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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.6.4.4 MSDSs, HMIS records, where applicable, or a written
29CFR1910.1200;
description in compliance with the requirements of the
41CFR101-42.403(d)
OSHA Hazard Communication Standard shall be sent to
purchasers of hazardous materials with their notice of
award.
4.6.5 Sale of High Risk Personal Property
4.6.5.1 Suspect (definition) hazardous property shall be made
41CFR109-43.307-2.50;
available for sale only after the review and certification
41CFR109-45.304;
requirements for contamination-free status (see Section
41CFR109-45.309;
4.4.2, above) have been met.
41CFR109-45.309-2.50
4.6.5.2 Export controlled property shall be made available for
41CFR109-43.307-50;
sale only after the export license requirements (see
41CFR109-45.309-51
Section 4.4.4, above) have been met.
4.6.5.3 Nuclear-related or proliferation-sensitive property shall
41CFR109-43.307-52;
be made available for sale only after the stripping and
41CFR109-45.309-53
certification requirements (see Section 4.4.5, above)
have been met.
4.6.6 Sale of Extremely Hazardous Property - DOE or DOE contractor
41CFR101-42.403(e)
shall not sell extremely hazardous property unless authorized by
the appropriate GSA regional office. Any authorized sale
requires the DOE/DOE contractor to provide adequate safeguards
for the material or render it innocuous (without a loss of its utility
or commercial value) (see Section 4.6.2.3, above).
4.6.7 Sale of Certain Hazardous Materials - DOE or DOE contractors
41CFR101-42.404;
shall follow the special sales requirements provided in
41CFR101.42.1102
41CFR101.42.1102 for certain hazardous materials (e.g.,
asbestos, polychlorinated biphenyls, controlled substances, etc.)
(see Sections 4.8.1 through 4.8.4, below). The holding agency
(DOE) shall properly store hazardous items and provide
information to ensure that prospective bidders are aware of the
hazards, as well as the precautions they should take to protect
themselves.
4.7 Abandonment or Destruction57 of Surplus Hazardous Materials
41CFR101-42.1102;
and Certain Categories of Property - DOE and DOE contractors shall
41CFR102-36.305 through
follow the requirements for the abandonment or destruction of surplus
102-36.330
hazardous chemicals as prescribed in 41CFR102-36.305 through 102-
36.330 and additional requirements found in 41CFR101-42.1102.
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Surplus chemicals remaining after normal donation screening are generally subject to the sale process in
accordance with the provisions of 41CFR101-45. However, if the criteria in 41CFR102-36.305 are met, these
chemicals may be destroyed. [41CFR102-37.80]
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