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Office of the Principal: Guardbridge Energy Centre & District Heating Network

University of St Andrews | Published October 9, 2015
Winner
Vital Energi
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45232100, 45232141, 65410000, 09323000, 45232150, 42515000

The University is seeking to appoint a contractor for the Design, Construction and Operation of an Energy Centre and District Heating Network. The University wishes to develop a low carbon energy system to provide heat to its campus at the North Haugh and potentially other University buildings in the area. CPV: 45232100, 45232141, 65410000, 09323000, 45232150, 42515000.

Office of the Principal: Guardbridge Energy Centre and District Heating Network.

University of St Andrews | Published October 14, 2015
Winner
Vital Energi
cpvs
45232100, 45232141, 65410000, 09323000, 45232150, 42515000

The University is seeking to appoint a contractor for the Design, Construction and Operation of an Energy Centre and District Heating Network. The University wishes to develop a low carbon energy system to provide heat to its campus at the North Haugh and potentially other University buildings in the area.

provision of Home Energy Review services on behalf of the Energy Efficiency Service

States of Jersey | Published April 27, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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30000000, 39000000, 72000000, 77000000, 83000000, 85141504

Tender for the provision of Home Energy Review services on behalf of the Energy Efficiency Service.

 

The States of Jersey is inviting suitably qualified surveyors to submit a tender to provide a HER (Home Energy Review) service for our grant programme.

The HER service is offered to applicants to the Home Energy Scheme who inhabit a flat or modern (built after 1996) property. Experience has shown that these property types typically do not qualify for the more significant improvement works highlighted in the grant works list above. The HER therefore provides an alternative service with a greater focus on behavioural change complimented by the provision of minor improvement works.

This Tender outlines the scope of the HER service and sets out the requirements for the Surveyor and the outputs required.

 

Tender closing date: 12:00noon Friday 15th May 2015

 

 

Sale of Energy from Waste Plant Equipment and Spares

States of Jersey | Published September 28, 2010  -  Deadline May 31, 2011
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23000000, 26000000

The Jersey Energy from waste plant was built in 1979 with 2 Martin Grate Boilers, in 1992 a third stream was added with a Von Roll Grate Boiler. This plant is to be decomissioned in mid 2011, so there will be a number of pieces of equipment and spares available for purchase. See attached file for examples of equipment that will be available. All equipment and spares will be sold as seen and without warranty, and the safe removal and transport from the site will be at the purchasers expense. The plant will continue to operate til approx end of November 2010, and will be kept available whilst a new plant is being commissioned. Potential purchasers are welcome to view the equipment running if required. the equipment will be sold either as multiple lots or one complete lot. 

SHINE Community Energy Advice Service

Citizens Advice 1066 | Published June 22, 2017  -  Deadline July 7, 2017
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71314300

Citizens Advice 1066 is seeking to procure the services of a suitably qualified supplier of community energy advice services who, as part of a company or organisation, can deliver a low-carbon home demonstration event combined with a community engagement programme focussed on behaviour change related to efficient energy consumption. The campaign will involve the promotion of community-led energy initiatives and the design of an effective community engagement strategy that will achieve an increased uptake of renewable energy systems and energy saving home improvements in St Leonards-on-Sea to reduce carbon.

SOJ-TTS-T-Piling Works to New EfW Stores Building

States of Jersey | Published October 12, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2015
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22000000, 22100000, 22101716, 22101900, 30000000, 30190000, 72000000, 72100000, 72101703, 72102303, 72102502, 72102504, 72130000, 72131500, 72131501, 72131502, 72131600, 72131601, 72131700, 72131702

This opportunity is open to on-island companies only.


Piling work required for new Energy from Waste Facility stores building.

 

SOG-EOI-PSD-Transportation of RDF from Guernsey – Bulk Shipments

States of Guernsey | Published October 10, 2014  -  Deadline October 27, 2014
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77000000, 78000000

Expressions of Interest and Indicative Quotation - Information for Suppliers

The States of Guernsey, through the Public Services Department, are considering options for the exportation of household and commercial waste which shall be processed and baled as Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF). In order to identify the optimum method for export, the Public Services Department is seeking expressions of interest from companies capable of a bulk shipment service for bales of RDF to an off-Island energy from waste facility, with indicative costs for this service.

If you wish to express an interest in this project and provide a quotation to the States of Guernsey, please review the specification below and complete the questionnaire and pricing schedule, Submissions should be returned via www.channelislandtenders.com by the deadline given on the e-Tender Portal.

The Public Services Department is in the process of procuring a Waste Transfer Station for the processing of residual waste to produce bales of RDF for export. This is expected to come into operation in 2016, with an estimated annual tonnage of up to 28,000 tonnes of baled RDF produced per annum. Although outside of the EU, Guernsey is party to the Basel Convention and shipments would be made in accordance with the EU Waste Shipment Regulations.

The shipping operator will be responsible for obtaining and maintaining the appropriate permits and consents and TFS documentation.

The purpose of this expression of interest is to identify interested companies and routes and confirm cost assumptions for the business case for the export of baled RDF, and may lead to a formal tender process for a contract with the States of Guernsey.

 

SOG-PSD-T-Guernsey Waste Management Project (DNWD-9CJHNS)

States of Guernsey | Published February 26, 2014  -  Deadline March 24, 2014
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77000000

In 2012, following extensive public engagement, the States of Guernsey approved a new waste strategy.  The States is committed to managing the island’s waste responsibly, focusing on minimising waste arising, achieving high levels of recycling, and exporting any waste that cannot be recycled for energy recovery.

To achieve these objectives the States, through its Public Services Department, intends to let contracts for the development and operation of key infrastructure facilities required to support waste management operations on the island.  These facilities will include a Materials Recovery Facility (MRF), an In-vessel Composting facility, and a Waste Transfer Station (which will treat residual waste to provide a baled Refuse-Derived Fuel for export).  It is currently planned that the services required will be provided through contracts with private sector operators (or consortia) to design, build and operate the facilities on States’ owned land.  One of the options is likely to include the MRF provided at an existing on-island site. There may be one comprehensive contract or separate contracts for each facility.  It is anticipated that the procurement of these facilities will launch in early 2014, with a view to having them operational in 2016.

The Department conducted an earlier Expression of Interest Exercise and held a “Bidders’ Day” in November 2013 to identify Bidders who might wish to be considered for the Department’s Waste Treatment Facilities project (the “Project”). This represented the first stage in a competitive tender process in accordance with States of Guernsey procurement procedures. This PQQ is made available to both those that previously expressed an interest and attended the Bidders’ Day, and any other potential Bidders, via the Channel Islands E-Tender Portal.

If you need further help please refer to the step by step guide attached, or alternatively please contact Lee Le Page on (01481) 717243

 

 

SOJ-DfI-T-Off Island Treatment and Recovery / Recycling of Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA) 2016

States of Jersey | Published March 15, 2016  -  Deadline March 29, 2016
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This procurement process seeks to establish a contract to receive and recover Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA) arising at the La Collette Energy from Waste facility.

Interested parties MUST register their interest and respond to the Request for Information by the given deadline.

 

IT Services: Guardbridge Data Centre & High Performance Computing

University of St Andrews | Published July 20, 2015
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72315100, 72317000, 45210000, 45214000, 48820000, 48823000, 48825000

The University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint a development partner for some or all of the following: Design, Build, Finance & Operate a Data Centre as part of the redevelopment of an industrial site at Guardbridge. Key objectives are anticipated as including: - contribute to the design of services/infrastructure to support outstanding computing facilities at the Guardbridge site that will create a transformational step-change in research impact for the University, designed around optimal use of energy generation, waste heat, and other resources that are available around the site, - provide market analysis of potential commercial demand for large-scale computing services ( e.g. high performance computing / data centre facilities) - design the HPC computing suite to support the research needs of the University, and allowing for future expansion and opportunities (including possible commercial use) - design the data centre suite to support the research and teaching needs of the university, and allowing for future expansion and opportunities (including possible commercial use) The facilities are expected to include both High Performance Computing (with associated research laboratories to advance innovation) and more general-purpose computing / data centre facilities to cover the long-term needs of the University and beyond. The University’s primary data centre houses much of the line of business systems and storage and has some limited used for research computing requirements such as high performance computing (HPC). The current facility is limited due to space and power constraints as it is located in the centre of St Andrews. A small DR site is located on the campus at the North Haugh where some critical services and data are replicated to. The new facility is expected to provide both a home for commercial business systems, to meet the current and future HPC needs of the University and commercial businesses. A 5000 node HPC system may be a target for HPC. In addition, new data labs to explore new computing research are being considered for the site. The facility will provide support for a portfolio of different computing needs across the university and a platform for advanced research. CPV: 72315100, 72317000, 45210000, 45214000, 48820000, 48823000, 48825000.

IT Services: Guardbridge Data Centre and High Performance Computing.

University of St Andrews | Published July 29, 2015
cpvs
72315100, 72317000, 45210000, 45214000, 48820000, 48823000, 48825000

The University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint a development partner for some or all of the following: Design, Build, Finance & Operate a Data Centre as part of the redevelopment of an industrial site at Guardbridge. Key objectives are anticipated as including: — contribute to the design of services/infrastructure to support outstanding computing facilities at the Guardbridge site that will create a transformational step-change in research impact for the University, designed around optimal use of energy generation, waste heat, and other resources that are available around the site, — provide market analysis of potential commercial demand for large-scale computing services (e.g. high performance computing / data centre facilities) — design the HPC computing suite to support the research needs of the University, and allowing for future expansion and opportunities (including possible commercial use) — design the data centre suite to support the research and teaching needs of the university, and allowing for future expansion and opportunities (including possible commercial use) The facilities are expected to include both High Performance Computing (with associated research laboratories to advance innovation) and more general-purpose computing / data centre facilities to cover the long-term needs of the University and beyond. The University's primary data centre houses much of the line of business systems and storage and has some limited used for research computing requirements such as high performance computing (HPC). The current facility is limited due to space and power constraints as it is located in the centre of St Andrews. A small DR site is located on the campus at the North Haugh where some critical services and data are replicated to. The new facility is expected to provide both a home for commercial business systems, to meet the current and future HPC needs of the University and commercial businesses. A 5000 node HPC system may be a target for HPC. In addition, new data labs to explore new computing research are being considered for the site. The facility will provide support for a portfolio of different computing needs across the university and a platform for advanced research.

IT Services: Guardbridge Data Centre and High Performance Computing.

University of St Andrews | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
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72315100, 72317000, 45210000, 45214000, 48820000, 48823000, 48825000

The University of St Andrews is seeking a transformational change in industry and academic engagement and impact. The Guardbridge site will be the main centre for industrial engagement activities going forward. It is the university's intention to develop the site to become a national and international recognised reference site for tomorrow's solutions on a community / regional basis, designed with an international focus. The University is keen to explore, with an external partner, the options for delivery of facility infrastructure for a data centre and HPC environment. The overall engagement may be via a joint venture arrangement, (or another commercial arrangement), proposing how value can be offered to the University. The Data Centre joint venture solution proposed would be able to be utilised as a framework agreement at defined charge levels/mechanisms by the University of St Andrews for their own use, private and 3rd sector organisations, and to APUC Ltd and UCSS Ltd as part of shared service solutions provided via APUC Ltd and/or UCSS Ltd for shared service delivery to members of these shared services organisations. The University will be particularly interested in those development partners who are willing to bring new technologies, research and investment to this initiative. The future facility will be required to support an expanding portfolio of computing needs from across the University, and as a platform for future advanced research. To deliver this requirement, the new data centre will need to consist of both a conventional data hall — to cover the long-term data computing and storage needs of the University — and an HPC suite, with associated research laboratories to advance innovation. HPC is developing as an ever more important requirement across many departments, to support both emerging ‘big data’ requirements and more general ‘heavy’ research compute demands. While the size of any HPC component remains open at this stage, a 750-1 000 node system may be a suitable initial target. In addition, the adjacent innovation hub at Guardbridge is likely to include a requirement for data labs to explore new computing research opportunities (likely to be accommodated within the overall data centre). The University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint a data centre development partner to address and deliver against these specific objectives: — To engage in the design, build, (part) finance and operation of a conventional data centre environment to support the existing and future needs of the University, and for external public sector and private use (including potential shared service and/or secure data hosting opportunities as detailed above). — To bring energy management expertise to the venture, specifically the capture of expelled data centre heat, to be integrated into a possible local district heating scheme across the Guardbridge site. — To bring new, novel and/or high impact research opportunities to the St Andrews, to enhance the University's National and International reputation. — To provide market analysis of potential commercial demand for public and private sector enterprise and HPC computing services. — To bring Telecoms operational and research expertise to the University — potentially associated with new developments in the area of ‘Network Defined Data Centres’ Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=412359

IT Services: Guardbridge Data Centre and High Performance Computing.

University of St Andrews | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
cpvs
72315100, 72317000, 45210000, 45214000, 48820000, 48823000, 48825000

The University of St Andrews is seeking a transformational change in industry and academic engagement and impact. The Guardbridge site will be the main centre for industrial engagement activities going forward. It is the university's intention to develop the site to become a national and international recognised reference site for tomorrow's solutions on a community / regional basis, designed with an international focus. The University is keen to explore, with an external partner, the options for delivery of facility infrastructure for a data centre and HPC environment. The overall engagement may be via a joint venture arrangement, (or another commercial arrangement), proposing how value can be offered to the University. The Data Centre joint venture solution proposed would be able to be utilised as a framework agreement at defined charge levels/mechanisms by the University of St Andrews for their own use, private and 3rd sector organisations, and to APUC Ltd and UCSS Ltd as part of shared service solutions provided via APUC Ltd and/or UCSS Ltd for shared service delivery to members of these shared services organisations. The University will be particularly interested in those development partners who are willing to bring new technologies, research and investment to this initiative. The future facility will be required to support an expanding portfolio of computing needs from across the University, and as a platform for future advanced research. To deliver this requirement, the new data centre will need to consist of both a conventional data hall — to cover the long-term data computing and storage needs of the University — and an HPC suite, with associated research laboratories to advance innovation. HPC is developing as an ever more important requirement across many departments, to support both emerging ‘big data’ requirements and more general ‘heavy’ research compute demands. While the size of any HPC component remains open at this stage, a 750-1 000 node system may be a suitable initial target. In addition, the adjacent innovation hub at Guardbridge is likely to include a requirement for data labs to explore new computing research opportunities (likely to be accommodated within the overall data centre). The University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint a data centre development partner to address and deliver against these specific objectives: — To engage in the design, build, (part) finance and operation of a conventional data centre environment to support the existing and future needs of the University, and for external public sector and private use (including potential shared service and/or secure data hosting opportunities as detailed above). — To bring energy management expertise to the venture, specifically the capture of expelled data centre heat, to be integrated into a possible local district heating scheme across the Guardbridge site. — To bring new, novel and/or high impact research opportunities to the St Andrews, to enhance the University's National and International reputation. — To provide market analysis of potential commercial demand for public and private sector enterprise and HPC computing services. — To bring Telecoms operational and research expertise to the University — potentially associated with new developments in the area of ‘Network Defined Data Centres’ Note: To register your interest in this notice and obtain any additional information please visit the Public Contracts Scotland Web Site at http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/Search/Search_Switch.aspx?ID=412359

IT Services: Guardbridge Data Centre and High Performance Computing

University of St Andrews | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 27, 2015
cpvs
72315100, 72317000, 45210000, 45214000, 48820000, 48823000, 48825000

The University of St Andrews is seeking a transformational change in industry and academic engagement and impact. The Guardbridge site will be the main centre for industrial engagement activities going forward. It is the university’s intention to develop the site to become a national and international recognised reference site for tomorrow’s solutions on a community / regional basis, designed with an international focus. The University is keen to explore, with an external partner, the options for delivery of facility infrastructure for a data centre & HPC environment. The overall engagement may be via a joint venture arrangement, (or another commercial arrangement), proposing how value can be offered to the University. The Data Centre joint venture solution proposed would be able to be utilised as a framework agreement at defined charge levels/mechanisms by the University of St Andrews for their own use, private and 3rd sector organisations, and to APUC Ltd and UCSS Ltd as part of shared service solutions provided via APUC Ltd and/or UCSS Ltd for shared service delivery to members of these shared services organisations. The University will be particularly interested in those development partners who are willing to bring new technologies, research and investment to this initiative. The future facility will be required to support an expanding portfolio of computing needs from across the University, and as a platform for future advanced research. To deliver this requirement, the new data centre will need to consist of both a conventional data hall - to cover the long-term data computing and storage needs of the University - and an HPC suite, with associated research laboratories to advance innovation. HPC is developing as an ever more important requirement across many departments, to support both emerging ‘big data’ requirements and more general ‘heavy’ research compute demands. While the size of any HPC component remains open at this stage, a 750-1,000 node system may be a suitable initial target. In addition, the adjacent innovation hub at Guardbridge is likely to include a requirement for data labs to explore new computing research opportunities (likely to be accommodated within the overall data centre). The University of St Andrews is seeking to appoint a data centre development partner to address and deliver against these specific objectives: . To engage in the design, build, (part) finance and operation of a conventional data centre environment to support the existing and future needs of the University, and for external public sector and private use (including potential shared service and/or secure data hosting opportunities as detailed above). . . To bring energy management expertise to the venture, specifically the capture of expelled data centre heat, to be integrated into a possible local district heating scheme across the Guardbridge site. . To bring new, novel and/or high impact research opportunities to the St Andrews, to enhance the University’s National & International reputation. . To provide market analysis of potential commercial demand for public & private sector enterprise & HPC computing services. . To bring Telecoms operational and research expertise to the University – potentially associated with new developments in the area of ‘Network Defined Data Centres’ CPV: 72315100, 72317000, 45210000, 45214000, 48820000, 48823000, 48825000.

Tender for the provision of Quality Assurance Survey services on behalf of

States of Jersey | Published April 27, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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30000000, 39000000, 72000000, 77000000, 83000000, 85141504

Tender for for the provision of Quality Assurance Survey services on behalf of the Energy Efficiency Service.

 

The States of Jersey is inviting a number of suitably qualified surveyors to submit a tender to provide a QA service for our grant programme.

This Tender outlines the scope of the QA service and sets out the requirements for the Surveyor and the outputs required.

 

The closing date for this tender is: 12:00noon Friday 15th May 2015 (12noon)

 

SoJ - DfI - RFQ - Solid Waste CCTV Request for Quotation

States of Jersey | Published October 21, 2016  -  Deadline November 4, 2016
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43000000, 45000000, 46000000

DfI solid waste section is embarking on a programme of improvements to their CCTV systems. DfI have made the decision to implement the same recording platform across all sites and vendors will be expected to supply recording systems from this vendor. Suppliers have a free choice to specify the cameras provided they conform to the required specification in all aspects.


The scope of the project covers 5 distinct sites. These will be handled on a site by site basis. This RFQ relates to the new Household Recycling and Reuse Centre, recording system for the Energy from Waste Plant & recording system for La Collette Green Waste site.


The contract will be for the supply and install of CCTV recording equipment and cameras at the HRRC site, recording equipment at the EfW plant & recording equipment at the Green Waste site.



 

SOJ-T-Review of Cyber Security within Jersey

States of Jersey | Published August 26, 2014  -  Deadline September 19, 2014
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43000000, 80000000, 81000000, 81140000, 81160000

This project is to inform the development of the States of Jersey’s cyber security strategy. In this context cyber security comprises potential threats not just to areas such as data and systems in Government and businesses, but also to the Island’s critical infrastructure (which includes: communications, emergency services, energy, finance, food, government and public services, health, transport and water).

 

Therefore, the States of Jersey is seeking to commission an external consultancy to:

·           review the current status of Jersey’s cyber resilience including the critical national infrastructure, the States of Jersey and the private sector;

 

·           assess the main risks, threats and challenges Jersey faces regarding cyber security;

 

·           in doing so consider both ‘outsider’ and ‘insider’ threats;

 

·           identify cyber security priorities for Jersey;

 

·           consider approaches to enhancing Jersey’s cyber resilience, including across its critical national infrastructure;

 

·           identify areas of potential cooperation between the States of Jersey and the UK government; and

 

  • recommend next steps for the States of Jersey and, where appropriate, other key stakeholders. This would include the resources that will be needed to implement any cyber security strategy and a recommendation of which department(s) would be best placed to deliver the strategy.
 

SOG-C&L-T-The Supply, Installation & Maintenance of a Gas Fired Combined Heat & Power Unit (DNWD-9D7D87)

States of Guernsey | Published November 8, 2013  -  Deadline November 22, 2013
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30000000, 72000000

The States of Guernsey is the name given to the Government of the Island of Guernsey in the Channel Islands. The States of Guernsey is divided into ten Departments of which the Culture & Leisure Department is one. 

The Culture and Leisure Department delivers a very diverse range of services that interact in some way with every resident in the Island. In particular it runs the Beau Sejour Leisure Centre in St Peter Port which is a Sports and Leisure facility with two swimming pools, sports halls, fitness centre and multi functional areas for catered functions and entertainment.

All Departments within the States of Guernsey have been tasked with reducing their energy bills. Combined Heat & Power has been selected as one of the routes to achieving this goal at Beau Sejour

The Department wishes to install an 80kWe gas* fired Combined Heat and Power unit and associated equipment, to provide low temperature hot water to supplement that produced by the Leisure Centre’s boiler plant, and generate electricity in parallel with the main electricity supply. 

*Please note the no natural gas is available in the Island and the local gas utility supplies a mains gas which is an LPG / air mix with a low CV of approximately 27MJ/m3 

SOJ-TTS-T-Haulage of Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA) from Jersey to specified outlets within the European Union

States of Jersey | Published October 3, 2013  -  Deadline November 15, 2013
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States of Jersey Transport and Technical Services (TTS) Department

 

Expressions of Interest for Exporting Incinerator Bottom Ash (IBA) from Jersey to specified outlets within the European Union.

 

TTS would like to invite expressions of interest from contractors able to haul IBA from Jersey to specified outlets within the European Union by various means including but not limited to;

  • Sea
  • Road
  • Rail
  • Other

The States of Jersey produces approximately 15000 tonnes of IBA per year from the treatment of municipal solid waste (MSW) and commercial waste that is similar in nature to MSW. Jersey’s energy from waste (EfW) facility began full scale operation in 2011 and incorporates gas cleaning that enables emissions to meet the limits established in the EU Waste Incineration Directive (replaced by the EU Industrial Emissions Directive).

The States of Jersey has a need to implement a new regular export arrangement. This will form the States of Jersey’s long term strategy to manage IBA.

There has been no analysis of the IBA to confirm waste classification or whether the IBA produced on Island is hazardous or not. However prior to this analysis being undertaken it is expected that the IBA produced on Island will be classified under EWC code 19 01 12.

Because this material will be exported for recovery / recycling only, there is no restriction on where it can be sent within the European Union. Therefore expressions of interest are invited from all companies at this point regardless of location.

Tender documents are not available yet but will be available for completion from the beginning of November. By registering an interest now you will be automatically notified when tender documents are available.

There will be a requirement to attend a tender seminar on Island during the tender process.

 

SOJ-TTS-T-On-site Movement and Repackaging of Bagged APCr

States of Jersey | Published November 22, 2013  -  Deadline December 4, 2013
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It is no longer a requirement to attend site on 05/12/13 for an official tender seminar. Instead the department requests that if you feel you need to visit site, tenderers make their own arrangements to visit site to gain an understanding of the specific logistical challenges of the contract before their tender is submitted.

In order to arrange a site visit please contact Denis Van Der Vliet on 01534 448598 or Gary Davies on 01534 448537.
Every effort will be made to accomodate your request however due to work load the Department may not be able to facilitate all requests. Should tenderers have any specific questions surrounding the detail of the tender they may raise the question via the E-Portal in the usual way.

Since 2011 Air Pollution Control residues (“APCr) produced by the cleaning of flue gases at the La Collette energy-from-waste plant have been disposed of at the La Collette reclamation site in Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (“FIBCs”) in a hazardous waste cell (“Cell 33”).

 

The Authority now wishes to transport the APCr stored in Cell 33 to the UK (or other EU country) for disposal or recovery (re-use).

 

To facilitate the shipping from Jersey, the condition, stability and labeling of the FIBCs containing APCr in Cell 33 is to be improved, and the FIBCs are to be moved to a location ready for loading onto transportation for shipping.

 

In Brief the selected contractor will be responsible for;

·         the safe movement of FIBCs within Cell 33 and La Collette area including extraction from the cell;

 

·         Placing of existing undamaged FIBC’s into an overbag (supplied by the Authority), tying the overbag securely and then onto a pallet for wrapping in preparation for transport off site by others;

·         Transferring the contents of damaged FIBC’s into new undamaged FIBC’s to include the design, installation and use of equipment and machinery needed to carry out this operation. Once re bagged, over bagged and tied securely the bag will be placed onto a pallet for wrapping in preparation by others.

·         The safe transportation of palletized FIBCs to the nominated storage area;

·         The Wrapping and labelling of palletized FIBC’s at the nominated storage area (labels will be supplied by the Authority); and

·         The management of palletized FIBCs within the nominated storage area to make efficient use of the space available.

In depth specification is available within the tender documents.