05Jul
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Confidential Blog

CUSTOMER INFORMATION IN PIA REQUESTS

In various states, NORM/TENORM specifically licensed companies are required to provide certain customer information in reporting document lists, such as initial and ending temporary job site notifications. Customer names, addresses and phone numbers exist within the realm of “Confidential information – Trade Secrets, Competitors, […]

16Jun
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ROCKY MOUNTAIN LLWB 2015 MEETING

The Rocky Mountain Low Level Waste Board Annual Meeting is set for June 24, 2015 in Las Vegas, NV. The Status of Conservation Services/Waste Management (Colorado) Application for Certificate of Designation to Dispose of NORM and TENORM is on the agenda, along with an […]

07May
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AIHCE MAY 30 – JUNE 4, 2015 CONFERENCE

The AIHCE 2015 conference will be held in Salt Lake City, UT May 30th through June 4th. We will present two (2) presentations in both the RT204 Oil and Gas Wellhead Exposure Pathways on Monday, June 1st and RT230 Radiation Safety in the Oil […]

07May
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PENNSYLVANIA DEP TENORM STUDY 2015

This two-hundred (200) page TENORM study commissioned by the PA DEP presents analytical data for well sites, wastewater treatment plants, landfills, gas distribution and end use, and oil and gas brine-treated roads, including results from both conventional and unconventional formations and wells. The overall […]

07May
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NORM/TENORM DECON SEASONAL TRENDS

With summer soon approaching, so does the bulk of NORM/TENORM decontamination field activities in the U.S. Regardless of the fluctuations with the price of oil and gas, the general trend shows that the spring is the slow period of the year, with a strong […]

21Jan
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NORTH DAKOTA DRAFT RULES – COMMENTS!

The NORM Lady™ is dedicated to supporting industry public commenting on NORM/TENORM rule promulgation and/or rule changes. Instructions on how to submit your own comments to the ND DOH is in the bottom of this e-mail. Both drafts are attached as pdf files. To […]

14Jul
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DECONTAMINATION CONTRACTOR TIPS

NORM decontamination is a licensed activity in states that have NORM-specific regulations, and requires both programmed (scheduled) and unannounced field inspections by state agencies. Since these contractors have the opportunity to be inspected on any temporary jobsite where decontamination activities are conducted, they are […]

14Jul
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LUDLUM METERS NEEDED!

Due to growth, we are purchasing more Ludlum meters. Do you have a Ludlum Model 3 or a Ludlum 2241-2 you are interested in selling? All meters must be in very good condition and be functional without repairs. If you have the listed meter […]

14Jul
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COMMUNICATING WITH SCRAP DEALERS

It is common that reputable scrap dealers tend to use lower acceptance limits than state exemption limits to avoid massive amounts of metal stockpiling which results in higher overall readings. Metal that exceeds the limits of the smelter’s acceptance criteria will be rejected and […]

07May
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MOVING TO A 0.25 µCi SOURCE?

When purchasing a NORM meter to be used for surveying for NORM, it is beneficial to evaluate the activity concentration options of the check source to be used. Check sources demonstrate the accuracy of meter detector (probe), and validates that the equipment is operating […]

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