There is approximately $950,000 available under the Queensland Reef Water Quality Program’s Innovation Fund to support the development and validation of the next set of practices or technologies that will help reduce nutrient and sediment runoff impacting the Great Barrier Reef, while maintaining or improving farm profitability and productivity
Science indicates that even if every farmer adopted current best practices, water quality targets might still not be met in all catchments. The focus of this stream of research is intentionally broad, to enable consideration of project proposals for trials of innovative farming practices; cutting edge approaches to ecosystem repair; or the development and trialling of new tools and technologies that will enable greater farming precision as well as improved water quality runoff into the Great Barrier Reef.
Proponents must be able to deliver the project in a Great Barrier Reef catchment as well as offer matched funding (in-kind or cash) equivalent to the Queensland Government’s contribution. The maximum timeframe for funding is up to June 2020 by which time the project should be completed.
The EOI is open to all individuals and groups, including but not limited to private industry, community groups and organisations, government organisations, natural resource management (NRM) regional bodies, universities, land care groups, producer networks, agribusiness and commercial groups servicing agricultural industries, including grazing, sugarcane, grain, banana or horticulture industries.
Building Based Day Services for the following: Older People/Dementia; Mental Health; Drug and Alcohol; Physical Disability and Transitions.
The Council wishes to offer clients a service where clients can attend a dedicated day care facility that is specifically set up for such purpose at a location at which the clients are provided with support, care and activities both indoor and outdoor. Such outdoor activities may include, horticulture, farming or other outdoor activities. Services may be required 24/7, may be a whole or half day, or offer a meeting point providing ‘drop-in’ for clients at times of their choosing, or certain activities or sessions. The framework will cover: Learning Disabilities; Older People/Dementia; Mental Health; Drug and Alcohol; Physical Disability and Transitions.
EBRD and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) are working closely together to finance the 50 MW Tsetsii Wind Farm in Mongolia, located approximately 542 km to the south of Ulaanbaatar in the Gobi desert. Tsetsii Wind Farm Project is being developed together by the Mongolian Newcom Group and Japanese SB Energy Corp. The Project will have a positive benefit through the displacement of greenhouse gas emissions produced through coal-fired plants in Ulaanbaatar.
The Tsetsii Wind Farm project is expected to be completed in late 2017. A fundamental pre-requirement for the Project is, however the completion of the extension of the Tavantolgoi substation. This substation will connect the Tsetsii Wind Farm to grid of the Central Energy System of Mongolia.
The National Power Transmission Grid Company (NPTG) owns and operates the substation and would be responsible for its extension. The NPTG intends to apply Japanese funds to bridge this funding gap and facilitate the connection and finally indirectly also the construction of Tsetsii Wind Farm.
The proposed project will require the procurement of the following goods, works and services:
Tendering for the above Contract is expected to commence during Q3 2016
Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan from the Bank will be subject to the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.
Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:
Head of Project & Programme Department
Mongolian consulting engineer
Chinggis Avenue-45, Ulaanbaatar-210136, Mongolia
Tel: (976) 70045999 Fax: (976) 70043287 Mobile: (976) 99116632
Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: Suppliers on permanent list or able to meet qualification requirements Competitive Procurement Strategy: Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: Tank Farm Decommission EB144-172811/A MacDonald (PWA), Isabelle Telephone No. - (902) 496-5025 ( ) Fax No. - (902) 496-5016 ( ) This requirement is open only to invited suppliers under the Heavy Civil Engineer Supply Arrangement E0225-141687 who qualified under Structural Engineering in the geographic region of Nova Scotia. The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal: Stantec Consulting Norda Stelo Valron Structural Engineers JOMA Engineering Group PWGSC,on behalf of Environment Canada is seeking proposals from Consultants to develop the design and specifications for the tank farm demolition and removal for 9 previously cleaned hydrocarbon storage tanks located on Sable Island, NS. Contracting Authority: Isabelle MacDonald Isabelle.email@example.com Telephone: 902-496-5025 Note: The Heavy Civil Engineering Supply Arrangement is subject to an annual refresh. If you wish to become a Qualified SA Holder, please contact Kathie Taylor at Kathie.firstname.lastname@example.org Delivery Date: Above-mentioned The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.