(Source Collection and Threat Reduction)
last updated 8/19/2014
2014 – 2015 CRCPD/SCATR Source Collection and Disposal Opportunity
Conference Radiation Control Program Directors (CRCPD) Source Collection and
Threat Reduction (SCATR) Program will begin its 2014-2015 disused and unwanted
radioactive sealed source collection and
in October 2014.
CRCPD/SCATR provides cost-shared support for the packaging, transport,
and disposal of Class A, B, and C sources with access to a commercial disposal
facility. Licensees in all 50 States
and U.S. territories are potentially eligible for program participation.
SCATR is funded through a grant
provided by the Department of Energy (DOE) National Nuclear Security
CRCPD/SCATR is targeting a 45%
cost-share amount for 2014-2015 program participants.
Licensees located in States not included
in the 2013-2014 collection effort (i.e., those in States with membership in the
Texas-Vermont, Northwest/Rocky-Mountain and Atlantic Compacts) will receive
additional cost-share consideration.
Source collection and
cost-share targets are set on an annual basis; CRCPD/SCATR expects
cost-share amounts to
year going forward.
the program makes every effort to assist as many eligible generators as
possible each year at the targeted cost-share amount, the cost-share
support available, as well as the number and location of sources
collected, are subject to funding, logistic, and other considerations.