- Nuclear policy of the United States
In general, Nuclear policy of the United States refers to the policies of the various agencies and departments of the American government at the Federal level with regard to biomedical, energy, emergency response,hazardous waste transport and disposal, military, use of radionuclides including US policy with regard to its participation in international treaties, conventions and organizations. Nuclear policy of the United States may also include management and regulation of nuclear levels in air, food, ground water and other potentially hazardous sources.
- Nuclear energy policy of the United States
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission
- Nuclear weapons and the United States
- Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation
- United States Department of Energy
For nuclear emergency policy of the United States see
For nuclear waste policy see
- Low-level radioactive waste policy of the United States
- Radioactive waste
- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
- Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository
- Classification of radioactive waste
- Low Level waste
- Mixed waste (radioactive/hazardous)
- Spent Nuclear Fuel
- High Level Waste
For international nuclear policy of the US see
- Environmental policy
- Environmental policy of the United States
- Food irradiation
- Food and Drug Administration
- National Environmental Policy Act
- Nuclear energy policy by country
- Nuclear power debate
- Nuclear power phase-out
- Nuclear weapons testing#Nuclear testing by country
- United States and weapons of mass destruction
- All pages beginning with "Nuclear"
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