February 28th, 2017
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has issued to AUC its Source and Byproduct Materials License to construct and operate an ISR uranium recovery facility for the Reno Creek Project. AUC now possesses all permits and licenses needed to proceed with the project.
NRC issued the Final Environmental Impact Statement on December 17, 2017, noting that “only small environmental impacts would result from the construction, operation, aquifer restoration and decommissioning of the proposed in situ recovery facility. Small impacts are defined as those that would be undetectable or so minor that they would not noticeably alter any important attribute of the environmental resource in question.”
On February 3, 2017, NRC posted its Record of Decision, which stated that the decision to issue the Licence to AUC was based on the license application, consultation with federal, state, tribal, and local agencies, the NRC staff independent review, and the assessments summarized in the EIS. The License, signed by NRC, was received February 24, 2017.
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June 28th, 2013
AUC sponsored a hole for the Gene George Memorial Golf Tournament held in Casper, Wyoming at the Three Crowns Golf Course. This annual tournament is run by the Wyoming Geological Association and Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (Wyoming Section) to raise scholarship funds for engineering and geology students. AUC ISR Engineering and Operations Manager, Leland Huffman, participated in the tournament.
Leland Huffman, Gene George Memorial Golf Tournament
Three Crowns Golf Course, Casper, WY