Spent Fuel Settlement Agreement
The Spent Fuel Settlement Agreement agreement permits DOE to receive up to
1,133 shipments of spent nuclear fuel at the Idaho National Laboratory for storage over the next 40 years. In return, the agreement sets a timetable
for the treatment of high-level waste now stored at the Idaho Nuclear Technology and
Engineering Center, and the removal of 65,000 cubic meters of transuranic waste now stored
at the Radioactive Waste Management Complex. The agreement also establishes a
schedule to place all spent fuel at INL in dry storage, and ultimately to remove all
spent fuel from the state. This agreement is a federal court order that settled a lawsuit
between DOE and the state of Idaho. Click here for the
complete document - 1.8 MB . For more
information, contact Shannon Brennan at (208) 526-3993 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Site Treatment Plan
This Site Treatment Plan explains how the Department of Energy will come
into compliance with federal law governing the management of "mixed wastes" at
the Idaho National Laboratory. Mixed wastes are those
contaminated with both radiological and hazardous components. The Site Treatment Plan was
approved by the State of Idaho, which has authority to regulate mixed wastes at the
Click here for the
Summary. For more information, contact Don Rasch at (208) 526-1511 or e-mail at email@example.com.
DOE/Tribal Agreement In Principle
This Tribal Working Agreement defines interfaces between the Department of
Energy and the Shoshone-Bannock tribes, who are located at the Fort Hall Indian
Reservation southeast of the INL. The agreement also describes the technical and
financial assistance DOE will provide to the tribes. Click here to view
complete document - 1.5 MB . For more
information, contact Robert L. Pence at (208) 526-6518 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Federal Facility Agreement and Consent Order
This FFA/CO establishes a process for evaluating past potential releases
to the environment at the INL, determining the risk any releases may pose to human
health and the environment, and evaluating potential remedies. Better known as the
"INL cleanup agreement," the FFA/CO was signed by the Environmental Protection
Agency, State of Idaho and DOE. Click here for highlights of the
INL's environmental restoration
program. For more information or a copy of the FFA/CO, contact Shannon Brennan at (208) 526-3993 or e-mail at email@example.com.
Environmental Oversight Monitoring Agreement
The goals of this Agreement are to maintain an independent, impartial, and
qualified State of Idaho INL Oversight Program to assess the potential impacts of
present and future Department of Energy (DOE) activities in Idaho; to assure the citizens
of Idaho that all present and future DOE activities in Idaho are protective of the health
and safety of Idahoans and the environment; and to communicate the findings to the
citizens of Idaho in a manner which provides them the opportunity to evaluate potential
impacts of present and future DOE activities in Idaho. Click here for the complete document - 2.8 MB .
Personal Property Transfer MOU with Community Reuse
This plan establishes conditions under which personal property may be transferred from the United States Department of Energy, Idaho
Operations Office (DOE-ID), an agency of the United States Government, to the Community Reuse Organization, Inc. (CRO), an Idaho
Corporation. Click here for the complete document -
534 KB .