Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2010 16:33:43 -0700
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From: Mark Cameron <Mark.Cameron**At_Symbol_Here**DOJ.CA.GOV>
Subject: Re: Uranyl Acetate
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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 

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 

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