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What is the number of fatalities and the number of serious injuries on community residents that are considered tolerable in the cost-to-benefit analysis of this project?

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What is the number of fatalities and the number of serious injuries on community residents that are considered tolerable in the cost-to-benefit analysis of this project?

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No injury or fatality involving the public or employees is acceptable. The federal objective is that the design and operation of the facility, either as proposed or as appropriately modified in accordance with the results of an environmental assessment, can be validly determined to have no significant environmental impact under a variety of normal and adverse conditions.

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