DHEC Form 2558 "Project Sponsor's '"american Iron and Steel'" Certification for Direct Equipment/Material Purchases" - South Carolina

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Bureau of Water – State Revolving Fund Program
Project Sponsor’s “American Iron And Steel” Certification
for Direct Equipment/Material Purchases
SRF Project Number: _______________________
Project Name: _______________________________________________________________________
Project Sponsor: ____________________________________________________________________
With respect to the “American Iron and Steel” provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014
under Section 436, I certify to the best of my knowledge and belief that:
1. Identification of American-made Iron and Steel: Consistent with the provision of the Appropriations
Act
Section
436,
the
Project
Sponsor
certifies
that
the
direct
purchase
of
______________________________________________(identify purchased equipment or material)
reflects the Project Sponsor’s best, good faith effort to identify domestic sources of iron and steel
products for every product contained in the direct purchase solicitation where such American-made
components are available on the schedule and consistent with the deadlines prescribed in or
required by the direct purchase solicitation.
2. Verification of U. S. Production: The Project Sponsor certifies that all covered products contained in
the direct purchase solicitation that are American-made have been so identified.
3. Documentation Regarding Non-American made Iron and Steel: The Project Sponsor certifies that for
any product or products that are not American-made and are so identified in this direct purchase, the
Project Sponsor has included in or attached to this certification one or both of the following, as
applicable:
a. Identification of and citation to a categorical waiver published by the U. S. Environmental
Protection Agency in the Federal Register that is applicable to such product or products, and
an analysis that supports its applicability to the product or products;
b. Verifiable documentation that the Project Sponsor has sought to secure American-made
components but has determined that such products are not available on the schedule and
consistent with the deadlines prescribed in the direct purchase solicitation.
4. Information and Detailed Justification Regarding Non-American-made Iron and Steel: The Project
Sponsor certifies that for any such product or products that are not so available, the Project Sponsor
has also provided or attached to this certification information, including but not limited to the verifiable
documentation and a full description of the Project Sponsor’s efforts to secure any such American-
made product or products, that the Project Sponsor believes are sufficient to provide and as far as
possible constitute the detailed justification required for a waiver under “American Iron and Steel”
provisions with respect to such product or products. The Project Sponsor further agrees to request
and, as applicable, implement the terms of a waiver with respect to any such product or products.
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SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
Bureau of Water – State Revolving Fund Program
Project Sponsor’s “American Iron And Steel” Certification
for Direct Equipment/Material Purchases
SRF Project Number: _______________________
Project Name: _______________________________________________________________________
Project Sponsor: ____________________________________________________________________
With respect to the “American Iron and Steel” provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014
under Section 436, I certify to the best of my knowledge and belief that:
1. Identification of American-made Iron and Steel: Consistent with the provision of the Appropriations
Act
Section
436,
the
Project
Sponsor
certifies
that
the
direct
purchase
of
______________________________________________(identify purchased equipment or material)
reflects the Project Sponsor’s best, good faith effort to identify domestic sources of iron and steel
products for every product contained in the direct purchase solicitation where such American-made
components are available on the schedule and consistent with the deadlines prescribed in or
required by the direct purchase solicitation.
2. Verification of U. S. Production: The Project Sponsor certifies that all covered products contained in
the direct purchase solicitation that are American-made have been so identified.
3. Documentation Regarding Non-American made Iron and Steel: The Project Sponsor certifies that for
any product or products that are not American-made and are so identified in this direct purchase, the
Project Sponsor has included in or attached to this certification one or both of the following, as
applicable:
a. Identification of and citation to a categorical waiver published by the U. S. Environmental
Protection Agency in the Federal Register that is applicable to such product or products, and
an analysis that supports its applicability to the product or products;
b. Verifiable documentation that the Project Sponsor has sought to secure American-made
components but has determined that such products are not available on the schedule and
consistent with the deadlines prescribed in the direct purchase solicitation.
4. Information and Detailed Justification Regarding Non-American-made Iron and Steel: The Project
Sponsor certifies that for any such product or products that are not so available, the Project Sponsor
has also provided or attached to this certification information, including but not limited to the verifiable
documentation and a full description of the Project Sponsor’s efforts to secure any such American-
made product or products, that the Project Sponsor believes are sufficient to provide and as far as
possible constitute the detailed justification required for a waiver under “American Iron and Steel”
provisions with respect to such product or products. The Project Sponsor further agrees to request
and, as applicable, implement the terms of a waiver with respect to any such product or products.
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SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
I understand that a false statement on this certification may be grounds for rejection or termination of
any award.
Signature of Project Sponsor’s Representative
Date
Typed Name and Title of Project Sponsor’s Representative
Project Sponsor’s Representative’s Telephone Number
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING
PROJECT SPONSOR’S “AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL” CERTIFICATION
FOR DIRECT EQUIPMENT/MATERIAL PURCHASES
PURPOSE: The purpose of the Project Sponsor’s “American Iron and Steel” Certification for Direct
Equipment/Material Purchases is to certify that, as required by Section 436 of the Consolidated
Appropriations Act, 2014, all of the iron and steel products used in the referenced State Revolving Fund
(SRF) project are produced in the United States unless a waiver is granted by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency.
GENERAL INFORMATION: “Iron and steel” products means the following products made primarily of
iron or steel: lined or unlined pipes and fittings, manhole covers and other municipal castings, hydrants,
tanks, flanges, pipe clamps and restraints, valves, structural steel, reinforced precise concrete and
construction materials. Additional information, including any published waivers, is posted on the EPA
Website, http://water.epa.gov/grants_funding/aisrequirement.cfm.
Sponsors of an SRF projects funded after January 17, 2014 and prior to October 1, 2014 that make a
direct purchase of any equipment or materials as part of the project must complete this form, unless
complete plans and specifications were approved by January 17, 2014.
INSTRUCTIONS: Provide the project name, SRF project number, and project sponsor name (utility,
town, etc).
Certify compliance with the “American Iron and Steel” Requirements by signing the form and including
the date, typed name and title of the Project Sponsor’s representative, name of Project Sponsor, Project
Sponsor’s address and Project Sponsor’s telephone number.
DHEC REVIEW AND FILING: The Bureau of Water will use the above referenced form to document
Project Sponsor’s compliance with American Iron and Steel Provision for direct equipment/material
purchases. The form will be kept in the SRF Procurement file of the project name listed on the form.
Under retention schedule 15795 the Project Sponsor’s “American Iron and Steel” Certification for Direct
Equipment/Material Purchases will be retained in the SRF project record for three years following the
final disbursement to the project.
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