3.7 International Experience with Waste Certification, Acceptance and Disposal for LLW/ILW 3.8 Assessment of Disposal Systems, Facilities and Sites for LLW/ ILW – a Global Perspective 3.9 Selected Key Topics in US Commercial LLW Management 3.10 Global Use of Cementitious Waste Forms for LLW/ILW 3.11 Waste Management in Mining, Uranium Industry, Oil and Gas and Non-Nuclear Sectors 3.12 Operating Experience in LLW and ILW Disposal Systems, Facilities and Sites – a Global Perspective 3.13 Disposal of Very Low Level Waste (VLLW)/Low-Activity Waste 4 NUCLEAR POWER PLANT (NPP) WASTE MANAGEMENT AND ON-SITE SNF/UNF MANAGEMENT Clint Miller, Pacific Gas & Electric Co (Lead Co-Chair) P: +1 805-545-4582, E: CCM1@pge.com Mark Lewis, EnergySolutions (Co-Chair) P: +1 803-450-2278, E: mslewis@energysolutions.com Andreas Roth, Atkins Energy Germany GmbH (Co-Chair) P: +49-40609465422, E: Andreas.Roth@atkinsglobal.com The track encompasses waste characterization and minimization, treatment, packaging and management of NPP operational wastes and NPP SNF/UNF storage and management 4. - Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) Waste Management and On-Site SNF/UNF Storage- Non-Specified Abstracts 4.0 Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) Waste Management and On-Site SNF/UNF Storage - Posters 4.1 Advances in the Management of Nuclear Power Plant Dry Waste from Around the World 4.2 Perspectives on Management of Nuclear Power Plant Liquid and Wet Waste 4.3 Nuclear Power Plant Onsite SNF/UNF Storage/ISFSIs and Failed Fuel Handling 4.4 Remote System Handling and Robotics for Commercial Nuclear Power Plants 5 PACKAGING AND TRANSPORTATION (P&T) Olaf Oldiges, DAHER Nuclear Technologies GmbH (Lead Co-Chair) P: +49-6181501100, E: O.Oldiges@daher.com Kent McDonald, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (Co-Chair) P: +1 509-375-6467, E: kmmcd6@gmail.com Paul Jones, Ameriphysics (Co-Chair) P: +1 865-591-8632, E: pjones@ameriphysics.com This track includes all activities and issues related to the safe, secure, economical packaging and transportation of radioactive materials. This includes HLW, TRU, LLW, ILW and MW, fresh and irradiated nuclear fuel, contaminated media and debris, isotopes and radioactive source, uranium hexafluoride, etc. Topic areas include international regulatory activities, issues, and initiatives, packaging development and related issues, logistics and transportation operations including large items from decommissioning, integrated planning and scheduling, status and issues for large shipping campaigns and stakeholder and public interactions and issues. 5. - Packaging and Transportation - Non-Specified Abstracts 5.0 Packaging and Transportation - Posters 5.1 Worldwide Experience in Packaging and Transportation of Radioactive and Other Hazardous Materials 5.2 Radioactive Material Packaging and Transportation Regulatory Issues Worldwide 5.3 Global Advances in Packaging for Interim Storage, Transport and Disposal 5.4 State, Tribal and Regional Groups Perspectives in Resolving Radiological Transportation Issues 5.5 Waste Isolation Pilot Plant Packaging and Transportation Lessons Learned 5.6 Success Stories and Lessons Learned in Transportation Worldwide 5.7 Packaging Design 5.8 Transportation Security Advances and Challenges 6 DECONTAMINATION AND DECOMMISSIONING (D&D) Al Freitag, Consultant (Lead Co-Chair) P: +1 914-475-1170, E: aafreita@aol.com Jas Devgun, Consultant (Co-Chair) P: +1 630-885-0681, E: jasdevgun@yahoo.com Fred Sheil, Sheil Consulting Ltd (Co-Chair) P: +44-1900821061, E: fred@sheil.myzen.co.uk This Track includes all aspects of D&D from shutdown and planning to license termination and/or Greenfield, including characterization, decontamination, storage/SAFESTOR, dismantling, demolition, waste handling, final survey, and associated new technology development for both government and commercial nuclear power and non-power facilities. It also includes D&D technologies and program strategies worldwide, as well as the regulatory aspects. 6. - D&D - Non-Specified Abstracts 6.0 D&D - Posters 6.1 D&D of Nuclear and Non-Power Generating Facilities Both Large and Small 6.2 D&D of Nuclear Power Plants 6.3 D&D of US DOE Facilities 6.4 Plans for and Experience in Transitioning from Operations to Decommissioning 6.5 International Experience in Waste Optimization/Minimization and Harmonization During D&D 6.6 Application of Innovative D&D Technologies including Robotics/ Remote Systems 6.7 An International View on Approaches to Fast Track Technology Development and Demonstration 7 ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION (ER) Kurt Gerdes, US DOE (Lead Co-Chair) P: +1 301-903-7289, E: kurt.gerdes@em.doe.gov Tjalle “Chuck” Vandergraaf, Consultant (Co-Chair) P: +1 204-753-8402, E: ttveiv@mts.net Allen Roos, USACE (Co-Chair) P: +1 917-790-8333, E: Allen.D.Roos@Usace.Army.Mil This track includes all activities associated with the assessment, cleanup, and closure of contaminated sites. The topics will explore how to restore and protect human health and the environment through investigation, cleanup, closure, and long-term site management. It focuses on above and below ground remedial actions and cleanup activities to include site inspection, characterization and evaluation, sampling and analysis, compliance monitoring, resolving regulatory issues that impact cleanup, aquifer and soil remediation, managing waste resulting from cleanup activities, remedial design and implementation, accelerating cleanup through technological or process improvements, closure, sustainable green remediation processes and legacy management/long-term stewardship. 7. - Environmental Remediation - Non-Specified Abstracts 7.0 Environmental Remediation - Posters 7.1 Environmental Remediation Progress Towards Closure of Contaminated Sites Around the World 7.2 Technical Innovations in Environmental Remediation and Site Closure 7.3 Innovative Field Monitoring for Environmental Remediation 7.4 ER Post Closure Challenges and Long Term Stewardship/Legacy Management 7.5 Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) and US Army Corp of Engineers Projects 7.6 Groundwater Remediation Projects – Worldwide Experiences 7.7 Characterization and Remediation Technologies for Complex and Comingled Contaminants 7.8 Sustainable Remediation Processes – Global Insights or Applications 7.9 Environmental Remediation in Urban and Suburban Environments – Examples from Around the World 7.10 US DOE EM Risk-Informed Performance Based Decision Making 7.11 International Experience in Complex Site Characterization and Remediation Technologies WM2018 Nuclear and Industrial Robotics, Remote Systems and Other Emerging Technologies