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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
transfer to another federal agency, donation to a non-profit
organization via a state agency, or sale to a public entity. Available
disposition options are limited by the hazard, risk or value
characteristics of the chemical. See Appendix A of this chapter for
typical screening process steps.]
4.1.1
Identification and Disposition of Excess Chemicals - DOE
41CFR102-36.30;
offices and designated contractors shall promptly identify
41CFR102-36.35(a);
chemicals under their control that are excess to their needs and
41CFR102-36.45(e);
make them available for use elsewhere. They must ensure that
41CFR109-43.101
final disposition complies with applicable environmental,
health, safety, and national security regulations.
4.1.2
Disposition of Four Categories of High Risk (Personal
DOE-PPL 970-3;
Property) Chemicals - Excess chemicals that fall under any of
the four specific categories of high risk personal property,
41CFR109-1.53
namely, Especially designed or prepared property, Export
controlled property, Proliferation-sensitive property, and
Nuclear weapon components or weapon-like components, shall
be subject to the identification, accounting, control, and
disposition policy guidance available from DOE-PPL 970-3 and
41CFR109-1.53.
4.1.2.1 The DOE or designated contractor shall process high
41CFR109-1.5303(b)(2)
risk (personal property) chemicals into a
reutilization/disposition program only after completing
the reviews prescribed by the local high risk property
management system.
4.1.2.2 The disposition and handling of high risk property
41CFR109-1.5303(b)(3);
chemicals shall be subject to applicable provisions of
41CFR101 (Subchapter H);
Subchapter H of the FPMR (41CFR101), Subchapter
41CFR109 (Subchapter H);
H of DOE-PMR (41CFR109), and DOE's "Guidelines
on Export Control and Nonproliferation."
DOE Guidelines on Export
Control and
Nonproliferation
4.1.2.3 All applicable documentation, including records related to the
41CFR109-1.5303(b)(4)
chemical's categorization as high risk, shall be included
with all property transfers, internal or external to DOE.
4.1.2.4 Unless an alternative disposition path is available,
41CFR109-1.5303(b)(5)
surplus Trigger List (see definition) chemicals (e.g.,
those identified under Especially designed/ prepared
property, Proliferation-sensitive property, or Export
controlled property, as defined in Section 3.0, above)
shall either be sold for scrap (see definition) after
being rendered useless for their originally intended
function or destroyed, with the destruction verified and
documented.
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