Meeting 2: Supplemental Treatment of Low-Activity Waste at the Hanford Nuclear ReservationNuclear and Radiation Studies Board
Morning of February 28, presentations from Washington River Protection System contractors:
1. Introduction - Jason Vitali -- no slides were used
2. Hanford Low Activity Waste Historical Overview - Dave Swanberg
3. System Plan 8 Baseline Case SLAW Sizing - Jeremy Belsher
4. History of Supplemental LAW Treatment Reviews - Dave Swanberg
5. History of Supplemental LAW Cost Comparison - Dave Swanberg
6. Advanced Glass Program - John Vienna
7. ILAW Glass Testing Program Status - Elvie Brown
8. Overview of the 2017 IDF Performance Assessment for LAW - Pat Lee
9. Radioactive Waste Test Bed Initiative - Stephanie Doll
10. Cementitious Waste Form Formulation and Testing Status - Dave Swanberg
Afternoon of February 28 and morning of March 1, presentations from FFRDC team members (all slides from these presentations are in one file):
1. Bill Bates (Savannah River National Laboratory, SRNL) -- Introduction to study and lines of inquiry table and schedule overview
2. Michael Stone (SRNL) -- process flowsheet overview and feed vector overview
3. Alex Cozzi (SRNL) -- baseline and vit flowsheets and preliminary technical readiness levels (TRL)
4. George Guthrie (Los Alamos National Laboratory) -- grout flowsheets and waste forms and preliminary TRLs
5. Nicholas Soelberg (Idaho National Laboratory) -- steam reforming and waste forms and preliminary TRLs
6. Thomas Brouns (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) -- technologies considered and not included
7. John Cochran (Sandia National Laboratories) -- disposal facilities overview, waste acceptance criteria, and transportation
8. Thomas Brouns -- analytic approach to risk
9. Frank Sinclair (SRNL) -- cost estimating methodology
10. Bill Bates -- wrap up
Afternoon of March 1:
Alex Smith, Washington State Department of Ecology, "Supplemental Treatment Hanford Immobolized Low Activity Waste Discussion."
Susan Leckband, Hanford Advisory Board, "Roles of the Hanford Advisory Board."
Evening of March 1:
Don Alexander, Ph.D., independent consultant, "Hanford Tank Waste Treatment Alternatives Estimated to Significantly Reduce Life Cycle Costs."
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