150,000 lbs. (approx.) Loose steel, light and heavy, unprepared scrap to be delivered over a six month period. Materials may include, but are not limited to pipe, angle, desks, chairs, office furniture, structures, rail, plate and sheet metal, drained certified refrigeration equipment, demil residue, vehicle residue, inert ammo storage containers, with other ferrous and nonferrous attachments, and other foreign attachments to be disposed of at buyer s expense. Buyer will place at minimum, two (2) open top containers on site. If emergent situation requires, the company may be required to place additional dumpsters/hoppers/flatbeds as necessary. Buyer will provide equipment and operator to load containers. Buyer is responsible for cutting and loading of any oversize material that will not fit into roll-offs or onto flatbed. Burn permits will be required if cutting is needed and buyer must adhere to base regulations for open flame work. Contract location is Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian head Division, Indianhead Md. 20640. Property must be removed with in three (3) working days of notification by Government Liquidations personnel, certified weight slips empty and full will be given/faxed/e-mailed to Government Liquidations personnel, within 12 hours of receipt. All personnel entering the Indianhead Naval Surface Warfare Center for viewing or picking up material are required to be a United States Citizen. A state driver s license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance must be presented to the visitor control office at the base entrance. All vehicles will be searched prior to being allowed onto NSF Indian head property. The buyer must ensure their vehicles; and equipment does not leak fluids. In the event of spills, the contractor will take action IAW Indianhead's contingency plan. The buyer shall provide storage of their personal gear; Buyer's equipment can be inspected prior to commencement of work and during any phase of work. The buyer must meet all OSHA standards to include, but not limited to the following at all times while on the job site: hard hats, safety shoes, safety glasses, gloves, safety vest. Buyer must comply with all applicable Federal and State environmental, transportation, base, and safety laws and regulations. Buyer is responsible for housekeeping around their containers. All scrap under this contract requires mutilation. Destructive Scrapping required. By bidding, each bidder represents, warrants, and certifies that ALL materials purchased will not be re-used or re-furbished, or sold for re-use or refurbishing. Buyer must provide Liquidity Services with a Certificate of Destruction on the form specified by Liquidity Services within 30 days of removal. The price per pound will be adjusted every month beginning with the first full month after the start of the contract. The price will be adjusted during the second week of the month. The revised price will be determined by taking the price of AMM No. 2 Bundle Pittsburgh on the first Thursday of the month and dividing it by the AMM No. 2 Bundle Pittsburgh used on the contract start date. The percentage will be applied to the price per pound to arrive at an adjusted price.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: For all Scrap Term Contracts, the Winning bidder is responsible for providing a down payment based on the winning bid price. New winning bidders must deposit 25% of the winning bid. Repeat Winning Bidders must deposit 10% of the winning bid. This deposit will be refunded upon the end of the Term. Down Payment is due within (3) business days of the award of the Term Contract.
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