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Current Industry Capability to treat PFAS contaminated soil

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published November 10, 2017  -  Deadline December 5, 2017
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47100000

Industry is invited to respond to this Request for Information in relation to Defence seeking to understand Industry capability to treat per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contaminated soil. Defence’s objective in conducting this RFI is to gain insights and appreciation of what industry is able to do and its capacity to do so in treating PFAS impacted soil and sediment. Defence is remediating soil and sediment affected by PFAS contamination associated with the use, storage and waste management of historical Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) products. The nature of the information being sought from Industry spans, but is not limited to, the following areas: expertise; technologies available; capability and capacity; systems effectiveness; and waste product management. Conditions for Participation: Respondents should be in businesses involved in the treatment of contaminated soil and sediment management and disposal.

Stony Head Training Area - General Works

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published September 16, 2015  -  Deadline October 30, 2015
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72100000

Road Remediation Works, Bush Fire Management Works, Firing Range Remediation works and Plumbing Works. Works at Stony Head Training Area include (but are not limited to): • Regrade the existing gravel road, reshape and regrade the existing open drainage channels, clean out existing culvert crossings; and weed, grass and vegetation control (9Km approximate); • Excavation and the mechanical separation of stop butt at the Stony Head Firing Range, disposal of Class 3 contaminated soil and replacement with a clean fill and reinstate turf surface; and • Fire Management Plan implementation works which involves slashing/ploughing of weed/vegetation each side of fire trails for a distance of approximately 60km. Maintenance of fuel break areas for an approximate distance of 26km.

Buckland Military Training Area and Fort Direction Camp – General Works

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published August 18, 2015  -  Deadline September 18, 2015
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72100000

Regrade of gravel roads, remediation of Lead Contamination at Firing Range and implementation of Fire Management Plan. Works at Fort Direction Camp include (but are not limited to): - Provision of a new gravelled car park area, regrade gravel driveway and repair & top up gravel road (150m long approximate); and - Retrofit all openings and aperture of six buildings to achieve the required ember protection level. Works at Buckland Military Training Area include (but are not limited to): - Regrade the existing gravel road, reshape and regrade the existing open drainage channels, clean out existing culvert crossings; and weed, grass and vegetation control (3.5Km approximate); - Excavation and the mechanical separation of stop butts at the Buckland Firing Range, disposal of Class 3 contaminated soil and replacement with a clean fill and reinstate turf surface; and - Fire Management Plan implementation works which involves slashing/ploughing of fire break areas and weed management for a distance of approximately 12km. Provide a 6m wide fire break for an approximate distance of 20km.

JP157 Aviation Refuelling Vehicles Facilities - Head Contract

Department of Defence - DSRG | Published April 11, 2018  -  Deadline May 22, 2018
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72100000

The proposed facilities to be delivered include the following elements: RAAF Base Amberley An extension to the existing hardstand is to be constructed on the south eastern end of the fuelling area. This extension will be approximately 174 m2. RAAF Base Townsville Work Site 1 has two shelters. Shelter one is 1034 m2 with a bunded hardstand of 1018 m2. Access to the shelter will require the installation of 2182 m2 of asphalt pavement and associated fill. The stormwater system modifications include the removal of an existing triple interceptor and replacement with an 8000 L SPEL Puraceptor as well as the installation of additional stormwater inlets and associated pipework. Shelter two is 454 m2 over existing hardstand. Three fire hydrants will be provided to ensure hydrant coverage of the new structures as well as three hose reels and three safety showers. Security Fence modifications are required around the facility. 5th Army Aviation Regiment, RAAF Townsville The shelter is 233 m2 over existing hardstand. Re-caulking and resealing of the existing hardstand will be required. Upgrades to the fire protection will include the provision of a hose reel and powder extinguisher on the structure and replacement of single head hydrant for dual head hydrants. RAAF Base Williamtown Shelter 1 is 2297 m2 over existing hardstand and includes the construction of a central fire wall. The existing kerbing is to be removed and new kerbing installed to redefine the parking bays The stormwater system modifications include the installation and amendment to existing drainage infrastructure. Shelter 2 is 278 m2 with a bunded hardstand. Access to the shelter will require the installation of 445 m2 of concrete pavement. Three fire hydrants will be provided to ensure hydrant coverage of the new structures as well as four hose reels, powder fire extinguishers and two safety showers. Security fence modifications and one gate will be required around the facility. RAAF Base Richmond The shelter is 1093 m2. The existing concrete hardstand is to be extended 1632 m2. The stormwater system modifications include the installation of an ACO drain, an additional stormwater inlet and associated pipework. Two fire hydrants will be removed, two existing single headed fire hydrants will be replaced with dual and one new fire hydrant will be installed. A relocated DN150 water main will provide flows to three hose reels and a safety shower. An existing safety will also be replaced with new. The site will be surrounded by a new Class 2 security fence. 6th Army Aviation Regiment, Holsworthy Barracks The shelter is 278 m2, with a 173 m2 bunded hardstand. Access to the shelter will require the extension of the existing concrete pavement by an area of 773 m2. The stormwater system modifications include the installation of additional stormwater inlets and associated pipework to a new 8000 L SPEL Puraceptor. A new fire hydrant shall be installed and provided flows via a new DN110 water main. The site will be surrounded by a new Class 2 security fence and three additional gates will be installed. RAAF Base Darwin Work Site 1 has a new shelter which is 380 m2 with 256 m2 bunded hardstand. An additional concrete access roadway of 40 m2 is required. The stormwater system modifications include the installation of additional stormwater inlets and associated pipework. A new DN160 water main (approximately 695m in length) will supply flows to a new hydrant and existing. The new and existing structure will both have a hose reel, powder fire extinguisher and safety shower provided. Existing Building 659 hardstand will be recalked and resealed and bunding shall be provided. A new fire hose reel will be installed at existing Building 801. Work Site 2 will consist of a 24 m2 extension to the existing hardstand and pavement marking for traffic control. A gable end will be provided to reduce the amount of wind blown rainwater that enters the building. 1st Army Aviation Regiment, Robertson Barracks The shelter is 278 m2 with a 172 m2 bunded hardstand. Access to the shelter will require 958 m2 of concrete pavement. The stormwater system modifications include the installation of additional stormwater inlets and associated pipework. The new structure will have a hose reel, powder fire extinguisher and safety shower. A new fire hydrant is to also be installed. RAAF Base Tindal Work Site 1 will consist of a 66 m2 extension to the hardstand and will include associated pavement marking for traffic control. Work Site 2 has a 131 m2 shelter for a cantilever structure over an existing hardstand. The new shelter requires a powder fire extinguisher, hydrant installation and installation of a hose reel at existing Building 461. RAAF Base Learmonth The shelter is 650 m2 with a 485 m2 bunded hardstand. Access to the shelter will require the installation of 1499.5 m2 of concrete pavement and associated fill. The stormwater system modifications include the installation of additional stormwater inlets, associated pipework and a table drain with a rock scour outlet. The new structure will have a hose reel and safety shower. A fire water tank, two hydrants and associated pipework would be installed by variation only. RAAF Base Curtin A painted line in the bunded area is to be provided. HMAS STIRLING The shelter is 278 m2 with a 173 m2 bunded hardstand. Access to the shelter will require an extension of 284 m2 of asphalt pavement within the DFI. The alignment of Brighton Road will need to be widened with 225 m2 of asphalt. The stormwater system modifications include the installation of additional stormwater inlets and associated pipework and pumps. The new structure will have a safety shower, hose reel and powder fire extinguishers. The realignment of an existing pathway will require 124 m2 of asphalt. Security fence modifications including a sliding gate will also be provided. RAAF Base Edinburgh The shelter is 1950 m2 with a 1846 m2 bunded hardstand. The stormwater system modifications include the installation of an ACO drain to the existing grated drains. A new DN160 water main (approximately 222 m in length) will supply flows to a hydrant. A relocated DN150 water main will provide flows to three hose reels and two safety showers. The site will be surrounded by a new Class 2 security fence. Woomera Test Facility The shelter is 278 m2 with a 173 m2 bunded hardstand. Access to the shelter will require the removal of existing concrete pavement and installation of 791 m2 of concrete pavement. The stormwater system modifications include the removal of a non-compliant humeceptor and replacement with an 8000 L SPEL Puraceptor as well as the installation of additional stormwater inlets and associated pipework. Two new water connections will be provided to accommodate a hose reel, safety showers and two hydrants located near the structure. A new 118 m2 bunded hardstand will be constructed at the fuel transfer area. RMAF Base Butterworth The existing slab at the offloading, dispensing areas and current maintenance bay will be repaired by caulking and resealing a section of the slab. Alteration of the pipework will occur to allow the dimensional fit of the new ARVs within the existing hardstand. Management of contaminated soil from excavations are required at a number of the sites.
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