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Uranium Management and Policy Department of Energy

In accordance to DOE Order 410.2- Management of Nuclear Materials, the Office of Nuclear Energy must assess the impact of a sale or transfer of DOE natural or low-enriched uranium on the domestic uranium mining, conversion or enrichment industries consistent with applicable law. To carry out this responsibility, NE-54 closely follows

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Best Practice in Environmental Management of Uranium Mining

Description . This publication has been written to assist Member States in the development of their uranium mineral resources. It sets out the basic tenets of best practice in terms of environmental management of uranium mining and processing operations from the viewpoint of both operators and regulators, and is accompanied by a collection of case studies from leading representatives of the

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Uranium Mining and Management: Federal Considerations

Oct 15, 2012· Uranium Mining and Management: Federal Considerations (Mining Engineering-research and Technology) [Dunn, Jordan, Arnold, Dwayne] on Amazon. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Uranium Mining and Management: Federal Considerations (Mining Engineering-research and Technology)

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Uranium Mining and Milling Wastes: An Introduction

Standards for uranium mill tailings management In the early years of uranium mining after World War II, the mining companies often left sites without any clean up after the ore deposits were exhausted: often, in the United States, the mining and milling facilities were not even demolished, not to mention reclamation of the wastes produced; in

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Radioactive Waste From Uranium Mining and Milling

Uranium is a naturally-occurring radioactive element that has been mined and used for its chemical properties for more than a thousand years. It is now primarily used as fuel for nuclear reactors that make electricity. Uranium can be recovered in two ways: by conventional mining of the rock (ore), or by using strong chemicals to dissolve uranium from the rock that is still in the ground and

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Occupational Radiation Protection in the Uranium Mining

It is a compilation of detailed information on uranium mining and processing stages and techniques, general radiation protection considerations in the relevant industry, general methodologies applicable for control, monitoring and dose assessment, exposure pathways, and radiation protection programs for the range of commonly used mining and

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U.S. GAO Uranium Mining: Opportunities Exist to Improve

May 17, 2012· The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Forest Service, and the Department of Energy (DOE) are the key agencies that oversee uranium exploration and extraction on federal land, but GAO identified three areas where their oversight processes differ. First, these agencies have different processes for notification of uranium exploration or extraction activities on federal land.

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Uranium mining in the United States Wikipedia

Uranium mining in Arizona has taken place since 1918. Prior to the uranium boom of the late 1940s, uranium in Arizona was a byproduct of vanadium mining of the mineral carnotite.. California. Uranium was discovered in 1954 in the Sierra Nevada of Kern County, along the Kern River about 30 miles (50 km) northeast of Bakersfield.Two mines, the Kergon mine and the Miracle mine, made small

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Radioactive Waste From Uranium Mining and Milling

Uranium is a naturally-occurring radioactive element that has been mined and used for its chemical properties for more than a thousand years. It is now primarily used as fuel for nuclear reactors that make electricity. Uranium can be recovered in two ways: by conventional mining of the rock (ore), or by using strong chemicals to dissolve uranium from the rock that is still in the ground and

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Uranium Mining and Milling Wastes: An Introduction

Standards for uranium mill tailings management In the early years of uranium mining after World War II, the mining companies often left sites without any clean up after the ore deposits were exhausted: often, in the United States, the mining and milling facilities were not even demolished, not to mention reclamation of the wastes produced; in

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Uranium Mining and Management: Federal Considerations

Oct 15, 2012· Uranium Mining and Management: Federal Considerations (Mining Engineering-research and Technology) [Dunn, Jordan, Arnold, Dwayne] on Amazon. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Uranium Mining and Management: Federal Considerations (Mining Engineering-research and Technology)

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Uranium Stewardship World Nuclear Association

Uranium stewardship can be defined as a shared programme of action to enable uranium products to be produced, used and disposed of in a safe, sustainable and acceptable manner. This means that the full life cycle of uranium, from cradle-to-grave, is key to establishing leading industry practice in such sectors of uranium mining as health

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Occupational Radiation Protection in the Uranium Mining

It is a compilation of detailed information on uranium mining and processing stages and techniques, general radiation protection considerations in the relevant industry, general methodologies applicable for control, monitoring and dose assessment, exposure pathways, and radiation protection programs for the range of commonly used mining and

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U.S. GAO Uranium Mining: Opportunities Exist to Improve

May 17, 2012· The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the Forest Service, and the Department of Energy (DOE) are the key agencies that oversee uranium exploration and extraction on federal land, but GAO identified three areas where their oversight processes differ. First, these agencies have different processes for notification of uranium exploration or extraction activities on federal land.

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