Today marks the debut of the 26th edition of the NRC Information Digest — an award winning publication that provides a summary of information about us and the industries we regulate. The Digest is used by a wide array of people, including the public, industry stakeholders, government agencies and the media. It strives to provide a handy primer of the agency’s regulatory responsibilities and licensing activities.
The Digest includes some of the quick facts and short answers to commonly asked questions about the NRC. Here are some of the questions for which you can find answers in the Digest.
- What is the statutory authority that created the independent NRC from a portion of the former Atomic Energy Commission and what day did this agency begin its operation? Hint – NRC: An Independent Regulatory Agency section, page 4
- What is the renewal date for our international agreement with the United Kingdom? Hint – U.S. and Worldwide Nuclear Energy section, page 23
- How many current operating nuclear reactors are there and in what section can you find a listing of the operating nuclear reactors and their general licensing information? Hint – Nuclear Reactors section, page 33
- What is the total number of material licenses in NRC Jurisdiction? Hint – Nuclear Materials section, page 65
- What are the names of the nuclear reactors currently undergoing decommissioning in DECON status? Hint – Radioactive Waste section, page 95
We’re always interested in what you have to say about the Info Digest as we continue to work to make it better and more useful. Let us know with your comments below or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Energy Reorganization Act of 1974 created the NRC from a portion of the former Atomic Energy Commission. The new agency was to independently oversee—but not promote—the commercial nuclear industry. The agency began operations on January 18, 1975.
- 100 reactors and Appendix A begins on 116
- LaCrosse, Zion 1 & 2 and Humboldt Bay 3
4 thoughts on “The NRC Information Digest Knowledge Hunt”
We are working toward that!
It would be great if there was a version for specifically formatted for iPhone and Android smart phones.
There are two ways you can download the document. You can download the entire 22.5mb PDF file, which is the link on the page that looks like this: NUREG-1350, Volume 26 (PDF – 22.5 MB). Or you can download only the sections you are interested in, which are the subsequent bullets.
How about posting a link for the entire document so readers can access it via the web instead of having to download multiple pdf documents?
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