As prescribed in 5323.804-90, include AFFARS clause 5352.223-9000 in all solicitations and contracts/orders unless the requiring activity obtains the approval IAW paragraph 5323.803(a). If approval is obtained, the contracting officer must instead use FAR clause 52.223-11.
Requiring activities must obtain approval in accordance with AFI 32-7086, Hazardous Materials Management, Chapter 3, before a specification or standard that requires the use of a class I ozone-depleting substance (ODS), or that can be met only through the use of an ODS, is authorized in any solicitation or contract/order.
ELIMINATION OF USE OF CLASS I OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCES (ODS) (NOV 2012)
(a) Contractors shall not:
(1) Provide any service or product with any specification, standard, drawing, or other document that requires the use of a Class I ODS in the test, operation, or maintenance of any system, subsystem, item, component, or process; or
(2) Provide any specification, standard, drawing, or other document that establishes a test, operation, or maintenance requirement that can only be met by use of a Class I ODS as part of this contract/order.
[Note: This prohibition does not apply to manufacturing.]
(b) For the purposes of Air Force policy, the following products that are pure (i.e., they meet the relevant product specification identified in AFI 32-7086) are Class I ODSs:
(1) Halons: 1011, 1202, 1211, 1301, and 2402;
(2) Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs): CFC-11, CFC-12, CFC-13, CFC-111, CFC-112, CFC-113, CFC-114, CFC-115, CFC-211, CFC-212, CFC-213, CFC-214, CFC-215, CFC-216, and CFC-217, and the blends R-500, R-501, R-502, and R-503; and
(3) Carbon Tetrachloride, Methyl Chloroform, and Methyl Bromide.
[NOTE: Material that uses one or more of these Class I ODSs as minor constituents do not meet the Air Force definition of a Class I ODS.]
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