Health & Safety

January 23, 2014

Free issue and household hazardous materials

355th Logistics Readiness Squadron

The Hazmart here has a Free Issue storage area.

Shops can return excess new and serviceable hazardous materials to Hazmart. These returned items have already been paid for and are available to shops that have a need and are authorized to use them.

D-M personnel are encouraged to make use of the Free Issue storage area. Even though shops are not charged for the hazardous materials, the Hazmart asks that shops order the minimum amount of materials needed to do the job to avoid wasting materials.

The Hazmart also manages the Household Hazardous Materials storage area.

This program was established so that personnel who are completing a permanent change of station, or just no longer need new or partially used household hazardous materials, such as bleach, chlorine tablets, oils or cleaning supplies, can bring them to the Hazmart.

All items will be checked for serviceability and made available to base personnel at no cost, on a first-come first-serve basis.

For more information, call 228-5588 or visit building 5227.




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