
It is not guaranteed to be accurate or up-to-date, though we do refresh the database weekly. More limitations on accuracy are described at the GPO site.
§ 552 - Public information; agency rules, opinions, orders, records, and proceedings
§ 553 - Rule making
§ 554 - Adjudications
§ 2403 - Definitions
§ 2071 - Determination of other material as special nuclear material; Presidential assent; effective date
§ 2073 - Domestic distribution of special nuclear material
§ 2074 - Foreign distribution of special nuclear material
§ 2077 - Unauthorized dealings in special nuclear material
§ 2092 - License requirements for transfers
§ 2093 - Domestic distribution of source material
§ 2094 - Foreign distribution of source material
§ 2095 - Reports
§ 2111 - Domestic distribution
§ 2112 - Foreign distribution of byproduct material
§ 2133 - Commercial licenses
§ 2134 - Medical, industrial, and commercial licenses
§ 2139 - Component and other parts of facilities
§ 2139a - Regulations implementing requirements relating to licensing for components and other parts of facilities
§ 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
§ 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
§ 2201 - General duties of Commission
§ 2231 - Applicability of administrative procedure provisions; definitions
§ 2232 - License applications
§ 2233 - Terms of licenses
§ 2234 - Inalienability of licenses
§ 2236 - Revocation of licenses
§ 2237 - Modification of license
§ 2239 - Hearings and judicial review
§ 2243 - Licensing of uranium enrichment facilities
§ 2273 - Violation of sections
§ 2282 - Civil penalties
§ 5841 - Establishment and transfers
§ 3504 note - Authority and functions of Director
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The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 10 CFR Part 110 after this date.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is amending its regulations to make miscellaneous corrections. The amendments include correcting references, an address and a misspelling. The amendments will also make references to persons in one part of the NRC's regulations gender neutral. This document is necessary to inform the public of these non-substantive amendments to the NRC's regulations.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is amending its regulations to make miscellaneous corrections. These changes include renaming the Office of Information Services, renaming the Computer Security Office and removing it as a standalone office, capitalizing the words Tribe, Tribes, and Tribal, correcting a Web site address, correcting a misspelling, removing a submission requirement, correcting an email address, correcting a room number, removing a Federal Register notice requirement, and adding missing information collection references. This document is necessary to inform the public of these non-substantive changes to the NRC's regulations.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) published a final rule in the Federal Register on September 9, 2015, that amended its regulations to better adhere to the Office of Federal Register's (OFR) guidance for formatting authority citations. In addition, the final rule corrected typographical errors and made other non-substantive corrections to the NRC's authority citations. The final rule contained incorrect punctuation and spacing, one incorrect reference, and omitted two references. This document makes additional corrections to NRC's authority citations.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is amending its regulations pertaining to the export and import of nuclear materials and equipment. This rulemaking is necessary to conform the export controls of the United States to the international export control guidelines of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), of which the United States is a member, and to incorporate by reference the current version of the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) document, “Nuclear Security Recommendations on Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and Nuclear Facilities (INFCIRC/225/Revision 5), January 2011.” Also, this final rule makes certain editorial revisions, and corrects typographical errors.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is proposing to amend its regulations concerning deliberate misconduct by licensees and other persons otherwise subject to the NRC's jurisdiction (known as the “Deliberate Misconduct Rule”) and its regulations concerning challenges to immediately effective orders issued by the NRC. This proposed rule would incorporate the concept of “deliberate ignorance” as an additional basis on which to take enforcement action against persons who violate any of the NRC's Deliberate Misconduct Rule provisions. The NRC is also proposing to amend its regulations regarding challenges to the immediate effectiveness of NRC enforcement orders to clarify that the NRC staff has the burden of persuasion in showing that adequate evidence supports the grounds for the order and that immediate effectiveness is warranted and to clarify the authority of the NRC's presiding officer to order live testimony in resolving these challenges.
In 2010, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) staff published a final rule amending its regulations concerning export and import of nuclear equipment and material. Among other things, it added the phrase “of U.S. origin” to the first exclusion to the definition of “radioactive waste” to confirm that the return of U.S. origin radioactive sources is not classified as the import of radioactive waste. The NRC staff drafted the Branch Technical Position (BTP) on the Import of Non-U.S. Origin Sources to provide additional guidance on the application of this exclusion in the regulations. In developing this BTP, the NRC staff has engaged with States, Low-Level Waste Compacts, industry, and the public by providing two opportunities for public comment via Federal Register Notice and a public meeting in 2012. The exclusion in 10 CFR part 110 reflects the United States' commitments to the policy of safe storage and disposal of disused sources in the international context, including under the Code of Practice on the International Transboundary Movement of Radioactive Waste (Code of Practice), Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management (Joint Convention), and the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA) Code of Conduct on the Safety and Security of Radioactive Sources (Code of Conduct—along with the supplementary Guidance on Import and Export). The United States' commitments include not exporting radioactive waste to other countries for disposal and, in light of the United States' strong domestic regulatory program, allowing return of disused sources manufactured or distributed from the United States in order to prevent sources from being orphaned overseas where regulatory programs may not exist or function to an optimal level.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is amending its export and import regulations by adding South Sudan to the list of restricted destinations. This amendment is necessary to conform the NRC's regulations with U.S. Government foreign policy.
In 2010, the NRC published a final rule amending its regulations concerning export and import of nuclear equipment and material. Among other things, it added the phrase “Of U.S. origin” to the first exclusion to the definition of “radioactive waste”. The phrase was added to the final rule in response to a public comment on the proposed rule to clarify the exclusion. Since publication of the final rule, NRC staff has been engaged with industry in response to concerns raised regarding established industry practices and the need for guidance on implementation of the “U.S.-origin” exclusion.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC or the Commission) is amending its regulations pertaining to the export and import of nuclear materials and equipment. This rulemaking is necessary to reflect the nuclear non-proliferation policy of the Executive Branch regarding U.S. Government obligations to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Also, this final rule makes certain editorial revisions, and corrects typographical errors.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC or the Commission) is amending its export and import regulations by removing Oman from the list of restricted destinations. This amendment is necessary to conform the NRC's regulations with U.S. Government foreign policy.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) plans to conduct a public meeting on January 24, 2012, in Rockville, Maryland, to solicit input on a draft Branch Technical Position (BTP) on the Import of non-U.S. Origin Radioactive Sources. In 2010, the NRC published a final rule amending 10 CFR part 110 (75 FR 44072; July 28, 2010). Among other things, it added the phrase “Of U.S. origin” to the first exclusion to the definition of “radioactive waste” in § 110.2. The phrase was added to the final rule in response to a public comment on the proposed rule to clarify the exclusion. Since publication of the final rule, industry has raised concerns with NRC staff regarding established industry practices and the need for guidance on implementation of the “U.S. origin” exclusion. The staff is holding a public meeting to obtain comments from stakeholders on the draft BTP and to discuss implementation issues associated with the “U.S. origin” exclusion.