b. Double check that the hazardous property
container is marked with the NSN and chemical name.
c. Check with your local DRMO people to make
sure that they can take your hazardous property.
There are many different reasons why the DRMO
might not be able to receive your property. The most
common is that their hazardous property storage area
is full and until the area is cleared they cannot accept
any more hazardous waste.
For additional information on managing hazardous
materials and hazardous waste, check out AR 420-47
and AR 700-141.