chemicals requiring special handling or program office
certification are sold in compliance with regulatory
22.214.171.124 The Export/import clause specified in 41CFR109-45.301-
51, warning the purchaser not to export the chemicals
overseas and to inform the next potential owner about
export/import restrictions shall be included in all sales
invitations for bid.
4.6.2 Sales of Hazardous Chemicals through GSA Regional Offices.
[NOTE: Sales of hazardous materials are done through GSA
regional offices in accordance with 41CFR101-42.400,
41CFR101-42.401, 402 (reporting), and 403 (Sale methods and
126.96.36.199 The sale, abandonment, or destruction of hazardous
materials and certain categories of property shall be
conducted in accordance with the special policies and
procedures prescribed in 41CFR101-42.400 and the
additional requirements of 41CFR109-45 and 41CFR101-
188.8.131.52 Sale of hazardous materials for DOE and DOE
contractors shall be conducted through the regional
offices of GSA.
184.108.40.206 DOE designated contractors and field organizations shall
follow sales methods and procedures in accordance with
41CFR109-45.304. These holding agency (DOE) sales
of hazardous materials shall meet or exceed the
requirements in 41CFR101-42.403.
220.127.116.11 Holding agencies shall prepare hazardous materials for
sale as provided for in 41CFR101-45.103-2. Pending
disposition, each holding agency shall care for and handle
its hazardous materials, including posting appropriate
warning signs and rendering extremely hazardous
property innocuous, or providing adequate safeguards.
Reporting hazardous materials for sale - DOE and DOE
contractors that elect to have GSA sell their hazardous
materials shall report them to the GSA regional office for
the region in which the surplus chemicals are located in the
18.104.22.168 Reportable property - Hazardous materials reported for
utilization screening, if not transferred or donated, will be
programmed for sale by the GSA regional office.