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WCS Radioactive Material License R04100

Links to documents relevant to Waste Control Specialists LLC (WCS) license to authorize near-surface land disposal of low-level radioactive waste in Andrews County.

Waste Control Specialists holds a license for the disposal of radioactive waste and the storage and processing of radioactive materials at their facility in Andrews County. Questions or comments may be directed to the TCEQ Radioactive Materials Division by telephone at (512) 239-6466.

Current License

Amendment No. 34 License issued on May 18, 2020 and Technical Summary.

Contract Review Documents

Under Health and Safety Code 401.2456 and 30 TAC 336.1317 contracts for the disposal of low level radioactive waste are subject to review by the TCEQ.

NEWExpedited Review Process and Forms

TCEQ has updated and streamlined the processes for submitting, reviewing and monitoring nonparty LLRW contracts, and developed a sample compliance certification form.

NEWNonparty LLRW Disposal Contracts Guidance 2018

NEWSample Compliance Certification Form 2018

Guidance Documents

Minimum Pricing Guidance 2017Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

Minimum Pricing Guidance Definitions 2017Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

Contract Review Process and Forms

Instructions for Submittal of LLRWD ContractAdobe Acrobat PDF Document

Customer Nonparty Waste - Certification for Disposal Contract TemplateAdobe Acrobat PDF Document

WCS Nonparty Waste - Certification for Disposal Contract TemplateAdobe Acrobat PDF Document

Summary/Amendment of a LLRWD Contract TemplateAdobe Acrobat PDF Document

WCS Party Waste Certification TemplateAdobe Acrobat PDF Document


Information for Waste Generators

A Waste Generator Disposal Guide web page is available to assist generators of radioactive waste in the commercial disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) at the WCS facility in Andrews County.