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The direct link between our customers and the DLA Disposition Services. The DSR is the first contact for turn-in customers and are there to help with your disposal needs. They provide customer service via phone, email, in person, and can make disposal decisions at the turn-in customer’s activity location.
 

DLA Disposition Services manages the disposal of hazardous property for DoD activities. Hazardous property is handled according to the same priorities as other property: reutilization within DoD, transfer to other federal agencies, donations to qualified state and nonprofit organizations, and sale to the public including recyclers.   This process maximizes the use of each item and minimizes the environmental risks and the costs associated with disposal. Sites provide safe, temporary storage of hazardous property during the disposal cycle.
 

Note: This does not include hazardous property.
 


a. Scrap property is defined as that material that has no value except for its basic material content.

b. Scrap segregation at the generator’s location is mandatory to keep the cost of handling scrap property to a minimum, and to enhance the value of the scrap (commingled scrap reduces/destroys the value of the basic material content).

The Site is available to furnish scrap segregation guidance and, when possible, containers for scrap segregation.

c. If scrap proceeds are to be deposited to other than the DLA Disposition Services Defense Working Capital Fund (DWCF) account, the reimbursement data must include the installation

QRP account number.

d. The turn-in document (DD Form 1348-1A) for scrap will include:

      (1) The basic material content.

      (2) Estimated weight.

      (3) Reimbursement data, if applicable.

      (4) Precious metals indicator code, if applicable.

e. MLI requiring DEMIL may not be turned in as scrap.
 

DLA Disposition Services pays for the transportation for DoD customers.  Federal Agencies and Donees will arrange transportation prior to picking up property.


The RCP concept offers excess and surplus property for reuse within the government and for sale to the DLA Disposition Services sales partner, Government Liquidation, after screening. It includes almost all Federal Supply Classes (FSCs), such as: electrical and electronic hardware, industrial parts and supplies, aircraft parts, clothing and textiles, construction materials and much more. 

DEMIL-Required items

Critical FSG/FSC items, and FSCAP items generated at RCP sites will be turned into the co-located/ servicing site to ensure hazardous items, property qualifying for demanufacturing, etc. (those items identified in paragraphs 4a-d, above) are not shipped to the designated DEMIL Center.

Schedule Appointment

Property being delivered to any Site must be scheduled. Open Sites are responsible to schedule their own appointments To schedule a turn in for a Site you will need the following information: 

Schedule Property Turn-in
 

Private companies and individual customers compete for property by participating in property sales which are ongoing.  Usually a sale is for one broad category of property. Property is sold by local open or sealed bid auction, national sealed bid auction, or by negotiated sales when appropriate (e.g., with high-value items).
For more details, please view the Public Sales Offerings page. For this site specific sales information, call the telephone number under sales.
 

Objective: This process will mitigate the release of unauthorized property to the public that is received via LSN or processed in a batchlot

• The Controlled Property Branch (CPB) is one process for the resolution for

100% item review of batchlots and LSNs not cleared for release from hub locations

• Six designated sites will receive specified LSNs and batchlots

• All property will be reviewed and researched at the center

• After review/research, the property will go through the appropriate disposition channel

 

 

Centralized Demilitarization Division

Any direct shipments to a DEMIL Center from a generator must be coordinated and approved by the DEMIL Center prior to those shipments being arranged. Any requests from generators for the turn-in and disposal of weapons will be coordinated through DRMS-TSD.

DEMIL E items that do not require demilitarization in CONUS will not be shipped to the DEMIL Center unless the item is a critical FSG/FSC requiring mutilation.

DEMIL F Instructions for property must be forwarded with the property.

Forward copies of current letters of personnel authorized to certify and verify inert certifications to the DEMIL Center. Insure that the generator letters with sample signatures are kept current at all times. NOTE: The two-man rule now applies for signatures as denoted in DOD Demilitarization Program Bulletin Number 99-005 (Change to DOD 4160.21M, Chapter 4, paragraph B3).

DEMIL-Required items, critical FSG/FSC items, and FSCAP items generated at RCP sites will be turned into the co-located/ servicing Disposition Services' site to ensure hazardous items, property qualifying for demanufacturing, etc. (those items identified in paragraphs 4a-d, above) are not shipped to the designated DEMIL Center.