registrant, the manufacturer is the only person allowed to affix a label to a package intended for
distribution or sale. A SDR/ROD will be submitted to the appropriate DLA Supply Center.
4. If the pesticide is determined to be sufficiently toxic to justify storage in a designated
poison storage area (i.e., FIFRA categories I, II, or III), the pesticide will be temporarily stored in
such area pending other disposition. Signs indicating the common name of the pesticide (e.g.,
malathion, etc.) and the appropriate signal word(s) (e.g., "Danger," "Poison," or "Caution") will
be affixed to the exterior of the storage area.
B. When instructed by the manufacturer, the item manager, or the office administering the
contract, via response to the SDR/ROD, to return the pesticide, the package, container, and
overpack will be clearly marked with the following information:
NSN and appropriate MIL-STD 129 markings.
Nomenclature and percentage of active ingredient.
Total quantity (gallons for liquids and pounds for solids).
Date of return to the contractor (month/year).
The phrase "For Return To Manufacturer's Location For Reprocessing."
C. In the event the manufacturer does not respond/concur to the ICP request for relabeling or is
no longer in business, the pesticide will be declared unserviceable and will be placed in supply
condition code H pending receipt of disposition instructions from the item manager. The exterior
of the package or container will be marked as shown in paragraph 3.22B above except "For
Disposal Only" will be substituted for the term "For Return To Manufacturer's Location For
D. Pesticides identified for transfer to the DRMO will be processed in accordance with the
procedures outlined in Title 40 CFR, part 165, Regulations for the Acceptance of Certain
Pesticides and Recommended Procedures for the Disposal and Storage of Pesticides and
Pesticide Containers; DoD 4160.21- M, Defense Materiel Disposition Manual; and DRMS-M
6050.1, Environmental Compliance for the DRMS Hazardous Property Program.
E. If inspection discloses that a container or package of pesticides is leaking due to damage in
transit, that package will automatically classify, under RCRA, as a waste pesticide. Such
3.23 Pilferable or Security Material. Highly pilferable or security material will be processed
in accordance with component directives addressed to the subject.
3.24 Inspection of Compressed Gases in Cylinders. Inspection of compressed gases in
cylinders will be performed in accordance with the procedures contained in section 4, DLAR
4145.25/AR-700-68/ NAVSUPINST 4440.128/MCO 10330.2/AFR 67-12, Storage and Handling
of Compressed Gases in Cylinders and Compressed Gas Association Pamphlet P-1-1965 (29