Rules On The Management Of Hazardous Waste In State Agencies Provide Public Pay-Services Price List

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par Bīstamo atkritumu pārvaldības valsts aģentūras sniegto publisko maksas pakalpojumu cenrādi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No 44 in Riga in 2007 (January 9. 3. § 17) the rules on the management of hazardous waste in State agencies provide public pay-services price list Issued in accordance with the law on budget and financial management of the ninth article 5 part 1. detects hazardous waste management agency (hereinafter Agency) public pay-services price list. 2. the Agency shall provide public services in accordance with the fee schedule (annex). Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis annex Cabinet on 9 January 2007, regulations No 44 hazardous waste management state agencies provide public pay-services price list no PO box the type of service the unit pricing ($) ($) price VAT (Ls) 1 sample (such as environmental, building materials, food) in preparation for testing of radioactivity: 1.1. shredding, drying, dry ashing (methodology 1-24-470 2002) 5.21 5.21 1 1 * 1.2. water evaporation dry ashing of the balance (methodology 1-24-225 2001) 2 1 * 2.6.11 6.11 (such as surface water, ground water, drinking water and loose-fill materials) testing of radioactivity: 2.1 beta testing of radioactivity (methodology 1-24-225 2001) 6.80 1 * alpha radioactivity 6.80 2.2. testing (methodology 1-24-319 2005) 3 1 3 air 10.20 * 10.20 aerosol partitioning of radioactivity: 3.1 beta testing activity test (methodology 1-24 2000-389) 4 1 * 14.96 14.96 3.2 alpha testing of radioactivity (methodology 1-24-389 2005) 1 * 4. Floor 22.45 22.45 radioaktiv radioactive contamination in high test (methodology 1-24-375 2003) 5:4.1 alpha radioactivity testing of 1 m2 of 4.04 4.04 4.2 beta testing of radioactivity 2.69 * 5.1 m2 2.69 wall radioaktiv radioactive contamination in high test (methodology 1-24-375 2003): 5.1 alpha radioactivity testing of 1 m2 of 4.85 4.85 5.2 Beta radioactivity testing * 6.1 m2 3.23 3.23 ceiling radioaktiv radioactive contamination in high test (methodology 1-24-375 2003): 6.1 alpha radioactivity testing 1.6.06 6.06 6.2 m2 * beta radioactivity testing of 1 m2 of floor 4.04 4.04 7. radioactive contamination testing scan ( methodology 1-24-375 2003): 7.1. alpha radioactivity scan 1 m2 of 0.86 0.86 7.2 Beta radioactivity scan * 8.1 m2 wall 0.57 0.57 radioactive contamination testing scan (methodology 1-24-375 2003): 8.1 alpha radioactivity scan 1 1.03 1.03 m2 * 8.2 Beta radioactivity scan 1 1.03 1.03 m2 * 9. Ceiling radioactive contamination testing scan (methodology 1-24-375 2003): 9.1 alpha radioactivity scan 1 m2 * 1.29 1.29 9.2 Beta radioactivity scan 1 m2 of 0.86 0.86 10. Miscellaneous articles surface radioactive contamination testing (methodology 1-24-375 2003) : 10.1 alpha radioactivity testing 1 object * 8.08 8.08 10.2 Beta 1 testing of radioactivity is the subject of various 5.39 5.39 11. surface radioactive contamination testing (methodology 1-24-375 2003): 11.1 alpha radioactivity testing scan 1 item 11.2. Beta 1.71 * 1.71 radioactivity testing scan 1 item * gamma 12, 1.14 1.14 radiation field testing (methodology 1-24-428 2003) 6:12.1. sources with radioactivity to 5 × 108 Bq 1 source 27.21 27.21 12.2 sources of radioactivity above 5 × 108 Bq 1 source 54.41 * 13.54.41 gamma radiation field testing scan (methodology 1-24-428 2003): 13.1. sources with radioactivity to 5 × 108 Bq 1 source 5.44 5.44 13.2. sources with the radioactivity above 5 × 108 Bq 1 source of 10.88 10.88 14. Gamma radiation background testing (methodology 1-24-428 2003) 100 m2 16.71 * 16.71 15. Gamma radiation background testing scan (methodology 1-24-428 2003) 100 m2 * 5.44 5.44 16. Radionuclide and radioactivity detection using gamma spectrometry method (methodology 1-24-237 2003) 7 1 * 17.30.45 30.45 radioactive tritium detection using beta spectrometric method (methodology 1-24-645 2003) 8 1 * 30.45 18 30.45. Radioactive Substances, radioactive waste or closed source transport 1 km * 0.39 0.39 19. Radioactive cargo escort 1 hour * 3.29 3.29 20. Personal protection against ionizing radiation (No. 1-methodology 24-527 2003): 20.1.1 subject 11.63 aprons * 11.63 20.2. collar 1 object * 7.41 20.3 7.41 gloves 1 subject * individual 7.41 7.41 21. protection against ionizing radiation inactivation of 1 kg * 0.81 0.81 22. Guide Service-oral consultation 1 hour 5.00 * 5.00 23. laboratory staff training 1 hour 3.00 3.00 * 24. Guide service-written advice page 1 * 25. Methodical 5.00 5.00 service-Lecture 1 hour 18.00 * 26.18.00 With radioactive waste and the closed source is a collection of related work in 1 hour, dismounting 10.16 * 10.16 27. Smoke detectors of the dismantling of the collection 27.1. to 2.5 m height: 1 detector 1.42 * 1.42 27.2.1 above 2.5 m detector 2.09 * 2.09 28. transport of radioactive waste packaging containers, if the dose of ionizing radiation on the surface of the waste capacity is: 0.1 mSv/h 28.1. up to 20 kg or 3 sources from 4.96 * 0.1 to 0.5 4.96 28.2. mSv/h 10 kg or 2 sources of 9.81 9.81 28.3.0.5 mSv/h over 5 kg or 1 source 49.87 * 29.49.87 packaged radioactive material accompanying the shipment preparation of 1 hour 30 With 3.29 * 3.29 radioactive waste filled transport container handling, loading, unloading 1 container * 31.3.12 3.12 packed radioactive waste handling, loading and unloading, using the mobile crane 1 container or 2 barrel (200 l) 21.24 * 21.24 32. preparation of radioactive waste packaging, A-172-type containers, if the dose of ionising radiation power on the surface of the radioactive waste is: up to 0.1 mSv/h 32.1.20 kg or 2 sources from 0.1 * 4.98 4.98 32.2. up to 0.5 mSv/h 10 kg or 2 radiation sources * 32.3. above 10.16 10.16 0.5 mSv/h 5 kg or 1 source 49.80 * 49.80 33. Smoke detectors processing-radionuclide or Pu-239 Am-241 sources containing the dismantling of the smoke detectors and packaging in modified K} I {type O container 1 detector 5.05 * 5.05 34. Ionizing radiation source collection of instrumentation, dismantling, and packing container 1 source 5.05 * 35. radionuclide dismantled 5.05 Am-241 or Pu-239-source packaging in modified K} I {type O containers 1 radiation source * 36. BG 0.98 0.98 type or analog aizsargkonteinero received the closed source packaging A-172 type container 1 source of 9.91 9.91 received 37. Transportkonteinero radioactive waste packaging A-172 type container when radioactive waste dozimetrisko measurements, sorting, cutting, if the dose of ionizing radiation on the surface of the waste capacity is: 0.1 mSv/h 37.1. up to 20 kg or 2 sources from 0.1 5.20 5.20 37.2. * up to 0.5 mSv/h 10 kg or 2 sources above the 9.86 9.86 37.3.0.5 mSv/h or fixed radioactive contamination exceeds 50 Bq/cm2 5 kg or 1 source * 38. A-49.79 49.79 172 type radioactive waste storage container, shipping container 11.00 1 * A-39.172 11.00 type containers packed radioactive waste recycling iecementēj a puskonteiner a * 40. Radioactive 11.53 11.53 contaminated surface decontamination: 24.9. If gamma dose rate at the surface is the power of up to 0.5 µSv/h (gamma radioactive contamination) or up to 50 Bq/cm2 (Beta radioactive contamination) : 40.1.1. washing with water for 1 m2 of 2.44 2.44 40.1.2. washing with chemical solvents in 1 m2 * 40.1.3 4.55 4.55. treating with Abrasives 1 10.16 m2 * 40.1.4. part nokaļ a 10.16 1 m2 49.32 * 40.2 49.32. If the dose of ionising radiation power on the surface is above 0.5 µSv/h (gamma radioactive contamination) or above 50 Bq/cm2 (Beta radioactive contamination): 40.2.1. washing with water 1 m2 of 4.90 4.90 40.2.2. washing with chemical solvents 8.26 m2 * 1 8.26 40.2.3. treating with abrasive materials 1 40.2.4. M2 * 20.75 20.75 part nokaļ 80.72 80.72 41 1 m2 of radioactive contaminated area. decontamination of the contaminated land norok, layer, if the dose of ionising radiation power on the surface is: 0.5 µSv/h 25.5-(gamma radioactive contamination) or 50 Bq/cm2 (Beta radioactive contamination) 1 m3 98.03 * 25.6 98.03 µSv/h 0.5. above the (gamma radioactive contamination) or above 50 Bq/cm2 (Beta radioactive contamination) 1 m3 193.40 * 42.193.40 radioactive contaminated reinforced concrete structures of inactivation of the dismantling of the : 42.1. If the dose of ionizing radiation on the surface of the power of up to 0.5 µSv/h (gamma radioactive contamination) or 50 Bq/cm2 (Beta radioactive contamination) 0.2 m3 10.34 * 10.34 26.2. If the dose of ionising radiation power on the surface is above 0.5 µSv/h (gamma radioactive contamination) or 50 Bq/cm2 (Beta radioactive contamination) 0.1 m3 14.44 * 43. Vehicle decontamination 14.44:43.1. If the dose of ionizing radiation on the surface of the power of up to 0.5 µSv/h 1 car * 42.80 42.80 43.2. If the dose of ionising radiation power on the surface of 0.5 µSv/h above the 1 car 102.72 * 44 102.72.

Radioactive waste associated with material, premises, facilities control of radioactive contamination measurement (removed from national surveillance) 10 kg or 5 m2, or 0.2 m3 * 45. Transport 10.17 10.17 containers for liquid radioactive waste received in preparation for A-172 type packing containers and neutralization * 46.5 l 4.40 4.40 Transport containers for liquid radioactive waste received in the preparation of packaging, packaging containers and recycling iecementēj 5 l * 47.6.20 6.20 Cannes get a liquid preparation of radioactive waste packaging containers, packaging and recycling iecementēj 5 l * 9.46 9.46 48. packaging of hazardous waste transportation container 1 container * 49.3.97 3.97 radioactive Solid municipal waste to decay, when they are not subject to State supervision, and commissioning of municipal waste or hazardous waste landfill or landfill 1 kg * 4.62 4.62 notes. 1. In accordance with the law "on value added tax" article twenty-second part of the value added tax does not apply. 2.1 loose material sample preparation methodology beta testing of radioactivity. 3. Groundwater and 2 nuclear reactor sewerage beta radioactivity testing methodology. 4. the Deionized water 3 alpha and Beta activity measurement methodology, using OXFORD solo Tennelec alpha and beta particle counting system. 5.4 the Long-lived alpha and beta testing of radioactive aerosol concentration using the mobile aerosol monitor fh a 1859 L. 6.5-surface of the alpha, beta and gamma of testing radioactive nosmērētīb. 7.6 gamma-ray field testing, using a radiometer. Dose of power. 8. radionuclide concentration methodology 7 detection using gamma spectrometric analysis. 9. Methodology tritium activity 8 concentration determination using a liquid scintillation counter.
Minister for the environment r. vējonis