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Response of aquatic wildlife - application of stringent wastewater tertiary treatment

Defra Network eTendering Portal | Published March 2, 2017  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
Winner
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
cpvs
79313000

Objectives Review chemical determinands measured for site downstream of the STP for changes in chemistry before, during and after GAC treatment. •Review habitat quality for invertebrates from macrophyte and RHS information •Plot macroinvertebrate scores (ASPT, BMWP etc) for each sampling site over duration of records •Plot abundance of each macroinvertebrate family for each sampling site over duration of records •Plot changes in diatom community over time as far as data permits. •Examine communities before, during and after the GAC period. Do Pearson product-moment correlations for all forms of wildlife downstream of the STP against conductivity (a reliable marker of GAC activity but others may also be suitable). Identify if any statistically significant change in any wildlife occurred with respect to GAC operation. If changes in wildlife occurred associated with the GAC running, would they be indicated as beneficial under the WFD scoring system, in other words leading to higher BMWP, ASPT scores etc.

Horticultural Supply — Chemicals.

London Borough of Haringey — Parks and Leisure | Published March 11, 2017
Winner
Rigby Taylor Limited
cpvs
03000000

Horticultural Supply — Chemicals.

Horticultural Supply — Chemicals

London Borough of Haringey — Parks and Leisure | Published April 11, 2017
Winner
Rigby Taylor Limited
cpvs
03000000

Horticultural Supply — Chemicals.

PHE_H&WB_Mang. of UK Focal Point Early Warning System-New Psychoactive Substance

Public Health England | Published March 30, 2017
cpvs
85140000

Please note: if PHE does not get interest in the project, then PHE will not issue a tender but will do a direct award to a supplier. Express interest at: https://phe.bravosolution.co.uk/esop/guest/go/opportunity/detail?opportunityId=31334 Provision of specific reports to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) when new substances appear in the UK. The Early Warning System (EWS) on New Psychoactive Substances was established through a European Council Decision and is required to be implemented through National Focal Points. In the UK, the network is currently co-ordinated by a chemist and an academic working in the field of drugs. Specific Tasks are:  Provision of support to the EWS expert and network, by organising and minuting meetings, assisting in the production and submission of reports on the operation of the EWS to the EMCDDA  Act as a central point for co-ordinating chemical analytical activities amongst laboratory-based network members;  Maintain and co-ordinate a network of specialists in forensic science, toxicology and others across the United Kingdom, and regularly contact them to obtain information required for the EWS. This regular liaison is carried out mostly by e-mail. Network members are encouraged to discuss, at national level, information on new substances and new developments at an early stage even if substantive evidence is limited;  6-monthly reports to the EMCDDA detailing occurrences of substances covered by the EWS as notified by organisations participating in the network; carry out background research to identify basic information (chemistry, availability, pharmacology and toxicology) where feasible. Obtain analytical data on the new substance from the network sources;  Be the national (UK) contact for the EMCDDA, receiving information from it and disseminating this within the UK as appropriate. Be available to deal with telephone and e-mail enquiries from EMCDDA on a wide range of issues.  detailed responses to specific requests from the EMCDDA for more information on new psychoactive substances, for example, prior to risk-assessment;  participation in expert meetings within the UK and organised by the EMCDDA;  Providing replies to ad hoc requests from the EMCDDA and Department of Health (When information requested is not readily available, the Focal Point is expected - within the limits of its available resources - to make reasonable efforts to obtain this information;  Keep the Head of Focal Point informed of any developments concerning the EWS, which may have an impact on the operation of the Focal Point. In addition, the contractor will from time to time be required to coordinate and/or contribute, and often under the guidance of the Head of the Focal Point, to other ad-hoc requests relevant to the EWS such as: • Deal with specific requests from Home Office/Advisory Council on Misuse of Drugs (ACMD) on EWS matters etc

Renewal of GDS Framework of Specialist Suppliers

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 'Defra' | Published April 12, 2016
Winner
Bioquell UK Ltd2520270, Baemar Howells Ltd5723743, McQuillan EnvirocareN.I. 35227, OCS UK Ltd3056469, AMEC Nuclear UK Limited01120437, Nuvia2063786, Cavendish Nuclear Ltd03975999, Studsvik Ltd09660060
cpvs
90700000, 90720000, 71730000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71900000, 90710000

The Framework Agreement Contracts are relating to the Authority's procurement for a Government Decontamination Service Framework to provide contingency decontamination and related services in the areas of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination. The service will include the supply, transport, deployment and implementation of the decontamination and/or related service(s) for use by the Contracting Authority in a CBRN or major Hazmat incident. The Providers are expected to provide all necessary equipment required to deliver this service and could include (but is not limited to): raw materials, consumables, protective equipment, detection/monitoring equipment, power generators/fuel, heavy plant and transportation. The Authority appoints Providers onto a multi-supplier Framework that will be available for use by the Authority and other Central and Devolved Administration Departments, Agencies and Public Bodies. UK Local Authorities, UK Police Forces, UK Fire and Rescue Services, UK Ambulance Service.

The Framework is divided into 8 Lots.

For further details on the scope, please refer to the Invitation to Tender, a copy of which can be obtained from the Defra e-tendering service.

Printed-Circuit-Board (PCB) Manufacturing Equipment

 | Published April 14, 2016  -  Deadline April 22, 2016
cpvs
31712000

Scope of Requirement 1.1 A multi-layer press 1.1.1 To enable us to produce PCBs with more than two layers 1.2 A semi-automatic pick and place machine 1.2.1 To assemble PCBs with 0201 passives and fine-pitch ICs 1.3 Application of solder resist and idents to PCBs 1.3.1 To provide a protective coating and resistive layer to the outside layers of PCBs, and to enable the location of the components to be marked onto the PCBs. 1.4 A reflow oven 1.4.1 To allow the assembly of PCBs which contain components impossible to otherwise solder, whilst improving assemble efficiency 1.5 Application of through-hole plating 1.5.1 To provide a method of plating the inside of holes without the use of chemical tanks.

Pesticide and Weed Control Tender 2016

London Borough Of Hillingdon - Adult Social Care | Published February 16, 2016  -  Deadline February 26, 2016
cpvs
24451000

An experienced contractor required to undertake the chemical control of worms and weeds at Haste Hill, Ruislip and Uxbridge Golf Courses. To undertake the supply and spray of fairways, tees, green surrounds, approaches and bunker banks at the three golf courses. Treatments 1) Worm Control x 2 treatments, one Spring 2016 and one Autumn 2016. Autumn treatment to include leather jacket control Typical Active ingredient(s): Carbendazim in Spring. Carbendazim and Chlorpyrifos in Autumn. 2) Weed Control x 2 treatments, one this Spring and one this Autumn. Typical Active ingredient(s): MecopropP, MCPA, Dicamba (Broad spectrum) plus florasulam/fluroxypyr (white clover). ****Please register/log in at www.capitalesourcing.com to view all tender information/documents**** Any questions about this procurement should be submitted in writing via the capitalEsourcing Portal. This should be used for all queries and requests for clarification regarding the procurement as it provides an effective and auditable trail. A Tenderer’s queries will be secure and cannot be seen by any other Tenderers. The Authority will publish the questions and the response, in a suitably anonymous form, via the Messages tool to all Tenderers before the closing date for the submission of Tenders.

Grinder

University of Southampton | Published November 13, 2015  -  Deadline December 5, 2015
cpvs
42623000

Characteristics of the system We seek to acquire an automated wafer surface grinding system with ancillary equipment to enhance the University of Southampton's optical and semiconductor materials processing capabilities for a number of high-impact projects in the major engineering themes of; Quantum Technologies and Photonics. This system will be integrated into existing lab facilities in the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton and will be used to expand the breadth of our manufacturing capabilities to stimulate new research ties across academia and industry via the EPSRC Quantum Hub initiative. The acquisition of this system will enable university researchers to manufacture new combinations of micron-scale-thickness optical and semiconductor material layers to tackle fundamental research in quantum light-matter interactions, quantum sensors, and telecommunications. Purpose of the Equipment Planarisation and thinning of optical and semiconductor wafer materials to dimensions and surface roughness suitable for optical applications. The first example application will be thinning of carrier-bonded lithium niobate crystal wafers to layer thicknesses of 10 microns or less with a surface finish suitable for optical propagation (<3nm 75 100 150 roughness sa). other applications include replanarisation of commercially available lithium niobate wafers to improve parallelism and surface finish. grinding partial areas create wafer-rim supported thin-film membranes. planarisation thinning a wide range optical semiconductor materials are envisaged, including but not limited to; niobate, silicon, silica-on-silicon, silica, sapphire as well composites the above. ensure compatibility with existing university southampton facilities broad material types, system is required support standard wafer formats from mm diameter single die. primary hardware incorporate automated capabilities in unit. must be capable sizes up total thickness variation ±2μm average removal less than 1μm wafer-to-wafer. able achieve 3nm (sa) on niobate. offer capability for wafer-supported membranes or via upgrade. either universal mounting chuck mm, separate user swappable chucks this purpose thin substrates designed allow unattended operation without operator intervention. that does require use disposal chemical slurries is preferred. Under no circumstances whatsoever will...

Invitation to Tender for the Provision of Chemical, Medical Consumables and Cleaning Services.

Viridian Housing | Published December 1, 2015
Winner
Viridian Housing
cpvs
33000000, 24000000, 85000000

The Tender is aimed at selecting the most economically advantageous bid for the supply of cleaning, hygiene and laundry products for the Residential Care / Dementia Units / Care Homes and Day Centres This Invitation to Tender (ITT) is part of the procurement process to identify those organisation(s) that will be most suited to supply the following at our Care Homes: Cleaning chemicals with an anti bacterial for floors, surfaces and toilets and bathrooms. Laundry chemicals which include detergents and fabric softeners. Dissolvable laundry bags. Paper Products, hand paper towels, toilet paper, dry wipes. Waste bags, black bin bags, bin liners Yellow clinical/offensive waste bags Cleaning equipment, colour coded mops, brooms and brushes short and long feather dusters. COSSH Training. Contract Duration: 36 months. Value of contract: GBP 300 0000.00

High Resolution Computed Tomography scanner (HR-CT) for the Natural History Museum.

Natural History Museum | Published September 19, 2015  -  Deadline October 16, 2015
cpvs
33115100

CT scanners. The Natural History Museum in South Kensington, London, is not only a leading visitor attraction but is one of the world's leading authorities and research institutes in natural history. The Museum's Imaging and Analysis Centre provides analytical and imaging facilities to the Earth and Life Science departments. The fundamental aim of the Imaging and Analysis Centre (IAC) is to meet, to a standard of international excellence, the research and curatorial requirements in advanced microscopy and chemical analysis for the scientific staff in both the Earth and Life science departments. The facilities operate as an interdepartmental resource for both Museum scientists and visiting researchers from around the world, and additionally contribute to income generation from many of the Museum's Consultancy Sectors. The Natural History Museum's Imaging and Analysis Centre currently operates two CT scanning instruments: — Nikon HMX ST 225 system offering reflection and transmission modes with a maximum sample capacity of 25 cm (diameter) x 70 cm (height) and 10 kg (weight). This systems offers a resolution of 5-125 µm in reflection mode and 2-5 µm in transmission mode. The reflection mode can be operated using a range of targets; tungsten, copper, molybdenum and silver. — Gatan XUM fitted to an FEI Quanta 650 FEG SEM with a maximum sample size of 2 mm (diameter and height). This system offers sub-micron resolution on dried and coated low-density samples. This tender is for an additional High Resolution Computed Tomography scanner (HR-CT) to complement the existing instrumentation. The new system will be housed in a purpose-built instrument room adjacent to the existing micro-CT scanner and alongside the micro-CT visualization suite which houses nine high-performance computers used for data analysis and visualization. The tender is for the supply of the HR-CT system described in the Technical Specification, together with any computing equipment required for data capture and reconstruction. Suppliers should also consider that the NHM, as a world-renowned institute for non-destructive imaging and analysis in the fields of earth and planetary sciences, taxonomy and biosciences, is also interested in opportunities for collaboration with instrument manufacturers.

Provision of Gas Tight Suits

 | Published September 10, 2015
Winner
Ansell Protective Solutions AB
cpvs
35113000

Framework for the provision of Gas Tight Suits. These suits are for use by the UK Fire and Rescue Service and possibly members of the other emergency services, government departments and public sector bodies as required to undertake activities in environments contaminated with chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agents.

Tender for Government Decontamination Service (GDS) Framework.

Department For Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
cpvs
90700000, 71900000, 90510000, 90711000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90712000

This invitation to tender (ITT) relates to the Authority's procurement for a Government Decontamination Service framework to provide contingency decontamination and related services in the areas of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination. The service will include the supply, transport, deployment and implementation of the decontamination and/or related service(s) for use by the Contracting Authority in a CBRN or major Hazmat incident. The Provider is expected to provide all necessary equipment required to deliver this service and could include (but is not limited to) raw materials, consumables, protective equipment, detection/monitoring equipment, power generators/fuel, heavy plant and transportation. The Authority intends appointing Providers onto a multi-supplier framework that will be available for use by the Authority and other Central and Devolved Administration Departments, Agencies and Public Bodies, UK Local Authorities, UK Police Forces, UK Fire and Rescue Services, UK Ambulance Service. This tender is divided into 8 Lots. The Contracting Authority considers that the contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small and medium enterprises (SMEs). For the avoidance of doubt the Contracting Authority points out that no weight will be attached to whether or not the operator is an SME in selecting economic operators to submit tenders or in assessing the most economically advantageous tender. For further details on the scope, please refer to the invitation to tender, a copy of which can be obtained from the Defra e-tendering service.

Tender for Government Decontamination Service (GDS) Framework.

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 'Defra' | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 30, 2015
cpvs
90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90700000, 45120000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 71730000, 90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90700000, 71900000, 90510000, 90711000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000, 90712000

This invitation to tender (ITT) relates to the Authority's procurement for a Government Decontamination Service framework to provide contingency decontamination and related services in the areas of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination. The service will include the supply, transport, deployment and implementation of the decontamination and/or related service(s) for use by the Contracting Authority in a CBRN or major Hazmat incident. The Provider is expected to provide all necessary equipment required to deliver this service and could include (but is not limited to) raw materials, consumables, protective equipment, detection/monitoring equipment, power generators/fuel, heavy plant and transportation. The Authority intends appointing Providers onto a multi-supplier framework that will be available for use by the Authority and other Central and Devolved Administration Departments, Agencies and Public Bodies, UK Local Authorities, UK Police Forces, UK Fire and Rescue Services, UK Ambulance Service. This tender is divided into 8 Lots. The Contracting Authority considers that the contract may be suitable for economic operators that are small and medium enterprises (SMEs). For the avoidance of doubt the Contracting Authority points out that no weight will be attached to whether or not the operator is an SME in selecting economic operators to submit tenders or in assessing the most economically advantageous tender. For further details on the scope, please refer to the invitation to tender, a copy of which can be obtained from the Defra e-tendering service.

Waste Management.

The Francis Crick Institute | Published August 21, 2015
Winner
Bywaters (Leyton) Ltd
cpvs
90510000, 90520000

The Crick will be a world-leading centre of biomedical research and innovation. It will promote collaboration between researchers, disciplines, and academic institutions, healthcare organisations and businesses. Dedicated to research excellence, the institute will have the scale, vision and expertise to tackle the most challenging scientific questions underpinning health and disease. The Crick will be a brand new research facility located in the heart of London, next to Kings Cross and St Pancras. Science will be at the heart of the 100 000 m2 institute, with more than 120 laboratories leading science, innovation and collaboration, a large and varied animal population and a scientific staff base of more than 1 250 within a total potential population of more than 1 500. The core activities will be a significant number of science programmes, projects and business support services. Service Requirements: — To provide a ‘One Stop Shop’ waste management service, using the most economically viable and least environmentally damaging routes; — To provide a flexible service that can accommodate the different stages of the Crick's mobilisation right through to full occupancy; and — To work in partnership to deliver continuous and innovative initiatives that align with the Crick's environmental aspirations. Below is an example list of the waste expected to be produced by the Crick: Laboratory Waste — Hazardous Clinical. — E.g. pathogenic, non-pathogenic microorganisms and GMOs, laboratory, tissue culture and microbiological consumables, Sharps. Laboratory Waste — Non-Hazardous/Offensive — E.g. biological waste, GMM class 1, uncontaminated bedding and PPE. Radioactive Materials. — Including both solid and liquid, comprising short half-life radionuclides e.g. 32P, 35S, 33P, 125I and long half-life radionuclides 3H, 14C and 55Fe. Chemicals (hazardous). — Redundant chemicals or accumulated chemical waste arising from research activities. WEEE. — Fridges, freezers, laboratory equipment, ME plant, light bulbs, IT, batteries, mobile phones etc. General. — Residual waste (including food). Food. — From kitchen/catering areas only. Recycling. — Dry mixed (co-mingled) recycling e.g. paper, card, cans, plastics etc. (including glass). Confidential Waste. — Paper, bound documents and media devices. Other Potential Waste Streams (to include): — Cardboard, — Bulky waste e.g. furniture and fittings, — Hard FM waste e.g. paints, chemicals and inert waste, — Metal and wood, — Lab glassware (both contaminated and non-contaminated), — Cooking oil. To access the tender documents, please email tenders@crick.ac.uk

Invitation to Tender for the Provision of Chemical, Medical Consumables and Cleaning Services.

Viridian Housing | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline July 24, 2015
cpvs
33000000

The Tender is aimed at selecting the most economically advantageous bid for the supply of cleaning, hygiene and laundry products for the Residential Care / Dementia Units / Care Homes and Day Centres This Invitation to Tender (ITT) is part of the procurement process to identify those organisation(s) that will be most suited to supply the following at our Care Homes: Cleaning chemicals with an anti bacterial for floors, surfaces and toilets and bathrooms. Laundry chemicals which include detergents and fabric softeners. Dissolvable laundry bags. Paper Products, hand paper towels, toilet paper, dry wipes. Waste bags, black bin bags, bin liners Yellow clinical/offensive waste bags Cleaning equipment, colour coded mops, brooms and brushes short and long feather dusters. COSSH Training. Contract Duration: 36 months Value of contract: 300,0000 GBP.

Invitation to Tender for the Provision of Chemical, Medical Consumables and Cleaning Services.

Viridian Housing | Published July 1, 2015  -  Deadline July 17, 2015
cpvs
33000000, 24000000, 85000000, 33000000, 24000000, 85000000, 24000000, 33000000

The Tender is aimed at selecting the most economically advantageous bid for the supply of cleaning, hygiene and laundry products for the Residential Care / Dementia Units / Care Homes and Day Centres This Invitation to Tender (ITT) is part of the procurement process to identify those organisation(s) that will be most suited to supply the following at our Care Homes: Cleaning chemicals with an anti bacterial for floors, surfaces and toilets and bathrooms. Laundry chemicals which include detergents and fabric softeners. Dissolvable laundry bags. Paper Products, hand paper towels, toilet paper, dry wipes. Waste bags, black bin bags, bin liners Yellow clinical/offensive waste bags Cleaning equipment, colour coded mops, brooms and brushes short and long feather dusters. COSSH Training. Contract Duration: 36 months Value of contract: 300,0000 GBP.

Framework Agreement for the Supply of Mail Screening Services.

The Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) c/o Metropolitan Police Service | Published June 9, 2015
Winner
Swiss Post Solutions Limited
cpvs
64120000, 64000000, 60220000, 79570000, 60160000, 22414000, 30133000, 18933000, 43411000, 48811000, 64112000, 64113000, 48223000, 64122000, 79571000, 72412000, 30131500, 30132100, 30133100, 30131600, 30199240, 32342440, 44212329, 45231510, 45252123, 64216120, 72212223, 64121100

The requirements for the mail screening service is for a secure process for the security X-ray, chemical, biological and radiological pre-screening of mail packets and letters addressed to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS). Mail is extracted from the Royal Mail network and transferred to the Service Provider's screening facility, where it will be screened by MPS/Counter Terrorism Check (CTC) level security cleared staff, in accordance with agreed policies and procedures. Once screened, the mail will be separated into signature mail and standard mail, sealed into mailbags using special tamper proof seals then delivered (and tracked) to various MPS sites. This framework agreement is open to all members of the GLA group, as listed below: — Transport for London (TfL) and all its' subsidiary companies, a list of which can be found at http://www.tfl.gov.uk/, — Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC), which oversees the work of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), — London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA), — British Transport Police (BTP), — City Of London Police (CLP), — London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), in charge of the Olympic legacy.

Government Decontamination Service Framework Agreement.

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 'Defra' | Published May 23, 2015
cpvs
90700000, 90710000, 71900000, 90720000, 90510000, 90520000, 45112000, 71730000

This notice does not constitute a call for competition to procure any services for Defra and other UK public bodies. The procurement of any services will be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. The purpose of this PIN is to invite interested parties to take part in preliminary market consultations and to improve our knowledge of the market. The Authority is seeking to establish a framework agreement of suppliers to provide contingency decontamination and related services in the areas of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear contamination (CBRN). The service will include the supply, transport, deployment and implementation of the decontamination and/or related service(s). The potential supplier is required to provide all necessary equipment needed to deliver the services which could include (but are not limited to): raw materials, consumables, protective equipment, detection/monitoring equipment, power generators/fuel, heavy plant and transportation. The framework agreement is separated into 8 Lots: 1 — Chemical sampling and monitoring; 2 — Chemical decontamination; 3 — Chemical waste management and disposal; 4 — Biological sampling; 5 — Biological decontamination; 6 — Biological waste management and disposal; 7 — Radiological and nuclear characterisation, decontamination and waste management; 8 — NAIR (National Arrangements for Incidents involving Radiation) arrangements. This is a notice that a supplier information day will be held at the Etrop Grange Hotel, Manchester http://www.theetropgrangehotel.co.uk/ on 23.6.2015 between 11:00 and 16:00, and will provide an opportunity for potential providers to learn about the framework agreement and the benefits and opportunities it can offer. The estimated planned date for publication of the Contract Notice is August 2015. Potential suppliers will be able to see full details via the Official Journal of the European Union notice and the project will be listed under current opportunities on the Defra e-tendering portal, which is also the system on which tenderers are to upload their tenders at https://defra.bravosolution.co.uk/ Details of the supplier information day can be found in II.8) Additional information.

Rental and servicing of parts washers and supply of chemicals.

Go-Ahead Holding Ltd | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline April 24, 2015
cpvs
44532200, 43800000

Rental and servicing of parts washers and supply of chemicals.

Point of Care Testing.

Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published May 6, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
cpvs
38434000, 38434560, 33696000, 33696300, 33696500, 33159000, 51430000, 31000000

Analysers. Chemistry analyser. Reagents and contrast media. Chemical reagents. Laboratory reagents. Clinical chemistry system. Installation services of laboratory equipment. Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables; Lighting. Supply, commissioning, maintenance of Point of Care testing equipment and supply of reagent consumables to Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. To provide four test profiles: 1 - Renal/Liver/Bone/Urea (LRBU): Sodium. Potassium, Creatinine, Urea, estimated GFR, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphate, total Protein, Albumen, Globulin, Bilirubin (total) Alkaline Phosphatase, Aspartate Transaminase, Gamma-glutamyl Transferase. 2 - C-Reactive Protein (CRP) 3 - Amylase (AMY) 4 - Plasma Glucose (PLU).