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  • Radioactive Materials License

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Persons who intend to possess or use radioactive materials of certain quantities and types and establish a facility in Maryland must be licensed by the State to ensure that these materials are used properly and safely by qualified persons who have sufficient knowledge and training.

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    • $504.0 - $15,800.0
  • Reciprocal Recognition Of Out Of State Radioactive Materials Licenses

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    As an Agreement State under the Atomic Energy Act, Maryland is obliged to recognize radioactive material license issued by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) or any of the other 37 Agreement States to licensees with out-of-state facilities.

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    • $504.0 - $15,800.0
  • Refuse Disposal Permit

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    This Maryland permit ensures the proper disposal of solid waste in an environmentally acceptable manner while protecting public health and the environment, including surface and ground water.

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    • $0.00
  • Registered Service Provider for X-ray Machines

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    Registration with the State of Maryland helps ensure that x-ray machines and accelerators are serviced, sold, and installed by qualified persons and companies. Registration is required before any services can be performed, including the sale, lease, transfer, loan, or disassembly/disposal of any radiation machine in addition to the assembly of x-ray-producing equipment. 

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  • Relaying Oysters For Commercial Harvest Private Oyster Lease Holders

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    Oysters, clams, or mussels transplanted from a polluted to a clean environment will cleanse themselves of the polluting bacteria or viruses. This cleansing ability is a phenomenon of the shellfish feeding process. The time required for this cleansing is influenced by many factors, including the original level of pollution, water temperature, salinity, and presence of chemicals inhibitory to physiological activity of shellfish. To protect public health and to make good use of a valuable natural resource, approval from Maryland Department of the Environment, the Department, is required. 

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