If the applicant for a site access license is a waste processor, the application required in Rule .1504 of this Section shall include the following additional information:

(1)           the applicable information required by Rule .1505 of this Section, if the waste processor is located within the Southeast Compact and generates waste which will be disposed at a disposal facility located in North Carolina;

(2)           a list of the states from which waste may be received for processing;

(3)           description of waste processing services and management, to include:

(a)           the radioactive material license numbers under which such activities are conducted;

(b)           the types of waste processing services, description of the wastes which may be processed and the estimated impact of the processing on:

(i)            volume and contained radioactivity of processed waste which will be shipped to off‑site disposal facilities; and

(ii)           suitability of processed waste for disposal;

(c)           procedures and program for:

(i)            handling, identifying, accounting for, and segregating waste attendant to processing and shipment to off‑site waste disposal facilities; 

(ii)           ensuring that processed waste shipped to a waste disposal facility located in North Carolina is waste generated by persons who hold a currently valid site access license issued pursuant to the rules in this Section;

(iii)          classifying, stabilizing, solidifying liquids, packaging and monitoring waste prior to shipment, or transfer to a collector or the generator for shipment, to a disposal facility located in North Carolina;

(iv)          preparing manifests and correlating manifests with the original manifests prepared by the waste generators for processed waste which will be disposed at a disposal facility located in North Carolina;

(v)           ensuring that packages, labels, and radiation and contamination levels comply with applicable state and federal regulations;

(vi)          quality assurance and quality control; and

(vii)         ensuring that waste generated by the processor is residual waste resulting from the processor's activities and that such waste can not be identified as waste attributed to a particular generator;

(4)           a list of the waste disposal facilities to which processed waste was shipped during the past five years;

(5)           for each of the past five years, a summary of the volumes and types of waste processed and the resulting volumes of processed waste shipped off‑site;

(6)           description of the applicant's notification and emergency response program in the event of accidents during transportation. This description shall include the qualifications and responsibilities of the driver; and

(7)           any regulatory notices of violation and corrective actions related to on‑site and off‑site management described in Items (2) and (3) of this Rule during the past five years.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 104E‑10.3; 104E‑27;

Eff. January 1, 1995;

Transferred and Recodified from 15A NCAC 11 .1507 Eff. February 1, 2015.