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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.8.4.10 Sales - The GSA or the holding DOE organization
40CFR761;
normally shall not sell surplus PCBs or PCB items.
41CFR101-42.1102-2(d)(1);
These items are regarded as extremely hazardous and
41CFR101-42.1102-2(d)(2)
shall be disposed of by DOE and DOE contractors
under the EPA regulations.
[NOTE: Holding DOE organizations may request the
authority to sell or that the GSA sell a specific PCB or
PCB item, by citing the specific provision in 40CFR761
that authorizes such sale, along with a justification for
sale of the item instead of disposal under EPA
regulations.]
4.8.4.11 If PCBs or PCB items are to be sold, the invitation for
41CFR42.1102-2(a)(4);
bid (IFB), any Standard Form that lists such items, and
41CFR101-42.1102-2(d)(3)
any sales literature related to these items shall contain
the warning as prescribed in 41CFR42.1102-2(a)(4).
4.8.4.12 Abandonment and destruction - PCBs and PCB items
40CFR761;
not disposed of via utilization, donation, or sale shall be
41CFR101-42.1102-2(e)(1)
destroyed or otherwise disposed of in accordance with
the EPA regulation (40CFR761) and applicable State
laws.
41CFR109-42.11;
4.9 Utilization and Disposition of Hazardous Materials that are
Radioactively or Chemically Contaminated
41CFR109-42.1100.50
[NOTE: 41CFR109-42.11 sets forth policies and procedures for the
utilization and disposition outside of DOE of excess and surplus
chemicals, which have been radioactively or chemically contaminated.]
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4.9.1 DOE or DOE contractor shall dispose of contaminated chemicals
41CFR109-42.1100.51
in accordance with applicable Federal regulations governing
radiation/chemical exposure and environmental contamination.
Appropriate state and local regulations shall be followed in cases
where Federal regulations do not exist or apply.
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4.9.2 Suspect Personal Property - Excess chemicals (including scrap)
41CFR109-42.1102.51(a)
having a history of use in an area where radioactive or chemical
contamination may occur shall be considered suspect and shall
be monitored.
4.9.3 If economically feasible, every effort shall be made to reduce the
41CFR109-42.1102.51(b)
level of contamination of excess or surplus chemicals to the
lowest practicable level. Contaminated chemicals that exceed
applicable contamination standards shall not be utilized or
disposed outside of DOE.
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