Quantcast Collection of Waste

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All notices of unsatisfactory conditions or services will be issued in writing
to the contractor by the installation contracting officer.  The contracting
officer will have access at any and all times to the contractor's equipment,
materials, supplies, assigned areas, and sites of operations for inspection
purposes.
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Collection of Waste.
(1) Points of Collection.  The points of collection (collection
stations and units) for pickup of waste by the contractor will
be as shown on the accompanying plans.  Any increase or decrease
in the number of points that exceed (number) will be cause for
adjusting contract cost.  The government will designate
collection stations, provide numbered markers as required for
identification with the plans and, where necessary, provide
pads, stands, or other suitable structures for assembling and
storing wastes for pickup by the contractor.
(2) Frequency of Collections.
The frequency of collections will
be as follows:
Locations
Collections per Week
(list locations)
(indicate number)
(3) Schedule of Operation.  After the contract has been awarded and
before work begins, the contractor will establish a schedule of
proposed operations.  This schedule will govern the days, and
time of day, collections will be made.  The schedule will be
subject to change, provided the proposed modification contrib-
utes toward a more satisfactory service.  In addition, the
schedule and modification thereof will meet the contracting
officer's approval.
(4) Additional Equipment or Work Time Required.  The contractor
will execute the collection and disposal operations in order
to provide minimum delay or divergence from the schedule.
(5) Abnormal Quantities of Waste.  Excess waste or wastes beyond the
normal daily quantity resulting from holidays or recognized
customs shall be disposed of by the contractor at no additional
cost to the government.  The contractor will employ additional
equipment or make additional trips, if necessary, to adequately
dispose of extra waste.  This shall be accomplished with minimum
interference of regular collection schedules.
(6) Hours of Operation.  The contractor will confine his operations
to daylight hours commencing not earlier than (time) and
continuing not later than (time), unless otherwise approved by
the contracting officer.  When unusual conditions require
deviations the contractor will, upon approval of the contracting
officer, perform his services at no additional cost to the
government.
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