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DOE/EIS-0287; Idaho High-Level Waste & Facilities Disposition, Final Environmental Impact Statement (September 2002)

Summary Document
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National Environmental Policy Act
Cover Sheet
Readers Guide
Table of Contents
Acronyms and Abbreviations
1.0: Purpose and Need for Agency Action
2.0: Activities Since the Issuance of the Draft EIS
3.0: Alternatives thru 3.2 EIS Alternatives
      3.2 thru 3.2.1 Waste Processing Alternatives
      3.2.2 Facility Disposition Alternatives
4.0: Areas of Uncertainty
5.0: Areas of Controversy
6.0: Conclusions of Analysis thru 6.4.3 Traffic and Transportation
      6.4.4 Cumulative Impacts thru 6.5 Summary of Comparison of Alternatives
7.0: Other Environmental Review Requirements
8.0: Reading Rooms and Information Locations


Chapters 1 through 13
Cover
Cover Sheet
Readers Guide
Foreword
Table of Contents
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Chapter 1.0: Purpose & Need for Agency Action
Chapter 2.0: Background*
     2.0 Background thru 2.1.2 Organization and Administration
     2.1.3 Current Mission
     2.1.3 Current Mission continued
     2.2 High-Level Waste Overview
     2.3 EIS Scope and Overview
Chapter 3.0: Alternatives*
     3.0 Alternates thru 3.1.1 No Action Alternatives
     3.1.2 Continued Current Operations Alternative
     3.1.3 Separations Alternative
     3.1.4 Non-Separations Alternative
     3.1.5 Minimum INEEL Processing Alternative
     3.1.6 Direct Vitrification Alternative
     3.2 Facility Disposition Alternatives
     3.3 Alternatives Eliminated from Detailed Analysis
     3.4 Preferred Alternatives
     3.5 Summary Level Comparison of Impacts
Chapter 4.0: Affected Environment*
     4.0 Affected Environment thru 4.1 Introduction
     4.2 Land Use
     4.3 Socioeconomics
     4.4 Cultural Resources thru 4.4.5 Historic Resources
     4.4.5 Historic Resources thru 4.4.7 Contemporary Cultural Practices and Resource Management
     4.5 Aesthetic and Scenic Resources
     4.6 Geology and Soils
     4.7 Air Resources
     4.8 Water Resources
     4.9 Ecological Resources
     4.10 Traffic and Transportation
     4.11 Health and Safety
     4.12 Environmental Justice
     4.13 Utilities and Energy
     4.14 Waste Management
Chapter 5.0: Environmental Consequences*
     5.0 Environmental Consequences thru 5.1 Introduction
     5.2 Waste Processing Impacts thru 5.2.1 Land Use
     5.2.2 Socioeconomics
     5.2.3 Cultural Resources
     5.2.4 Aesthetic and Scenic Resources
     5.2.5 Geology and Soils
     5.2.6 Air Resources
     5.2.7 Water Resources
     5.2.8 Ecological Resources
     5.2.9 Traffic and Transportation
     5.2.10 Health and Safety
     5.2.11 Environmental Justice
     5.2.12 Utilities and Energy
     5.2.13 Waste and Materials
     5.2.14 Facility Accidents
     5.3 Facility Disposition Impacts thru 5.3.1 Land Use
     5.3.2 Socioeconomics
     5.3.3 Geology and Soils
     5.3.4 Air Resources
     5.3.5 Water Resources
     5.3.6 Ecological Resources
     5.3.7 Traffic and Transportation
     5.3.8 Health and Safety
     5.3.9 Environmental Justice
     5.3.10 Utilities and Energy
     5.3.11 Waste and Materials
     5.3.12 Facility Disposition Accidents
     5.4 Cumulative Impacts
     5.5 Mitigation Measures
     5.6 Unavoidable Adverse Environmental Impacts
     5.7 Short-term Use Versus Long-Term Productivity of the Environment
     5.8 Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitments of Resources
Chapter 6.0: Statutes, Regulations, Consultations, and Other Requirements
Chapter 7.0: Glossary
Chapter 8.0: Content of Appendices
Chapter 9.0: References
Chapter 10.0: List of Preparers*
     Chapter 10.1: Preparers and Contributors
     Chapter 10:2: Reviewers
Chapter 11.0: Response to Public Comments
Chapter 12.0: Distribution List
Chapter 13.0: Index

Appendices
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Appendix A: Site Evaluation Process
Appendix B: Waste Processing Alternative Selection Process
Appendix C.1: Socioeconomics thru Figure C.1.15
     Appendix C.1: Figures C.1.16 thru References
Appendix C.2: Air Resources
Appendix C.3: Health and Safety
Appendix C.4: Facility Accidents
Appendix C.5: Traffic and Transportation
Appendix C.6: Project Information
Appendix C.7: Description of Input and Final Waste Steams
Appendix C.8: Description of Activities and Impacts at the Hanford Site
Appendix C.9: Facility Disposition Modeling
Appendix C.10: Environmental Consequences Data
Appendix D: Comment Documents on Draft EIS
    Appendix D: Alphabetical List of Commentors by Name


* Large Sections broken down