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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE

  FOR HAZARDOUS PROPERTY




           RECEIPT - STORE
        REFER to SALE - RELEASE
       PROCESS DOCUMENTATION
             December 2009
                                Table of Contents


1. Purpose

2. Authority

3. References for Storage and Handling of Hazardous Property

4. Compliance Requirements

5. Environmental Program Duties and Responsibilities

6. DD Form 1348-1A

7. DRMS Basic Hazardous Property Receipt Procedures

8. DAISY Inputs

9. General Storage Information and Procedures

10. DAISY Scrap Upgrades

11. Sales

12. Refer Hazardous Material to a Sale

13. DAISY Sales Removal

14. Reutilization

15. File Processes

16. Removals Under Army’s Contract

17. Definitions

18. Blank reproducible forms
1. Purpose:
This Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) establishes an Environmental Program by
standardizing procedures for environmental compliance within the CENTCOM AOR. DRMS
developed this SOP to ensure that DRMO activities take all possible and reasonable actions to
protect human health and preserve the environment while providing a standardization of
operations to fulfill the environmental mission of DRMS.


2. Authority:
        a. In accordance with DOD 4160.21-M, DRMS-I 4160.14, AR 200-1, Chapter 14 (Army
Environmental Program in Foreign Countries); the Army’s environmental compliance standards
in foreign countries with no foreign governing standards (FGS), such as Iraq, and should comply
with applicable international agreements. In conjunction with guidance from USCENTCOM,
MNF-I and MNC-I, this SOP provides guidance, standards, and management practices for
DRMS.
        b. While the Overseas Environmental Baseline Guidance Document (OEBGD) and
RCRA do not apply, the goal is to meet or exceed all environmental standards without sacrificing
mission needs. The common sense approach should be to ensure health and safety to the
maximum extent possible.

3. References for Storage and Handling of Hazardous
Property:
      DoD 4160.21-M
      DRMS-I 4160.14 all sections, but particularly Section 2, Chapter 8
      DLAI 4145.11
      Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations
      Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations
      OEBGD
      DoD Component policies, including:
      Joint Service Publication on Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials
      TM 38-410, NAVSUP PUB 573, AFJMAN 23-209, and MCO 4450.12A
      The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code
      International Civil Air Organization Rules or DoD Component guidance including:
       AFJM 24-204, TM 38-250, NAVSUP 505, MCO P4030.19E, and DLAM 4145.3
       (reference (j)).
      ABO 5090.1 Subject: Al Asad Air Base Environmental Compliance Standard Operating
       Procedures
4. Compliance Requirements:                     This SOP contains criteria for the receipt,
storage, handling, and disposition of hazardous property. It does not cover municipal waste,
munitions, underground tanks, bulk petroleum storage, or detailed spill contingency.

       a. Hazardous Materials (HM). All DRMOs shall accept, store and account for DoD
hazardous materials in accordance with all applicable regulations, unless otherwise directed by
DRMS. Only hazardous material that has been reviewed/screened by the host Supply Support
Activity (SSA) shall be received by the DRMO. Hazardous material should have 1) OSHA
compliant chemical label* attached to individual packages 2) must be accompanied by a Material
Safety Data Sheet and 3) a 1348-1A document for the item, which must be input to the DAISY
system as soon as possible. (See turn in requirements)

*NOTE: Only HM purchased in the United States or through Military Supply will comply with
the OSHA labeling requirements. Items without OSHA labeling should not be rejected.

               1. Hazardous materials will go through the Reutilization and Transfer (R/T)
procedures as required by DoD/DRMS. The Environmental Protection Specialist (EPS) shall
track HM through the system utilizing required timeframes, as much as possible.

                2. Some HM may be sent direct to Sales, bypassing the R/T action. Large
quantities of petroleum, oils and lubricants (POLs) and lead acid batteries are excepted from R/T.

                3. The EPS shall make every effort to contact base entities to accept usable
hazardous material. A 1348-1A document shall be prepared as an ‘Issue Document’ for all
reutilization and transfer items. List the NSN/LSN, item name, quantity, unit of issue, and a
signature when issuing property. A copy of the MSDS must be included with the property if
available. Copies of the Issue Document are to be filed in the COR files.

              4. All stored hazardous materials should be segregated by hazardous class, to the
best of the DRMO’s ability, building/hazardous yard layout, and circumstances.

               5. A copy of the authorization signature letter for personnel receiving hazardous
property must be on file and checked when issuing the property. Army form DD 1687 may be
required for personnel turning-in and receiving property per base requirement.

       b. Hazardous Waste (HW). All DRMOs shall accept, store and account for DoD
hazardous waste in accordance with all applicable regulations, unless directed otherwise by
DRMS. All hazardous waste must be accompanied by a 1348-1A document. A Hazardous
Waste Profile Sheet (HWPS), DRMS Form 1930, for that particular waste steam may not be
possible for all HW but is encouraged as a requirement for on base generators. (See turn-in
requirements)

                1. In those instances when the DRMO may only be the conduit for the
transportation and removal of hazardous waste from the generator’s or contractor’s facility, the
DRMO will input the DTID information into the DAISY accountable record system. The DRMO
will then input the DTID in the BOSS system to generate the DD Form 1155 Order for Supply
and Services that will be used by the hazardous waste disposal contractor when removing
hazardous waste.

                2. When the hazardous waste disposal contract is used for removal of hazardous
property a copy of the 1348-1A document should be kept in the Delivery/Task Order folder with
all other pertinent paperwork used for the shipment. Use of the WEBDOCS system does not
negate this requirement. All Hazardous Waste Profile Sheets backing up the waste stream
information should be kept, at a minimum, for three years from the date the waste was disposed.
New HWPS are required yearly or require a letter stating each HWPS is still current.

              3. All 1348-1A information will be input to a Hazardous Waste Log, which can be
accessed in the SHIP system. If this system is not in operation the DRMO may input this
information to paper using DRMS Form 1712, or an internal log /spreadsheet system. All
shipment information must be updated in the log with removal information.

              4. The Environmental Manager (EM) or his designee will perform Environmental
Inspections for all HM and HW on record on a weekly basis, or more frequently if directed.
DRMS Form 2000 or 1713 may be used for these inspections and should be filed in the
Environmental Office and kept for a minimum of three years.

             5. The base may determine that HW should be stored at HW Storage Areas or
 HW Accumulation Points in lieu of DRMO storage. The Base/Camp/Installation shall decide
 which storage option is most suitable to support their respective mission. DRMO personnel
 may be required to inspect these sites for inventory purposes.

              6. All hazardous waste received at the DRMO will be packaged in approved UN
containers, when available, properly labeled, and marked. The EPS will review all
accompanying paperwork and make any corrections before the turn-in activity leaves the
DRMO. All containers must be non-leaking and safe to handle, sealed, and compatible with the
substance being stored in it, whether the containers are UN approved or not.

       c. The only transformers and transformer oils that should be received are those with an
analysis stating the item is non PCB, “less than 50 PPM”.
5. Environmental Program Duties and Responsibilities:
       a. DRMO Environmental Manager/Environmental Protection Specialist will:

                1.        Serves as DRMO Environmental Manager for all environmental matters.

             2.   Conduct DRMO environmental operations in accordance with DOD
4160.21-M, DRMSI 4160.14, and MNC-I environmental policies and procedures.

                   3.   Directs DRMO Environmental Office personnel in their duties and
responsibilities, including input of documentation in a timely manner.

                4.    Incorporates the requirements of this environmental SOP into staff
planning and operations.

                5.        Implements a Hazards Communication (HAZCOM) Program, including:

                     i.    Maintain an inventory of hazardous materials in the work place.

                  ii.      Ensure HAZMAT is properly labeled.

                 iii.      Identify persons who work with, or may be exposed to HAZMAT and
                           ensure all DRMO employees receive HAZCOM training in Theater,
                           including contract laborers.

                 iv.       Ensure newly assigned DRMO employees receive familiarization, at
                           their work place, relative to unique HAZMAT, location of the MSDS
                           files, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) location and hazard control
                           measures (i.e. response, evacuation routes and rally procedures).

                  v.       Make every effort to reduce the quantity of HM/HW on hand.

                 vi.       Prepare and maintain a spill prevention and contingency plan per base
                           requirements

                 6.   Ensures that the DRMO has sufficient PPE and Spill Response items on
hand to deal with associated Environmental Risks (POL/HAZMAT/HAZ Waste), hazard class
labels, marking pens, Tyvek suits, etc.

                7.        Provide Environmental Activity Reports as required and directed.

                8.    Participates in Environmental forums (i.e. Environmental Councils,
Mayor’s Cell) and outlines key Environmental issues of concern.

               9.    Conducts internal inspection of Hazardous Material/Hazardous
Waste/POL sites as required.

               10.        Keeps DRMS HQ informed of situations that impede mission
accomplishment.

                11.       Prepare and maintain a Hazardous Yard plan-o-graph
6. DD Form 1348-1A:




Instructions for 1348-1A
A DD Form 1348-1A is required for all turn-in of hazardous property to the DRMO. The
DRMO is not authorized to accept hazardous property without proper and complete
documentation prepared according to DoD 4000.25-1-M, MILSTRIP. Paperwork, at a
minimum, must be completed with NSN/LSN of the product, document number for each 1348-
1A, item nomenclature, unit of issue, and quantity. All paperwork should be correct or corrected
and accepted before the generator departs the DRMO HazMat Yard. In addition to the standard
required information hazardous property turn-ins require the following additional information:

         a. Hazardous Waste

               1. "HW" in block 4 (right hand side) of the DD 1348-1A

              2. A valid NSN and noun name as cataloged in the supply system, or LSN/FSC
and chemical name of hazardous components, if the waste is not identified by NSN (area
25)

               3. MILSBILLS fund code (position 52-53 of the DD 1348-1A)

               4. Billing DoDAAC in block 27 of the DD 1348-1A

               5. Contract Line Item Number (CLIN) in block 27 of the DD 1348-1A, if
applicable

               6. Total cost of disposal in block 27 of the DD 1348-1A if applicable
                  7. DRMO-assigned HW profile reference number in "Remarks" section, if this is
not the initial turn-in of the waste stream

               8. For NSN and non-NSN HW, the word "waste" followed by the proper
shipping name in block 27, as shown in DoT 49 CFR 172.101 if applicable

               9. Container certification statement in block 27 (see paragraph 7, below)

              10. Name and phone number of generator for follow-up if needed

              11. DEMIL Code for NSN items

              12. Condition Code in block 71 and 72

              13. Amounts of hazardous and non-hazardous contaminants based on user's
knowledge or testing of the item expressed in a range of content (percentage by weight or PPM)
as applicable

       b. Hazardous Material:

                1. Hazardous Material: (NOTE: Per DoD direction, use DD 1348-1A or 1348-2
only for turn-in of HM.) "HM" in block 4

              2. Valid NSN and noun name as cataloged in the supply system or LSN/FSC and
chemical name of hazardous components and noun name of non-hazardous contaminants

               3. Supply Condition Code

               4. MILSBILLS fund code (position 52-53)

               5. Billing DoDAAC in block 27

               6. Acquisition cost, if known

                7. Container certification statement, for HM or HW, in block 27, as follows: (1)
“The hazardous material is packaged in containers as prescribed in the Department of
Transportation CFR 49 170-189”, or (2) “The hazardous material is packaged in containers of
equal or greater strength or efficiency as prescribed in the Department of Transportation 49 CFR
170-189”.

               8. A name and phone number of generator should be included for follow-up
information if needed.

 NOTE: Used and/or opened HM that meets the definition of a HW when discarded by service
contract requires a HW profile sheet in lieu of the information cited in paragraph b. above.

     c. Standardized LSNs are available from the EPS for the DRMO and generators to use for
common/recurrent wastes.
7. DRMS Basic Hazardous Property Receipt Procedures:
          a. Container condition:
                       All containers should be free of residue including absorbent, dirt, free
flowing liquids on top and sides of drum. (All rags used for wiping down drums should be
containerized, identified as contaminated rags and turned in separately.
                       All openings, including caps, lids, and bungs must be present and tightly
secured.
                       Containers must not be severely rusted or dented. While a minimal
amount of surface rust may not be avoidable, the rust must not compromise the integrity of the
container.
                       Drums should not be overfilled and headspace will be inspected upon
receipt. The turn-in activity will assist with loosening bungs so a visual inspection can be made.
At least a 6” headspace at the top of the drum to allow for expansion due to extreme hot weather
is required. Drums that are overfilled will not be accepted until they are pumped down to
accommodate the 6” headspace. Generators will not be permitted to pump drums within the
DRMO fence line.
                       Use only open top drums to containerize solids.
                       Use only closed top drums to containerize liquids.
                       All empty containers must have lids, rings, bolts and bungs in place.
                       Closed top drums that are cut to accommodate solids such as filter or rags
will not be accepted by DRMO.
                       Drums that are missing lids and are secured only by plastic and duct tape
will not be accepted.
                       Corrosive liquids must be containerized in plastic/poly drums
                       Separate waste streams and palletize 3 drums per pallet.
                       All drums must be clean and free of excessive markings.
                       For Lead Acid Batteries, all caps should be on and terminals should be
taped. Drained batteries should have caps removed and turned on their sides for turn-in.
                       HM/HW should be turned in using UN approved containers, if available.
                       DRMO should have standardized times and days for turn in and issue of
hazardous property
                       All containers should be serviceable, safe to handle, and non-leaking. All
leaking containers contents must be transferred to serviceable containers or the original
containers must be over packed.
                       Insure that all containers are properly marked and labeled and place the
unique document number on each container.
                       Review the paperwork for completeness.
                       All petroleum, oil, and lubricants including used oil, OFFSPEC fuel and
used antifreeze should be in double bung closed top drums.
                       Mark the containers for contents and quantity. Weigh the container if
possible.
                       Ensure appropriate segregation of materials (per the Segregation Table for
Hazardous Materials 49 CFR 177.848).

        b. Local Stock Number (LSN) as opposed to National Stock Number (NSN) should
classify items that have been contaminated. Use the Federal Stock Class (FSC) of the largest
hazardous component of your hazardous property.

       c. Classify all unopened or unused hazardous property using a valid NSN. All chemical
defense equipment (CDE) must be turned in with the specific NSN for that item.
Note: Hazardous property must be placed in appropriate containers for acceptance by
DRMO. The DRMO should pass turn-in guidelines to the generators.

        d. When the DRMO finds hazardous property left at the DRMO without proper 1348-1A
documentation, they should contact the base Environmental Compliance Officer (ECO) for
disposal guidance. Only after extensive research, should the EPS use the DRMO’s DoDAAC for
entry into DAISY.


8. DAISY Inputs:
        a. The following items should be received in DAISY (DRMS Automated Inventory
System) as Hazardous Material.
             Empty Usable Drums
             Antifreeze; unless destined for recycling use XR3
             Petroleum, Oils and Lubricants; unless destined for recycling use XR3
             Fuel, unless destined for recycling use XR3
             All Batteries except Lead Acid type (Lead Acid type use XR3; damaged batteries
are to be received as a Hazardous Waste, XR1 transaction)

Recylable POLs and Lead Acid Batteries: If a scrap pile has been established for these
commodities then you may input these as an XR3 without inputting a hazardous designator of
“M” or “W”.

All entries require you sign on to DAISY using the VIPER1 database with your userid and
password. You will choose “d” for DAISY entry in the block. The SQ5 RIC will appear
and you will input the RIC suffix for the location you are processing receipts for (see
below).

Be sure to read the information line at the bottom of your screen for help on each screen.
Some screens require you to input the number of the screen you need you can press enter if
the screen name is highlighted.

      b. Log onto DAISY (viper1.drms.dla.mil) through SecureCRT and select the following
menu options to process an XR1 Usable Receipt transaction for Hazardous Material or Waste in
DAISY:
  Step                                        Action
    1      Select “d” for DAISY DRMO
           Enter DAISY RIC+Suffix
    2       SQ5+B = Anaconda      SQ5+C = Al Asad          SQ5+F = Victory
            SQ5+D = Bagram        SQ5+E = Speicher         SQ5+G = Kandahar
    3      Select option 1, WAREHOUSING MENU

    4      Select option 1, RECEIPT FUNCTIONS

    5      Select option 1, USABLE RECEIPTS
                                    Usable Receipt Screen




        c. Input the following data:
            1. DTID NUMBER: as shown on your turn-in document, DD 1348-1A
            2. STOCK ID (national stock number (NSN) or local stock number (LSN- federal
stock class, two zeros and a short name of the waste, usually letters ex: 9150-00-USEDFUELS,
cannot be less than 10 and is not to exceed 15 digits): as shown on your turn-in document, DD
1348-1A
            3. DT REC: input the date the property was received; ex: 10/03/06
            4. Skip the next field “S/P” (special processing)
            5. HM/HW: input “M” (for hazardous material)
            6. skip to the DAC field (disposal authority code); input “N”
            7. FCC (federal condition code): input “HX”
            8. Skip to QTY (quantity): input the number of containers; ex: 1 for 1 drum of oil
            9. UI (unit of issue): input one of the following unit of issues:
                    a. CN for can
                    b. DR for drum
                    c. EA for each (use for batteries, unless being processed as an XR3 for lead
                        acid type)
NOTE: If an NSN was provided on the 1348-1A the unit of issue may be pre-populated
automatically and can not be changed. If the total in the unit is less than the quantity in a
prepackaged container use “BP” for broken pack. Refer to the Codes and Terms (C-A-T BOOK)
should be reviewed for other units of issue
            10. ITEM NAME: input the item name; ex: grease, petroleum product, used oil, etc.
            11. UNIT PRICE: input the unit acquisition value (should be annotated on the turn-in
                document; if not, input $1.00. If an NSN was provided on the 1348-1A the unit
                price may be pre-populated and can not be changed.)
            12. Skip to MSC (material screening code): input “X”
            13. ACCN (action code): input “A”
            14. ACCT (accounting code): input “A”
            15. Skip to DESC (additional description): input “N”
          16. Skip to SITE: input correct site code (ex: Z0, all hazardous sites should begin
              with “Z”; receipt-in-place always use “Z#” (the pound sign is to be used for
              receipt-in-place only)
          17. LOCATION: input correct storage location (ex: S010101A0/Y110101A0)
          18. After reviewing all inputs and all data fields entered are correct, press “F9” to
              accept and proceed to the next screen
          19. Screen is titled “Hazardous Material”
          20. Input Special Criteria Code (pg 117 in C-A-T BOOK):
              A       Asbestos, all categories
              B       PCB liquid 0-49 PPM
              C       PCB liquid 50-499 PPM
              D       PCB liquid 500 PPM or greater
              E       PCB contaminated item
              F       Empty container, acutely hazardous
              G       Item contaminated with hazardous property
              H       Hazardous spill residue (including PCBs)
              J       POL – petroleum, oils, lubricants
              K       Solvents
              L       Pesticides
              M       Batteries, lead acid only
              N       Batteries, all except lead acid
          21. Input the proper Description: (ex: used oil w/water, lead acid batteries, etc)
          22. PCB/PM: input N/A or the PPM if less than 50
          23. Skip to Approx Gr Wt: input an approximate gross weight
          24. Skip to MSDS (required field): enter the Material Safety Data Sheet number (this
              is a document containing the NSN/LSN, chemical composition, emergency
              response information, etc. of the material)
          25. Review your screen and press “F9” to accept
          26. When prompted with “Do you wish to enter GPS coordinates?” Enter “N” and
              press <enter>

This completes your XR1 input for a hazardous material. The item is now on your
inventory.

NOTE: Mark the turn-in document with “D” for DAISY to indicate it has been processed
into the DAISY system and then initial and date. Return the document to the
Environmental office for filing.


                            Hazardous Receipt Screen Changes

A major change to the DAISY hazardous receipt process was completed and release to
production on January 24, 2007. As a result:
      The initial usable receipt screen has not been changed, only the hazardous screens
           called by receipt
      There is now one set of screens used for both hazardous material and hazardous waste
      The mandatory fields are different dependent on if the property is a material or waste
      PCB data can be entered for either material or waste
      The hazardous screens called by DTID Restart or Basic Accountable Adjustment
           have been updated
      The Refer to Ultimate Disposal process has been updated
      The Type Transaction Codes have changed both in DAISY and MIDAS:
                           A hazardous receipt (both HM & HW) generates both an XR1 and an HZA.
                           The HWT and HW3 no longer generate for HW
                           The HMT and HM3 no longer generate for HM
                           An HMU still generates when HM is referred to UD after screening; however, the
                          data fields associated with the HMU have changed
                           A Basic Accountable Record Change will generate an HZC

       A view of each of the new screens is provided below followed by a table for each screen
       showing the field name, mandatory or optional requirement, and additional information.

                                                           Hazardous Receipt Screen 1


                                                                                                                                   The PCB screen is
                                                                                                                                   accessed by inputting a
Table 1 breaks down the
                                                                                                                                   Special Criteria Code of
fields by definition,
                                                                                                                                   either “B”, “C”, “D” or
mandatory/optional and
                                                                                                                                   “E”, which sets the PCB
input requirements.                                                                                                                indicator to “Y” or
                                                                                                                                   changing the PCB
                                                                                                                                   Indicator to “Y”.




                                              EPA Waste Code, State Waste Code and Container
                                              Information Screens are still accessed by “Zooming” on the
                                              field. “Zoom” holding down the Shift key while pressing the
                                              F10 key. State Waste Code and Containers # are not required.



                                                               Table 1 Screen 1

         Field Name          Mandatory/Optional                                            Additional Information

                                                  The receipt manifest number, when hazardous waste is shipped from off installation to the DRMO, for
       Receipt Manifest           Optional
                                                  OCONUS this is usually the DTID number.
       Special Criteria                           If a special criteria code of “B”, “C”, “D” or “E” is input, the PCB indicator will automatically be set
                                  Optional
           Code                                   to “Y”.
                             Mandatory for HW,
                             Mandatory for HM
         Signal Code                              Financial data furnished by the generator for billing purposes, usually “B”.
                              when referred to
                             Ultimate Disposal.
        DOT HM/RQ                 Optional        Input “RQ” if required by 49 CFR 172.203 (c).
       Proper Shipping
                                  Optional        DoT Proper Shipping Name as required from 49 CFR 172.101 Hazardous Materials Table (HMT).
           Name
        Hazard Class              Optional        Hazard Class or Division from HMT.
       UN/NA Number               Optional        Identification Number from HMT.
       Packing Group              Optional        Input options include “I”, “II”, “III” from HMT.
         Flashpoint               Optional
             pH                   Optional
          Density                 Optional
                                                  Required for both material and waste. Use “SOLID”, “LIQUID”, “SEMI-SOLID”, “GAS”, or
        Physical State           Mandatory
                                                  “OTHER”.
        Storage Code              Optional        Input options include “S01”, “S02” and “S05”. Used by SHIP HW Log

           MSDS              Mandatory for HM     Must have an MSDS with turn-in documentation from generator for NSN items
        Waste Profile
                             Mandatory for HW     Assigned by DRMO
         Number
EPA Waste Codes        Mandatory for HW    Shift F10 to “zoom” to the EPA Waste Code Screen, option to use “NONE”

State Waste Codes          Optional        Shift F10 to “zoom” to the State Waste Code Screen

Container Number           Optional        Shift F10 to “zoom” to the Container Information Screen
   Number of
                           Optional        Count of Containers on the DTID
   Containers
                                           Defaults to “N”. If a special criteria code of “B”, “C”, “D” or “E” is input the indicator changes to “Y”
 PCB Indicator            Mandatory
                                           or manually change to “Y” only if property is truly PCB.


                                               Hazardous Receipt Screen 2
                                                                                                                            Contents Description
                                                                                                                            Line 1 is displayed.
                                                                                                                            “Zoom” for lines 2-4.




                                                      Table 2 – Screen 2

    Field Name            Mandatory/Optional                                        Additional Information
      Container
                               Optional
     Description
                                                Mandatory if the Proper Shipping Name field was not populated. One line is displayed,
 Content Description           Optional
                                                “zoom” to display lines 2-4 for input.
 Accumulation Start
                               Optional         Mandatory for HW.
      Date
  Weight/Volume                Optional         Mandatory for HW or for HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle.
  Measure of the
                               Optional         Mandatory for HW or for HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle.
  Weight Volume
  Generator Type
                               Optional         Populates SHIP HW Log.
    Operations
 Organization Code             Optional

  Building Number              Optional

       Name                   Mandatory         Mandatory for both HM and HW. Must be on 1348

       Phone                  Mandatory         Mandatory for both HM and HW. Must be on 1348
                                                Mandatory for HW and HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle. Financial data
     Fund Code                 Optional
                                                furnished by generator for billing purposes.
                                                Mandatory for HW and HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle (unless the Fund
  Bill to DoDAAC               Optional
                                                Code is XP). Financial data furnished by generator for billing purposes.
                                                Mandatory for both HM and HW. Use DoDAAC of turn-in document number. Not a
  Pickup DoDAAC               Mandatory
                                                required entry.
  Contract Number              Optional         Mandatory for HW and HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle.
   Hazardous Item
                               Optional         Mandatory for HW and HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle.
   Number (HIN)
 Disposal Unit Price           Optional         Mandatory for HW and HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle.

   Disposal Cost               Optional         Mandatory for HW and HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle.
    Waste Profile
                               Optional         Mandatory for HW and HM when received to the Ultimate Disposal cycle.
     Location
 Non-RCRA Waste                Optional         Input “Y” or “N” if applicable
 Universal Waste         Optional          Input “Y” or “N” if applicable

                                                      PCB Screen


                                                                                                 PCB Screen comes up when
                                                                                                 the PCB indicator is set to
                                                                                                 “Y” either manually or by
                                                                                                 inputting a PCB special
                                                                                                 criteria code.




                                          Table 3 – PCB Screen

      Field Name           Mandatory/Optional                               Additional Information
PCB/PPM Concentration           Mandatory             Only required when property is PCB
     Lab Analysis                   Optional          “Y” or “N”
 Approximate Gallons                Optional
  Approximate Gross
                                    Optional
       Weight
     Serial Number                  Optional          Used for transformers
                                                      Height X Width X Length (give the actual measurements).
      Dimensions                    Optional
                                                      Example 6X6X6
   Kilovolt Amperes                 Optional          The transformer rating.



                     Record Status and History for a Hazardous Receipt in Place




                                      Table 4 – Record Status & History

Type Transaction
                                TTC Name                                            Comments
     Code
                      Hazardous Transaction Add or          HZA is generated when an XR1 or a DTID restart is done
      HZA
                                 Restart                    when the HM/HW code is filled.
       XR1             Receipt of Usable Property
                        Add Additional Property
      LOA
                           Location - Usable
      LOG              Add GPS Location - Usable            Not required
9. General Storage Information and Procedures:
        a. The EM/EPS should review all HW containers for all required hazard class labels and
markings. The DRMO shall assist the generator as necessary but the generator is responsible for
marking and labeling containers. Continuous abuse of this requirement may require a reject
notice. Keep labels and marking tags, pens, stick-ons and other required supplies in stock and
order as needed.

       b. Keep various sizes and types of back up drums and containers in stock, order as
necessary.

        c. Conduct inventory counts and provide to DRMO Site Manager as necessary, but no
less than at least monthly. These numbers are sent to DRMS HQs Management Team by the Site
Manager.

       d. Conduct physical inspections as required by regulation “at least weekly,” and keep all
forms in the COR file. Using a DAISY inventory by location will help with inspection.

       e. Prepare all paperwork for shipment of hazardous material or hazardous waste and keep
paperwork in the appropriate contract folders in the COR files. Input removal transaction for
each DTID shipped to adjust the inventory no more than three days after property has been
picked up/removed.

       f. Keep all PPE stocked as necessary, i.e., gloves, Tyvek suits, safety glasses, etc. If steel
toe shoes/boots are not available through base channels contact DRMS J-9.

        g. Keep all environmental handling equipment stocked and request help from DRMS J-9
if necessary, i.e., drum grabber, fork lift battery, bung wrenches, etc.

      h. All DTIDs must be input to DAISY within five working days after receipt; input to
BOSS as needed for waste disposal contract pickups; in DAISY National Sales Program
(DNSP), if available, for all items able to be sold. Email scanned copies of all paperwork to
DRMS-BBS after each sale removal. When data systems are not working alert the DRMO Site
manager.

       i. All hazardous property must have the DTID information marked on each container and
numbered 1 of _, 2 of __, etc. if there is more than one container per DTID, with the exception of
cans/drums to be crushed and sent to scrap.
10. DAISY Scrap Upgrades:
        a. BACKGROUND: DRMS-I 4160.14 allows processing of Lead Acid Batteries and
POLs that are destined for sale to be processed in DAISY a couple of different ways. One is to
bring on record as XR1 and the other is to bring on record as XR3. DRMOs with large amounts
of metal drums could also process those into E1L scrap after crushing. Although this property is
not scrap, processing as XR3 into an SCL/SCT is allowed as a management option. The
procedure below provides guidance in processing DAISY Scrap Upgrades.

        b. Upgrade From Scrap Process:

Use the Upgrade from Scrap screen to upgrade scrap to usable property. To record the
upgrade of scrap property, complete the following steps:

   Step                                         Action
    1       Select “d” for DAISY DRMO
            Enter DAISY RIC+Suffix
    2        SQ5+B = Anaconda      SQ5+C = Al Asad           SQ5+F = Victory
             SQ5+D = Bagram        SQ5+E = Speicher          SQ5+G = Kandahar
    3       Select option 1, WAREHOUSING MENU

    4       Select option 1, RECEIPT FUNCTIONS

    5       Select option 4, UPGRADE FROM SCRAP

       d. To complete an upgrade from scrap, take the following steps for all documents that
were previously processed as an XR3. Before processing, ensure you have all documents that
were processed as an XR3 and know what SCL/SCT they were processed into. Then pull the
documents from your source document file for processing as an upgrade from scrap.

                                Upgrade from Scrap Screen 1
   Input the data in the required fields. This is similar to processing an XR1 except the
   DTID Number field will automatically be generated with a DAISY assigned Unique
   Control Number (UCN). You will also be required to enter the scrap accumulation and
   weight for the upgrade that it is being processed against.

          1. DTID NUMBER: Press Enter, message will appear An Unique Control Number
              (UCN) will automatically be generated with the DRMO’s DoDAAC
          2. STOCK ID (national stock number (NSN) or local stock number (LSN- federal
              stock class, two zeros and a short name of the waste, usually letters ex: 9150-00-
              USEDFUELS, cannot be less than 10 and not to exceed 15 digits)
          3. DT REC: input the date the property was received; ex: 10/03/06
          4. Skip the next field “S/P” (special processing)
          5. HM/HW: input “M” (for hazardous material)
          6. skip to the DAC field (disposal authority code); input “N”
          7. FCC (federal condition code): input “HX”
          8. Skip to QTY (quantity): input the number of containers; ex: 1 for 1 drum of oil
          9. UI (unit of issue): input one of the following unit of issues:
                  a. CN for can
                  b. DR for drum
                  c. EA for each (use for batteries, unless being processed as an XR3 for lead
                      acid type)
NOTE: If the total in the unit is less than the quantity in a prepackaged container use “BP” for
broken pack. Refer to the Codes and Terms (C-A-T BOOK) should be reviewed for other units
of issue
          10. ITEM NAME: input the item name; ex: grease, petroleum product, used oil, etc.
          11. UNIT PRICE: input the unit acquisition value
          12. Skip to MSC (material screening code): input “X”
          13. ACCN (action code): input “A”
          14. ACCT (accounting code): input “A”
          15. Skip to DESC (additional description): input “N”
          16. Skip to SITE: input correct site code (ex: Z0, all hazardous sites should begin
              with “Z”; receipt-in-place always use “Z#” (the pound sign is to be used for
              receipt-in-place only)
          17. LOCATION: input correct storage location (ex: S010101A0/Y110101A0)
          18. After reviewing all inputs and all data fields entered are correct, press “F9”
                               Upgrade from Scrap Screen 2




          19. SCL/SCT NBR: input the scrap SCL/SCT for the scrap accumulation the
              upgrade is being processed against.
          20. Enter scrap weight and press F9 to update
          21. Was weight entered correctly? Y/N – if correct, enter “Y” and press <enter>
          22. You will be prompted: “PRESS <PRINT SCREEN> FOR HARD-COPY
              DOCUMENT; THEN <RETURN>”; Press the “Print Screen” key on your
              keyboard.

NOTE: File the screen printed hard-copy documents in your source document file with the
original documents processed as XR3.

          23. Proceed to next pop-up screen titled “Hazardous Material

NOTE: To process the remaining steps for the upgrade please refer to Hazardous Material
Receipts beginning at Step 19.
11. Sales:
The Sales Office is responsible to establish a Sales Contract Number in DAISY in order to refer
hazardous material items (HM items applicable to a particular sale; ex: lead acid batteries would
be referred to a Sales Contract number for lead acid batteries; used oil would be referred to a
Sales Contract number for used oil, etc.).

    a. Log onto DAISY (viper1.drms.dla.mil) through SecureCRT and select the following
menu options to establish a Sales IFB Number:

   Step                                          Action
     1         Select “d” for DAISY DRMO
               Enter DAISY RIC+Suffix
     2          SQ5+B = Anaconda      SQ5+C = Al Asad         SQ5+F = Victory
                SQ5+D = Bagram        SQ5+E = Speicher        SQ5+G = Kandahar
     3         Select option 4, MARKETING MENU
     4         Select option 3, SALES IFB PROCESS
     5         Select option 1, ESTABLISH IFB NUMBER

          1.     Sales IFB Process (the IFB number is the sales contract number)
          2.     Establish IFB Number
                     a. SALES IFB NUMBER: input Sales IFB Number; ex: 319001
                     b. BID OPENING DATE: input BOD date for sales contract; ex: 10/03/06
                     c. TYPE SALES CODE (refer to C-A-T Book for additional codes).
                    (Most hazardous sales are term contracts for one year or more)
                            1 = Term Sale
                            B = Basic Agreement
                            C = Negotiated Mini-Max
                            E = Immediate Response Term Sale
                            M = Mini-Max
          3.     After reviewing your info, press F9 to accept the screen

                                   Establishing IFB Number Screen
12. Refer Hazardous Material to a Sale:
Refer hazardous material items in DAISY for term or one-time hazardous material sale.
After referral process is complete, the inventory will indicate that the item is HM property
for that particular sale.

NOTE: These must be input as an XR1 transaction and currently in record status code “A”,
including HW items (which would require a DTID restart and changing the “W” to “M”.)

    a. Log onto DAISY (viper1.drms.dla.mil) through SecureCRT and select the following
menu options to establish a Sales IFB Number:

   Step                                       Action
    1      Select “d” for DAISY DRMO
           Enter DAISY RIC+Suffix
    2       SQ5+B = Anaconda      SQ5+C = Al Asad          SQ5+F = Victory
            SQ5+D = Bagram        SQ5+E = Speicher         SQ5+G = Kandahar
    3      Select option 4, MARKETING MENU
    4      Select option 3, SALES IFB PROCESS
    5      Select option 2, RELATE IFB to DTID

      b. DTID NUMBER: input the turn-in document number, DD 1348-1A
      c. NSN, UNIT OF ISSUE, QUANTITY AVAILABLE, DEMIL/DEMIL PERFORMED
(will all be pre-populated on screen so no input is required)
      d. SALES IFB NUMBER: input the Sales IFB Number; ex: 319001
      e. SALES IFB ITEM NUMBER: input the Sales IFB item number; this is the specific
item number on the sale; ex: 0001 or 0002, etc. The number is always four characters.
      f. TYPE SALES CODE: (refer to C-A-T Book for additional codes).
         (Most hazardous sales are term contracts for one year or more)
                    1 = Term Sale
                    B = Basic Agreement
                    C = Negotiated Mini-Max
                    E = Immediate Response Term Sale
                    M = Mini-Max
      g. RECORD STATUS CODE: is pre-populated on screen as RSC A; the RSC must be A;
if not, consult your DAISY APO and/or Account Monitor for assistance
           SITE/STOR LOCATION CODE: is pre-populated on the screen; no input required
                              Relating IFB Number to DTID Screen




After Hazardous Material receipt transactions (XR1) and Sales Referral transactions (XS6)
are complete, DAISY will indicate the HM item in Record Status Code (RSC) “K” for all items
referred to a hazardous term sale.
13. DAISY Sales Removal:
After Sales Contractor removes items from the DRMO, a DAISY shipment removal
transaction must be completed.

    a. Log onto DAISY (viper1.drms.dla.mil) through SecureCRT and select the following
menu options to establish a Sales IFB Number:

   Step                                      Action
    1      Select “d” for DAISY DRMO
           Enter DAISY RIC+Suffix
    2       SQ5+B = Anaconda      SQ5+C = Al Asad        SQ5+F = Victory
            SQ5+D = Bagram        SQ5+E = Speicher       SQ5+G = Kandahar
    3      Select option 4, MARKETING MENU
    4      Select option 4, SALE/SHIPMENT PROCESS
    5      Select option 1, SALE/SHIPMENT DTID

                                  Sale/Shipment of DTID Screen




     b. DTID NUMBER: input the DTID number of the item shipped. If you have multiple
items shipped on the same date, each DTID must be removed from record individually. The
screen should pre-populate most fields after the DTID is input.
     Exception: One time sales – if all items on a one time sale are removed on the same
     date, you can select #3. SALE/SHIPMENT (IFB NUMBER) and removal all related
     DTIDs at the same time. However, as noted above, most HM sales are term sales for one
     year or more.
     c. STOCK ID (LSN): info is pre-populated
     d. ITEM NAME: info is pre-populated
     e. UNIT OF ISSUE: info is pre-populated
     f. TOTAL DTID SALES PROCEEDS: info is pre-populated
     g. RSC: should be “K”
     h.   QUANTITY AVAILABLE: info is pre-populated
     i.   SALES IFB NO: info is pre-populated
     j.   SALES IFB ITEM NO: info is pre-populated
     k.   QUANTITY REMOVED: input the quantity removed

EXAMPLE: If a DTID has QUANTITY AVAILABLE as 10 drums and the contractor removed
10 drums, input 10. If a DTID has QUANTITY AVAILABLE as 10 drums and the contractor
only removed 5 drums, input 5. This is considered a partial removal. If quantity removed is less
than quantity available, the following message will appear:
“Qty sold is less than available. Is this a partial quantity sale? Enter Y or N?
IMPORTANT NOTE: ALWAYS Enter “Y” when a Partial Removal has been done.

       l. SALES PROCEEDS: input $1.00 for all items except the last DTID. The total
          amount minus the total amount of all DTIDs (excluding the last DTID) is the amount
          for the last DTID. Ex: If the contractor removed 100 drums at $1.00 per drum and
          there are 50 DTIDs (for 100 drums), drop all but one DTID for $1.00. The last DTID
          TOTAL DTID SALES PROCEEDS will be $51.00 (49 DTIDs at $1.00 each = $49,
          $100 - $49 = $51). Request assistance from your DAISY APO and/or account
          monitor, if required.
       m. DATE OF REMOVAL: input the date of physical removal (ex: 10/06/06)
       n. BIDDER REGISTRATION NUMBER: input BRN; the BRN is the last four digits of
          the contract number; ex: 31-6101-0002, 0002 is the BRN.
       o. BIDDER ID NUMBER: input 10-digit BIN. It is located on DRMS Form 1427,
          block 7. Request assistance from your SCO if required.
       p. After reviewing all screen info, press F9 to confirm and complete the DAISY removal
          transaction.

Send DRMS-BBS copies of all paperwork as required by the Sales Contracting
Officer (SCO) after each pickup.
14. Reutilization:
Reutilization of hazardous property by military units, or contractors using a military DoDAAC,
requires a Letter of Authorization to be on file at the DRMO. The signatures must match the
person receiving the property to the signature on the letter. A current Assumption of Command
letter must also be on file from the unit’s Commander. The 1348-1A may be used as the “issue
document” and should contain the DTID, NSN/LSN, of the property being reutilized, and
quantity removed. The inventory should be used to coordinate the NSN/LSN as listed. Issue
documents should be used to remove property from record within 3 working days to ensure the
inventory is up to date.

NOTE: Internal commands for some bases may require Army form DA 1687 to be used as
Notice of Delegation of Authority - Receipt for Supplies.


15. File Processes:
       a. Sales

         1.   DRMS-I 4160.14 - Section 2, General Processing Chapter 6, Sales Program
                i. C6.7.7.5. Contract Files. The following should be filed by action sequence
                   in each contract folder, identified by contract number.

                  ii. C6.7.7.5.1. Copy of completed DRMS Form 1427, SF 114F, Item Bid
                      Page, SF 114E for a Negotiated Sales Contract and Storage charge
                      computation sheets. Also any memos or other documents pertaining to the
                      contract (including DRMS Form 1645, DRMS Form 1873, a DRMS Form
                      526 (if used for term sales) for all hazardous contract files). Do not
                      maintain or duplicate contract files except for interim purposes during the
                      processing of the contract.

                  iii. C6.7.7.5.2. Any documents, letters or records pertaining to protests,
                       defaults, claims, cancellations of contract, termination of contract, etc.

                  iv. C6.7.7.5.3. Any correspondence relating to the contract.

         2.   Copies required to be kept per DRMS-BBS (Sales)
                    i.  Copy of the Contract
                   ii.  Form 1367
                  iii. Form 1427
                  iv.   Form 1920 Hazardous
                   v.   Scale/Weight Ticket
                  vi.   Copies of the above should be scanned and emailed to DRMS-BBS
                        after each pickup for billing purposes.
                 vii.   DRMS Form 1943 is not required for OCONUS/SWA sites

         3.     At the end of the sale contract everything shall be boxed and sent to DRMS-BBS
for reconciliation with official files and sent to archives.

        b.       All 1348-1A documents shall be filed in the Environmental Office by Julian Date
of the DTID. Hazardous Waste Profile Sheets should be filed by generators. MSDS’ may be filed
separately or attached to their specific document.
 16. Removals Under Army’s Contract:
 Hazardous Property under the Army’s Commercial Transportation Contract should be input to
 DAISY as an Ultimate Disposal (UD) type transaction. For hazardous materials all items must be
 in RSC “A”. To process UD transactions each DTID must be referred for UD in the Marketing
 Menus. After the DTIDs have been referred for UD you will use the hazardous change record
 status code screen to manually move each DTID through RSC codes D, E, G, and then to M. A
 hazardous waste justification code of “Z” should be used. TO process the final disposition use
 the Hazardous Ultimate Disposal screen for the final transaction that will move each DTID to
 RSC “Z”. Input the total weight in pounds, the UD Reason Code for disposal and then use the
 Army’s contract number (without dashes), proceeded by the letters “BP”, as the service contract
 number for disposal.

                                   Refer to Ultimate Disposal – After Receipt
 Material which has completed the R/T/D/S cycle and Return to Manufacturer screenings, normally is referred for
 Ultimate Disposal via the DAISY Referral Process.
              1. From the Marketing Menu – Select DAISY Referral Processes
              2. Select – Refer for Ultimate Disposal
              3. Enter the DTID Number and press Return
              4. Enter the Ultimate Disposal Justification Code, F9 to update record. Hit Return.
              5. The new Referral to Ultimate Disposal Screen (below) comes up.


                                       Referral to Ultimate Disposal Screen


Table 4 breaks down the
fields by definition,
mandatory/optional and
input requirements.




              Note – the Hazardous Waste Profile Sheet (HWPS) becomes the characterization source when the
              material is referred to UD in place of the MSDS. Otherwise you must have a HWPS number.




                                       Table 5 – Refer to Ultimate Disposal
       Field Name           Mandatory/Optional                                 Additional Information
         MSDS                                       The field is populated with the MSDS input on receipt.
   Waste Profile Sheet          Mandatory           Required for Hazardous Waste only
    EPA Waste Code              Mandatory           Shift F10 to “zoom” to the EPA Waste Code Screen
      Storage Code              Mandatory           Input options include “S01”, “S02” and “S05”. Used by SHIP HW Log.
      Signal Code               Optional            Financial data furnished by the generator for billing purposes, usually “B”.
       Fund Code                Optional            Financial data furnished by generator for billing purposes.
   Bill To DoDAAC               Optional            Mandatory unless the fund code is “ XP”.
    Contract Number             Optional
     Hazardous Item
                                 Optional
     Number (HIN)
    Weight/Volume               Mandatory
       Measure of
                                Mandatory           One character and must be in pounds shown as “L”
    Weight/Volume
   Disposal Unit Price           Optional
      Disposal Cost              Optional
Contract Number for use with URS disposal: FA890304D8679
17. Definitions:
Acute Hazardous Waste Those wastes listed in 40 CFR 261.33 with a U.S. EPA waste
number with the "P" designator.
Disposal The discharge, deposit, injection, dumping, spilling, leaking, or placing of any
hazardous waste into, or on any land or water so that the waste or constituent thereof may enter
the environment. Proper disposal effectively mitigates hazards to human health and the
environment.
DoD Hazardous Waste Generator In DoD, a generator is considered to be the installation, or
activity on an installation, that produces a hazardous waste.
EM / EPS Environmental Manger / Environmental Protection Specialist
Elementary Neutralization A process of neutralizing a HW which is hazardous only because
of the corrosives characteristic. It must be accomplished in a tank, transport vehicle, or container.
Hazardous Waste Log A listing of HW deposited and removed from the DRMO. Information
such as the waste type, volume, location and storage removal dates should be recorded.
Hazardous Property           Hazardous material and hazardous waste are considered hazardous
property.
Hazardous Chemical Warning Label A label, tag, or marking on a container that provides
the following information:
         Identification/name of hazardous chemicals; appropriate hazard warnings; and the name
and address of the manufacturer, importer or other responsible party; and that is prepared in
accordance with DoD 6050.5-H (reference (h)).
Hazardous Material Any material that is capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health,
safety, or environment if improperly handled, stored, issued, transported, labeled, or disposed.
Normally HM is in it original state and is in an unopened container.
Hazardous Material Information System (HMIS) The computer-based information system
developed to accumulate, maintain and disseminate important information on hazardous material
used by DoD.
Hazardous Material Shipment Any movement of hazardous material in a DoD land vehicle
either from an installation to a final destination off the installation, or from a point of origin off
the installation to a final destination on the installation.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) A form used by manufacturers of chemical products to
communicate to users the chemical, physical, and hazardous properties of their product.
Hazardous Waste Constituent A chemical constituent listed by name in 40 CFR part 261,
subpart D or a constituent listed in table 1 of 261.24.
Hazardous Waste Defined as any item exhibiting one or more of the characteristics listed in
40 CFR 261 Subpart C (ignitability, corrosives, reactivity, or toxicity) or is a listed waste as
described in 40 CFR subpart D (RCRA). Normally this is a discarded material that may be solid,
semi-solid, liquid, or contained gas and either exhibits a characteristic of a hazardous waste.
Excluded from this definition are domestic sewage sludge, household wastes and medical wastes.
HW is generally identified as used, opened, damaged, contaminated, or expired hazardous
material no longer capable of being used for its intended purpose without further processing.
Hazardous Waste Accumulation Point (HWAP) A shop, site, or other work center where
hazardous wastes are accumulated until removed to a Hazardous Waste Storage Area (HWSA)
or shipped for treatment or disposal. A HWAP may be used to accumulate no more than 208
liters (55 gallons) of hazardous waste, or one liter (one quart) of acute hazardous waste, from
each waste stream. The HWAP must be at or near the point of generation and under the control
of the operator.
Hazardous Waste Fuel Hazardous wastes burned for energy recovery. Fuel produced from
hazardous waste by processing, blending or other treatment is also hazardous waste fuel.
Hazardous Waste Generation Any act or process that produces hazardous waste (HW) as
defined in this Guide.
Hazardous Waste Profile Sheet (HWPS) A document that identifies and characterizes the
waste by providing user's knowledge of the waste, and/or lab analysis, and details the physical,
chemical, and other descriptive properties or processes that created the hazardous waste.
DRMS-Form 1930 will be used as the standard HWPS used to identify each hazardous waste
stream. This form must accompany all waste turned-in to the DRMO and must be updated by the
generator, as necessary, to reflect any new waste streams or process modifications that change
the character of the hazardous waste being handled at the storage site.
Hazardous Waste Storage Area (HWSA) One or more locations on a DoD installation
where HW is collected prior to shipment for treatment or disposal. A HWSA may store more
than 55 gallons of a HW stream and more than one quart of an acute hazardous waste stream.
Hazardous Waste Storage Area Manager A person, or agency, on the installation assigned
the operational responsibility for receiving, storing, inspecting, and general management of the
installation's HWSA or HWSA program.
Land Disposal Placement in or on the land, including, but not limited to, land treatment,
facilities, surface impoundments, underground injection wells, salt dome formations, salt bed
formations, underground mines or caves.
Safety and Health Plan The DRMO shall have a Safety and Health Plan per the requirements
of 29 CFR 1900.1200.
Treatment Any method, technique, or process, excluding elementary neutralization, designed
to change the physical, chemical, or biological characteristics or composition of any hazardous
waste so as to render such waste non-hazardous, or less hazardous; safer to transport, store, or
dispose of; or amenable for recovery, amenable for storage, or reduced in volume.
Unique Identification Number A number assigned to generators of hazardous waste to
identify the generator and used to assist in tracking the waste from point of generation to ultimate
disposal. The number could be the Unit Identification Code (UIC) or the DoDAAC; executive
agent should specify the method for determining the unique identification number in the final
governing standards.
Used Oil Burned for Energy Recovery Used oil that is burned for energy recovery is termed
"used oil fuel." Used oil fuel includes any fuel produced from used oil by processing, blending or
other treatment. "Used oil," means any oil or other waste POL product that has been refined from
crude oil, or is synthetic oil, has been used, and as a result of such use, is contaminated by
physical or chemical impurities. Although used oil may exhibit the characteristics of reactivity,
toxicity, ignitability, or corrosives, it is still considered used oil, unless it has been mixed with
hazardous waste. Used oil mixed with hazardous waste is a hazardous waste and will be
managed as such.
18. Blank reproducible forms:
    a.   DRMS Form 1930 Hazardous Waste Profile Sheet

    b.   DRMS Form 1367 - SHIPMENT RECEIPT/DELIVERY PASS

    c.   DRMS Form 1427 - NOTICE OF AWARD, STATEMENT, AND RELEASE
         DOCUMENT
    d.   Sample Letter of Authorization to Authenticate Issue Documents for Direct
         Removal of Property (outdated, refer to the updated RTD requirements for
         LOAs).
    e.   DA Form 1687 - NOTICE OF DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY –
         RECEIPT FOR SUPPLY

    f.   DAISY Mapped Out (an updated version with all references can be found on
         the DRMS Intranet site under Property Accounting, “DAISY Assistant”
         zipped file to be downloaded to hard drive.)

								
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