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Clean Materials
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Clean Materials Initiatives
Orphaned Sources
cooperative effort with the Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors (CRCPD) that is designed to assist states in retrieving and disposing of radioactive sources that find their way into non-nuclear facilities
Foreign Trade/Imports
ensuring that imported metal is not contaminated with radioactivity
Domestic Clearance
examining the issue of recycling scrap metal from domestic nuclear facilities
News & Information
Domestic Standards
existing guidelines for controlling the release of materials (including scrap metal) with radioactive surface contamination from commercial facilities
International Standards
reconciling multiple national and proposed international standards
Related Links
additonal information on clean materials
the latest publications for the Clean Materials Program
About Clean Materials
what EPA is doing to keep to keep unwanted radiation out of recycled materials and consumer products




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