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Office of Radiation Protection, Radioactive Materials Section Homepage - WA State Dept of Health
Material Section Statistics Noncompliance Hospitals Laboratories Industrial Contact Information The Radioactive Materials Section charges an annual fee for each license and registration. Fees support all costs associated with operating the Radioactive ... , private physicians, and veterinarians using extremely limited amounts of radioactive material for in-vitro clinical testing are only required ...
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Managing Radioactive Materials & Waste | Radiation Protection Program | US EPA
Mixed waste” contains both radioactive ...
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Integrated Environmental Management, Inc. - Radiation-Related Consulting and Services
If the issue has anything to do with radiation or radioactive material, IEM can help you reach an outcome that is not only technically-sound and legally ...
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Radiation Protection Adviser (RPA) and Radiation Safety Training services
Likewise, our advice for radioactive material users ranges from the small school source to radioactive sources in the PBq range and above (i.e. we ... Our advice therefore also covers the Radioactive Substances Act 1993 and transport regulations. We also provide RPA advice for users of NORM (naturally occuring radioactive materials). Practical Radiation Protection ...
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Radiation Safety Resources
Potassium-40. Facts and figures about the most common radioactive material, potassium-40. Potassium-40 is the most dominant naturally occurring radioisotope in soil. It is ...
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Division of Environmental Health - Washington State Dept. of Health
Lead • Mercury • Mold • Nuclear Safety • Pesticide Exposure and Illness • PBDEs (flame retardants) • Radiation Control • Radioactive Material Licenses • Radioactive Waste • School Safety and Health • Shellfish Safety • Swimming Pools & Beach Safety • Tick-Borne Diseases • Wastewater ...
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Climate Change - Energy: Nuclear
As of 2000, Canada has 35,000 tonnes of highly radioactive nuclear waste, with nowhere to put it. With a radioactive half-life of 25,000 years, nuclear waste remains dangerous ... safety issues surrounding nuclear power, especially as power plants age. Nuclear plants routinely emit radioactive material, imposing cancer risks on its workers, their children, and people in surrounding communities. Power ...
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Radioactive Mixed Waste | Wastes | US EPA
(LLRW) and hazardous waste. LLRW is defined as any radioactive waste that is not high-level radioactive waste, spent nuclear fuel, or byproduct material. LLMW ... level mixed waste (LLMW) and technologically-enhanced, naturally-occurring, and/or accelerator-produced radioactive material (NARM) containing hazardous waste. LLMW is exempt from some RCRA storage and treatment ...
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Radioactive Substances Exemption Order - Radioactive Substances Act 1993
Radioactive Substances Act 1993 in respect of storage, during transit, of radioactive material. The exclusion is conditional in some cases and needs to be considered in conjunction with other legislation, in particular the Radioactive Material ...
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"Ask the Experts" Category: Radioactive Waste Disposal
Q251 Β– How do I dispose of gadolinium-153 sources? Q559 Β– Handling and disposal of radioactive materials Q854 Β– Radioactive material containers Q1050 Β– UK disposal of radioactive ...
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