The licenses and permits a waste treatment facility holds, determines the types of wastes that can
be accepted and treated at the facility. Broad licenses and permits are necessary to allow the
facility to accept and treat a diverse range of wastes.
The NSSI facility is permitted and licensed to accept, treat, and store RCRA hazardous, mixed hazardous/ radioactive and radioactive waste materials.
NSSI operated as an interim status Waste Treatment and Storage facility from 1980 to 1990. NSSI subsequently submitted the required Part B application and received a final Part B permit in October, 1990. Permit modifications are requested on an ongoing basis as new treatment technologies are proven and commercialized and as additional facilities are needed.
|EPA ID No.
|TCEQ Hazardous Treatment and Storage
| TCEQ Radioactive Waste
Treatment Storage and Disposal
| TDSHS Radioactive Materials
Manufacturing & Services
|US DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation
|TX DOT Hazardous Materials Transportation
| Houston Fire Department
Hazardous Storage and Use
|Houston Fire Department Hazardous Storage
|Texas State Identification No.
|TCEQ Radioactive Waste Treatment Storage & Disposal
|Oklahoma HazMat Transportation Permit
|Arkansas Hazardous Waste Transportation Permit
|Louisiana Solid Waste Permit
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