associated with the collection, recovery, and processing
of precious metals. Navy imaging facilities turn in all
silver or silver-bearing materials to their local Defense
Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO). This
may include scrap film and paper, used fixer, exhausted
silver recovery cartridges, silver sludge, and silver
flakes from electrolytic recovery units.
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cartridges, fittings, control valves, and replacement
parts peculiar to silver recovery equipment, should be
coordinated with your local DRMO. Personnel in
DRMO will assist you in obtaining recovery equipment
effectiveness of your current silver recovery operation.
Arrangements can then be made for a facility survey to
determine the specific requirements for on-site recovery
cartridges, and silver sludge or flake is subject to
security requirements outlined by local authority. As a
Bulky silver-bearing material, such as fixer and scrap
film and paper, should be stored in a locked room.
weigher in the presence of a disinterested person and
the initials of both persons should appear on the weight
or inventory documentation.
select group of personnel. Their names should be
posted on an access list that is kept current, limited to
people with a "need to know," and posted inside the
entrance. Visitors with a "need to know" who are
granted access be accompanied by an individual on the
access list and be required to sign a register. Personnel
on the access list do not require a security clearance.
of "condition of entry" by signs located inside the
entrance to the storage area.
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