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b. Class NS-2: Non Fuel Components c. Class NS-3: Short Cooled d. Class NS 4: Non-LWR e. Class NS-5: Consolidated Fuel Rods. 3. Failed Fuel: a. Class F-1: Visual Failure or Damage b. Class F-2: Radioactive “Leakage" c. Class F-3: Encapsulated
D. High-Level Radioactive Waste The DOE shall accept high-level radioactive waste. Detailed acceptance criteria and general specifications for such waste will be issued by the DOE no later than the date on which DOE submits its license application to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for the first disposal facility.
2. Nonfuel Components. Nonfuel components including, but not limited to, control spiders, burnable poison rod assemblies, control rod elements, thimble plugs, fission chambers, and primary and secondary neutron sources, that are contained within the fuel assembly, or BWR channels that are an integral part of the fuel assembly, which do not require special handling, may be included as part of the spent nuclear fuel delivered for disposal pursuant to this contract.
NOTE: Fuel that does not meet these specifications shall be classified as Nonstandard Fuel-Class NS-2.
3. Cooling. The minimum cooling time for fuel is five (5) years.
NOTE: Fuel that does not meet this specification shall be classified as Nonstandard Fuel-Class NS 3.
4. Non-LWR Fuel. Fuel from other than LWR power facilities shall be classified as Nonstandard Fuel-Class NS-4. Such fuel may be unique and require special handling, storage, and disposal facilities.
5. Consolidated Fuel Rods. Fuel which has been disassembled and stored with the fuel rods in a consolidated manner shall be classified as Nonstandard Fuel Class NS-5. 6. Failed Fuel. a. Visual Inspection.
Assemblies shall be visually inspected for evidence of structural deformity or damage to cladding or spacers which may require special handling. Assemblies which (1) are structurally deformed or have damaged cladding to the extent that special handling may be required or  for any reason cannot be handled with normal fuel handling equipment shall be classified as Failed FuelClass F-1. b. Previously Encapsulated Assemblies. Assemblies eucapsulated by Purchaser prior to classification hereunder shall be classified as Failed Fuel-Class F-3. Purchaser shall advise DOE of the reason for the prior encapsulation of assemblies in sufficient detail so that DOE may plan for appropriate subsequent handling.
c. Regulatory Requirements.
Spent fuel assemblies shall be packaged and placed in casks so that all applicable regulatory requirements are met.
Detailed Description of Purchaser's Fuel This information shall be provided by Purchaser for each distinct fuel type within a Shipping Lot not later than sixty (60) days prior to the schedule transportation date. Purchaser Contract Number/Date - Reactor/Facility Name
I. Drawings included in generic dossier:
1. Fuel Assembly DWG# -
1. Element type — (rod, plate, etc.)
4. Cladding material — (Zr, 8.8., etc.) Assembly Description:
1. Number of Elements — 2. Overall dimensions (length — (cross
section) — (in.) 3. Overall weight
III. Describe any distortions, cladding damage or other damage to the spent fuel, or nonfuel components within this Shipping Lot which will require special handling procedures. (Attach additional pages if needed.)
C. Summary of Fuel Classifications
1. Standard Fuel: 2. Class S-1: PWR b. Class S-2: BWR 2. Nonstandard Fuel: 2 Class NS-1: Physical Dimensions
IV. Assembly Number — Shipping Lot #
Irradiation history cycle No.
1 2 3 4 5
Any false, fictitious or fradulent statement may be punishable by fine or imprisonment (U.S. Code, Title 18, Section 1001).
1. Startup date (mo/daylyr) ...... 2. Shutdown date (moldaylyr). 3. Cumulative fuel exposure
(mwd/mtu) ... 4. Avg. reactor power (mwth) .. 5. Total heat output/assembly in watts, using an approved calculational method:
as of Date
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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
APPENDIX G - STANDARD REMITTANCE ADVICE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES
was Provisions Regarding the Confidentiality of Intormation The information contained in those forme may be information which is exempt from disclosuro bo he public under the comption for redo secret and confidential commercial Information specified n the Freedom of Information Act of 5 USC 522bX OXFOU) a (prohidin hrom public reload by 18 USC 1805 However, bolore a determination can be made that particular Information is within the coverno ritheo then statutory provision, the portion submitting the Information must make a showing satistactory the Department concerning is confidential nature. Therefore, respondents should stan briefly and specifically fon a clement-by-element bugia il poseblo), in later nccompanying submission of the form why they consider the information concemed to be a rede secret or other proprietary Information, whether such normation is asomarily reated a confidential Information by their companies and the industry, and the type of competitive hardship that would result from disclosure of the information. In accordando in the provisions of 10 CFR 1004.11 of DOE's FOU regulations, DOE i determine whether any inbormation submind thould be with held from public diadomun. I DOE receives a response and does not receive a request, with substantive justification, that the Intormation submind should not be relotsod to the public DOE may assume that the respondent does not objedib disclosure b the public of any information submited on the torm. A new written justification need not be submitted each time the NWPA-B30G is submitted it:
a. views concerning information items idondfied as privileged or confidential have not changed and
b. a written justification setting forth respondents viows in this regard was previously submued. In accordance with the cited statutes and other applicable authority, the intormation must be made available upon request, to the Congress or any committee of Congress, the General Accounting Office, and other Federal agencies authorized by law to receive such information.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING STANDARD REMITTANCE
ADVICE FOR PAYMENT OF FEES Section 1.0 Identification Information
1.1 Name of Purchaser as it appears on the Standard Contract, the mailing address, state, and zip code.
Name and telephone number of person responsible for the completion of this form. 1.3 Standard Contract identification number as assignod by DOE.
Period covered by this advice and date of this payment. Any period diferent from the assigned three month period should be explained on a separate attachment.
Section 2.0 Spent Nudear Fuel (SNF) Fee
Enter the number of reactors for which the purchaser had irradiated fuel as of midnight between 617 April 1983 (equal to the number of Annex B Forms
payment is made after June 30, 1985.
2.7 Total payment of lee which this advice represents. Show principal, interest, and total. Section 3.0 Foe for Electricity Generated and Sold (
M Wh) 3.1 Enter the number of reactors the Purchaser is reporting on during this reporting period. 2 Enter total electricity generated and sold during the reporting period from all reactors being reported. This is the sum ol Station Total figures of line 42
from all Annex A forms attached, expressed in megawan hours. 3 Current Fee Rate as provided by DOE initially 1.0 M Wh which is equal to 1.0 StWh). 3.4 Total Fee for Electricity Generated and Sold (
M Wh) represented by this advice. Section 4.0 Underpaymenvlate payment (as nonfied by DOE)
18.104.22.168 Sell Explanatory. Section 5.0 Other Credits Claimed
Represents all items for which a purchaser may receive credit, as specified in the Standard Contract. Section 6.0 Total Remittance
6.1 - 6.6 This section is a summary of the payments made in the previously mentioned categories with this remittance, Section 7.0 Certification
Enter the name and title of the individual your company has designated to certify the accuracy of the data. Sign the Certification block and enter the current date.
U.S. Department of Energy
OMB No. 1901-0260 Energy Information Administration ANNEX A TO APPENDIX G
(Expires 11/30/93) Form NWPA-830G
Standard Remittance Advice for Payment of Fees
Section 1. Identification Information: Please first read the Instructions on the back. 1.1 Purchaser Information:
|| 1.3 Station Name: -
1.4 Standard Contract Identification
Number: 1.15 State:
- 1.16 Zip: 1.17 Utility ID Number —
1.5 Perlod Covered (MM/DD/YY): 1.2 Contact Person: 1.21 Name:
1.52 Date of This Submission:_ _
Unlt 3 Station Total" 2.1 Unit ID Code: 22 Gross Thermal Energy Generated (MWh): 2.3 Gross Electricity Generated (MWh): 2.4 Nuclear Station Use While At Least One
Nuclear Unit Is In Service** (MWh): 2.5 Nuclear Station Use While All Nuclear
Units Are Out 01 Service (MWh): 2.6 Net Electricity Generated (MWh)
(Item 2.3 minus Item 2.4); 2.7 Footnote (if any): For a nuclear station with more than one reactor and different ownerships for each reactor, a separate Annex A will be required. **Usites unable to meter individual unit use shall report estimated unit use and shall explain in a footnote how the unit data were estimated.
Section 3. Total Energy Adjustment Factor Calculation 3.1 Welghted Energy Adjustment Adj. for Sales to Adjustment for Factor Calculation
ultimate Consumer Sales for Resale
Ad). Name of Nuclear Consumer Adj. Factor Resale Factor Factor
Factor Station Owner(s) (FSC) (SCAF (FSR) (NAF) (OEAF)