Federal contract opportunity SP452014R0003 for hazardous waste treatment and disposal at DLA Acquisition Locations DLA Disposition Services - Europe.

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The Request for Proposals is expected to be issued by 7 June 2014.  The intended contract is for non-personal services including, but not limited to, inspection, packaging/repackaging, loading, unloading, containerization, removal, transportation, storage, recycling, reuse, recovery, treatment, and disposal of hazardous and regulated substances from US Military Installations in the United Kingdom and in the Azores.  Additional services include: expedited removals, Waste Management Services (WMS), Receiving Services, laboratory analysis, preparation of DD Form 1348-1, sampling & analysis for each waste stream and reports and forms, tank cleaning, labels and repackaging services and removal of appliances containing ozone depleting substances from some locations outside the military installations. Infectious, controlled, and radioactive wastes, or mixtures of such wastes with hazardous waste, shall not be included under this contract.  Waste disposed of under this contract may possibly be contaminated with one or more substances not specifically identified. The removal, transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of wastes offered under this contract are to be performed in accordance with the United Kingdom (UK), the Azores, the European Union (EU) and international environmental, safety and health laws and regulations; international agreements governing the generation, storage, transportation and disposal/recycling of dangerous goods; and in conformance with industry standards that minimize risks to human health and the environment.  These standards apply not only to the country in which the waste is generated, treated and disposed, but also any transit countries through which the waste is transported.  The contractor shall comply with any changes or new requirements identified by the above regulating bodies that should be promulgated during the performance of the contract.

The Request for Proposals is expected to be issued by 7 June 2014.  The intended contract is for non-personal services for inspection, packaging/repackaging, loading, unloading, containerization, removal, transportation, storage, recycling, reuse, recovery, treatment, and disposal of hazardous and regulated substances from US Military Installations in the United Kingdom.  Additional services include: expedited removals, Waste Management Services (WMS), Receiving Services, laboratory analysis, preparation of DD Form 1348-1, sampling & analysis for each waste stream and reports and forms, tank cleaning, labels and repackaging services and removal of appliances containing ozone depleting substances from some locations outside the military installations. Infectious, controlled, and radioactive wastes, or mixtures of such wastes with hazardous waste, shall not be included under this contract.  Waste disposed of under this contract may possibly be contaminated with one or more substances not specifically identified. The removal, transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of wastes offered under this contract are to be performed in accordance with United Kingdom (UK), European Union (EU) and international environmental, safety and health laws and regulations; international agreements governing the generation, storage, transportation and disposal/recycling of dangerous goods; and in conformance with industry standards that minimize risks to human health and the environment.  These standards apply not only to the country in which the waste is generated, treated and disposed, but also any transit countries through which the waste is transported.  The contractor shall comply with any changes or new requirements identified by the above regulating bodies that should be promulgated during the performance of the contract.

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