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Fund administration

In June, 2000, "the Designated Radioactive Waste Final Disposal Act" that prescribes designation of an organization to manage the final disposal fund was enacted, and in November, RWMC was designated as the organization by METI. Following the designation, RWMC newly established "the fund administration division" and started to manage the fund related to high-level radioactive waste accumulated by Nuclear Waste Management Organization of Japan (NUMO). Along with this, we established "Rules of information disclosure on the fund administration" and "Rules of ethics on the fund administration" to disclose appropriate information and maintain ethics of the related officers and employees. Furthermore, in April, 2008, RWMC also started to manage the final disposal funds related to TRU waste subject to geological disposal.

1.Basic scheme

Basic schematic diagram regarding the Final Disposal Fund Administration

2.Performance of Fund Administration

1-1 Balance of the TypeⅠ Final Disposal Fund
(unit:million yen)
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*"Type I is for final disposal of HLW"
*"Reimbursement" means the amount paid back to NUMO.
*"Increase/Decrease"includes NUMO's re-reserve.
*"interest,etc." includes interest receivable.
1-2 Portfolio of the TypeⅠ Final Disposal Fund
As of March 31, 2016
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* "Corporate, etc" includes FILP Agency Bonds.
* "Maturity of the bonds is mainly 10 years"
* "Total Balance" includes interest accrued and receivable.
1-3 Balance of the TypeⅡ Final Disposal Fund
(unit:million yen)
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*"Type Ⅱ is for final disposal of TRU waste in geological repository"
*"Reimbursement" means the amount paid back to NUMO.
*"Increase/Decrease"includes NUMO's re-reserve.
*"interest,etc." includes interest receivable.
1-4 Portfolio of the TypeⅡ Final Disposal Fund
As of March 31, 2016
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*"Corporate,etc"includes FILP Agency Bonds.
*"Maturity of the bonds is 5 years"
*"Total Balance" includes interest accrued and receivable.