FY17 Annual Report

The IEMA 2016 Annual Survey required generators to project the amount of LLRW they expect to produce or possess between 2017 and 2023.This information is used by the agency for determining the development time frame for a regional disposal facility or the need for an interim storage facility. Past history has indicated that the non reactor generators underestimated volumes and activities by three to four times what was actually generated and disposed.
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Bylaws of the Central Midwest Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Commission

Bylaws of the Central Midwest Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Commission. The organization shall be known as the Central Midwest Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Commission, hereinafter referred to as the “Commission.”

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FY16 Annual Report

The 2015 Annual Survey required generators to project the amount of LLRW they expect to
produce or possess between 2016 and 2022. This information is used by IEMA for determining
the development timeframe for a regional disposal facility or the need for an interim storage
facility. Past history has indicated that the non-reactor generators underestimated volumes
and activities by three to four times what was actually generated and disposed.
These tables were extracted from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency – 2015 Annual
Survey Report.

The entire report may be found at:
http://www.illinois.gov/iema/Info/Pages/Publications.aspx

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FY15 Annual Report

The 2014 Annual Survey required generators to project the amount of LLRW they expect to
produce or possess between 2014 and 2020. This information is used by the agency for
determining the development time frame for a regional disposal facility or the need for an
interim storage facility. Past history has indicated that the non-reactor generators
underestimated volumes and activities by three to four times what was actually generated and
disposed.

These tables were extracted from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency – 2014 Annual Survey
Report.
The entire report may be found at: http://www.illinois.gov/iema/Info/Pages/Publications.aspx

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FY14 Annual Report

The 2013 Annual Survey required generators to project the amount of LLRW they expect to produce or possess between 2014 and 2020. This information is used by the Agency for determining the development time frame for a regional disposal facility or the need for an interim storage facility.

The entire report may be found at:
http://www.iema.illinois.gov/iema/publications/pdf/LLW_2013Survey.pdf

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FY13 Annual Report

Fortunately in July 2012 the Waste Control Specialists, Inc. disposal facility in Andrews County Texas became authorized to accept outside of Texas Compact Class A, Class B and Class C low-level radioactive waste at the Compact Waste Facility. Some Central Midwest Compact waste generators have submitted applications and proposed agreements for importation of low level radioactive waste particularly for Class B and Class C. In fact, one Illinois generator has already shipped 1664 cubic feet of Class B and 23 cubic feet of Class C for disposal at the facility during this period.

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