This page provides access to regulatory and technical documents written by the DWMRC, DWMRC contractors, or by DWMRC Radioactive Material Licensees. This is specific to radioactive disposal facilities and to the uranium milling facilities in Utah. The documents are provided in libraries according to the licensee and then by a project title. The documents are entered by date and title:
Energy Fuels Resources (USA) Inc.
Energy Fuels Resources (USA) Inc. (EFR) operates the White Mesa Uranium Mill, located approximately six miles south of Blanding. Prior to Energy Fuels Inc., taking ownership of the Mill in August, 2012, it was operated by Denison Mines (USA) Corporation from December, 2006 to August 2012. Proceeding Denison Mines, the facility was operated by International Uranium (USA) Corporation.
EnergySolutions is a Utah-based company that operates a commercial treatment, storage and disposal facility five miles south of the Clive exit on Interstate 80 in Tooele County and approximately 80 miles west of Salt Lake City.
Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action (Atlas Mill Site Cleanup)
The Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action (UMTRA) Project is relocating mill tailings and other contaminated materials from a former uranium-ore processing facility and from off-site properties known as vicinity properties in Moab, Utah, to an engineered disposal cell constructed near Crescent Junction, Utah. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Environmental Management in Grand Junction, Colorado, has primary responsibility for managing the Moab Project.
Rio Algom Mining LLC
Rio Algom Mining LLC has a current Radioactive Materials License for a former uranium milling facility in the Lisbon Valley, San Juan County, Utah. The Lisbon Valley site is located in San Juan County, Utah, approximately 2 miles south of the rural community of La Sal. The City of Moab, Utah is approximately 30 miles to the northwest of the Site, and Monticello, Utah is 35 miles south.
Rio Algom Mining Corporation began uranium mining and milling operations in May 1972. In October 1988 the mine was closed for economic reasons. Milling ceased in early 1989. Site reclamation also commenced in 1989. A construction completion report documenting the site reclamation activities was submitted to the State of Utah in November 2013.
The current facility is comprised of two reclaimed tailings impoundments, engineered storm water diversion channels and associated infrastructure, and reclaimed open space formerly occupied by the surface mine facilities and roads. Rio Algom is currently working with the State of Utah on the remaining unresolved issues so that the site can be turned over to the Department of Energy for long term care and surveillance.
Anfield Resources Holding Corporation
Anfield Resources Holding Corporation: also known as Shootaring Canyon the site is located in a sparsely populated area of Garfield County, southeastern Utah, approximately 50 miles south of Hanksville, Utah, 14 miles north of Bullfrog Basin Marina, and 2 miles west of Utah State Highway 276. The small town of Ticaboo is located 2.6 miles south of the site.
- EPA 40 CFR Part 264 Statistical Methods for Evaluating Ground-Water Monitoring From Hazardous Waster Facilities; Final Rule (10/11/88)
- EPA Guidance for Data Quality Assessment: Practical Methods for Data Analysis (07/2000)
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)—Ground-Water Monitoring Technical Enforcement Guidance Document (09/1986)
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)—Ground-Water Monitoring Draft Technical Guidance (11/1992)
- Statistical Analysis of Ground-Water Monitoring Data at RCRA Facilities Interim Final Guidance (04/1989)
- Statistical Analysis of Ground-Water Monitoring Data at RCRA Facilities Addendum to Interim Final Guidance (087/1992)
- Utah Administrative Code Rule R317-6. Ground Water Quality Protection