LLW Forum's Disused Sources Working Group Report Now Available

In September 2011, at the request of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security Administration/Global Threat Reduction Initiative (NNSA/GTRI), the LLW Forum formed the Disused Sources Work Group (DSWG) to develop recommendations for improving the management and disposition of disused sealed sources that pose a threat to national security.

Over a 30-month period, the DSWG solicited input from a broad range of stakeholders. The final report, which includes findings and recommendations from the working group, was released at the spring LLW Forum meeting in Austin, Texas on March 17, 2014.

A limited number of printed copies of the report will be available while supplies last by contacting the LLW Forum at (754) 779-7551 or LLWForumInc@aol.com.

The report may also be downloaded and printed by clicking this link: Final DSWG report (PDF)

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Interstate compacts have authority over the import and export of low-level radioactive waste. When arranging waste management services, it is advisable to contact the compact commission(s) of jurisdiction.

You may search the directory for waste brokers, processors and transporters by service, waste stream or company on the Company Search page.

If you are interested in being listed in the national directory, submit a directory listing request on the Contact Us page.

Spring 2017 LLW Forum Meeting
Denver, Colorado from April 24-25, 2017

The spring 2017 meeting of the LLW Forum will be held at the Embassy Suites — Downtown Convention Center Hotel in Denver, Colorado from April 24-25, 2017. This will be a one and one-half day meeting beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Monday and concluding at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday.

The meeting is being co-sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Low-Level Radioactive Waste Board and the Midwest Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Compact Commission.

Meeting Bulletin
Registration Form (paper version)
Registration Form (online version)

A draft agenda for the meeting will be posted, once available.

For additional information, please contact Todd D. Lovinger, the LLW Forum’s Executive Director, at LLWForumInc@aol.com or at (754) 779-7551.






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