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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.2.1.2 In general, simultaneous internal DOE screening and
41CFR109-43.304-1.50(e)
Federal agency excess screening shall not be
conducted.
4.2.1.3 Transfer of excess chemicals within DOE generally
41CFR109-43.304-1.51;
shall be effected by the completion of a Standard Form
(SF) 122 (Transfer Order Excess Personal Property) by
SF 122
the receiving contractor and approval by the cognizant
DOE property administrator for the receiving site.
4.2.1.4 Information on the actual or potential hazard shall be
41CFR101-42.203;
included in the SF 122, and the receiving contractor
shall identify the nature of the hazard in the
SF 122
accountable inventory record.
4.2.1.5 The holding DOE organization shall properly store
41CFR101-42.206
excess hazardous materials and provide necessary
safeguards including warning signs, labels, and the use
of personal protective equipment by utilization
screeners when inspecting the excess.
4.2.2 Utilization Reports of Excess Chemicals - General
4.2.2.1 To initiate federal excess screening, reportable property
41CFR102-36.230(a);
(i.e., excess chemicals) will be electronically submitted
41CFR102-36.230(b);
by EADS directly to GSA's Federal Disposal System
41CFR109-43.304-2;
(FEDS) (see definition) following internal DOE
screening,
OR
SF 120
Paper submissions of Standard Form (SF) 120 (Report of
Excess Personal Property) shall be made to the GSA
office for the region where the excess chemicals are
located.
4.2.2.2 Hazardous waste (see definition) shall be disposed of by
41CFR101-42.204 (c)
the DOE organization under the EPA, State, and local
regulations and it shall not be reported to GSA on the SF
120.
4.2.2.3 Hazardous Property/Hazardous Materials/Hazardous
41CFR101-42;
Items - Excess chemicals that are identified as hazardous
41CFR101-42.204(a);
property (including hazardous materials, but excluding
41CFR102-36.45(e)(2);
hazardous waste and extremely hazardous property) shall
41CFR102-36.425;
be reported promptly on SF 120 to the GSA for further
reuse by eligible recipients, together with a full
SF 120
description of the actual or potential hazard associated
with the handling, storage, or use of the chemicals.
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