February 21, 2018
The following questions were submitted via question cards by a member of the public during the ICP CAB's February 21, 2018 meeting in Idaho Falls. Answers to the questions are provided by DOE-ID staff.
Answer: DOE signed a Record of Decision in the mid-1990s to consolidate fuels with similar cladding at specific sites. DOE has not decided to fully implement this decision at this time.
Answer: The well was located next to CPP-666. It was used to dispose of service wastewater, which consisted primarily of plant cooling water, demineralizer and boiler blowdown water, and condensates from the Process Equipment Waste Evaporator (PEWE). The well was fed from the PEWE building. It was used from 1950 to 1984, and was officially closed in 1989.
Answer: DOE is prepared to provide the CAB with information about what studies have been done on calcine storage facilities if requested.
Answer: The DOE analysis of AMWTP continuing mission is not complete. DOE is refining its analyses to assess the challenges, cost-effectiveness and viability of a continuing mission for AMWTP.
Answer: INL/ICP carbon tetrachloride releases to air are well below levels that require ambient air monitoring at the INL Site, Idaho Falls, or other locations.