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Sale of Vehicle Batteries for Recycling - Bid Form & Photos

General Information

Document Type:PRESOL
Posted Date:Apr 03, 2018
Category: Salvage Services
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, ACC - WRN (W912GY)(SIAD), 74 C STREET, Herlong, California, 96113-5000, United States

Description

Photo representative of property and is approved for public release. Photo representative of property and is approved for public release. Photo representative of property and is approved for public release. Photo representative of property and is approved for public release. Please fill out and return with bid info. Property to be sold:Scrap Vehicle Batteries for Recycling - Approximately 340,000 lbs. over a 6 month period. Proposal Deposit:20% of proposal must be submitted by winning offeror prior to removal of material; within 5 calendar days of contract effective date. Acceptable forms of proposal deposit include certified check, money order, and company checks. Property must be removed:One truckload per month for a 6 month period - first removal to be within 30 business days of the contract effective date. Payment Due:Payment due within 7 business days per removal. SALE OF SURPLUS PROPERTY W912GY-18-Q-008R TERMS AND CONDITIONS Sierra Army Depot has Scrap Vehicle Batteries for Recycling to be sold and removed from the facility once a month for a 6 month period; the first removal to be completed within 30 business days of the contract effective date. The batteries are made up of lead acid, and weigh approximately 74 lbs. each. It is determined approximately 32 batteries make a pallet, and the pallet weight is approximately 46 lbs. Each pallet, to include the batteries, will weigh approximately 2,414 lbs. There will be an estimated 340,000 lbs. of batteries over the 6 month length of the contract. Contractor is responsible for weighing the batteries on a certified commercial scale and providing proof of weight using the weight ticket. A deposit is not required to submit a proposal, however within five (5) calendar days of the award, the successful contractor must provide an earnest money deposit of 20% of the total proposal price to the Contracting Officer before any material is authorized to be removed. The contractor may remove materials up to the value of this deposit. Sierra reserves the right to retain the deposit until such time as the proof of removal (all paperwork to include manifests or Bills of Ladings) have been received and the contractor has paid in full all for all property removed from the facility. Material must be removed once a month for a 6 month period, with the first removal to be within 30 business days of the contract effective date. The remaining removals will be complete once a month by the 15th for the duration of the contract. Exceptions for this date are if the 15th falls on a weekend (Friday - Sunday) or a Federal Holiday. In this case, the removal will be complete on the following business day. The Hazardous Waste Point of Contact in Building 380 (will be identified at award) shall oversee the loading of the batteries, and shall retain a copy of all proofs of removal (either a manifest or bill of lading). The contractor shall also provide the SIAD Contract Point of Contact (Starla Roberts) with all proofs of removal within 3 business days of each removal. The contractor shall provide payment in one of the accepted formats within 7 business days of each removal. The contractor is required to use a flat-bed type trailer/truck to safely and efficiently load the Batteries. SIAD does possess equipment and can assist in the loading of the Batteries; Depot employees only to operate Government owned equipment. Contractor is responsible for the securing of the load in the flat-bed trailer/truck. Transporter shall use either a manifest or a bill of lading which fulfills the requirements of Title 13 California Code of Regulations section 1161, to record the shipment of spent lead-acid storage batteries to a person who stores batteries or who uses, reuses, recycles or reclaims the batteries or their components. Contractor is responsible for the handling and shipping requirements during transportation, as referenced in the California Code of Regulations, 22 CCR § 66266.81. The contractor is responsible to comply with the law. As indicated in our QRP Handbook, well close that loop as part of our due diligence. Payment is to be made payable to the following: Sierra Army Depot Attn: QRP Rep 74 C Street Bldg. 60 Herlong, CA 96113 Please include the contract number on the acceptable forms of payment: certified check, money order or company check. Proposals are to be submitted per pound on the following form: SF 114A-C (see attached) Proposals are due by 11am Pacific Standard Time on Thursday April 26, 2018. Proposals shall be submitted electronically via email to starla.a.roberts.civ@mail.mil. Questions shall be submitted to Starla Roberts via email or by phone at 530-827-5126, no later than Monday April 23, 2018. Financial Terms 1. Contractor shall pay all freight costs. 2.Contractor is responsible for all shipping losses. 3.The contractor shall provide payment in one of the accepted formats within 7 business days of each removal. Certified Check/Money order or Company check shall be made payable to Sierra Army Depot. This is an All or Nothing sale. You are cautioned to propose only if you are prepared to pay for and remove in accordance with the terms and conditions of this sale. Batteries awarded to you as the high offeror are contractually yours and must be paid for and removed within the time period allowed in the contract terms. Failure to do so shall subject you to paying a default fee and you will be barred from future Government sales. The Government reserves the right to terminate this contract for any contractor default. The Government reserves the right to reject unacceptable proposals and reoffer the lots at a later time or during this sale. Please see hours of available pick up: REMOVAL HOURS Material for removal at Sierra Army Depot will be accepted at the Sierra Army Depot Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 380), between 0730 and 1400 hours only, daily except Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Federal holidays. Carriers arriving after 1400 hours will not be accepted until the following work day. ***Pick up will be at the Hazardous Waste Facility (Bldg. 380) during the hours listed above. Removals may be scheduled by contacting Starla Roberts at 530-827-5126. A visitors pass is required to gain access on the depot (please see attached Visitors Request Form). Drivers must submit the form upon arrival at the Pass & ID Department; they will provide the Visitors Request Form upon arrival, and vendors must submit the form to the SIAD POC (Starla) prior to arrival. Depot visitors must provide proof of insurance, vehicle registration and a valid drivers license to the Pass & ID employee. A background check will be performed.

Original Point of Contact

POC Starla A Roberts, Phone: 5308275126

Place of Performance

Address:
74 C Street, Herlong, California, 96113, United States
96113,
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