Funding Long-Term Stewardship. James D. Werner, Director of Long-Term Stewardship Office of Environmental Management U.S. Department of Energy. Resources for the Future Workshop Long-Term Stewardship at Contaminated Sites: Innovative Funding and Oversight December 7, 2000.
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James D. Werner, Director of Long-Term Stewardship
Office of Environmental Management
U.S. Department of Energy
Resources for the Future Workshop
Long-Term Stewardship at Contaminated Sites: Innovative Funding and Oversight
December 7, 2000
2000-2006 Budget Targets
Billions of Dollars
Stewardship Rough Cost
Estimates from the NDAA Report
*As of 2070
* May require new legal authority to establish and operate
Congressional Report on Long-Term Stewardship
Will provide initial scope of existing and projected site-by-site long-term stewardship activities.
Long-Term Stewardship (LTS) Studyfor PEIS Settlement
Will not determine policiesWill provide research and analytical support for policy development process.
Other Current Tasks
*Long-term Institutional Management of U.S. Department of Energy Legacy Waste Sites.
National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, August 2000