Compared with other European countries, Norway has a broad and versatile range of relatively intact hydrometric areas. The extent of the activities that influences the hydrometric areas has however increased. Physical interventions, pollution from agriculture, built-up areas or industry are examples of such activities. The climatic changes are also influencing the Norwegian rivers. The Administrative Authority in Norway aims at having a good aquatic environment. This must be documented by surveillance. The Environmental Protection Authorities also requires comprehensive knowledge about processes related to nutritive substances and environmental poisons in Norwegian rivers, in order to assess how the rivers influence the Norwegian coastal areas, and if measures must be implemented for achieving the goal for a healthy aquatic environment.
Miljødirektoratet (The Norwegian Environment Agency) coordinates the national watercourse liming which is carried out in Norway in order to counteract the effect of acid rain. As part of this work, a control scheme was set up in 1996 for watercourse lime, the objective of which is to control that the lime delivered is of the agreed and approved quality. The control scheme involved the analysis of lime samples from the lime works/lime stock and spot checks from lime delivered in the field, and analysis statistics and turnover statistics are prepared and published for lime delivered to watercourse liming (annual statistics bulletin). The Norwegian Environment Agency has an agreement with a laboratory for the analysis and preparation of statistics. The control scheme also includes follow-up and control of the lime supplier's internal control and declaration of lime products, and control with sodium silicate products used in some waterways as an alternative to lime.
During the first quarter of 2017, Norsk Helsenett SF shall move into a new building, and will then furnish a new office landscape. A framework agreement will be procured which shall comprise furnishing in the form of office furniture and other necessary fixtures. The agreement contains deliveries of furniture and fixtures in the following categories: Workplace furniture, Storage Furniture, Conference Room furniture, Environment Furniture, Special Design, Meeting Room Equipment.
The furnishing concept and design expression, colour and materials stance has been prepared and is the basis for decision making regarding the purchase of new furniture and fixtures.
Colour, visual expression and design are visualised in the attached collage which expresses the preliminary picture for furniture and fabrics that are desired to be used in the furnishing, as well as the type description in the attached requirement specification. It is possible to offer products that are not identical with the collage and type description.
Refer to the attached preliminary collage and attached requirement specification (with annex) for a more detailed description.
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Overriding authority shall Environment Directorate conclude a framework agreement for the supply of protective signs. Subscribers of signs will be Environment Agency and the delegated authority for protected areas. These should use the framework agreement for purchase of signs.
Safety signs shall inform visitors that they get into or located in a conservation area and the form of protection that applies. Signs put up where they are clearly visible, often the paths and roads where visitors passing border area. They can also be placed elsewhere, f. Ex easily visible on the islets and islands and beaches where people come by boat.
There shall be established a framework agreement with a supplier for the manufacture and supply of safety signs. The contract shall be four years.
The agreement will be used by Environment Directorate, county, administrative controls for protected areas, local authorities and others who have management responsibility for protected areas. Overall it can be between fifty and one hundred agencies or organizations that will buy signs to be covered by the agreement. It will be made summaries of these are. Subscribers who are not in the section shall prove that they are covered by the agreement. Safety signs shall not be supplied to other than these.
Environment Directorate estimates annual deliveries of between 1,200 and 1,400 signs. The signs are of different shapes and texts. Most texts will be standardized. It should be stressed that the projections are estimated and not binding.
Environment Directorate coordinates the State Water Resources liming carried out in Norway to counteract the effects of acid rain. As part of this work in 1996 created a control for watercourse lime, which aims to control the lime delivered is agreed and approved quality. In the control scheme carried out analyzes of lime samples of lime work / lime stock and samples of lime delivered in the field, and it will be compiled and published analysis statistics and turnover statistics for lime delivered to watercourse liming (annual statistics booklet). Environment Directorate has an agreement with a laboratory for analysis and compilation of statistics. Control scheme includes the monitoring and control of kalkleverandørers internal and declaration of lime products, and control of natriumsilikatprodukt used in some waterways as an alternative to lime.
The purpose of this procurement is to establish a system based on cooperation between undertakings, SSB and Environment Directorate to spatially distribute air pollution in Norway. The spatial distribution should be reported to the UNECE as part of Norway's reporting obligations under the Convention on long-range transboundary air pollution. The procurement is divided into two tasks. The first is to identify methods to be used to spatially allocate emissions according to available data sources. The other is to allocate emissions in the grid using the methods proposed in the first part.
Norway has a wide and diverse range of relatively untouched river ecosystems compared with other European countries. However, the extent of activities affecting watercourses. Physical disturbance, pollution from agriculture, settlement or industry are examples of this. Climate change will also affect our rivers. Management in Norway aims to have a good water environment, which must be documented by monitoring. Environmental authorities also need a thorough knowledge of the processes associated with nutrients and pollutants in our rivers to assess how rivers affect Norwegian coastal areas, and on measures required to achieve the goal of good water quality.
Q1 2017 Norwegian Health SF move into a new building and will therefore furnish the new offices. In this regard is subject to a provision of a framework agreement which will include decor in the form of office furniture and other necessary fixtures. The agreement contains deliveries of furniture and fixtures within the following categories: Workplace Furniture Storage Furniture Conference Room Furniture Environment Furniture Special Design Meeting Facilities
Interior Concept design expression, color and material attitude is prepared and constitute basis for the purchase of new furniture and fixtures.
Color Attitude, idiom and design expression is visualized in enclosed collage expressing examples of furniture and textiles model should be used in the decor and the type description in the attached specifications. It opened to offer products that are not identical with collage and description.
Refer to the attached model collage and accompanying specifications (with appendices) for further description.
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