10 CFR 20.2005 - Disposal of specific wastes.

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§ 20.2005 Disposal of specific wastes.

(a) A licensee may dispose of the following licensed material as if it were not radioactive:

(1) 0.05 microcurie (1.85 kBq), or less, of hydrogen-3 or carbon-14 per gram of medium used for liquid scintillation counting; and

(2) 0.05 microcurie (1.85 kBq), or less, of hydrogen-3 or carbon-14 per gram of animal tissue, averaged over the weight of the entire animal.

(b) A licensee may not dispose of tissue under paragraph (a)(2) of this section in a manner that would permit its use either as food for humans or as animal feed.

(c) The licensee shall maintain records in accordance with § 20.2108.

Title 10 published on 2015-12-04

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  • 2016-12-28; vol. 81 # 249 - Wednesday, December 28, 2016
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  • 2016-12-28; vol. 81 # 249 - Wednesday, December 28, 2016
    1. 81 FR 95410 - Rulemaking Activities Being Discontinued by the NRC
      GPO FDSys: XML | Text
      NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
      Rulemaking activities; discontinuation.
      Effective December 28, 2016, the rulemaking activities discussed in this document are discontinued.
      10 CFR Parts 20 and 50