Evaluation of Potential Economic Impacts Of 40 CFR Part 197: Public Health And Environmental Radiation Protection Standards For Yucca Mountain, Nevada.
This EIA demonstrates that DOE's strategy for development and design of a posible repository at Yucca Mountain has evolved so that the EPA's 40 CFR Part 197 standards will have no impact on costs of the repository or the repository development program. It also shows that the EPA's generic 40 CFR Part 191 standards, as well as other 40 CFR Part 197 site-specific standards, did not influence evolution of the DOE program or the respository design.
|Office of Air and Radiation|
|Office of Radiation and Indoor Air|
|No division specified|
|Economic Impact Assessment|
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