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NHS Countess of Chester Hospital | Published October 19, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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39830000, 42995000

A national Framework Agreement for the supply of UVC Cleaning solutions which are intended to be used as part of infection control as a supplement to standard cleaning and disinfection protocols in an attempt to reduce healthcare associated infections.

Cleaning products

NHS Countess of Chester Hospital | Published September 28, 2016  -  Deadline October 24, 2016
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39830000, 42995000

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS foundation trusts Commercial procurement services seek to establish a national framework agreement for UVC Cleaning solutions which may be utilised by any NHS organisation or the wider public sector.

UVC Cleaning Solutions

The Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust | Published January 6, 2017
Winner
Amity Limited, GAMA Healthcare Limited, Preventamed Technologies EU Limited, Specialist Hygiene Solutions Limited
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39830000

A national Framework Agreement for the supply of UVC Cleaning solutions which are intended to be used as part of infection control as a supplement to standard cleaning and disinfection protocols in an attempt to reduce healthcare associated infections.

The UVC cleaning solutions will allow hospital staff to disinfect a number of environments within a healthcare setting including but not limited to patient rooms, hospital wards, operating rooms, emergency rooms, bathrooms and public areas and will disinfect a range of medical surfaces including but not limited to wheelchairs, bedside tables, walls and electronic equipment. The UVC solutions will eradicate all types of micro-organisms including Clostridium difficile (C.diff), and multi-drug resistant organisms such as MRSA, VRE, CRE, Acinetobacter and other healthcare associated infections.

Propylaeum Repairs

Cheshire West and Chester | Published November 2, 2015  -  Deadline November 24, 2015
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39101000, 39101100, 39101200, 39101300

The works consist of the repairs to the Propylaeum and adjacent walls, a Listed Building within a Scheduled Monument site. The proposed works have received Listed Building Consent and Scheduled Monument Consent. The proposed repairs to the Propylaeum and adjacent boundary walls, comprise: - Repairs, removal of vegetation and gentle cleaning of the stonework generally - Underpinning part of the building which has suffered from subsidence with micro-piles - Dismantling of existing stone roofs, repairs to a stone roof soffit to prevent falling masonry, repairs to damaged stonework and reinstatement of the stone roofs - New lead sheeting over roofs to prevent further water penetration - Lining to gutters and improvements to above ground drainage, and improvements to below ground drainage - Cleaning and painting to ironwork - Resurfacing and other minor external works - Removal of existing electrical cabling and fittings - New lighting and CCTV systems - New signage - New anti-pigeon netting - Other associated permanent and temporary works The Propylaeum provides the access point to a car-park and various occupied buildings. The requirement includes maintaining access for vehicles and pedestrians. Some of the works are in/ adjacent to the highway. The project will require skilful management and good communications. 

Road Sweepings 2016

 | Published July 25, 2016
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90510000

Cheshire West and Chester Council (the Council) is responsible for the mechanical sweeping of streets in the Borough. The materials that are collected by this process, as listed by the EA include – grit, sand, silt, salt (for example from salt spreading), broken glass, water, leaves and other vegetation, small dead animals, oil, heavy metals, diesel and other hydrocarbons from vehicle exhausts (for example from road traffic accidents). This material has the European Waste Catalogue (EWC) classification of 20-03-03 ‘street-cleaning residues. Once treated the material usually has a code of 19-12-12. The Council would like to procure in line with the specific and detailed guidance provided by the Environment Agency (EA), the recovery of street cleansing residue and leaves

Road Sweepings 2016

Cheshire West and Chester | Published May 5, 2016  -  Deadline June 1, 2016
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90000000

Cheshire West and Chester Council (the Council) is responsible for the mechanical sweeping of streets in the Borough. The materials that are collected by this process, as listed by the EA include ? grit, sand, silt, salt (for example from salt spreading), broken glass, water, leaves and other vegetation, small dead animals, oil, heavy metals, diesel and other hydrocarbons from vehicle exhausts (for example from road traffic accidents). This material has the European Waste Catalogue (EWC) classification of 20-03-03 ?street-cleaning residues. Once treated the material usually has a code of 19-12-12. The Council would like to procure in line with the specific and detailed guidance provided by the Environment Agency (EA), the recovery of street cleansing residue and leaves
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