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Collocation of production environment (hosting).

Agency for Real Estate Cadastre | Published October 1, 2014  -  Deadline November 5, 2014
cpvs
64226000

Collocation of production environment (hosting).

Colocation facilities for production environment

Agency for Real Estate Cadastre | Published October 22, 2016
Winner
Makedonski Telekom AD
cpvs
72222300

Colocation facilities for production environment.

Colocation facilities for production environment

Agency for Real Estate Cadastre | Published July 2, 2016  -  Deadline July 18, 2016
cpvs
72222300

Colocation facilities for production environment.

Maintenance and development of the Integrated Tariff Environment (ITE).

Customs Administration of the Republic of Macedonia | Published December 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
50324100

Maintenance and development of the Integrated Tariff Environment (ITE).

IPA — Small-scale, low-cost, environment-friendly irrigation schemes: sites selection and preparation of full work tender dossier

Den Europæiske Union | Published December 31, 2016  -  Deadline February 3, 2017
cpvs
71240000, 71313000, 73420000, 71248000

IPA — Small-scale, low-cost, environment-friendly irrigation schemes: sites selection and preparation of full work tender dossier

IAAS Services for hosting of information system (ESPP) on virtual environment and implementation of complete ‘cloud’ solution

Public Procurement Bureau | Published August 18, 2016
Winner
Makedonski Telekom AD Skopje
cpvs

IAAS Services for hosting of information system (ESPP) on virtual environment and implementation of complete ‘cloud’ solution.

IAAS services for hosting of information system (ESPP) on virtual environment and implementation of complete ‘cloud’ solution.

Public Procurement Bureau | Published March 5, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
cpvs
72416000, 72411000

IAAS services for hosting of information system (ESPP) on virtual environment and implementation of complete ‘cloud’ solution.

Upgrade of existing private cloud infrastructure with configuration and migration of applications and desktops to virtual environment and other computer equipment

Central Register of Republic of Macedonia | Published July 6, 2016
Winner
Asseco SEE DOOEL Skopje
cpvs
48800000

Upgrade of existing private cloud infrastructure with configuration and migration of applications and desktops to virtual environment and other computer equipment.

Upgrade of the existing private cloud infrastructure, including configuration and migration of applications and desktops to virtual environment and other computer equipment.

Central Register of Republic of Macedonia | Published December 30, 2015  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
cpvs
30233000, 30233132, 30237460, 30237410, 32342100

Upgrade of the existing private cloud infrastructure, including configuration and migration of applications and desktops to virtual environment and other computer equipment.

IPA — Small-scale, low-cost, environment friendly irrigation schemes: sites selection and preparation of full work tender dossier

Den Europæiske Union | Published July 28, 2015
cpvs

IPA — Small-scale, low-cost, environment friendly irrigation schemes: sites selection and preparation of full work tender dossier

Procurement of parts to put into operation the instruments in the Central Laboratory of the Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning, their servicing and training of the staff in the operation of instruments.

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published March 10, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
cpvs
34913000

Technical Specifications.

Consumables for AAS — 55B and 220Z or equivalent

1 Graphite electrodes, Zeeman GFAA 1 Pair or equivalent for graphite furnace of atomic absorber

2 Graphite shroud, Zeeman GFAA 1/pk for atomic absorber or equivalent

3 Syringe 100 uL, for PSD-95/96/97/100 or equivalent for sample entry in the system

4 Capillary assembly PSD-95/96/97/100 pk/5 or equivalent to assemble the parts of the system

5 Graphite tubes, partitioned, 10/pk or equivalent for samples analysis

6 SEAL WORKHEAD LHS ZEEMAN or equivalent

7 SEAL WORKHEAD or equivalent

8 O RING 78 IDX 1- ODX116IN NIT or equivalent

9 GLASS QUARTZ WINDOW or equivalent for information recording

10 O-Ring STD size number 019 Viton or equivalent

11 Tubing and connector kit for VGA-77 1/pk or equivalent for sample conduction

12 Tubing VGA-76/77, GLS to abs. cell, 1/pk or equivalent for sample conduction

13 Mercury absorption cell VGA 76/77, 1/pk or equivalent

14 VGA-76/77 Hydride absorption cell. 2/pk or equivalent

15 Peri pump tubes, PVC, black/black. 12/pk or equivalent for sample conduction through peristaltic pump

16 Peri pump tubes, PVC, purple/black 12/pk or equivalent for sample conduction through peristaltic pump

17 Glass impact beads Mark V/VI/7. 5/pk or equivalent

18 Venturi for nebulizer, Mark 7, PEEK 1/pk or equivalent

19 Mark 7 spray chamber O-ring kit, aqueous or equivalent

20 3 service visits for preventive maintenance

21 Staff training in instrument operation

Consumables for ICP — OES Vista MPX or equivalent

1 KIT VISTA GAS FILTERS PM or equivalent for filtration of gases entering the system

2 Pre-optcs cone-Vista/700-ES axial ICPOES or equivalent

3 Torch one piece, axial 2.4mm id injector or equivalent to obtain plasma for samples analysis

4 Concentric glass nebulizer, SeaSpray 1/p or equivalent to form steam of fine drops for samples analysis

5 ICP s/chamber double-pass glass cyclonic or equivalent to mix sample with argon

6 Aqueous tubing kit axial ICP, conc/cycl or equivalent for hydro solutions

7 WORK COIL AXIAL ICP-ES SERIES II or equivalent to create conditions for flaming of the plasma of the instrument

8 Vacuum Tube 3CX1500D3 or equivalent

9 Peri pump tube 3 bridged grey/grey 12/pk or equivalent for sample conduction through peristaltic pump

10 WINDOW VUV DIA 58X3 TK or equivalent for the optic part of the instrument

11 SEAL BOOT WINDOW or equivalent for the optic part of the instrument

12 SEAL BOOT or equivalent

13 Calib Blank ICP-OES, MP-AES AAS 5pctHNO3 or equivalent for instrument calibration

14 Bottle ICP-OES Wavecal soln 500mL 5 ppm or equivalent for calibration of instrument wavelength

15 Service visits for preventive maintenance

16 Staff training in instrument operation

Consumables for microwave furnace model Ethos Touch of Milestone or equivalent

1 Set rotor with 12 cuvette for model Ethos touch of Milestone or equivalent for full combustion of samples for their further analysis

2 Temperature probe to measure the temperature in the furnace for samples combustion

3 Staff training in instrument operation.

‘Procurement of chemicals and precursors for the technological process in the wastewater treatment plant with 6-valent chromium in the village Jegunovce’.

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published December 9, 2015
Winner
Company for construction, manufacturing, wholesale and retail Elektrovodomont
cpvs
24310000, 24962000

The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning has set as priority the settlement of one of the biggest hotspots of Vardar River pollution and this is contamination with 6-valent chromium (Cr 6+) by the old industrial landfill in Jegunovce. The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning is implementing the project ‘Protection of Vardar River from contamination with chromium’. This project is part of the programme for environment reconstruction in South-Eastern Europe as segment of the Stability Pact. The treatment plant conducts treatment of waters contaminated with Cr 6+ in the vicinity of the village Jegunovce, collected by 3 individual systems, resulting from the former operation of HEK Jugohrom: 1. Ground waters polluted by production plants of HEK Jugohrom (as historical pollution); 2. Polluted ground and surface waters in the village Jegunovce; and 3. Polluted ground and leakage waters from the industrial landfill of HEK Jugohrom. Treatment of wastewaters containing Cr 6+ is carried out through technological process consisting of several chemical reactions. Under the agreement between MEPP and Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL from the village Jegunovce, 1 of the obligations of the MEPP is to cover the costs for consumed chemicals that are necessary for the technological process for treatment of wastewater containing Cr 6+. 2. Goal: The main goal of this project is to provide continuous operation of the wastewater treatment plant thus ensuring continuous treatment of polluted ground waters, decontamination of contaminated soils in the surrounding of the village Jegunovce and preventing polluted waters from the industrial landfill (both ground and leakage waste waters) to run directly into Vardar River. This will prevent possible pollution of the springs of Rasche which is the main source of water supply for the City of Skopje. Continuous operation of the treatment plant will be secured only by timely supply of required chemicals for the technological process of contaminated waters treatment. 3. Location: The location of the treatment plant is within the site of Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL — village Jegunovce, where polluted waters are brought by the three systems of different concentration of contamination. The populated place Jegunovce is located at a distance of 16 km from Tetovo and around 50 km from Skopje. 4. Functions of the system: 4.1. Description of the technological process of the treatment plant: The treatment plant performs treatment of waters contaminated with Cr 6+ from the 3 systems. The main process of treatment is reduction of the toxic Cr 6+ into significantly less toxic Cr 3+ which under normal conditions forms unsolvable compounds that are not dangerous for the environment. The system of treatment of waters contaminated with Cr 6+ consists of the following functional components: — Pumping station and equalization well. — Chromium reduction. — Neutralization. — Pumping station and equalization well. Polluted waters from wells, drainage systems and landfill are brought to the equalization tank where diffuse equalization of concentrations of Cr 6+ in the water is performed. The pump abstracts water from the equalization tank and it is transported to the treatment plant for further treatment. — Chromium reduction. Contaminated water from the equalization tank is brought to reduction tubes. Depending on pH value, sulphuric acid is dosed so that pH value is maintained below 2,5. By measuring of redox potential, Sodium disulfide is dosed. Through this process, Cr 6+ is reduced to Cr 3+. — Neutralization. Decontaminated water runs to the tube for first degree of neutralization. Depending on pH value, automatic dosing of calcined soda is made so that constant pH value is maintained at 8 1. At second degree of neutralization, final neutralization is made with pH value of 8,5 0,3. Upon the control of pH, water is discharged in the sewerage network. 4.2. Required chemicals: Required costs for chemicals depend on the treatment of water/concentration of contamination. To estimate the costs for chemicals, the Final Report on ‘Protection of land, surface and ground waters against pollution with chromium in the surrounding of Jegunovce’ was used, ‘GIUGLARIS039 — Recovery — EAR-SK; EU FWC LOT 6 Environment’, prepared by the expert Mr. Miroslav Chernak engaged by the European Reconstruction Agency, as well as the experience of ЕКОМАК from the operation of the treatment plant in the past.

‘Procurement of chemicals and precursors for the technological process in the wastewater treatment plant with 6 valent chromium in the village Jegunovce’.

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline October 13, 2015
cpvs
24310000, 24962000

The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning has set as priority the settlement of 1 of the biggest hotspots of Vardar River pollution and this is contamination with 6-valent chromium (Cr6+) by the old industrial landfill in Jegunovce. The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning is implementing the project ‘Protection of Vardar River from contamination with chromium’. This project is part of the programme for environment reconstruction in Southeastern Europe as segment of the Stability Pact. The treatment plant conducts treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+ in the vicinity of the village Jegunovce, collected by 3 individual systems, resulting from the former operation of HEK Jugohrom: 1. Ground waters polluted by production plants of HEK Jugohrom (as historical pollution), 2. Polluted ground and surface waters in the village Jegunovce, and 3. Polluted ground and leakage waters from the industrial landfill of HEK Jugohrom. Treatment of wastewaters containing Cr6+ is carried out through technological process consisting of several chemical reactions. Under the agreement between MEPP and Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL from the village Jegunovce, 1 of the obligations of the MEPP is to cover the costs for consumed chemicals that are necessary for the technological process for treatment of wastewater containing Cr6+. 2. Goal: The main goal of this project is to provide continuous operation of the wastewater treatment plant, thus ensuring continuous treatment of polluted ground waters, decontamination of contaminated soils in the surrounding of the village Jegunovce and preventing polluted waters from the industrial landfill (both ground and leakage wastewaters) to run directly into Vardar River. This will prevent possible pollution of the springs of Rasche which is the main source of water supply for the City of Skopje. Continuous operation of the treatment plant will be secured only by timely supply of required chemicals for the technological process of contaminated waters treatment. 3. Location: The location of the treatment plant is within the site of Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL — village Jegunovce, where polluted waters are brought by the 3 systems of different concentration of contamination. The populated place Jegunovce is located at a distance of 16 km from Tetovo and around 50 km from Skopje. 4. Functions of the System: 4.1. Description of the Technological Process of the Treatment Plant: The treatment plant performs treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+ from the 3 systems. The main process of treatment is reduction of the toxic Cr6+ into significantly less toxic Cr3+ which under normal conditions forms unsolvable compounds that are not dangerous for the environment. The system of treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+ consists of the following functional components: — Pumping station and equalization well, — Chromium reduction, — Neutralization, — Pumping station and equalization well. Polluted waters from wells, drainage systems and landfill are brought to the equalization tank where diffuse equalization of concentrations of Cr6+ in the water is performed. The pump abstracts water from the equalization tank and it is transported to the treatment plant for further treatment. Chromium Reduction: Contaminated water from the equalization tank is brought to reduction tubes. Depending on pH value, sulphuric acid is dosed so that pH value is maintained below 2,5. By measuring of redox potential, sodium disulphide is dosed. Through this process, Cr6+ is reduced to Cr3+. Neutralization: Decontaminated water runs to the tube for 1st degree of neutralization. Depending on pH value, automatic dosing of calcined soda is made so that constant pH value is maintained at 8,1. At 2nd degree of neutralization, final neutralization is made with pH value of 8,5; 0,3. Upon the control of pH, water is discharged in the sewerage network. 4.2. Required Chemicals: Required costs for chemicals depend on the treatment of water/concentration of contamination. To estimate the costs for chemicals, the Final Report on ‘Protection of land, surface and ground waters against pollution with chromium in the surrounding of Jegunovce’ was used, ‘GIUGLARIS039 — Recovery — EAR-SK; EU FWC LOT 6 Environment’, prepared by the expert Mr Miroslav Chernak engaged by the European Reconstruction Agency, as well as the experience of ЕКОМАК from the operation of the treatment plant in the past.

Procurement of chemicals and precursors for the technological process in the Wastewater Treatment Plant with 6 valent chromium in the village Jegunovce.

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published June 6, 2015  -  Deadline June 25, 2015
cpvs
24310000, 24962000

The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning has set as priority the settlement of one of the biggest hot-spots of Vardar River pollution and this is contamination with six-valent chromium (Cr6+) by the old industrial landfill in Jegunovce. The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning is implementing the project ‘Protection of Vardar River from contamination with chromium’. This project is part of the programme for environment reconstruction in Southeastern Europe as segment of the Stability Pact. The treatment plant conducts treatment of waters contaminated with Cr 6+ in the vicinity of the village Jegunovce, collected by 3 individual systems, resulting from the former operation of HEK Jugohrom: 1. Ground waters polluted by production plants of HEK Jugohrom (as historical pollution); 2. Polluted ground and surface waters in the village Jegunovce; and 3. Polluted ground and leakage waters from the industrial landfill of HEK Jugohrom. Treatment of wastewaters containing Cr6+ is carried out through technological process consisting of several chemical reactions. Under the agreement between MEPP and Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL from the village Jegunovce, one of the obligations of the MEPP is to cover the costs for consumed chemicals that are necessary for the technological process for treatment of wastewater containing Cr 6+. 2. Goal The main goal of this project is to provide continuous operation of the wastewater treatment plant thus ensuring continuous treatment of polluted ground waters, decontamination of contaminated soils in the surrounding of the village Jegunovce and preventing polluted waters from the industrial landfill (both ground and leakage waste waters) to run directly into Vardar River. This will prevent possible pollution of the springs of Rasche which is the main source of water supply for the City of Skopje. Continuous operation of the treatment plant will be secured only by timely supply of required chemicals for the technological process of contaminated waters treatment. 3. Location The location of the treatment plant is within the site of Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL — village Jegunovce, where polluted waters are brought by the three systems of different concentration of contamination. The populated place Jegunovce is located at a distance of 16 km from Tetovo and around 50 km from Skopje. 4. Functions of the system 4.1. Description of the technological process of the treatment plant The treatment plant performs treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+from the 3 systems. The main process of treatment is reduction of the toxic Cr6+ into significantly less toxic Cr3+ which under normal conditions forms unsolvable compounds that are not dangerous for the environment. The system of treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+ consists of the following functional components: Pumping station and equalization well Chromium reduction neutralization Pumping station and equalization well Polluted waters from wells, drainage systems and landfill are brought to the equalization tank where diffuse equalization of concentrations of Cr6+in the water is performed. The pump abstracts water from the equalization tank and it is transported to the treatment plant for further treatment. Chromium reduction Contaminated water from the equalization tank is brought to reduction tubes. Depending on pH value, sulfuric acid is dosed so that pH value is maintained below 2,5. By measuring of redox potential, Sodium disulfide is dosed. Through this process, Cr6+ is reduced to Cr 3+. Neutralization Decontaminated water runs to the tube for 1st degree of neutralization. Depending on pH value, automatic dosing of calcined soda is made so that constant pH value is maintained at 8 1. At second degree of neutralization, final neutralization is made with pH value of 8,5 0,3. Upon the control of pH, water is discharged in the sewerage network. 4.2. Required chemicals Required costs for chemicals depend on the treatment of water/concentration of contamination. To estimate the costs for chemicals, the Final Report on ‘Protection of land, surface and ground waters against pollution with chromium in the surrounding of Jegunovce’ was used, ‘GIUGLARIS039 — Recovery — EAR-SK; EU FWC LOT 6 Environment’, prepared by the expert Mr Miroslav Chernak engaged by the European Reconstruction Agency, as well as the experience of ЕКОМАК from the operation of the treatment plant in the past.

Procurement of information technology equipment

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published November 25, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
cpvs
30213000, 30213100, 30230000, 30232110, 38652100, 30216110, 63121100, 30233130

Subject of this Contract shall be procurement and delivery of information technology equipment for the purposes of the Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning. The equipment should be new, unused, original, fully configured and with guarantee provided by manufacturer. Clones and repaired equipment will be unacceptable.

All defects on the equipment within the guarantee term shall be eliminated by the tenderer free of charge on the location of the beneficiary or in its service if such need arises and this shall be completed within 48 hours for all calendar days, i.e. 24/7 service support.

The tenderer should specify in detail the guarantee term and conditions of guarantee.

The minimum technical characteristics of the information technology equipment are provided in the Macedonian version of the tender documentation published on the ESPP (https://e-nabavki.gov.mk ).

Procurement of chemicals and precursors for the technological process in the waste-water treatment plant with 6-valent chromium in the village Jegunovce

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published August 20, 2016
Winner
Company for Construction, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Elektrovodomont
cpvs

The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning has set as priority the settlement of 1 of the biggest hotspots of Vardar River pollution and this is contamination with 6-valent chromium (Cr6+) by the old industrial landfill in Jegunovce. The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning is implementing the project ‘Protection of Vardar River from contamination with chromium’. This project is part of the programme for environment reconstruction in South-eastern Europe as segment of the Stability Pact. The treatment plant conducts treatment of waters contaminated with Cr 6+ in the vicinity of the village Jegunovce, collected by 3 individual systems, resulting from the former operation of HEK Jugohrom:

1. Ground waters polluted by production plants of HEK Jugohrom (as historical pollution);

2. Polluted ground and surface waters in the village Jegunovce; and

3. Polluted ground and leakage waters from the industrial landfill of HEK Jugohrom.

Treatment of waste-waters containing Cr6+ is carried out through technological process consisting of several chemical reactions. Under the agreement between MEPP and Jugohrom Ferro-alloys DOOEL from the village Jegunovce, 1 of the obligations of the MEPP is to cover the costs for consumed chemicals that are necessary for the technological process for treatment of waste-water containing Cr6+.

2. Goal:

The main goal of this project is to provide continuous operation of the waste-water treatment plant thus ensuring continuous treatment of polluted ground waters, decontamination of contaminated soils in the surrounding of the village Jegunovce and preventing polluted waters from the industrial landfill (both ground and leakage waste waters) to run directly into Vardar River. This will prevent possible pollution of the springs of Rasche which is the main source of water supply for the City of Skopje. Continuous operation of the treatment plant will be secured only by timely supply of required chemicals for the technological process of contaminated waters treatment.

3. Location:

The location of the treatment plant is within the site of Jugohrom Ferro-alloys DOOEL — village Jegunovce, where polluted waters are brought by the 3 systems of different concentration of contamination. The populated place Jegunovce is located at a distance of 16 km from Tetovo and around 50 km from Skopje.

4. Functions of the System:

4.1. Description of the technological process of the treatment plant:

The treatment plant performs treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+from the 3 systems. The main process of treatment is reduction of the toxic Cr6+ into significantly less toxic Cr3+ which under normal conditions forms unsolvable compounds that are not dangerous for the environment. The system of treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+ consists of the following functional components:

Pumping station and equalization well;

Chromium reduction;

Neutralization;

Pumping station and equalization well:

Polluted waters from wells, drainage systems and landfill are brought to the equalization tank where diffuse equalization of concentrations of Cr6+in the water is performed. The pump abstracts water from the equalization tank and it is transported to the treatment plant for further treatment;

Chromium reduction:

Contaminated water from the equalization tank is brought to reduction tubes. Depending on pH value, sulphuric acid is dosed so that pH value is maintained below 2,5. By measuring of redox potential, Sodium disulphide is dosed. Through this process, Cr6+ is reduced to Cr 3+;

Neutralization:

Decontaminated water runs to the tube for 1st degree of neutralization. Depending on pH value, automatic dosing of calcined soda is made so that constant pH value is maintained at 8 1. At 2nd degree of neutralization, final neutralization is made with pH value of 8,5 0,3. Upon the control of pH, water is discharged in the sewerage network.

4.2. Required chemicals:

Required costs for chemicals depend on the treatment of water/concentration of contamination. To estimate the costs for chemicals, the Final Report on ‘Protection of land, surface and ground waters against pollution with chromium in the surrounding of Jegunovce’ was used, ‘GIUGLARIS039 — Recovery — EAR-SK; EU FWC Lot 6 Environment’, prepared by the expert Mr Miroslav Chernak engaged by the European Reconstruction Agency, as well as the experience of ЕКОМАК from the operation of the treatment plant in the past.

Procurement of chemicals and precursors for the technological process in the wastewater treatment plant with 6-valent chromium in the village Jegunovce

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published June 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 29, 2016
cpvs
24310000, 24962000

The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning has set as priority the settlement of 1 of the biggest hotspots of Vardar River pollution and this is contamination with 6-valent chromium (Cr6+) by the old industrial landfill in Jegunovce.

The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning is implementing the project ‘Protection of Vardar River from contamination with chromium’. This project is part of the programme for environment reconstruction in Southeastern Europe as segment of the Stability Pact.

The treatment plant conducts treatment of waters contaminated with Cr 6+ in the vicinity of the village Jegunovce, collected by 3 individual systems, resulting from the former operation of HEK Jugohrom:

1. Ground waters polluted by production plants of HEK Jugohrom (as historical pollution),

2. Polluted ground and surface waters in the village Jegunovce, and

3. Polluted ground and leakage waters from the industrial landfill of HEK Jugohrom.

Treatment of wastewaters containing Cr6+ is carried out through technological process consisting of several chemical reactions.

Under the agreement between MEPP and Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL from the village Jegunovce, 1 of the obligations of the MEPP is to cover the costs for consumed chemicals that are necessary for the technological process for treatment of wastewater containing Cr 6+.

2.Goal.

The main goal of this project is to provide continuous operation of the wastewater treatment plant thus ensuring continuous treatment of polluted ground waters, decontamination of contaminated soils in the surrounding of the village Jegunovce and preventing polluted waters from the industrial landfill (both ground and leakage waste waters) to run directly into Vardar River. This will prevent possible pollution of the springs of Rasche which is the main source of water supply for the City of Skopje.

Continuous operation of the treatment plant will be secured only by timely supply of required chemicals for the technological process of contaminated waters treatment.

3. Location.

The location of the treatment plant is within the site of Jugohrom Ferroalloys DOOEL — village Jegunovce, where polluted waters are brought by the 3 systems of different concentration of contamination.

The populated place Jegunovce is located at a distance of 16 km from Tetovo and around 50 km from Skopje.

4. Functions of the system.

4.1. Description of the technological process of the treatment plant.

The treatment plant performs treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+from the 3 systems. The main process of treatment is reduction of the toxic Cr6+ into significantly less toxic Cr3+ which under normal

conditions forms unsolvable compounds that are not dangerous for the environment. The system of treatment of waters contaminated with Cr6+ consists of the following functional components:

Pumping station and equalization well.

Chromium reduction.

Neutralization.

Pumping station and equalization well.

Polluted waters from wells, drainage systems and landfill are brought to the equalization tank where diffuse equalization of concentrations of Cr6+in the water is performed. The pump abstracts water from the equalization tank and it is transported to the treatment plant for further treatment.

Chromium reduction.

Contaminated water from the equalization tank is brought to reduction tubes. Depending on pH value, sulfuric acid is dosed so that pH value is maintained below 2,5. By measuring of redox potential, Sodium disulfide is dosed. Through this process, Cr6+ is reduced to Cr 3+.

Neutralization.

Decontaminated water runs to the tube for first degree of neutralization. Depending on pH value, automatic dosing of calcined soda is made so that constant pH value is maintained at 8 1.

At second degree of neutralization, final neutralization is made with pH value of 8,5 0,3.

Upon the control of pH, water is discharged in the sewerage network.

4.2. Required chemicals.

Required costs for chemicals depend on the treatment of water/concentration of contamination. To estimate the costs for chemicals, the Final Report on ‘Protection of land, surface and ground waters against pollution with chromium in the surrounding of Jegunovce’ was used, ‘GIUGLARIS039 — Recovery — EAR-SK; EU FWC LOT 6 Environment’, prepared by the expert Mr. Miroslav Chernak engaged by the European Reconstruction Agency, as well as the experience of ЕКОМАК from the operation of the treatment plant in the past.

Procurement of goods — servers for virtual operating system for applicative environments, central data storage and services for installation and integration of the production system, according to the technical specification

Republic of Macedonia, Ministry of Justice, Office for Management of Registers of births, marriages and deaths | Published November 15, 2016  -  Deadline November 29, 2016
cpvs
44316400, 48820000, 72317000

Procurement of goods — servers for virtual operating system for applicative environments, central data storage and services for installation and integration of the production system, according to the technical specification.

Supervision of construction works and equipping of 77 physical education facilities in primary and secondary schools within the Project for construction and equipping of 145 physical education facilities

Ministry of Education and Science | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
cpvs
71520000

Supervision of construction works and equipping of 77 physical education facilities in primary and secondary schools within the Project for construction and equipping of 145 physical education facilities.

Basic data on the physical education facilities models for which the supervision activities are needed are given in Table 1, and the list of locations/construction sites is given in Table 2 from tender documentation.

Contractual obligations of the economic operator in the process of contract implementation shall be

— To make certain that the contractor performs the basic construction requirements and all other conditions determined in the design documents, Construction Law and other relevant laws and bylaws,

— To make certain that the contractor operates under Macedonian standards that are in compliance with European standards.

— To determine that all construction workers are regularly employed and possess all the required licenses and authorizations.

— To make certain that the contractor uses materials with technical characteristics and other technical requirements in accordance with the investors requirements described in the bills of quantities.

— To make certain that the contractor provides attests certifications for the embedded materials, as well as results from analysis for quality control of the construction materials

— To make certain that the contractor abides under all instructions provided by the supervising engineers in relation to movement of equipment, material and work force.

— To conduct regular checking, control of quantities of works in the interim certificates and in the final certificate based on their record and/or measurement of quantities and data from the construction record book and construction diary,

— To conduct regular control of construction works in terms of quality and quantity, in accordance with the design documents and construction work plan.

— To conduct regular check, control and verification of the construction record book completed by the contractor,

— To submit to the investor monthly reports for construction activities entered in the monthly interim certificate/invoice, as well as final supervising report as an appendix to the technical/operational acceptance certificate

— To make certain that safety and security measures for people, materials and environment are followed on daily basis.

— To inform the investor on all defects and/or irregularities observed in the course of construction and record them in the construction diary,

— To provide opinion on the suggestions made by the contractor, and offer solutions in case of unclear or undefined positions/items.

— To be regularly present at the construction site.

Procurement of spare parts for the measuring instruments for the purposes of the state automatic ambient air quality monitoring system.

Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning | Published November 26, 2015
Winner
Company of Marketing, Consulting, Production and Services RBC MEDIA
cpvs
38300000, 34913000

The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning of the Republic of Macedonia needs to procure spare parts for measuring instruments for the purposes of the State Automatic Ambient Air Quality Monitoring System. Detailed description of the subject of the contract is contained in Technical specifications which are integral part of the tender documentation, published on https://e-nabavki.gov.mk/PublicAccess/Home.aspx#/home. Spare parts should be able for building in existing measuring instruments, as follows: — Thermo Environmental Instruments, model: 42C NO-NO2-NOx (chemiluminiscence) analyzer — (Nitrogen oxides analyzer; Measuring method: MKC EN 14211:2006 Air quality — Standard method for measurement of the concentration of nitrogen dioxide and nitrogen monoxide by chemiluminiscence (identical with MKC EN 14211:2005 or equivalent); — Thermo Environmental Instruments, model: 43C SO2 (pulsed fluorescence) analyzer — (Measuring method: MKC EN 14212:2006 Air quality — Standard method for measurement of the concentration of sulphur dioxide by ultra-violet fluorescence (identical with MKC EN 14212:2005 or equivalent); — Thermo Environmental Instruments, model: 48C CO (gas filter correlation) analyzer — (Carbon monoxide analyzer; Measuring method: МКС EN 14626:2006 Air quality — Standard method for measurement of the concentration of carbon monoxide non-dispersive infra-red spectroscopy (identical with МКС EN 14626:2005 or equivalent); — Thermo Environmental Instruments, model: 49C O3 (UV photometric) analyzer — (Ozone analyzer; Measuring method: МКС EN 14625:2006 Air quality — Standard method for measurement of the concentration of ozone by ultra-violet photometry (identical with МКС EN 14625:2005 or equivalent); — Thermo ESM Andersen, model: FH 62 I-R PM10 Dust Monitor (radiometric principle of beta-attenuation) — (PM10 Analyzer for suspended particles with a size of up to 10 micrometers; Measuring method: Beta reduction: x-ray absorption in substance comparable to MKС EN 12341:1998 Determination of PM10 suspended particulate matter — Reference method for demonstration of reference compliance of measuring methods or equivalent). — Syntech Spectras, model: GC855 BTX (gas chromatography) Analyzer — (Analyzer for benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, ortho-, meta-, and para-xylene; Measuring method: МКС EN 14662:2006, sections 1, 4 and 5 ‘Quality of air — Standard method for measurement of the concentrations of benzene’ (identical with МКС EN 14662:2005, parts 1, 4 and 5 or equivalent). The financial resources for the implementation of the contract for public procurement which is subject of this procedure shall be provided by the Budget of the MEPP for 2015 for an amount of 800 000 denars (13 008 EUR) and 7 000 000 denars (113 821 EUR) are planned for 2016 in accordance with the adopted Conclusion no 3 of the Draft Minutes from the 165th Session of the Government of the Republic of Macedonia held on 5.11.2013.