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4. The Comanche Peak Environmental Report assumes that there will be no release to the environment from management of spent nuclear fuel and high-level wastes. This is a 0 assumption that is contradicted by the Environmental Protection Agency's Final Yucca Mountain radiation release regulations and the Department of Energy findings that significant radioactivity releases from Yucca Mountain would occur over time.
5. The COLA should consider environmental impacts and public health consequences of accidents and releases related to off-site radioactive waste disposal.
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6. The COLA adjudication should consider the public health impacts and environmental consequences of requiring governmental units to become the custodian of high-level waste and spent nuclear fuel at the Comanche Peak site after the operating license has lapsed and post-closure activities have been completed.
7. The Applicants COLA is incomplete because it fails to include the requirements of 10 CFR 52.80(d) that require the applicant to submit a description and plans for implementation of the guidance strategies intended to maintain or restore core cooling, containment, and spent fuel pool cooling capabilityes with the loss of large areas of the plant due to explosions and/or fires as required by 10 CRF 50.54 (hh) (2).