Yucca Mountain Standards
A docket is a publicly available collection of documents that federal agencies use in making a particular regulatory decision. Dockets typically include technical documents, letters, minutes of meetings, comments submitted during the comment period, and other materials.
On this page:
- What dockets does EPA maintain on Yucca Mountain?
- Where are the Yucca Mountain docket and informational files located?
- How can I view the documents in the Yucca Mountain docket and informational files?
What dockets does EPA maintain on Yucca Mountain?
- The official docket for the final amendments to the Yucca Mountain standards is EPA-HQ-OAR-2005-0083.
- The official docket for the 2001 Yucca Mountain standards is OAR-2001-0007 (formerly called A-95-12).
Both are located in Washington, DC. There are also informational files at two locations in Nevada.
Where are the Yucca Mountain docket and information files located?
|Location||Hours of Operation||Contact|
|Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center
Room 3334, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
1301 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20460-0001
|Monday - Friday:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
FAX: 202.566.9744 Electronic Docket for Final Standards (www.regulations.gov)
|University of Nevada-Las
4505 South Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89154
|Hours vary. Please call ahead or consult Lied Library's web page.||Phone: 702.895.2200|
829 East Farm Road
Amargosa Valley, NV 89020
|Hours vary. Please call ahead or consult Amargosa Valley Community Library||Phone: 775.372.5340|
How can I view the documents in the Yucca Mountain docket and informational files?
There are several options for reviewing materials or obtaining copies from the docket or informational files:
- Visit the official docket or the locations where the information files are maintained. You can also view the official docket electronically:
- The official docket and the informational files are open to the public. You can review and photocopy documents at these locations. Check with the docket or informational file locations about copying arrangements.
- Request photocopies by mail from the official docket. (See address above.) The people who maintain the official docket will photocopy and send copies of materials to you upon request. The cost for this service will depend on the amount of material you request (small requests are generally free).