Supply and Delivery of Ferric Sulphate, Sodium Di-Hydrogen Orthophosphate (or Mono Sodium Orthophosphate), Aluminium Sulphate and Ferral (or equivalent).
Supply and delivery of Ferric Sulphate.
Supply and delivery of Sodium Di-Hydrogen Orthophosphate (or Mono Sodium Orthophosphate).
Supply and delivery of Aluminium Sulphate.
Supply and delivery of Ferral (or equivalent).
For the Provision to Supply Chemicals with Technical Support covering Direct Brass and Nickel Additives for Coin Blank Plating.
The supply of a range of 3 chemical products including technical support to cover direct brass plating and nickel additives for coin blank production.
Hartlepool Borough Council is seeking expressions of interest from suitable providers (including small and medium sized enterprises, voluntary and community sector and similar organisations) to provide a community based specialist Substance Misuse Service for children and young people at risk of/or dependency on organic, chemical substances or alcohol.
The service will be delivered through locality teams that are being developed as part of the Hartlepool Early Intervention Strategy and will be available to children and young people aged 9 to 18 and their families. It is expected that the successful service provider will place a substance misuse specialist in each of the three locality teams, providing direct interventions to young people; support and advice to families; as well as providing expert advice to fellow team members.
The needs assessment for Hartlepool published in 2010/11 identified that alcohol is the substance of choice for young people in Hartlepool with rising concerns regarding the use of cannabis. The service provider will work on these issues as a priority whilst providing expertise, interventions and practical advice across the substance misuse field.
The successful service provider will be able to evidence a clear knowledge and understanding of legislation and guidance in the field of children and young people’s substance misuse.
It is anticipated that the service will commence on 5 May 2012 for a period of
Twenty-three months with the possibility of an extension for a further two, twelve month periods, subject to funding and satisfactory performance. The estimated cost of the service will be £200,000 per annum.
Prospective providers must demonstrate experience of and commitment to, providing a high quality, cost effective service.