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AN EVALUATION OF THE ELECTROMETALLURGICAL APPROACH FOR TREATMENT OF EXCESS WEAPONS PLUTONIUM E ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS REPORT ANL Argonne National Laboratory CISAC Committee on International Security and Arms Control DHLW Defense High-Level Waste DOE U.S. Department of Energy DWPF Defense Waste Processing Facility (Savannah River Site) EBR-II Experimental Breeder Reactor II EIS Environmental Impact Statement EPA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency FCF Fuel Conditioning Facility FMDP Fissile Materials Disposition Program GBZ Glass-bonded Zeolite GMODS Glass Material Oxidation and Dissolution System IFR Integral Fast Reactor INEL Idaho National Engineering Laboratory LANL Los Alamos National Laboratory LLNL Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory LTA Linde Type A LWR Light Water Reactor MOX Mixed Oxide (uranium oxide-plutonium oxide) MT Metric Tons MTHM Metric Tons of Heavy Metal NAS National Academy of Sciences NEPA National Environmental Policy Act NRC National Research Council ORNL Oak Ridge National Laboratory PEIS Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement PWR Pressurized Water Reactor R&D Research and Development SNF Spent Nuclear Fuel SRS Savannah River Site TRU Transuranic Element(s) WPu Weapons Plutonium
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