Category: Waste Management and Radiation Control

Generator Site Access:
Waste Management and Radiation Control Permits and Permitting

Jump to: Applications Inspection & Enforcement Notification R313-26 of the Utah Radiation Control Rules establishes the terms for a Generator Site Access Permit Program which authorizes waste generators, waste processors and waste collectors to deliver radioactive wastes to a land disposal facility located within the state. Online Applications The eUtah online application system may be …

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Transportation FAQs (Generator Site Access):
Waste Management and Radiation Control Permits and Permitting

Jump to: Permit Requirements Shipping Papers Marking Labeling Placarding Emergency Response Information Training Stenciling Load Restraint Since, September 9, 2001, Jule Fausto, Health Physicist, has conducted preliminary safety inspections at the Envirocare of Utah, low-level waste disposal facility. These FAQs are based on observations and findings to date. Permit Requirements Do carriers or transporters of …

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Hazardous Waste Facilities Permits

Evaluation of Closure, Post-Closure, and Perpetual Care and Maintenance for Commercial Hazardous Waste and Commercial Radioactive Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities (September (2016) Evaluation of Closure, Post-Closure, and Perpetual Care and Maintenance for Commercial Hazardous Waste and Commercial Radioactive Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities (September 2011) Evaluation of Closure, Post-Closure, and Perpetual Care …

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Environmental Quality Restricted Account

What is the EQRA? The Environmental Quality Restricted Account (EQRA) is a restricted account put in statute (19-1-108) in 1996 to provide revenue for regulation of solid, hazardous, and radioactive waste. It is funded through disposal fees paid by operators of commercial solid, hazardous, and radioactive waste facilities and municipal solid waste landfills. What Goes …

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