Vassdragsforbundet would like to find a professionally capable cooperation partner within initiative orientated monitoring of lakes, rivers and streams. The rivers flowing into Mjøsa and Mjøsa itself have been monitored for more than 40 years. The monitoring programme for the water area Mjøsa has been adjusted in accordance with the Water Regulations and in accordance with the environment authorities. The environmental standard shall be classified in accordance with Guidelines 02:2013 — revised 2015 — Classification of the environmental condition of the water.
The competition includes these sub-areas together:
1. Monitoring Stor-Mjøsa (main station Skreia);
2. Monitoring the water quality at 3 other stations in Mjøsa, Brøttum, Kise and Furnesfjorden, as well as animal plankton in Furnesfjorden;
3. Monitoring chemical and hygienic/bacteriological conditions in Mjøsa's 6 largest feed rivers and the outflow river Vorma, as well as biological surveys in the 11-12 largest feed rivers and Vorma on a rolling programme;
4. Reporting, including various presentations and entering all data into the database Vannmiljø.
The Pollution Regulation chapter 7 about local pollution provides guidelines for measuring of local pollution in large urban areas to ensure that the regulation's limit values are not exceeded. The measured data is used in multiple assignments and reports, i.a. As reporting to the EU. It is therefore important that the data from the measurement network is quality assured.
The objective of this delivery is to quality ensure the measured data in the Oslo and Akershus measurement network.
The Norwegian Public Roads Eastern Region's measurement network in Oslo and Akershus consists of eight measuring stations distributed in the following areas (that are included in the assignment):
Oslo: E18 Hjortnes, Ring 3 Smestad, RV [National Road] 4, Aker Hospital and E6 Manglerud.
Akershus: Eilif Dues Veg (Bærum), mobile measuring station (Lørenskog, now the Løren tunnel), and RV [National Road] 22 Vigernes (Lillestrøm), Ozone meters (Lommedalen).
Annet: BC meters(currently on RV [National Road] Vigernes).
It is planned to established a new measurement station in Oslo in 2017. The assignment shall also include quality assurance of this, when the station is established. As of today the date of the assignment has not been sent.
To achieve satisfactory data quality, reference methods given in the applicable EU Directives (2008/50/EC and 2004-107/EC), or methods that can be documented giving an equivalent result.
The quality assurance shall be carried out in accordance with The Norwegian Environment Agency's handbook M398-2014 ‘Handbook for quality systems for the measuring of air quality’.
Pollution Regulations chapter 7 on local air pollution provides guidelines for measurement of air pollution in major metropolitan areas to ensure compliance with the limit values are not exceeded. The measurement data are used in several missions and reports, including that of reporting to the EU. It is therefore important that the data from the measuring network is quality assured.
The purpose of this contract is to ensure the quality measurement data in the measurement network in Oslo and Akershus.
NPRA Region east of its measuring network in Oslo and Akershus consists of eight monitoring stations distributed in the following areas (which are included in the assignment):
Oslo: E18 Hjortnes, Ring 3 Smestad, Rv4 Aker Hospital and E6 Manglerudveien
Akershus: Eilif Dues Veg (Bærum), mobile station (Lørenskog, now Løren tunnel), and RV22 Vigernes (Lillestrom), Ozone Monitor (Lommedalen)
Other: BC-meter (now standing at RV22 Vigernes)
The planned establishment of a new station in Oslo in 2017. The mission will also include quality assurance of this, when the station is established. Date has not been determined to date.
To achieve satisfactory data quality, use reference methods specified in the applicable EU Directives (2008/50 / EC and 2004/107 / EC), or methods that can be proven to provide equivalent results.
Quality assurance will be implemented according to the Environment Directorate handbook M39-2014 "Handbook for Quality measurements of air quality."
Water Resources Association wants to find a highly skilled partner in initiatives aimed monitoring of lakes, rivers and streams. The monitoring of Mjøsa and tributaries have been going for over 40 years. The monitoring program for Water Area Mjøsa is adjusted in accordance with the Water Regulations and in consultation with the environmental authorities. State of the environment shall be classified by Supervisor 02: 2013 - revised in 2015 - Classification of environmental state in water.
The competition consists of these subareas collected:
1. Monitoring of Greater Mjøsa (main station Skreia)
2. Monitoring of water quality at three other stations in the lake, specifically Brøttum, Kise and Furnes Fjord and zooplankton in Furnes Fjord
3. Monitoring of chemical and hygienic / bacteriological conditions in Mjøsas six largest Tributary rivers and outlet river Vorma and biological surveys in the 11 to 12 largest tributaries and Vorma for a rolling program
4. Reporting, including various presentations and posting of all data in the database Aquatic