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What is the precious Metals recovery Program designed to do?
It is designed to save DOD money by recycling precious metals, and using funds to offset cost of supplies for DOD activities.
Who has overall management responsibility for the Precious metal Recovery Program?
The Defense Logisitcs Agency (DLA).
Who is the DLA coordinator for all programs associated with the collection, recovery, and processing of precious metals?
The Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS-OCP).
What are the Precious Metals included in the Recovery Program?
Silver, Gold, Platinum, and the Platinum family of noble metals( Palladium, Iridium, Rhodium, Osmium, and Ruthenium).
What is DRMS responsible for?
Procurement, major maintenance, and repair of recovery equipment.
Who Coordinates the PMRP for the Navy?
The Naval Supply Systems Command (COMNAVSUPSYSCOM).
Who is designated to be the PMRP coordinator for BUMED?
The Naval medical Logistics Command (NAVMEDLOGCOM).
What does goal number 1 of the 7 environmental goals for the Department of the Navy state?
Promote an environmental protection and natural resources stewardship ethic within the Navy workforce.
Who is required to participate in the PMRP?
All Naval Medical Department activities generating precious metals excesses and waste byproducts.
What is the first 3 steps a Naval Medical Department activities participating in the PMRP must do?
1- apoint in writing a PMRP coordinator to implement, monitor, and coordinate a formal PMRP.
2- Submit a quarterly Recovery of Precious Metals Report by last day of the month following end of each fiscal year.
3- collect all excess precious metal items for turn in to DRMO.
What are the 4, 5 6, and 7th step a Naval Medical Department activities participating in the PMRP must do?
4- Operate and maintain assigned PMR equipment.
5- ensure all personnel are trained in the operation of recovery equipment.
6- establish and maintain records of silver test paper results, and dates of chemical recovery cartridge.
7- provide security for the recovery equipment.
What are steps 8, 9, 10, 11,12 and 13 needed to be taken by those participating in the PMRP?
8- establish a PMRP audit board to review semiannually, the internal control procedures for precious metals.
9- Account for and turn in precious metal bearing items to DRMO.
10- Request PMRP supplies from DRMS-RPE
11- maintain contact with appropraite FSOs
12- maintain records on the PMRP participation of subordinate activities
13- MTFs and DTFs must use their internal resources to install recovery equipment.
Who maintains liason with COMNAVSUPSYSCOM as the BUMED PMRP coordinator and prgram manager?
Who prvides assistance and monitors all MTFs and DTFs reporting requirements and reviews and consolidates their quarterly reports?
The quarterly Recovery and Utilizationof Precious metals Report is approved bythe Chief, BUMED for how many years from the date of this instruction?
3 years.