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01.0 Attachment 01 - Hazardous Waste PWS for Barstow 061621 V2.docx

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0.0 PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS)

1.0 REMOVAL PHASES

1.1 PRE-REMOVAL

1.1.1 CLIN SELECTION CRITERIA

1.1.1.1 CLIN DISPUTES

1.1.2 PERMIT/SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

1.1.2.1 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

1.1.3 SHIPPING/DISPOSAL DOCUMENTATION

1.1.4 NOTIFICATIONS

1.1.5 CONVEYANCE VEHICLE OR TRAILER SECURITY

1.1.6 HOURS OF OPERATION

1.1.7 PUBLIC AFFAIRS COORDINATION

1.1.8 DBIDS INSTALLATION ACCESS

1.1.9 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

1.1.10 CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL

1.2 REMOVAL

1.2.1 SPILL RESPONSIBILITY

1.2.2 SEGREGATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE

1.2.3 STATEMENT ON CONTAINERS

1.2.4 GOVERNMENT EQUIPMENT & PERSONNEL

1.2.5 TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE ON GOVERNMENT

FACILITY

1.2.6 LOADING

1.2.7 WEIGHING OF ITEMS

1.2.7.1 TASK ORDER (TO) ADJUSTMENTS

1.2.8 DEFINITIONS, BULK & CONTAINERIZED WASTE

1.2.8.1 BULK WASTE

1.2.8.2 CONTAINERIZED WASTE

1.2.9 BULK LIQUID PUMPING

1.2.10 BULKING & CONSOLIDATION

1.2.11 EXPEDITED REMOVAL/PERFORMANCE OF SERVICES

1.2.12 OVERPACKING FOR COMPLIANCE

1.2.13 PACKAGING/REPACKAGING/LOOSE PACKING FOR COMPLIANCE

1.3 POST REMOVAL

1.3.1 RETURN OF SHIPPING DOCUMENTATION

2.0 DISPOSAL/RECYCLING

2.1 CERTIFICATES OF DISPOSAL, DESTRUCTION, & RECYCLING

2.2 EMPTY CONTAINERS

2.3 PCB-RELATED WASTES

2.4 AFFF AND OTHER PFAS-RELATED WASTES

2.5 COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS, CARTRIDGES, VESSELS & CANISTERS

2.5.1 EVALUATION/IDENTIFICATION OF CYLINDERS, VESSELS, AND CANISTERS

2.5.2 ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY CYLINDER CONTENTS (or RESERVED)

2.5.3 RECONTAINERIZATION/REPLACEMENT OF VALVES

2.5.4 ZONE “A” POISON GASES

2.6 RECYCLING OR RECOVERY

2.6.1 COMMODITY SPECIFIC RECYCLING/RECOVERY REQUIREMENTS

2.7 DEMILITARIZATION

2.7.1 RESERVED

2.7.2 OTHER MILITARY ITEMS

3.0 MANAGEMENT SERVICES

3.1 RENTAL EQUIPMENT SUMMARY – ROLLOFF BOX (ROB), VACUUM BOX, OR FRAC TANK

3.2 DAILY RENTAL OF A LINED ROLLOFF BOX (ROB) WITH COVER

3.3 WEEKLY RENTAL OF A LINED ROLLOFF BOX (ROB) WITH COVER

3.4 MONTHLY RENTAL OF A LINED ROLLOFF BOX (ROB) WITH COVER

3.5 RESERVED

3.6 DAILY RENTAL OF A VACUUM BOX

3.7 WEEKLY RENTAL OF A VACUUM BOX

3.8 WEEKLY RENTAL OF A FRAC TANK WITH SECONDARY CONTAINMENT

3.9 MONTHLY RENTAL OF A FRAC TANK WITH SECONDARY CONTAINMENT

3.10 INITIAL PLACEMENT OR REMOVAL OF EMPTY RENTED ROLLOFF BOX OR VACUUM BOX

3.10.11 MOVE EMPTY ROLLOFF BOX (ROB), VACUUM BOX, OR FRAC TANK WITHIN INSTALLATION

3.11 INDUSTRIAL CLEANING SERVICES (ICS), DAILY, CREW OF 2

3.12 INDUSTRIAL CLEANING SERVICES (ICS), WEEKLY, CREW OF 2

3.13 RESERVED

3.14 INDUSTRIAL CLEANING SERVICES (ICS), DAILY, CREW OF 3

3.15 INDUSTRIAL CLEANING SERVICES (ICS), WEEKLY, CREW OF 3

3.16 RESERVED

3.17 SURCHARGE FOR WEEKEND WORK, DAILY, CREW OF 2

3.18 SURCHARGE FOR WEEKEND WORK, DAILY, CREW OF 3

3.19 ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR HYDRO/WATER BLASTING WORK, DAILY, CREW OF 3

3.20 ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE WORK, DAILY, CREW OF 3

3.21 RESERVED

3.22 SURCHARGE FOR EXPEDITED COMMENCEMENT OF ICS WORK, CREW OF 2-3

3.23 RESERVED

3.24 PERFORM ANALYSIS

3.25 PREPARE WASTE PROFILE SHEET

3.26 PERFORM WASTE CHARACTERIZATION TO IDENTIFY WASTE

3.27 LAB PACKING/LOOSE PACKING SERVICES

3.28 RESERVED

3.29 BULK NON-RCRA WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT

3.30 DENTAL AMALGAM

3.31 RESERVED

3.32 STABILIZATION OF ORGANIC PEROXIDE & MEKP PRODUCTS

3.33 RESERVED

3.34 TANK DECOMMISSIONING, CLEANING, AND CUTTING

3.35 TRANSPORTATION DEMURRAGE

3.36 HAZ CAT IDENTIFICATION SERVICES

3.37 TRANSPORTATION ON GOVERNMENT PREMISES\

3.38 TONOPAH INSTALLATION ACCESS REQUEST FORM

3.39 NELLIS AFB INSTALLATION ACCESS REQUEST FORM

4.0 ACCEPTABLE PERFORMANCE LEVEL (APL)

4.1 ACCEPTABLE PERFORMANCE LEVEL (APL) TABLE

5.0 QUALIFIED FACILITIES AND TRANSPORTERS LISTS (QFL/QTL)

5.1 ADDING/UPDATING QUALIFIED FACILITIES AND TRANSPORTERS

5.2 FACILITY REMOVAL

5.3 TRANSPORTER REMOVAL

6.0 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

6.1 INDEMNIFICATION

6.2 PACKAGING, MARKING, LABELING AND PLACARDING

6.3 PLACES OF GOVERNMENT INSPECTION

6.4 CONTRACTOR REPRESENTATIVE

6.5 INCIDENTAL FEES

7.0 STANDARD TIMES FOR REMOVALS AND PERFORMANCE OF SERVICES

7.1 EXPEDITED REMOVALS AND PERFORMANCE OF SERVICES

8.0 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS, DLA DISPOSITION SERVICES

ACCEPTANCE, INVOICING AND TRACKING

8.1 SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTATION TO FACILITATE ACCEPTANCE FOR

PAYMENT

8.2 ACCEPTANCE AND INVOICING

9.0 CONTRACT MINIMUM/MAXIMUM

10.0 CONTRACTOR ACCESS TO DLA DISPOSITION SERVICES

11.0 PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE

0.0 PERFORMANCE WORK STATEMENT (PWS)

a. This contract is referred to as the Barstow Regional HW Disposal Contract. Work will consist of the removal, transportation and disposal of RCRA hazardous wastes, non-RCRA wastes, State-Regulated wastes, Non-State Regulated wastes, Universal Wastes, Compressed Gases, and Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) located on or around military installations or within a 50 mile radius of any pick up point listed on this contract in the states of California and Nevada. The Contractor is advised that some requirements for information are required before start of work on this contract, i.e., Sections 1.1.2, 1.1.8 and 3.29.

b. This contract consists of one (1) 30-month Base Period, followed by one (1) 30-month Option Period.

c. Pricing for containerized wastes will most commonly be based on container sizes. Pricing for bulk wastes will most commonly be based on gallons, pounds, or cubic yards, as applicable.

d. This contract is a firm-fixed price indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract written as a performance-based contract and allows the KO to make monetary deductions and/or a negative mark on the Contractor’s Past Performance when an Acceptable Performance Level (APL) is not met.

e. The Government agrees that all items placed on a Task Order (TO) on this contract will be accompanied by documentation and markings that comply with all applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations relating to the generation, storage and transportation of waste.

f. The Contractor agrees to provide all services necessary for the transportation, final treatment, disposal, and/or recycling of the items listed in the schedule in accordance with (IAW) all local, state, and federal laws and regulations, and the terms and conditions of this contract. These services shall include all necessary personnel, including applicable Subcontractors, labor, transportation, equipment, and the compilation and submission of all documentation required by this contract. All items, regardless of the condition, are being discarded by the Government and will require recycling or disposal as identified via the ordered Contract Line Item Number (CLIN).

g. The six-character disposal CLIN consists of two parts. The term “Base CLIN” refers to the first four characters of the CLIN. The Base CLIN represents the waste description according to the waste profile for a particular waste stream. The term “CLIN Suffix” refers to the last two characters of the CLIN. The CLIN Suffix designates the unit of measure for purposes of tracking and Contractor payment. Example: Base CLIN “CS01” represents Corrosive Acids, Inorganic other than HF and HNO3, <50% in Water, and the CLIN Suffix “C4” designates the unit of issue as a 55-Gallon Container. Accordingly, one (1) 55-gallon drum of this waste would be represented by ordering one (1) Each of CLIN CS01C4. General information of Profile Based CLINs may be found at: http://www.dla.mil/DispositionServices/Offers/Disposal/HazardousWaste/HazWasteDisposal.aspx for more details.

h. Some CLINs ordered under this contract require the Contractor to provide Certificates of Destruction or Disposal (CD), e.g., specific Demilitarization-required items, AFFF, PFAS, and PCB-related wastes. The Contractor is cautioned to closely read all CLIN descriptions where such requirements are indicated. Unless explicitly written elsewhere in this PWS, the Contractor must only provide a CD when so reflected in the Price Schedule CLIN description and IAW Section 2.1.

i. Publications and attachments applicable to this contract will be made available upon request. During the solicitation and life of this contract, the Government may make requirement changes, additions, and/or deletions to those initially identified.

j. Industrial Cleaning Services (ICS) CLINs, when offered under this contract, require Contractor provision of all labor and equipment necessary to perform these services as specified under Section 3.0, Management Services.

k. Generators are responsible for ensuring their containerized wastes sent for disposal via this contract are in Department of Transportation (DOT) shippable packaging.

l. Minimum TO charges under this contract will be $2,000.00, except where exceptions are otherwise specified in the contract, including but not limited to most management services, expedited removals and performance.

m. Required time frames for Contractor performance of services including waste removal are expressed in business days.  For timekeeping purposes in the performance of services, the day in which the Task Order (TO) is issued to the Contractor will constitute “Day 0” (zero), and the following business day will constitute “Day 1”.  All business days thereafter, whether in whole or in part, will constitute one (1) day for timekeeping purposes.  A business day will be defined as any day in which normal business is conducted.  It does not include weekends, federal holidays, or other days in which the Contractor is denied installation access due to force protection or other conditions.

n. Time frames pertaining to equipment rental periods are expressed in calendar days.   For timekeeping purposes related to equipment rental, the day of equipment placement, regardless of time,