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Anthony J. Baratta

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Local Address: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
11555 Rockville Pike
Rockville, Maryland 20852
United States

Company Description: The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) was created as an independent agency by Congress in 1974 to enable the nation to safely use radioactive materials for...   more

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Nuclear Installations Safety Division | Executive Committee, 11 Aug 2014 [cached]
Anthony J. Baratta Nominations Committee Chair United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission Email:
Anthony J. Baratta Ex Officio
2012-2013 Anthony J. Baratta
TMI 25 Years Later: The Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant Accident and Its Impact, Bonnie Anne Osif, Anthony J. Baratta, and Thomas W. Conkling, 26 June 2006 [cached]
The Three Mile Island Nuclear Power Plant Accident and Its ImpactBonnie Anne Osif, Anthony J. Baratta, and Thomas W. Conkling
Anthony Baratta is a nuclear engineer who worked with the decontamination and recovery project at TMI and is an expert in nuclear accidents.
Anthony J. Baratta is Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Head of the Nuclear Safety Center at The Pennsylvania State University. Today's Sunbeam News, 27 Jan 2002 [cached]
Evidence supporting the safety of storing the nation's waste in a single location has been proven, said Anthony Baratta, professor of Nuclear Energy at Pennsylvania State University.
Nine sites in six states were initially investigated as potential repository locations and Baratta said the underground site, which is under construction, can survive natural disasters like an earthquake or a terrorist attack and can remain in safe operation for 10,000 years.Baratta said simulated waste has been placed at the site to see how it will react and it performed favorably.
If all of the waste was laid out on a football field it would be piled 20 feet high, he said.That matter is a ''manageable'' amount of material, material that was never intended for long-term storage.
The mountain is being constructed to handle ''all of the current waste and then some,'' Baratta said.It is estimated the mountain would be able to safely store 77,000 tons of the waste, but would not be open at least until 2010.
Not all of the fuel can be moved immediately, however, as newer waste needs to ''cool off'' before it is moved.
Republican 2nd-Dist.U.S. Rep.
While researching ways to help Japan ..., 29 Dec 2011 [cached]
While researching ways to help Japan move on from the tsunami and nuclear meltdown brought on by a powerful earthquake on March 11, 2011, Nakagawa came across research conducted by Barbara Gray, professor of organizational behavior at the Penn State Smeal College of Business, and Anthony Baratta, professor emeritus of nuclear engineering in the Penn State College of Engineering.
Nakagawa, founder of Hug Japan, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping those affected by the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake, invited Gray and Baratta to Japan to share the insights they gained helping the communities surrounding Three Mile Island following that disaster more than 30 years ago.
Gray, Baratta, and other Penn State colleagues teamed up with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (now the Department of Environmental Protection) to restore public trust in the recovery efforts.
Baratta, now with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and his Penn State nuclear engineering colleagues created a new device to measure beta radiation, the type released at Three Mile Island.
The Kitaibaraki trip concluded with a meeting of about 300 local residents during which Gray and Baratta explained their Three Mile Island project and its positive effect on the psyches of devastated communities.
Back at the symposium in Tokyo, Gray, Baratta, and representatives from consulting firms, NGOs, and corporations shared their ideas on recovery, including ways to get the people of coastal Japan back to work and some sense of normalcy.
National Center of Security and Protection (NATSP) [cached]
Dr. Anthony Baratta, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, NRC, USA
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