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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.7.1 A written finding must be made by an authorized DOE official
41CFR102-37.565;
(see Sections 4.2.4.1 and 4.2.4.7 above) that a surplus chemical
41CFR102-37.570;
has "no commercial value" or its continued maintenance would
41CFR109-44.701
cost more than its estimated sale proceeds, before it can be
abandoned or destroyed, or donated to public bodies.
4.7.2 In addition to the requirements in 41CFR102-36.305 through
41CFR101-42.406;
102-36.330 and 41CFR101-42.1102, surplus hazardous materials,
41CFR101-42.1102;
including empty hazardous material containers, shall be
41CFR102-36.305 through
abandoned or destroyed in accordance with appropriate Federal,
102-36.330;
State, and local waste disposal, and air and water pollution
41CFR102-37.570;
control standards.
41CFR109-44.702-3
4.7.3 Donation58 to Public Bodies - The holding DOE organization or
41CFR102-37.35(c);
designated contractor shall not donate chemicals that require
41CFR102-37.125(a)(2) ;
destruction for health, safety, or security reasons (see Section
41CFR102-37.125(b);
4.2.4.8, above).
41CFR102-37.570
4.8 Disposition of Special Types of Hazardous Materials and Certain
41CFR101-42.1101(a)
Categories of Property
Hazardous material identification is required for all material that, by
virtue of its potentially dangerous nature, requires controls to assure
adequate safety to life, property, and the environment.
4.8.1 Federal Supply Classification (FSC) Groups and Classes that
41CFR101-42.1101;
Contain Hazardous Materials.
41CFR101-42.1101(b);
[NOTE: To facilitate identification of hazardous materials or
Federal Standard 313
items using Federal Supply Classification (FSC) groups or
classes, two listings, based on Federal standard 313, are
provided in Appendix B of this chapter. Table B-1 contains a
complete list of FSC classes composed predominantly of
hazardous items and Table B-2 contains a selective listing of FSC
classes and groups that contain a significant number of
hazardous items.]
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The holding DOE organization may donate surplus chemicals, which would otherwise be abandoned or destroyed,
directly to public bodies, without going through the GSA, in accordance with Subpart H of DOE-PMR (41CFR109)
and Subpart H of FPMR (41CFR101). As there is no special form to process donations, the holding agency may use
any document that has an audit trail to record the transaction. [41CFR102-37.35(c); 41CFR102-37.575]
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