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Significant Aspects Review Matrix

The following lists provide summaries of the environmental aspects that have been determined to be significant with respect to the activities conducted at either the Collider-Accelerator Department or the Superconducting Magnet Division

 

Collider-Accelerator Department

 

Superconducting Magnet Division

Atmospheric Discharges

Atmospheric Discharges

Environmental Noise

Hazardous Waste

Hazardous Waste

Historical Contamination*

Historical Contamination*

Historical Monuments and Cultural Resources*

Historical Monuments and Cultural Resources*

Liquid Discharges

Liquid Discharges

Mixed Waste

Materials Recycling

Radioactive Waste

Mixed Waste

Regulated Industrial Waste

PCBs

Raw Materials

Radioactive Waste

Sensitive/Endangered Species and Sensitive Habitats*

Regulated Industrial Waste

Storage/Use Of Chemicals or Radioactive Material

Regulated Medical Waste

Total Water Consumption Greater than 650 K gals/day

Sensitive/Endangered Species and Sensitive Habitats*

 

Soil Activation

 

Storage/Use Of Chemicals or Radioactive Material

 

Total Power Consumption Greater than 58 M KWh/year

 

Total Water Consumption Greater than 650 K gals/day

 

 *Not directly related to activities conducted at C-AD/SMD

 
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