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Scrap Brass Casings
|Closing Date:||25-February-2011 @ 12:30 p.m. EASTERN TIME|
Scrap Brass, Small Caliber
- Weights do not include wooden pallet
1 @ 900 kg
1@ 975 kg
GCSURPLUS LANGLEY SALES CENTRE
5370 - 271 STREET
LANGLEY , BC V4W3Y7
|GCSurplus Sales Rep:||
The Purchaser agrees to make any payment requested by the Minister
within 5 calendar days from the date of such request and prior to removal of any of the property.
|Removal:||The Purchaser, upon acceptance of this offer by the Minister and after payment in full has been received by the Minister, shall at his expense, pack, load and remove the property by the date indicated on the Bill of Sale or, if no date is shown, within 5 calendar days after the date the Bill of Sale is issued.|
This sale is subject to all of the clauses outlined in the GCSurplus
General Terms and Conditions A, unless otherwise stated.
The Purchaser must also pay particular attention to the following clauses.
The following clauses shall be included on the bill of sale, which the purchaser shall sign, prior to the release of the controlled goods to the purchaser:
A. I acknowledge that the controlled goods indicated on the bill of sales are subject to the Defence Production Act (DPA) and the Controlled Goods Regulations (CGR), that the exportation of these goods is subject to the controls of the Export and Import Permit Act (IEPA), and that any controlled goods of U.S.-origin are subject to the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Should I choose to transfer U.S. origin controlled goods to a third party within or outside of Canada, I must seek the prior approval to do so from U.S. authorities. I understand that exports from Canada require the prior approval of the export controls division of the canadian Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, except for most exports to the U.S.A.
B. I understand the controls imposed on these assets remain in effect until they are totally destroyed by cutting, crushing, smelting or other means that renders them unusable for their originally intended purpose(s). In the event the assets are destroyed, I shall maintain a record that details the destruction process and who destroyed them for a period of at least five (5) years for audit purposes.
C. I agree that should I dispose of the controlled goods assets in Canada, I shall bind the person I will dispose to by those same terms and conditions by providing that person with a copy of the above clauses, obtain the signature of that person and keep a copy on my file for a period of at least five (5) years for audit purposes.
D. I acknowledge that my failure to adhere to these restrictions may result in criminal prosecution, fines and imprisonment.
Prior to the release of assets to successful canadian bidders, they are required to be registered under canada's "controlled goods program" (CGP). Proof of your CGP license shall be required in order to complete the sale. If you are not already registered to the program, details regarding the registration process are available at PWGSC's website at http://www.cgp.gc.ca/cgdweb/text/registration/reg_e.htm or by phone at 1-866-333-2477.
The materials listed may contain items of an explosive or inflammable nature. The purchaser shall accept full responsibility for damage to property, personal injuries or loss of life that may result from handling or processing, and shall indemnify and save harmless the crown from and against all claims or demands in respect of such injuries or loss.
1. The purchaser certifies that its methods of removal , processing and disposal or export from Canada, as well as the equipment used therefore, will be in conformity at all times with Canadian legislation concerning environmental protection enacted by municipal, regional, provincial and federal authorities. The purchaser undertakes moreover to comply with such legislation.
2. In the case of hazardous electronics destined for disposal or recycling, the purchaser certifies that it meets the conditions of "export" under the Export and Import of Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Recyclable Material Regulations made pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.
3. The purchaser acknowledges that Canada is a party to the Basel Convention and that Canada implements the terms of these international obligations through the Export and Import of Hazardous Waste and Hazardous Recyclable Material Regulations made pursuant to the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999. As a result, the purchaser hereby certifies that electronics bought from Her Majesty will not be exported to China for the purpose of recycling or disposal.
Viewing by appointment only, please contact Garett Mayers 604-502-5827, email Garett.Mayers@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Pick up times Monday to Friday 8:00am - 3:30pm, except on holidays.