Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 106 Part 4.djvu/216

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106 STAT. 2952 PUBLIC LAW 102-486—OCT. 24, 1992 Protection Agency, shall report at least annually to the Congress on the status of health, safety, and environmental conditions at the gaseous diffusion uranium enrichment facilities of the Department. "(2) REQUIRED DETERMINATION. —Such report shall include a determination regarding whether the gaseous diffusion uranium enrichment facilities of the Department are in compliance with the standards established under subsection (a) and all applicable laws. " (c) CERTIFICATION PROCESS.— "(1) ESTABLISHMENT.- The Nuclear Regulatory Commission shall establish a certification process to ensure that the Corporation complies with standards established under subsection fa). "(2) ANNUAL APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF COMPU- ANCE.—The Corporation shall apply at least annually to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for a certificate of compliance under paragraph (1). The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, in consvdtation with the Environmental Protection Agency, shall review any such application and any determination made under subsection (b)(2) shall be based on the results of any such review. "(3) TREATMENT OF CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE. —The requirement for a certificate of compliance under paragraph (1) shall be in lieu of any requirement for a license for any gaseous diffusion facility of the Department leased by the Corporation. "(4) NRC REVIEW. — "(A) IN GENERAL.—The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, in consultation with the Environmental Protection Agency, shall review the operations of the Corporation with respect to any gaseous diffusion uranium enrichment facilities of the Department leased by the Corporation to ensure that public health and safety are adequately protected. "(B) ACCESS TO FACILITIES AND INFORMATION. —The Corporation and the Department shall cooperate fully with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency and shall provide the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency with the ready access to the facilities, personnel, and information the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Protection i^ency consider necessary to carry out their responsibilities under this subsection. A contractor operating a Corporation facility for the Corporation shall provide the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency with ready access to the facilities, personnel, and information of the contractor as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency^ consider necessary to carry out their responsibilities under this subsection. "(C) LIMITATION. —The Nuclear Regulatoiy Commission shall limit its finding under subsection (b)(2) to a determination of whether the facilities are in compliance with the standards established under subsection (a), "(d) I^QUIREMENT FOR OPERATION. —The gaseous diffusion uranium enrichment facilities of the Department may not be operated