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Guidance for Disposal of X-ray Machines =
the final disposition of the X-ray machine on the Radi=
Machine Registration form (RH2261). Upon r=
of proper docu
NOTE<= span style=3D'font-family:Arial'>: This guidance does not apply to particle accelerators.
Regarding Disposal<= o:p>
Although there is no
residual radiation, there may be environ
machine components may be returned to a com
machine may be totally disabled and the components sold as scrap
note that you must report the final disposition of the X-ray machine on th=
Machine Registration form (RH2261) with the substantiating docu
Mammography Facilities<= /span>
With regard to additional mammogra=
facility reporting requirements, see Guidance
for Closing a Mammography Facility. =
For additional info= rmation on reporting other registration status changes, see Guidance for Reporting Registered Facility Changes.
If you unable to fi= nd the information you need, please email the Registration and Certification Sect= ion at RHBReg@cdph.ca.gov.