The contract is for service support, and adaptive changes Information Exchange System Navigation Safety (SWIBŻ) as a component middleware National System SafeSeaNet (SSN) to ensure the flow of information within the National Single Window (NSW) in accordance with the requirements of the Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2010 / 65 / EU of 20 October 2010. on reporting formalities for ships arriving in or departing from ports of the Member States and repealing Directive 2002/6 / EC. The contract scope includes in particular: a) To ensure continuity of operations and changes in adaptive system environment and the client application SWIBŻ for: - the system environment SWIBŻ, - communication interfaces and data exchange. b) Granting of technical support: - substantial support users - update technical documentation. Object of the contract must be in accordance with the Detailed description of the contract (SOPZ) II.2 which is part of the Terms of Reference and on the terms specified in the draft contract which forms part of the Terms of Reference II.1.
Detailed description of the contracts is set out in Chapter III of the Terms of Reference and Annex 8 to the Terms of Reference.
The scope of the contract includes in particular:
1) the execution of 6 to 8 vents 3 ÷ 4 vents and 3 ÷ 4 vent holes, located in the area of railway siding and track;85) or the thickness of the fuel layer [cm], and in addition, for comparative purposes in the area: the sum of the gasoline, mineral oil, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene; 2016 poz.1395) for the land of the "IV" (industrial areas);
4) at the stage of installation of remediation of existing piezometers P-6, P-9i P-10 located throughout the terminal and the well depresjonujących St-1 ÷ St-4 download one sample of ground water and carry out research on the content of petroleum (index mineral oil), BTEX, PAHs, benzene accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Environment of 21 December 2015. on the criteria and method of assessing the status of groundwater or the thickness of the fuel layer [cm] and additionally for comparative purposes in the field: gasoline sum, mineral oil, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene;
5) after the completion of the remediation consumption 2 soil samples (from the level of the groundwater table) neighborhood piezometric holes in which long remained free product;
6) monitoring the progress of remediation actions:
a) in the area of pre-selected three-four holes, sampled after 2 soil samples for laboratory tests 1 once a year to the end of the remediation process;
b) sampled groundwater from all piezometers (existing: P-6, P-9, P-10 and 2 designed) and the existing well S-1, S-2, S-3, S-4 and a sample of water from the inlet and the outlet of the cleaning station 1 once every six months to the end of the remediation process, to verify progress;672 as amended.), To the extent that the designation will be used; 469, as amended. d.);
9) the transfer of all data, decision documentation within two weeks of the Department of Environmental Protection Employer;
10) carrying out the work under the supervision of a certified geologist;
11) the preparation of as-built documentation confirming the achievement of expected effect, ie. Reducing pollution in the environment, including the results of soil and groundwater containing progress reports in three-year cycles.