It is a low level radioactive material, so cannot be disposed of as regular hazardous waste. It doesn't need a radiation license in CA to my knowledge. Mark Cameron, MS, CIH Sr. Industrial Hygienist Health and Safety Program Manager California Criminalistics Institute Bureau of Forensic Services (916) 227-5956 >>> John Longo
4/13/2010 2:37 PM >>> Hi All, Is uranyl acetate from EMS (cat# 22400) low level radioactive material? Does a facility need to have it on its radiation licence if it uses less than 100 gram quantities? -- John Longo SJU Chemistry Department CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This communication with its contents may contain confidential and/or legally privileged information. It is solely for the use of the intended recipient(s). Unauthorized interception, review, use or disclosure is prohibited and may violate applicable laws including the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender and destroy all copies of the communication.
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