NMA Uranium Recovery Workshop 2019

Presentations

 Monday, June 3, 2019

Status of NRC’s Uranium Recovery Program
Bo Pham, Deputy Directory, Division of Decommissioning, Uranium Recovery and Waste Program, and William von Till, Branch Chief, Uranium Recovery License Branch, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Department of Commerce 232 Investigation: The Effect of Imports of Uranium on the National Security
John Cash, Vice President Regulatory Affairs, UR-Energy Inc.

Status of the State of Wyoming’s Uranium Recovery Program
Ryan Schierman, Program Manager, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality Land Quality Division

Wyoming’s Draft Uranium Recovery Facility Environmental Monitoring Guidance: Using Dose to Derive MDCs in Environmental Media
David Adams, Health Physicist, Uranium Recovery Program, State of Wyoming

Potential NRC 10 CFR Part 40 Rulemaking
Christopher Pugsley, Partner, Thompson & Pugsley, PLLC

Radiological Aspects of Alkaline Leach Uranium In-Situ Recovery (ISR) Facilities in the United States
Steven H. Brown, CHP, SHB Inc.

Update on Supreme Court Case – Virginia Uranium v. John Warren
Ryan K. Lightly, Esq., Morgan Lewis


Tuesday, June 4

Evaporate Crystals:  Issues Under the Applicable Standards of 40 CFR, Subpart W, Relating to Emission Standards for Radon
Douglas B. Chambers, Ph.D., Vice President, Senior Scientist Risk and Radioactivity, Director Technical Knowledge and Innovation – Radiation Services, ARCADIS Canada Inc.

Application Development and Regulatory Review Process for Low ph ISR in Wyoming
Ben Schiffer, Energy/Environmental Department Manager, WWC Engineering

Status of NRC Inspection Program Update and Several Lessons Learned
Bernadette Baca, Health Physicist, U.S. Nuclear Commission

A Sorption-Based Approach to Determining Alternative Concentration Limits at Uranium Mill Sites: From Rig to Regulator
Clark Short, Geologist/Geochemist, INTERA Inc.

Mineralogical and Kinetic Considerations for In-Situ Recovery of Sandstone-Hosted Uranium – Grants Uranium District, New Mexico
Alexandra Pearce, Ph.D. Student, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

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