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Figure I depicts the geaeml layout of all the wet and dry storage facilities at INEL. In Appendix B, Table B-I providm a general overview of these facilitim along with retisementdatessmtawd by INEL. Thistable aim delineatm whether or uot the facilitim me be upgradedto extend their design fife ted whether or not the facility meets prmeat standetds. Table B-2 mammaflzm the existing invmtory and the storage capacity for all SN'F storage facilities at INEL. Both kinds of facilitim me operated by EG&O and WINCe.
2 Purpose/Operation • * • * VEPCO DRCT EMAD Turkey Point B-17 The fuel is chan_terized as 38 fuel assemblies and 24 consolidated canisters from Surry and Turkey Point. 957 KS. 1 MTHM). 3 MTR - Canal Reactor Canal) (Materials Test Description The Test Reactor Area (TRA) has spent fuel stored at three locations. These are TRA-603 Mater/als Test Reactor (MTR), TRA-660 Advmcod Reactivity Measurement Facility (ARMI_ and the Coupled Fast Reactivity Measurement Facility (CFRMF), and the TRA-670 Advanced Test Reactor (ATR).
Radioactive materials can eater the pool by underwater transfer or by being li/hmdby crane throughdouble doom on the west side of the facility. 4 m (ii/i) wide, is used to transfer mdimctive materialsbetweenthe poolvestibule in the TAN Hot Shop (THS). Materialsare loaded on or off the tmmfer _ using the Hot Shop overhead crane and manipulator or cranes within the pool facility. At present, the TAN storagepool is loaded to about 80 percent of availablecapacity with Three Mile Island- 2 (TMI-2) fuel debris, commercial fuel tad other materials.