Illinois Administrative Code
Title 32 - ENERGY
Part 331 - FEES FOR RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL LICENSEES
Section 331.120 - Payment of Fees
Current through Register Vol. 47, No. 25, June 23, 2023
Fees shall be assessed and paid as follows:
a) For categories of specific licenses that are shown to have an annual fee in Appendix F, applicants and licensees shall be billed as described in this subsection (a). Payment is due within 60 days after the date of billing. Fees shall be assessed as follows:
b) Recovery and remediation fees listed in Appendix F are nonrefundable and shall be billed along with the new license application fee described in subsection (a)(5) of this Section. The second installment, if required by Section 331.115, shall be assessed at the next billing date.
c) For categories of licenses that have fees based on full cost recovery, as listed in Appendix F, fees shall be assessed for all new applications, evaluations, inspections, amendments (including amendments to terminate or renew a license) and for monitoring of unlicensed properties contaminated with byproduct material (as defined in 32 Ill. Adm. Code 332.20 ) and assessing the decommissioning and decontamination activities at those properties. Fees based on full cost recovery shall be assessed as follows:
d) For evaluations of new sealed sources and devices, and amendments to existing sealed sources and device evaluations, fees shall be assessed based on the full cost of review. Each application for an evaluation of a new sealed source or device, or for an amendment to an existing sealed source or device evaluation, shall be accompanied by a deposit in the amount of $500. The applicant shall be billed or issued a refund upon the completion of the review. Each bill shall identify the actions and the costs related to each. Payment is due within 60 days after the date of billing.
e) For evaluations of financial assurance reclamation plans and cost estimates submitted to the Agency, fees for Agency review shall be assessed based on the full cost of review time in excess of two hours. Payment is due within 60 days after the date of billing.
f) For categories of licenses not exempted in Section 331.110, and licenses not subject to full cost recovery as described in Appendix F, full cost recovery fees shall be assessed for Agency confirmatory measurements and Agency assessment of decommissioning and decontamination activities associated with the termination of a license or use of a site. The licensee shall be billed upon the completion of the assessment and prior to removal of a site from the license or termination of the license. Each bill shall identify the actions and the costs related to each. Payment is due within 60 days after the date of the billing.
g) General license fees. Fees are nonrefundable and payment is due within 60 days after the date of the billing. The Agency shall assess fees:
h) Sealed source and device evaluation maintenance fee. Each person having an active sealed source or device evaluation on file with the Agency, except for custom sealed source and device evaluations, shall be billed the amount specified in Appendix F annually for each active evaluation sheet on file with the Agency. Fees are nonrefundable and payment is due within 60 days after the date of the billing.
i) Reciprocity fees. Each person generally licensed under 32 Ill. Adm. Code 330.900 for reciprocal recognition of an out-of-state specific license shall be assessed fees for the applicable annual license fee for the primary material use category indicated in Appendix F. Fees are nonrefundable and payment is due within 60 days after the date of the billing. The assessed billing period shall be for the 12 consecutive months following the licensee's first use under the general license. If, at the end of the 12 month period, the licensee is not using the general license, no additional fees are due until licensed activities commence again.
AGENCY NOTE: Reciprocity licensees are also subject to recovery and remediation fees specified in Section 331.115.
j) Fee payments. Payments shall be by check or money order made payable to the Illinois Emergency Management Agency.
Amended at 33 Ill. Reg. 4298, effective March 9, 2009
Amended at 39 Ill. Reg. 11981, effective 8/17/2015