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Chemical products

Scottish Water | Published December 20, 2016
Chemical products

The provision of Chemical Safe Disposal

Caerphilly County Borough Council | Published January 11, 2017
The provision of Chemical Safe Disposal

Chemical toilets

CORMAC Solutions Ltd | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

The appointed suppliers will be required to supply non operated specialist plant, equipment and self drive commercial vehicles to CORMAC Solutions Ltd, all directorates of Cornwall Council (including their statutory successors and wholly or partially owned organisations), and potentially to other local government bodies. The range of equipment includes (but is not limited to): portable traffic lights, drilling equipment, portable chemical toilets, storage, welfare and accommodation site cabins, tractors, road surfacing equipment, specialist lifting equipment, specialist pumps, self drive vans and commercial vehicles.

The appointed suppliers will be required to supply non operated specialist plant, equipment and self drive commercial vehicles to CORMAC Solutions Ltd, all directorates of Cornwall Council (including their statutory successors and wholly or partially owned organisations), and potentially to other local government bodies, who may at a later date adopt the terms and conditions of this framework agreement. Whilst there is no guaranteed quantity or spend, the estimated value is likely to be in the region of 500 000 GBP per annum. The potential estimated total value is likely to exceed this range of spend if other organisations decide to participate. Mini competitions will be take place for situations where it is economically advantageous. This will include long term hires and specific schemes for contracts work. The range of equipment includes (but is not limited to): portable traffic lights, drilling equipment, portable chemical toilets, storage, welfare and accommodation site cabins, tractors, road surfacing equipment, specialist pumps, specialist lifting equipment, self drive vans and commercial vehicles.

Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PECVD) System

University of Bristol | Published December 29, 2016
Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PECVD) System.

Water-treatment chemicals

Aberdeenshire Council | Published January 13, 2017

Aberdeenshire Council Sport and Physical Activity Service wish to investigate ways in which they can work with a chemical supplier in relation to the provision of Swimming Pool Chemicals.

Aberdeenshire Council Sport and Physical Activity Service wish to investigate ways in which they can work with a chemical provider in relation to the provision of swimming pool chemicals.

Radioactive-, toxic-, medical- and hazardous waste services

Caerphilly County Borough Council | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 14, 2017

The provision of a service for the collection and appropriate disposal/recycling of Chemical and Paint from the Council's Chemical Safes that are located at the Councils Civic Amenity / Household Waste Recycling (CA/HWRC) Sites. The Council intends for the initial contract to be established for a period of 60 months (1.5.2017 to 30.4.2022) with an option to extend for a further period of up to 24 months at intervals to be agreed by the Council.

A service is required for the collection and appropriate disposal of Chemical and Paint from its Chemical Safes that are located at the Councils Civic Amenity/Household Waste Recycling (CA/HWRC) Sites. Further details are set out within the specification requirements contained within the Invitation to Tender document.

Laboratory, optical and precision equipments (excl. glasses)

University of Bristol | Published December 29, 2016  -  Deadline January 30, 2017

We want to acquire a Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PECVD) system. Your proposed System should be able to deposit thin films of silicon oxide, silicon nitride, combinations of both (silicon oxynitride) and also amorphous silicon.

Glass Blowing Lathe

School of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 18, 2017
Queen’s University Belfast wishes to procure a Glass Blowing Lathe for the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering for the purpose of manufacturer of scientific glass wear for research and teaching. 

The proposed Glass Blowing Lathe must be a sturdy construction, reliable and robust. The University will expect the lathe to have a long life expectancy.

This Contract shall be for the supply, delivery, installation, commissioning and maintenance of a Glass Blowing Lathe for the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.

UCAM 001/17 For the provision of Hazardous Waste Collection and Disposal Services

The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017

The University of Cambridge is a complex organisation made up of over one hundred disparate component bodies that include faculties, schools, departments, Institutions and colleges. The bulk of the hazardous chemical waste is produced by the 40 or so scientific departments, which are spread over a wide geographical area in and around Cambridge.

However collections may be required from any University site or college. Some of the departments such as Chemistry produce large volumes of waste (approx. 50 % of the total), have their own dedicated waste stores and require frequent collections. Others such as the Centre for Mathematical Sciences produce only small volumes and are serviced as requested.

The collection and disposal of this chemical waste is currently co-ordinated by the University's Occupational Health and Safety Service through a single contract that expires in 2017. It is the intention of this tender to establish a contract with a single provider to cover all of the University's hazardous chemical waste collection and disposal requirements for a maximum 5 year period.

UCAM 001/17 - For the provision of Hazardous Waste Collection and Disposal Services

Health and Safety Office | Published January 14, 2017  -  Deadline February 13, 2017
The University is a complex organisation made up of over one hundred disparate component bodies that include faculties, schools, departments, Institutions and colleges. The bulk of the hazardous chemical waste is produced by the 40 or so scientific departments, which are spread over a wide geographical area in and around Cambridge. However collections may be required from any University site or college. Some of the departments such as Chemistry produce large volumes of waste (approx. 50% of the total), have their own dedicated waste stores and require frequent collections.  Others such as the Centre for Mathematical Sciences produce only small volumes and are serviced as requested.

The collection and disposal of this chemical waste is currently co-ordinated by the University’s Occupational Health and Safety Service through a single contract that expires in 2017. It is the intention of this tender to establish a contract with a single provider to cover all of the University’s hazardous chemical waste collection and disposal requirements for a maximum 5 year period.

Geotechnical engineering services

Lancashire County Council | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 10, 2017

The work content will relate to Ground investigation (i.e. boreholes / soil sampling and testing / investigation of contaminated or potentially contaminated land / factual and interpretative reporting). This contract will be used to carry out Site investigations for new highway schemes, existing highway maintenance schemes, new LCC buildings including new school developments and potential treatment of mineshafts and shallow mineworkings. The investigation works will comprise hand excavated trial pits, cable percussion boreholes, rotary open hole and core drilling, dynamic probing, environmental probing, road pavement and structural coring. Sampling will be required, together with the production of driller's logs. In addition, although the LCC Laboratory can carry out chemical testing, both geotechnical and chemical testing will be required to be provided by the successful contractors.

The work content will relate to Ground investigation (i.e. boreholes / soil sampling and testing / investigation of contaminated or potentially contaminated land / factual and interpretative reporting). This contract will be used to carry out Site investigations for new highway schemes, existing highway maintenance schemes, new LCC buildings including new school developments and potential treatment of mineshafts and shallow mineworkings. The investigation works will comprise hand excavated trial pits, cable percussion boreholes, rotary open hole and core drilling, dynamic probing, environmental probing, road pavement and structural coring. Sampling will be required, together with the production of driller's logs. In addition, although the LCC Laboratory can carry out chemical testing, both geotechnical and chemical testing will be required to be provided by the successful contractors.

Lot 1 is for work packages under 20 000 GBP.

The work content will relate to Ground investigation (i.e. boreholes / soil sampling and testing / investigation of contaminated or potentially contaminated land / factual and interpretative reporting). This contract will be used to carry out Site investigations for new highway schemes, existing highway maintenance schemes, new LCC buildings including new school developments and potential treatment of mineshafts and shallow mineworkings. The investigation works will comprise hand excavated trial pits, cable percussion boreholes, rotary open hole and core drilling, dynamic probing, environmental probing, road pavement and structural coring. Sampling will be required, together with the production of driller's logs. In addition, although the LCC Laboratory can carry out chemical testing, both geotechnical and chemical testing will be required to be provided by the successful contractors.

Lot 2 is for work packaged over 20 000 GBP.

CON — Damp Proofing and Timber Treatment

Bristol City Council | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline November 30, 2020

Bristol City Council Housing Delivery manages approximately 28,000 properties ranging in construction styles from pre 1900 through to modern day including traditional and non-traditional construction types as well high rise buildings. The repairs and maintenance service require contractors to supply a full service for the survey and installation of chemical damp proof courses and Timber Treatment of various properties within the city boundary.

Laboratory Analysis Tender

Bristol Water plc | Published July 12, 2016  -  Deadline August 4, 2017

Bristol Water is looking to appoint an experienced analytical services provider with an appropriate quality accreditation to analyse approximately 40 000 samples per annum (equating to around 500 000 determinants). This is in order to meet its statutory obligation and operational requirement to monitor the quality of the water it supplies at all stages of treatment and supply. The samples mainly comprise (but are not limited to); potable and process water, surface and underground source water, sludge, waste-water, environmental solids and cryptosporidium filter units for biological, microbiological, physical and chemical determinants.

In general, the service will include as a minimum; sample analysis, electronic communication of test requirements and results (with hard copy reports on request), an out of hours Call Out and fast track analysis service, emergency and incident analysis service, and a comprehensive Contingency Plan to cover the whole service.

UCAM 110/16 - For the provision of Bundle of RIE, ICP-RIE and PE-CVD systems

Department of Engineering | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline February 9, 2017
The University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering provides modern laboratory accommodation and state of the art research facilities. 

Dry etching and film deposition tools are essential for nanomaterial and 2d material research at the Department. These techniques are used extensively in the ongoing efforts within the University of Cambridge in developing the novel nanoelectronic components, on-chip integrated optoelectronic circuits, quantum devices, 2d material related devices, photonic and plasmonic systems.

Reactive Ion Etching (RIE), Inductively Coupled Plasma Reactive Ion Etching (ICP-RIE) and Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (PE-CVD) systems will be the “work horses” and the core of the facility. They will allow the cutting-edge versatile dry processing and growth of a number of materials highly demanded in the Department’s research.

The department requires a bundle of RIE, ICP-RIE and PE-CVD systems more fully described in Section 3 of this tender.

Hazardous Waste Collection & Treatment Services

University of the West of England | Published January 18, 2017  -  Deadline February 21, 2017
The University of the West of England is inviting tenders for the collection and treatment of various types of hazardous wastes. 

The tender will be separated into five different lots:

• Lot 1 – Collection of contaminated laboratory waste, including collection of sharps boxes: regular scheduled collections.
• Lot 2 – Collection of hazardous wastes and chemical smalls: on-request collections.
• Lot 3 – Collection of hazardous WEEE: fridges/freezers.
• Lot 4 – Collection of portable batteries.
• Lot 5 – Collection of fluorescent tubes and compact fluorescent lamps.

It is intended that contract periods shall cover an initial period of three years with the option to extending annually for a further two years. This is subject to satisfactory annual performance reviews of the contracted supplier(s) and the business needs of the University.

Toxic waste disposal services except radioactive waste and contaminated soil

Ministry of Defence, IMOC, Disposal Services Authority (DSA) | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

The Disposal of Hazardous and General Waste, Clinical Waste and Batteries in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

This will include the collection and disposal of hazardous waste and some miscellaneous waste in Great Britain — examples include asbestos, barbed wire, sludge grease, hydrochloric acid, contaminated rags, solvents, and empty chemical containers. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection and disposal of hazardous waste and some miscellaneous waste in Northern Ireland — examples include asbestos, barbed wire, sludge grease, hydrochloric acid, contaminated rags, solvents, and empty chemical containers. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection and disposal of clinical waste in Great Britain, including amalgam waste, x-ray waste, sharps waste and dog waste. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection and disposal of clinical waste, including amalgam waste, x-ray waste, sharps waste and dog waste in Northern Ireland. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

This will include the collection & disposal of lithium, nickel cadmium, alkaline, mercury, lead acid and zinc and zinc carbon batteries in Great Britain. No business whatsoever is guaranteed under any resulting framework agreement or contract, indeed there is no guarantee that any framework agreement or contract will be put in place in relation to this notice. No compensation will be paid if a tender or resulting framework agreement is withdrawn for any reason. Bidders should take part in this process only on the basis that they fully understand and accept this position.

Purchase of a Laser Ablation tool for Specimen Preparation

The University of Manchester | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 23, 2017

Background information on Project:

The vision is firstly, to develop correlative tomography to radically increase the nature and level of information (morphological, structural and chemical) that can be obtained for a 3D volume of interest (VoI) deep within a material or component by coupling non-destructive (3D+time) X-ray tomography with destructive (3D) electron tomography and, secondly to exploit this new approach to shed light on damage accumulation processes arising under demanding conditions. Successful completion of this project will provide new 3D and 4D insights across many areas and yielding key experimental data for multi-scale models.

There has been an emphasis on bringing together 2D imaging techniques on the same surface, or near surface, region of interest. Coined correlative microscopy this approach is now routinely being applied in the life sciences, primarily to bring together light and electron microscopy.

Today there are many methods capable of providing 3D information, either non-destructively or destructively. Non-destructive methods tend to rely on penetrating beams such as X-rays, whereas destructive methods involve progressive material removal and can range from large scale mechanical serial sectioning down to the removal of atoms atom by atom, as in atom probe microscopy. Conventionally, information has been brought together from different samples at different scales statistically to build up a multi-scale picture (e.g. hierarchical pore structures).

Recently the proposer has linked together X-ray and election microscopies to obtain a multidimensional and multi-faceted 3D picture of a selected volume of interest. Calling this approach correlative tomography it promises to radically increase the level of information one can obtain about features of interest.

Precision milling by focused ion beam (FIB) milling has made it possible to excise a region tens of microns in size, identified by X-ray tomography, say for subsequent higher resolution imaging or tomography within the scanning electron microscope, or from serial section SEM tomography for higher resolution electron or atom probe tomography. However, FIB milling is limited to regions tens of microns in dimensions and tens of microns below the surface limiting both the volume that can be examined by electron optical methods and the depth from which it can be excavated. In this respect laser and plasma beam milling offer significant advantages in terms of milling rates and accessible depths and volumes of interest. The proposer's recent experiments suggest that new plasma beam-SEM instruments appear to be a particularly promising prospect opening up volumes of interest hundreds of microns in size for serial sectioning recovered from significant depths.

Project Overview:

This purpose of this grant is to advance the technique of correlative tomography (WPs 1 and 2) and to apply it to a range of exciting scientific problems (WPs 3-4) providing a joined up view of materials behaviour. To achieve this 2 objectives have been set:

Objective 1: Developing the correlative tomography technique.

WP1: To connect platforms across scales and modalities so as to track a VoI located deep below the surface across multiple instruments as well as to combining multiple techniques within a single platform.

WP2: To add new facets to correlative tomography:

— 3D chemical imaging;

— 3D crystal grain mapping the local stress distribution;

— Mechanical performance mapping at the VoI scale.

Objective 2: To apply correlative tomography to gain new insights into damage accumulation mechanisms.

WP3: To identify and track the mechanisms that control the progressive degradation over time and length scales for conventional bulk engineering materials operating under demanding conditions.

WP4: To study the failure behaviour of natural and man-made hierarchical/nano-structured materials.

Purchase of a Laser Ablation tool for Specimen Preparation

The University of Manchester | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017

Background information on Project:

The vision is firstly, to develop correlative tomography to radically increase the nature and level of information (morphological, structural and chemical) that can be obtained for a 3D volume of interest (VoI) deep within a material or component by coupling non-destructive (3D+time) X-ray tomography with destructive (3D) electron tomography and, secondly to exploit this new approach to shed light on damage accumulation processes arising under demanding conditions. Successful completion of this project will provide new 3D and 4D insights across many areas and yielding key experimental data for multi-scale models.

There has been an emphasis on bringing together 2D imaging techniques on the same surface, or near surface, region of interest. Coined correlative microscopy this approach is now routinely being applied in the life sciences, primarily to bring together light and electron microscopy.

Today there are many methods capable of providing 3D information, either non-destructively or destructively. Non-destructive methods tend to rely on penetrating beams such as X-rays, whereas destructive methods involve progressive material removal and can range from large scale mechanical serial sectioning down to the removal of atoms atom by atom, as in atom probe microscopy. Conventionally, information has been brought together from different samples at different scales statistically to build up a multi-scale picture (e.g. hierarchical pore structures).

Recently the proposer has linked together X-ray and election microscopies to obtain a multidimensional and multi-faceted 3D picture of a selected volume of interest. Calling this approach correlative tomography it promises to radically increase the level of information one can obtain about features of interest.

Precision milling by focused ion beam (FIB) milling has made it possible to excise a region tens of microns in size, identified by X-ray tomography, say for subsequent higher resolution imaging or tomography within the scanning electron microscope, or from serial section SEM tomography for higher resolution electron or atom probe tomography. However, FIB milling is limited to regions tens of microns in dimensions and tens of microns below the surface limiting both the volume that can be examined by electron optical methods and the depth from which it can be excavated. In this respect laser and plasma beam milling offer significant advantages in terms of milling rates and accessible depths and volumes of interest. The proposer's recent experiments suggest that new plasma beam-SEM instruments appear to be a particularly promising prospect opening up volumes of interest hundreds of microns in size for serial sectioning recovered from significant depths.

Project Overview:

This purpose of this grant is to advance the technique of correlative tomography (WPs 1 and 2) and to apply it to a range of exciting scientific problems (WPs 3-4) providing a joined up view of materials behaviour. To achieve this 2 objectives have been set:

Objective 1: Developing the correlative tomography technique.

WP1: To connect platforms across scales and modalities so as to track a VoI located deep below the surface across multiple instruments as well as to combining multiple techniques within a single platform.

WP2: To add new facets to correlative tomography:

— 3D chemical imaging;

— 3D crystal grain mapping the local stress distribution;

— Mechanical performance mapping at the VoI scale.

Objective 2: To apply correlative tomography to gain new insights into damage accumulation mechanisms.

WP3: To identify and track the mechanisms that control the progressive degradation over time and length scales for conventional bulk engineering materials operating under demanding conditions.

WP4: To study the failure behaviour of natural and man-made hierarchical/nano-structured materials.

Purchase of a Laser Ablation tool for Specimen Preparation

School of Materials | Published December 21, 2016  -  Deadline January 19, 2017
Background information on Project
The vision is firstly, to develop correlative tomography to radically increase the nature and level of information (morphological, structural and chemical) that can be obtained for a 3D volume of interest (VoI) deep within a material or component by coupling non-destructive (3D+time) X-ray tomography with destructive (3D) electron tomography and, secondly to exploit this new approach to shed light on damage accumulation processes arising under demanding conditions. Successful completion of this project will provide new 3D & 4D insights across many areas & yielding key experimental data for multiscale models.
There has been an emphasis on bringing together 2D imaging techniques on the same surface, or near surface, region of interest. Coined correlative microscopy this approach is now routinely being applied in the life sciences, primarily to bring together light and electron microscopy.
Today there are many methods capable of providing 3D information, either non-destructively or destructively. Non-destructive methods tend to rely on penetrating beams such as X-rays, whereas destructive methods involve progressive material removal and can range from large scale mechanical serial sectioning down to the removal of atoms atom by atom, as in atom probe microscopy. Conventionally, information has been brought together from different samples at different scales statistically to build up a multi-scale picture (e.g. hierarchical pore structures).
Recently the proposer has linked together X-ray and election microscopies to obtain a multidimensional and multi-faceted 3D picture of a selected volume of interest. Calling this approach correlative tomography it promises to radically increase the level of information one can obtain about features of interest.
Precision milling by focused ion beam (FIB) milling has made it possible to excise a region tens of microns in size, identified by X-ray tomography, say for subsequent higher resolution imaging or tomography within the scanning electron microscope, or from serial section SEM tomography for higher resolution electron or atom probe tomography. However, FIB milling is limited to regions tens of microns in dimensions and tens of microns below the surface limiting both the volume that can be examined by electron optical methods and the depth from which it can be excavated. In this respect laser and plasma beam milling offer significant advantages in terms of milling rates and accessible depths and volumes of interest. The proposer’s recent experiments suggest that new plasma beam-SEM instruments appear to be a particularly promising prospect opening up volumes of interest hundreds of microns in size for serial sectioning recovered from significant depths.

Project Overview
This purpose of this grant is to advance the technique of correlative tomography (WPs 1 & 2) and to apply it to a range of exciting scientific problems (WPs 3-4) providing a joined up view of materials behaviour. To achieve this two objectives have been set:
Objective 1: Developing the correlative tomography technique.
WP1: To connect platforms across scales and modalities so as to track a VoI located deep below the surface across multiple instruments as well as to combining multiple techniques within a single platform.
WP2: To add new facets to correlative tomography;
• 3D chemical imaging
• 3D crystal grain mapping the local stress distribution
• mechanical performance mapping at the VoI scale.
Objective 2: To apply correlative tomography to gain new insights into damage accumulation mechanisms.
WP3: To identify and track the mechanisms that control the progressive degradation over time and length scales for conventional bulk engineering materials operating under demanding conditions.
WP4: To study the failure behaviour of natural and manmade hierarchical/nano-structured materials.

WDC-Provision of Cabins for use as polling stations inclusive of generators, outdoor lighting and toilets

Warwick District Council (WDC) | Published January 5, 2017  -  Deadline February 7, 2017

Provision of Cabins for use as polling stations inclusive of generators, outdoor lighting and toilets

Purpose

To deliver, site and make ready 2 cabins, a generator and outdoor lighting for use with 2 cabins and toilets at Myton Fields car park, Myton Road, Warwick CV32 5HZ for use as polling stations for all scheduled elections and at the same location for any by election held throughout the year.

Specification of task:

1. To liaise with appointed Electoral Services Officers at Warwick District Council for schedule of dates and location of premises.

2. Scheduled elections normally take place on the first Thursday in the month of May. Delivery and siting would take place on the afternoon two working days before Election day and collection would take place on the working day following Election day.

3. To provide two 9.7m (32 feet) x 3.0m (10 feet) Cabin, two ramps; two single chemical toilets, keys for access; and one 30 KVA 3-phase generator skid mounted with earth spike, to provide diesel for running for 20 hours, 32 amp 1 phase cables and key; and outdoor lighting to be sited around cabin entrance and to be powered through the generator.

Technical Specifications and Standards :

Tenderers are asked to submit a quote for:

(1) Two 9.7m (32 feet) x 3.0m (10 feet) lockable Cabins with work surface and sink
(2) Two lockable portable toilets with hand wash facility.
(3) One 30 KVA 3-phase generator skid mounted with earth spike, to provide diesel for running for 20 hours, 32 amp 1 phase cables and key
(4) Outdoor lighting to be sited around cabin entrance and to be powered through the generator.