C. Each drum will be marked with the PSN and the name and address of the consignee. The
drum will be marked "Salvage Drum".
D. Each drum will be properly labeled for the material it contains.
E. The shipper will prepare shipping papers in accordance with Title 49 CFR, Part 172, Subpart
C. For hazardous wastes the shipping paper will be a Hazardous Waste Manifest.
SECTION V. PACKAGING QUALITY CONTROL
6.16 General. Minimum quality control procedures applicable to installation functions shall
incorporate additional sampling procedures designed to ensure that:
A. Incompatible hazardous materials are not co-mingled during the packaging process.
B. UN specification containers are authorized for the commodity being packaged.
C. Leaking containers are not packaged and prepared for shipment.
D. Leaking containers are properly overpacked and disposal action initiated.
E. Containers are not marked as meeting UN specifications unless they do.
F. Improperly packaged material is not offered for shipment.
G. Labels on outer containers represent mixed packages of hazardous materials when
H. Labels on containers are consistent with the hazard class of the material.
I. Color and/or size of labels meet the standards of Title 49 CFR, section 172.407.
J. Commodity descriptions, or PSNs, are marked on containers.
K. Containers shipped under DOT exemptions reflect the DOT exemption number on the outer
L. Combination packages having inner packagings containing liquid hazardous materials are
marked with package orientation markings (UP ARROWS).
M. Reconditioned drums are properly marked.
N. MIL-STD-129 and the applicable modal regulation's marking requirements are met.