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WAC 246-254-070

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Fees for specialized radioactive material licenses.

(1) Persons licensed or authorized to possess or use radioactive material in the following special categories shall forward annual fees to the department as follows:
(a) $9,164 for operation of a single nuclear pharmacy.
(b) $15,628 for operation of a single nuclear laundry.
(c) $15,628 for a license authorizing a single facility to use more than one curie of unsealed radioactive material in the manufacture and distribution of radioactive products or devices containing radioactive material.
(d) $5,476 for a license authorizing a single facility to use less than or equal to one curie of unsealed radioactive material or any quantity of previously sealed sources in the manufacture and distribution of products or devices containing radioactive material.
(e) $1,408 for a license authorizing the receipt and redistribution from a single facility of manufactured products or devices containing radioactive material.
(f) $10,484 for a license authorizing decontamination services operating from a single facility.
(g) $4,956 for a license authorizing waste brokerage including the possession, temporary storage at a single facility, and over-packing only of radioactive waste.
(h) $2,208 for a license authorizing health physics services, leak testing, calibration services, equipment servicing, or possession of sealed sources for purpose of sales demonstration only.
(i) $2,592 for a civil defense license.
(j) $780 for a license authorizing possession of special nuclear material as pacemakers or depleted uranium as shielding.
(2) Persons licensed or authorized to possess and use radioactive material in the following broad scope categories shall forward annual fees to the department as follows:
(a) $31,016 for a license authorizing possession of atomic numbers three through eighty-three with maximum authorized possession of any single isotope greater than one curie.
(b) $14,336 for a license authorizing possession of atomic numbers three through eighty-three with maximum authorized possession of any single isotope greater than 0.1 curie but less than or equal to one curie.
(c) $11,520 for a license authorizing possession of atomic numbers three through eighty-three with maximum authorized possession less than or equal to 0.1 curie.
(3) Persons licensed or authorized to possess or use radioactive material which are not covered by any of the annual license fees described in WAC 246-254-070 through 246-254-100, shall pay fees as follows:
(a) An initial application fee of one thousand dollars;
(b) Billing at the rate of $162 for each hour of direct staff time associated with issuing and maintaining the license and for the inspection of the license; and
(c) Any fees for additional services as described in WAC 246-254-120.
(d) The initial application fee will be considered a credit against billings for direct staff charges but is otherwise nonrefundable.
(4) Persons licensed or authorized to possess or use radioactive material in a facility for radioactive waste processing, including resource recovery, volume reduction, decontamination activities, or other waste treatment, but not permitting commercial on-site disposal, shall pay fees as follows:
(a) A nonrefundable initial application fee for a new license of sixteen thousand dollars which shall be credited to the applicant's quarterly billing described in (b) of this subsection; and
(b) Quarterly billings for actual direct and indirect costs incurred by the department including, but not limited to, license renewal, license amendments, compliance inspections, a resident inspector for time spent on the licensee's premises as deemed necessary by the department, laboratory and other support services, and travel costs associated with staff involved in the foregoing.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.98.080, 43.20B.020, 43.70.110, 43.70.250. WSR 08-14-075, § 246-254-070, filed 6/26/08, effective 7/27/08; WSR 05-24-109, § 246-254-070, filed 12/7/05, effective 1/7/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.250. WSR 04-12-124, § 246-254-070, filed 6/2/04, effective 7/3/04. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.98.080, 43.70.250 and [43.70.]110. WSR 03-14-034, § 246-254-070, filed 6/23/03, effective 7/24/03. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.250, 43.270.040, and 2001 2nd sp.s. c 7 § 220. WSR 02-04-025, § 246-254-070, filed 1/24/02, effective 2/24/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.98.080. WSR 01-14-046, § 246-254-070, filed 6/29/01, effective 7/30/01. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.250. WSR 00-02-016, § 246-254-070, filed 12/27/99, effective 1/27/00; WSR 99-12-022, § 246-254-070, filed 5/24/99, effective 6/24/99. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.110. WSR 98-11-067, § 246-254-070, filed 5/19/98, effective 6/19/98. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.110, [43.70.]250 and chapter 70.98 RCW. WSR 96-11-043, § 246-254-070, filed 5/8/96, effective 6/28/96; WSR 95-12-004, § 246-254-070, filed 5/25/95, effective 6/25/95; WSR 94-11-011 § 246-254-070, filed 5/5/94, effective 6/5/94; WSR 93-13-019 (Order 372), § 246-254-070, filed 6/8/93, effective 7/9/93. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.70.110. WSR 91-22-027 (Order 208), § 246-254-070, filed 10/29/91, effective 11/29/91.]