4.4.1 General Requirements
18.104.22.168 To comply with the Property Act (see definition),
surplus chemicals (i.e., excess chemicals that have not
been transferred to Federal agencies) shall be
distributed to eligible recipients by an agency
established by each State for this purpose, the State
Agency for Surplus Property (SASP).
22.214.171.124 A need for surplus chemicals expressed by any Federal
agency shall take precedence to any disposition action
by sale, provided that need is relayed in time for the
DOE organization to respond.
126.96.36.199 Although policies and methods prescribed in
41CFR101-45 for the disposition of surplus chemicals
by public sale or abandonment/destruction do not apply
to materials acquired for the national stockpile or the
supplemental stockpile or to materials acquired under
section 303 of the Defense Production Act of 1950, as
amended (50 U.S.C. App. 2093), these provisions
should be followed to the extent feasible in the
disposition of such materials.
188.8.131.52 All surplus chemicals are available for donation to
eligible recipients, except for the following property
· Non-appropriated fund property
· Property that requires reimbursement upon transfer
· Controlled substances.
· Items that may be specified from time to time by
the GSA Office of Government-wide Policy
4.4.2 Monitoring of Hazardous Chemicals for Radioactive/Chemical
Contamination - To prevent inadvertent release of hazardous
personal property from the DOE sites by transfer or sale to the
public, all hazardous or suspected hazardous property chemicals
environmental, safety, and health officials.
184.108.40.206 Contamination-free chemicals will carry a certification
tag authorizing release for transfer or sale.
Examples include radioactively-contaminated chemical containers or chemicals stored or used in