Periodically the library receives documents from various government agencies to be displayed for public review. Links to the digital versions of these documents will be posted when available.
In accordance with the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA), the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and a Consent Decree with BP
Exploration & Production Inc. (BP), the Deepwater Horizon (DWH) Federal natural resource trustee agencies for the Regionwide Trustee
Implementation Group (Regionwide TIG) prepared the Final Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment 1: Birds, Marine Mammals, Oysters,
and Sea Turtles (RP/EA), and Finding of No Significant Impact. In the RP/EA, the Regionwide TIG selected projects to help restore living
coastal and marine resources injured as a result of the DWH oil spill in the Regionwide Restoration Area under the ``Birds'', Marine
Mammals'', ``Oysters'', and ``Sea Turtles'' restoration types described in the Final Programmatic Damage Assessment Restoration Plan/
Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement. The total cost to implement the Regionwide TIG's eleven selected projects is
approximately $99.6 million.
The mission of the Radiological Emergency Planning and Response (REP&R) Program is to protect the health and safety of the public and environment in the event of a radiological incident. In order to fulfill this mission, the REP&R program is responsible for developing and maintaining the Louisiana Peacetime Radiological Response Plan for any potential incidents at nuclear power plants affecting the citizens and environment of the State of Louisiana.
Nuclear power plants located in Louisiana are River Bend Station in St. Francisville, and Waterford-3 Steam Electric Station in Taft. There is also a Grand Gulf Nuclear Station in Port Gibson, Mississippi which has the potential to affect Tensas Parish in Louisiana
FEMA evaluated full scale exercises are conducted every other year for each nuclear power plant to demonstrate reasonable assurance that plans and procedures are in place to ensure the health and safety of the public can be protected in the event of a nuclear power plant incident.
Emergencies at a Nuclear Power Plants are classified in four ways; Unusual Event, Alert, Site Area Emergency, and General Emergency.