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California Radioactive Materials License Obtained by RSCS
Posted on September 7th, 2016

Over the past year, RSCS has been performing mass screening of large mechanical components to qualify them for free release for a military client in California.  RSCS has performed this work under reciprocity recognition of our State of New Hampshire decommissioning license by the State of California Department of Public Health, Radiologic Health Branch. This decommissioning license is required by the NRC and other State regulations to perform activities that terminate a facility‚Äôs radioactive materials license or to safely remove some types of radioactive materials. 

RSCS is experienced in performing decommissioning activities for nuclear power, medical, industrial, and research facilities which include radiological controls, personnel dosimetry, worker safety, environmental characterization and remediation, contaminated groundwater investigations, waste monitoring, packaging, final surveys and reporting. We were brought in as a teaming partner for the current work in California based on our experience and ability to obtain reciprocity for our decommissioning license.  California State rules only allow reciprocity to be in effect for 180 days per calendar year. After a successful pilot program, the scope of work for our military client was extended, and necessitated the acquisition of a site license from the State of California. RSCS is pleased to announce that the State of California has issued this Radioactive Materials License #8149-37 for our Santee CA facility. We look forward to a productive relationship with our California State regulators as we continue supporting decommissioning efforts in their state.

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