NRC FOIA Documents

A number of people requested information related to the Fukushima disaster from the US NRC by freedom of information requestion.  The NRC released the information in a very tangled and confusing manner that duplicated data and made it very hard to search. We have recompiled the data dump into an easier-to-navigate system. Below are all the releases.

We have a central very large PDF document of the entire data dump. The file is around 1GB and about 20k pages, it could possibly cause viewing or downloading issues for some people depending on their computer processing ability and internet connection. This document should allow people to search for keywords or other search strategies to pick out needed information.

Get the large central PDF here.

Individual documents from this large FOIA release can be viewed in our DropBox folder here.




3 thoughts on “NRC FOIA Documents

  • October 11, 2011 at 6:25 am

    Have you gone through any of these?

    I found paydirt…

    If there are more like this, they need to be pulled out…

    It looks like you need to break the list down by the standard reply group and then the larger docs that have NRC materials like A176

    • January 4, 2012 at 12:21 am

      Hi Roger,
      We have not gone through the FOIA documents in an organized effort.

  • October 11, 2011 at 5:27 pm

    You should separate this list of FOIA’s into two groups. The 63K files are all request letters. By pulling these aside you will make it easier to go through the real documents.

    If a group of folks worked together on this, it would be possible to share notes — do summaries of each major document. And believe me, after 3 hours of looking through this stuff, there are major gems!


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