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Electronics Recycling

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000427258

Bid Title: Electronics Recycling

Agency Bid No. Title: 5400010364

Received Date: 12/01/2015

Close Date: 12/22/2015

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Columbia, South Carolina

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 12/03/2015 05:00 PM, Bidder Preregistration


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The Contractor shall possess e-Stewards certification in order to be eligible for award, and shall maintain e-Stewards certification throughout the life of this contract.The Contractor shall manage resale/recycling/destruction of the material in accordance with Mandatory Hierarchy of Management Methods outlined in this solicitation.The contractor must provide an online solution for pick-up requests and confirmation/scheduling of pick-ups.The Contractor shall coordinate with the Using Governmental Unit prior to equipment pick-up regarding confirmation of day, time, and location of the pickup, as well as loading and packing requirements.The Contractor must confirm and schedule a pick-up within 7 days of the Using Governmental Units request and perform the pick-up within 21 days of the Using Governmental Units request.The Contractor shall pick up surplus electronic equipment during normal working hours, Monday through Friday, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.The Contractor must provide all packing supplies, equipment, transportation documentation, forms and labels necessary for legal transport and in accordance with the requirements herein. Sorting, Labeling, Packing, Palletizing, Loading and Transport (pallets, gaylords, boxes, packing, etc.) will be provided solely by the Contractor.The Contractor shall inspect each item prior to Transfer of Responsibility to ensure the item is packaged and labeled correctly before leaving the Using Governmental Units location.The Contractor must be able to provide its services to accommodate various UGU locations and requirements. (Some UGU locations will not have loading docks available, so trucks with lift gates or forklifts may be required for pickup at these sites).All required paperwork will be completed by the Contractor prior to loading of material. Both the Contractor Representative and UGU representative must sign the Transfer of Responsibility form prior to loading.Weighing of material with certified scales is allowed post transfer of responsibility (at the Offerors location), in accordance with e-stewards guidelines.The Contractor shall issue payment by check directly to the UGU or invoice the UGU directly within 30 days of pick up.The Contractor shall adhere to all reporting requirements (See Reporting Requirements).If the Contractor discovers data was not sanitized, the contractor must notify the UGU immediately.The Contractor shall be held responsible for compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, to include safe work practices. All services, material, equipment and supplies provided by the Contractor to UGU must comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and standards of the states and counties through which materials are transported, treated, stored, recycled and managed.The Contractor shall be solely responsible for the health and safety of its employees and subcontractors employees in connection with the contract services performed in accordance with this contract. The Contractor is to provide its employees with necessary personal protective equipment as required by law and prescribed by common sense.The Contractor shall understand the risks presented to persons, property and the environment in the handling, transportation, storage, reuse, de-manufacturing, recycling and management of materials hazardous and non-hazardous and wastes pursuant to this contract.The Contractor shall ensure that all of the Contractors employees, including those of all subcontractors, have received all of the training and monitoring required to legally, properly, and safely perform the contracted services in accordance with this contract.The Contractor shall at all times maintain strict discipline and good order and enforce strict discipline and good order among its employees while the employees are at the UGU locations.The Contractor shall confine operations at the site in agreement with UGU and if needed, to areas permitted by Federal, State, and Local law, ordinances, and/or permits and shall not encumber the site with any materials or equipment.The Contractor shall at all times keep the UGU premises free from trash, accumulation of materials or rubbish caused by the Contractors operations.The Contractor shall inform the State in writing of any error, omission, tort or other negligent act, error or omission, of the contractor, its officials, employees, agents, subcontractor(s) or sub-subcontractor(s) at any level while providing services for this contract within 24 hours of the incident.The Contractor warrants to the State that all services furnished under this contract are in conformance with contract documents that are submitted to the State and UGU.The Contractor shall comply with all Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) and State DOT laws, and regulations when the surplus electronic equipment is transported in the State or outside the State of South Carolina. If the surplus electronic equipment is transported out of state, the shipment must comply with the laws, and regulations of all states the shipment passes through.

Product Code: 92677

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of South Carolina - Office of Materials Management

State: South Carolina

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: MICHAEL DALTON, Div. of Procurement Services 1201 Main St., Suite 600, PO Box 101103, Columbia, South Carolina, 29201

Phone: 803-737-4494



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