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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.

Research, testing and scientific technical simulator

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust | Published December 3, 2016  -  Deadline January 13, 2017

Provision of Microbiological Media QC Laboratory items for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS FT.

This contract is for the supply of chemical and microbiological consumables for QC Lab at the North Tees and Hartlepool NHS FT.

Supply of an Inductively Coupled Plasma – Optical Emission Spectrometer

Engineering, Maths and Physics | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2016
The ICP-OES will be purchased to aid chemical analyses in conjunction with the NERC funded project JET - “Integrated Understanding of the Early Jurassic Earth System and Timescale”. Analyses will be performed on fossil shell materials and rocks to evaluate palaeoenvironmental parameters recorded in these geomaterials.

Fire extinguishers

Leidos Supply Limited | Published November 19, 2016

Leidos Supply Ltd intends to invite tenders to supply a range of Fire Extinguishers including Foam, Water, Dry Powder, CO₂ and Wet Chemical, as well as Spare parts for each of these.

There will also be a requirement for Fire Fighting Equipment including but not limited to Fire Buckets, Fire Blankets, Rescue Knife, and fire dummies/mannequins for training purposes.

It is likely that this requirement will be awarded for as 2 + 2 year contract(s), broken down into the following Lots:

— COTS Extinguishers,

— Specialist Extinguishers,

— Fire training dummies,

— Miscellaneous equipment.

Fire Extinguishers including Foam, Water, Dry Powder, CO₂ and Wet Chemical, as well as Spare parts for each of these.

Specialist Extinguishers.

Fire training dummies.

Fire Fighting Equipment including but not limited to Fire Buckets, Fire Blankets and Rescue Knife.

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.

Fire extinguishers

Leidos Supply Limited | Published December 2, 2016

Leidos Supply Ltd intends to invite tenders to supply a range of Fire Extinguishers including Foam, Water, Dry Powder, CO2 and Wet Chemical, as well as Spare parts for each of these.

There will also be a requirement for Fire Fighting Equipment including but not limited to Fire Buckets, Fire Blankets, Rescue Knife, and fire dummies/mannequins for training purposes.

It is likely that this requirement will be awared for as 2+2 year contract(s), broken down into the following Lots:

COTS Extinguishers

Specialist Extinguishers

Fire training dummies

Miscellaneous equipment.

Synthetic Chemistry Services

 | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016
Carry out the following services on a call off basis as and when required during the lifetime of the Contract. It should be noted that no levels of business can be guaranteed under the Agreement. It is anticipated that the maximum spend under the agreement will be £570,000 during the three year period.

• Supply 2.5 FTEs for the three year period to provide synthetic chemistry support to drug discovery teams at the University of Sussex
• FTEs to work closely with drug discovery teams at the Sussex Drug Discovery Centre (SDDC) whilst doing all wet chemistry work at the Contractor’s premises
• Facilities to support all chemistry processes including product isolation and characterisation to be provided by the Contractor
• The synthetic chemists assigned to the project to undertake the synthesis of new chemical entities as directed by leaders at the SDDC
• Flexible resourcing is required dependent on project requirements
• Medicinal chemistry contributions would be encouraged but not required as part of the service.

Synthetic Chemistry Services

University of Sussex | Published November 8, 2016

Carry out the following services on a call off basis as and when required during the lifetime of the Contract. It should be noted that no levels of business can be guaranteed under the Agreement. It is anticipated that the maximum spend under the agreement will be 570 000 GBP during the three year period.

— Supply 2.5 FTEs for the three year period to provide synthetic chemistry support to drug discovery teams at the University of Sussex.

— FTEs to work closely with drug discovery teams at the Sussex Drug Discovery Centre (SDDC) whilst doing all wet chemistry work at the Contractor's premises.

— Facilities to support all chemistry processes including product isolation and characterisation to be provided by the Contractor.

— The synthetic chemists assigned to the project to undertake the synthesis of new chemical entities as directed by leaders at the SDDC.

— Flexible resourcing is required dependent on project requirements.

— Medicinal chemistry contributions would be encouraged but not required as part of the service.

Synthetic Chemistry Services

University of Sussex | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

Carry out the following services on a call off basis as and when required during the lifetime of the Contract. It should be noted that no levels of business can be guaranteed under the Agreement. It is anticipated that the maximum spend under the agreement will be 570 000 GBP during the three year period.

— Supply 2.5 FTEs for the three year period to provide synthetic chemistry support to drug discovery teams at the University of Sussex.

— FTEs to work closely with drug discovery teams at the Sussex Drug Discovery Centre (SDDC) whilst doing all wet chemistry work at the Contractor's premises.

— Facilities to support all chemistry processes including product isolation and characterisation to be provided by the Contractor.

— The synthetic chemists assigned to the project to undertake the synthesis of new chemical entities as directed by leaders at the SDDC.

— Flexible resourcing is required dependent on project requirements.

— Medicinal chemistry contributions would be encouraged but not required as part of the service.

X-ray Photo-emission spectroscopy (XPS) system

University of Leeds | Published November 3, 2016  -  Deadline December 5, 2016

At the Universities of Cambridge and Leeds there is a large emerging research activity on materials for energy efficient information and communication technology, with a focus on materials discovery, and the development, optimisation and characterisation of novel materials to engineer change. This research activity requires the chemical surface analysis of materials and devices under a wide range of application relevant, environmental conditions. Rapid turnaround with controlled sample transfers from local processing and fabrication facilities is thereby essential to drive fast materials and device development cycles. Hence the University is now seeking to purchase a X-ray photo-emission spectroscopy (XPS) system that can overcome the limitations of standard XPS and similar characterisation techniques by enabling high-throughput analyses of a wide range of materials (incl. liquids) in reactive conditions and atmospheres far above the high vacuum regime.

The Provision of Disinfecting By-Products (DBP) Instrumentation

Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig | Published November 23, 2016  -  Deadline December 21, 2016

Dwr Cymru Cyfyngedig (DCC) has a requirement for GCMS-Analytical System, GC QQQ and LC QQQ to identify the range of DBPs (Disinfection By-Products) of public health significance that are a potential risk at Dwr Cymru Welsh Waters (DCWW) Waste Treatment Works (WTW) and to develop analytical techniques for their detection and for the characterisation of their precursors.

The bacteriological tests confirm the safety of the water supply and that the processes at our 66 Water Treatment Works are effective. The laboratory also carries out chemical tests, from simplistic PH and colour tests to testing for a range of over 40 metals, nitrates, phosphates, pesticides and herbicides.

DCWW also operates a smaller laboratory at Bretton in North Wales.

Instrumentation required will be split into 3 Lots:

— Lot 1 — GC-MS Analytical System

— Lot 2 — GC QQQ

— Lot 3 — LC QQQ.

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.

Bus shelters

Tayside Procurement Consortium | Published December 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 16, 2017

Tayside Procurement Consortium are seeking to appoint suitably qualified and experienced contractors to provide a service for Bus Shelter Maintenance and New Shelters.

The requirements include -

Lot 1 — Shelter Glazing.

Lot 2 — Components.

Lot 3 — Purchase of New Shelters.

The contractor is required to facilitate the repair or replacement of the following components: Beading; Flag Brackets; Bus Stop Flags; Information Display Cases; Seating; Real Time Information Brackets/Front Plates/Roof Brackets; Solar Lighting Units etc, for the current inventory.

There may be a requirement for the replacement or installation of New Bus Shelters.

The current inventory requires the provision of either 10mm toughened glass and/or 4mm thick anti-graffiti hard coated on both sides polycarbonate sheets which are abrasion and chemical resistant and suitable for frequent cleaning.

Chemicals and oil pollution investigation services

Ministry of Defence, Ships, Commercially Supported Shipping (CSS) Team | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017

Supply of Treatment Chemicals plus Analysis Services and Reporting for RFA Flotilla and HMS Scott.

Supply of Treatment Chemicals relating to diesel propulsion systems, steam generation, auxiliary equipment, and hotel service systems, plus Analysis Services and Reporting, for RFA Flotilla and HMS Scott. Test Kits shall also be provided, along with a sample analysis service and Call-Out service. Chemicals databases for each vessel shall also be maintained.

Key Technical Requirements:

1. Single Point of Contact in the UK to manage orders from the Authority for Treatment Chemicals;

2. Delivery of Treatment Chemicals to both UK and Overseas addresses — chemicals to include General Purpose Cleaner, Diesel Engine Antifreeze, Water Biocides, Bilge Cleaner, De-Scalers, Motor and Parts Cleaner, Anti-Corrosion Chemicals, Soot Remover, Organic Sewage Waste Treatment, and Rust Converter (this is not an exhaustive list);

3. Call-Out taskings — Engineering Personnel Support, technical field training and laboratory support shall be provided on an ‘as-needed’ basis when vessels are on the UK coast. Further details are displayed in the paragraph below:

4. Routine and Emergency Calls per vessel — Initial call to be made to each vessel within 90 days of award of Contract and provide on-board chemicals handbook/safety data sheet. Periodic service Calls shall be carried out annually per vessel and shall involve reviewing/verifying the on-board chemical handbook/on-board Material Safety Data Sheet, ensure 6 months supply of chemicals per vessel, review on-board chemicals database to ensure it is up-to-date, conduct training for up to four engineers on the use of test kits, and provide each vessel with 6 months supply of paper logs to record tests. A Service Call Report shall be produced within 10 working days of the shipboard service call identifying any weaknesses in the shipboard testing methodologies, charts etc. These reports shall not replace the Quarterly Reports;

5. Delivery of test Kits to all vessels in a state ready for direct installation. Kits must contain enough glassware and test equipment to run all required tests for a period of six months. All test equipment must be suitable for the marine environment, in a wide range of climates. Assessments shall include the condition of boiler water and cooling systems for diesel engines;

6. Engineering Tasking Support;

7. Maintenance of Chemical Treatment Database with recommended chemical applications for each individual vessel. To list all equipment on-board each vessel, recommend chemical treatments, testing frequencies, and required test kits;

8. Quarterly Reports of all activities beginning 3 months after award of Contract to include a summary of each service call (displaying vessel, port, date, deficiencies, names of trained crew etc.);

9. Monthly Log Review Reports displaying all sample analysis activity for the previous 30 days per vessel. The report shall be in 2 parts — the first part shall be a summary sheet including a line for each system tested sorted by vessel and test type with deficiencies noted. The second part will be a vessel by vessel review.

621 — High Resolution Raman Confocal Microscope

Cente for Process Innnovation Limited | Published November 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016

The Graphene Application Innovation Centre at the Centre for Process Innovation has the need to analyse materials (including graphene and other 2D materials, nano-scale material, pharmaceutical, life science and electronic) using Raman spectroscopy to provide key information regarding chemical composition and material structure. The addition of a motorised fully confocal microscope system to the Raman spectrometer will allow for ultra-fast confocal Raman mapping of samples on both a micro and macro scale thus significantly increasing the capability of the centre in this area. Current research areas require the instrument to be capable of the measurement of ultra-low frequency spectral data allowing greater resolution of spectra

A device is required for the measurement of properties such as the friction, lubrication and wear over a wide range of surface contact and environmental conditions. In addition, the in situ analysis of the test performed, such as the appearance of a wear scar or the acoustic emission of a progressive scratch, is critical to understand the mechanisms involved. This can then be used to develop a fundamental understanding of the processes involved, resulting in the ability to design enhanced performance formulations.

The instrument required must be a flexible, bench top device with a high level of accuracy which can distinguish between small incremental changes in formulations. Parameters such as the temperature should be easily and accurately controlled and there must be options for measuring materials under liquid and dry conditions. A range of contact conditions and sizes much be accommodated.

Please note that associated consumables will also be part of this contract.

Single Channel Potentiostat/Galvanostat Equipment

Warwick Manufacturing Group | Published December 6, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017
The University of Warwick, Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) has a requirement for two single channel potentiostat/galvanostat electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) systems. The primary use of this equipment will be to characterise different electro-chemical energy storage technologies such as Lithium-ion cells and super-capacitors.

Please refer to http://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick for further information. You will be able to download the full tender documents from this site. Any queries in relation to this requirement should be directed to the University of Warwick via the correspondence functionality of the In-tend system. Failure to do so may result in queries being excluded from the procedure.

In order to express interest in this opportunity please go to the University of Warwick In-Tend supplier portal (https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofwarwick). All queries must be sent via In-tend Correspondence and not directly to University staff.

NOTE: The University of Warwick is not a contracting authority for the purposes of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) and its procurement activities are not subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 or the obligations under the European Public Procurement Directives, including the European Remedies Directive. Advertisement of any contract in the Official Journal of the European Union or Contracts Finder is at the sole discretion of the University and is undertaken on a voluntary basis with no implied obligation to comply with the procurement legislation.

All bids must be received by midday 6th January, 2017.

Business development consultancy services

Scottish Enterprise | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2017

Scottish Enterprise (SE) is seeking to establish a framework of 3 suppliers across a range of key sectors, to provide up to 2 days expert innovation consultancy support. The consultation, which is expected to include commercial advice, is principally aimed at Scottish Enterprise clients from the wider business base who are not currently SE or Business Gateway relationship managed. Eligible businesses will have potential innovation projects that could result in new products or service developments, the implementation of which would see these businesses becoming innovation active.

Innovation Expert Support (IES) will be delivered across all SE operational areas making this a national programme available to companies across Scotland (excluding HIE), so capacity to deliver is essential.

The successful supplier will have specialist knowledge of the development of Technological and Engineering based products and processes, with demonstrable experience of early stage product design, engineering and manufacturing. Additionally they will be required to have the skill sets described under lot 1 with their expertise and knowledge gained specifically in Technological and Engineering sectors. Suppliers will be expected to provide tailored, more in-depth technical support and advice to companies across the range of SE industry sectors e.g. oil and gas, renewables, energy, technology and engineering, life sciences, chemical sciences, food and drink. This in depth support is likely to include but is not limited to;

— Safety practices and processes;

— Volume manufacturing processes;

— Industry analysis, trends and competition;

— Product development processes;

— Testing, certification and approvals.

The successful supplier will cover a wide range of businesses and industries and possess suitable skills and a similarly broad track record and experience. A broad range of subject matter skills is a necessity in the area of general innovation, new product and service development and in business/commercialisation. Suppliers will be required to analyse and input to the early stages of an innovation project building on the initial idea through to opportunity identification, design development and in many cases encompassing intellectual asset protection/exploitation.

Bidders should be skilled and practised in the assessment and building of business cases and value propositions. They will have experience in market validation, definition of target markets, undertaking competitive analysis. They will demonstrate the use of appropriate techniques and methods to analyse, build, advise and guide clients on the viability or otherwise of their project or opportunity.

Additional to the knowledge and experience described in lot 1 we require a supplier with specialist knowledge and depth of experience within the Digital realm, having demonstrable experience of the development and commercialisation of digital products, applications and services. Suppliers will be expected to provider tailored in-depth support and advice to companies across the range of SE industry sectors. In this focus area the in depth support is likely to include but is not limited to:

— Technical guidance on mobile application and digital service projects;

— Guidance on suitable APIs;

— Technical recommendations throughout digital R&D process;

— Technical and commercial support for disruptive business models;

— Guidance on testing requirements and resources for web and digital applications;

— Guidance on regulations and processes associated with the launch of digital application on multiple platforms;

— Guidance on Software development projects;

— Advice on Cloud/Mobile/Web and App based business models.

Although SE already provides digitally focused support to Scottish Business, these other products provide guidance to businesses who wish to utilise digital solutions to enable the growth of their business through the optimisation of their own business processes and operational systems. They don't provide innovation/technical advice and support for the development of new digital products and services for sale to B2b or B2c markets.

Tender for Tree Maintenance Services & Arboricultural Services

Corporate Procurement | Published October 26, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
Tree Maintenance Services & Arboricultural Services

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council (“the Council”) wishes to invite interested suppliers (“Tenderers”) to participate in a tender exercise in relation to the provision of Tree Maintenance Services & Arboricultural Services (“Invitation to Tender” or “ITT”).

The Council has identified its requirement to establish a Framework Agreement (“Contract”) to appoint suitably qualified and experienced Contractor’s.

Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council (“the Council”), under the care of the Council’s Urban Forestry Unit deals with the inspection and maintenance of the Council's tree stock. These works are primarily on highways, parks and open spaces, although they do carry out work on all other Council land where trees are located at the request of the Land Manager.

Additional work is undertaken for the Neighbourhoods Directorate within the gardens of tenanted homes and sheltered accommodation, Sandwell Leisure Trust, Cultural Services, Sandwell Education Authority and Highways Maintenance. The Council does not assist with work on trees located on private land unless it is deemed to be dead, diseased or dangerous.

All trees that fall under the ownership or management of the Council are protected. Therefore, it is illegal for anyone other than, instructed and approved tree surgeons to prune, fell or carry out any form of works to these trees.

For this purpose the Council has identified its requirement to establish a Contract, appointing suitably qualified and experienced Contractor’s. Responsive service delivery will be required to undertake identified reactive and planned maintenance and Arboricultural services relating to trees and shrubs which fall under the Council’s ownership or management, on an as and when required basis within the Borough of Sandwell.

The Contract will include, but not limited to provision of the following tree maintenance services and Arboricultural services:

Tree pruning, tree cutting, tree clearing, tree maintenance, hedge cutting / pruning, crown reduction, tree removal (felling, sectional, dismantling), crane assisted tree removals, stump removal, stump chemical treatment, associated waste removal, large shrub removal, emergency call out, make safe 24 hour response, Arboricultural advice and tree surveys.

It is the Council’s intention to appoint the top 3 scoring tenderers to the Contract (subject to sufficient tenders being received). But reserves the right to appoint one or two suppliers should the Council not receive a sufficient number of acceptable tenders.

The Council will be using the In-tend e-Tendering System for this Procurement exercise, please visit https://in-tendhost.co.uk/sandwellmbc to access the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal.

From here you will be able to register your company, express an interest in the opportunity, and gain immediate access to the ITT and other related documents.

In Order To View the On-Line Questionnaire and Submit a Tender, you will be required to` Opt-In`.

Please be mindful that if you are cut and pasting your question responses onto the On-Line Questionnaire that you do so from a notepad document, this is due to the fact that some special characters are not accepted within the On-Line Questionnaire.

For a Step by Step user guide to the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal please click on the `Guidance for Suppliers` section of the website. All procurement responses must be carried out via the Sandwell MBC In-tend Supplier Portal.

If you require further assistance in respect of the system please contact the In-tend support team on 0844 272 8810.

Closing date: Thursday 8th December 2016 at 15:00hrs

15-135 Fire Extinguishers, Maintenance & Service

Rotherham MBC | Published November 7, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
Rotherham MBC is inviting bids from qualified provider(s) to maintain and service Fire extinguishers, this could be either a combination of Foam, Water, Co2, Blanket, Dry Powder, wet chemical or Hose reels. The provider(s) is to cover approximately 300 locations within the borough of Rotherham ...e a detailed inspection programme and where necessary offer training or expert advice regarding extinguishers, some of these locations will also require DBS checks. By receipt of this ITT, RMBC believes that you may well have the capability to meet its long-term needs relating to these services

15-135 Fire Extinguishers, Maintenance & Service

Rotherham MBC | Published November 8, 2016  -  Deadline December 12, 2016
Rotherham MBC are inviting bids from qualified provider(s) to maintain and service Fire extinguishers, this could be either a combination of Foam, Water, Co2, Blanket, Dry Powder, wet chemical or Hose reels. It is also expected that they will have the capability to replace or repair, faulty or damaged equipment with like for like or equivalent products. The provider(s) is to cover approximately 300 locations within the borough of Rotherham and they must be able to provide a detailed inspection programme and where necessary offer training or expert advice regarding extinguishers, some of these locations will also require DBS checks.
These services are requested by the Emergency and Safety section on behalf of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council, and will encompass all Authority buildings, schools and any other joint building partnerships.