The selection of even lower levels of clean up standards for each site/state is 
another example of how the linear threshold/ALARA concept results in 
unnecessary cost to the public and risk from moving large quantities of low 
level radioactive material across country. 
I’m proud that Oregon applied reason and used the NRC standard for clean up of 
Trojan. 
My evening rant 😯
Regards
Tom Meek CHP

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> On Apr 12, 2018, at 8:52 AM, emgoldin via Powernet <powernet@hpspowernet.org> 
> wrote:
> 
> I just saw an article that says the Massachusetts Dept of Health wants a 10 
> mrem/yr standard for the decommissioning of Pilgrim. Does anyone know what 
> the scenario will be for the site? Resident farmer? Just curious because 
> there seems to be a trend for states to set limits considerably lower than 
> NRC regs.
> 
> Thanks,  Eric Goldin,  CHP
> 
> 
> 
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