ronmental Quality (DEQ) and his staff; and Deborah Kim, Chair, Utah’s CAC on chemical weapons demilitarization on topics related to the committee’s task.

Third Committee Meeting: December 4-5, 2006 Washington, D.C.

Objectives: Review concept rough draft report and establish assignments and timeline for developing full message draft. Develop tentative recommendations.

Fourth Committee Meeting: January 17-18, 2007 Irvine, California

Objectives: Complete and review first full message draft. Identify and fill holes in report text. Review and confirm findings and recommendations for pre-concurrence draft.

Fifth Committee Meeting: February 20-21, 2007 Washington, D.C.

Objectives: Detailed review and corrections to preliminary concurrence draft. Discuss and finalize report text. Discuss concurrence process and the NRC review process.

FACILITY SITE VISITS AND DATA-GATHERING ACTIVITIES

Anniston, Alabama, October 16, 2006

Objectives: Gather data from ANCDF and contractor personnel on site-specific secondary waste disposal issues related to committee task. Discuss specific regulatory issues and concerns with Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) and gain input and perspective on secondary waste issues from local citizens.


Individuals met with: Gerald Hardy Chief, Land Division, ADEM; Stephen Cobb, Chief, Government Hazardous Waste Branch, Land Division, ADEM; Greg Potts, BAE Systems; Sherri Summers, President, Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce; Drew Lyle, CMA; Tim Garrett, Site Manager, ANCDF; Robie Jackson, Rob Brooks, and Tracy Smith, ANCDF staff.


NRC participants: Peter Lederman, Richard Ayen, and Rebecca Haffenden, committee members; Billy Williams, study director.

Umatilla, Oregon, October 31-November 1, 2006

Objectives: Gather data from UMCDF and contractor personnel on site-specific secondary waste disposal issues related to committee task. Discuss specific regulatory issues and concerns with Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) officials and gain input and perspective on secondary waste issues from local stakeholders. Gain additional industrial perspective through meeting with management of a regional hazardous waste landfill, Chemical Waste Management of the Northwest.


Individuals met with: Mike Strong, Deputy Site Project Manager, UMCDF; Robert Flourney, Chair, Oregon’s CAC; Joni Hammond, Administrator, Eastern Region Oregon DEQ; Richard Duval, Oregon DEQ; Stuart G. Harris, Director, Department of Science and Engineering, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR); Rod Skeen, Engineer, CTUIR; Raj Malhotra, CMA; Don Barclay and Doug Hamrick, UMCDF staff.


NRC participants: Peter Lederman, William Rhyne, John Glass, Subhas Sikdar, committee members; Billy Williams, study director.

Newport, Indiana, November 20-21, 2006

Objectives: Gather data from NECDF and contractor personnel on Newport site-specific secondary waste disposal issues related to committee task. Discuss specific secondary waste regulatory issues with Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM) officials and gain input and perspective on secondary waste issues from the local CAC.


Individuals met with: Jeff Brubaker, Site Project Manager, NECDF; Tom Linson, Division Chief, IDEM; Fred Martin, Indiana CAC; Richard Card, Indiana Department of Homeland Security; Raj Malhotra, CMA; Bob Irvine, Chief Scientist, Parsons Corporation; Scott Rowden, Environmental Manager, Parsons Corporation; Scott Haraburda, NECDF staff.


NRC participants: Peter Lederman, Gary Groenewold, Jack Solomon, William Rhyne, committee members; Bruce Braun, BAST Director; Billy Williams, study director.



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