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Packaging and Associated Services

LLW Repository Ltd | Published March 25, 2016
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Bendalls Engineering Ltd
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90521510

LLW Repository Ltd (LLWR) is a UK nuclear waste management company that provides services to UK customers to treat and dispose of low level radioactive waste. On behalf of the UK‘s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, we manage the national Low Level Waste Repository in West Cumbria and oversee a national Low Level Waste programme to ensure that lower activity radioactive waste is managed effectively across the UK.

LLWR’s customers include nuclear decommissioning and power companies, defence sites, the healthcare sector, research establishments and other industries within the UK. Our waste services help customers manage their lower activity radioactive waste efficiently to reduce disposal volumes and preserve capacity at the Low Level Waste Repository. Customers can access a wide range of treatment and disposal services to ensure waste is managed safely and effectively. More information about LLWR can be found via our website: www.llwrsite.com

LLWR intends to procure a 4 year framework agreement, divided into 3 lots, for the provision of Packaging and Associated Services for Radioactive Wastes on behalf of our customers.

Packaging and Associated Services.

LLW Repository Ltd | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
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90521510

LLW Repository Ltd (LLWR) is a UK nuclear waste management company that provides services to UK customers to treat and dispose of low level radioactive waste. On behalf of the UK‘s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, we manage the national Low Level Waste Repository in West Cumbria and oversee a national Low Level Waste programme to ensure that lower activity radioactive waste is managed effectively across the UK. LLWR’s customers include nuclear decommissioning and power companies, defence sites, the healthcare sector, research establishments and other industries within the UK. Our waste services help customers manage their lower activity radioactive waste efficiently to reduce disposal volumes and preserve capacity at the Low Level Waste Repository. Customers can access a wide range of treatment and disposal services to ensure waste is managed safely and effectively. More information about LLWR can be found via our website: www.llwrsite.com LLWR intends to procure a 4-year framework agreement, divided into 3 lots, for the provision of Packaging and Associated Services for Radioactive Wastes on behalf of our customers.

Metallic Waste Treatment Services — Supplier Engagement Event.

LLW Repository Ltd | Published April 21, 2015
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90521000

LLW Repository Ltd (LLWR) is a UK nuclear waste management company that provides services to UK customers to treat and dispose of low level radioactive waste. On behalf of the UK's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, we manage the national Low Level Waste Repository in West Cumbria and oversee a national Low Level Waste programme to ensure that lower activity radioactive waste is managed effectively across the UK. LLWR's customers include nuclear decommissioning and power companies, defence sites, the healthcare sector, research establishments and other industries within the UK. Our waste services help customers manage their lower activity radioactive waste efficiently to reduce disposal volumes and preserve capacity at the Low Level Waste Repository. Customers can access a wide range of treatment and disposal services to ensure waste is managed safely and effectively. More information about LLWR can be found via our website: www.llwrsite.com LLWR has established the main route for treatment of the UK's radioactive metallic waste. As the current multi-supplier framework agreement for metallic waste treatment services is coming to an end, it is our intention to establish agreements with suitable Radioactive Metallic Waste Treatment providers via another 4 year multi-supplier framework, to give LLWR the ability continue to provide this service to the UK's Nuclear Industry. LLWR has a requirement for competent Radioactive Metallic Waste Treatment service providers to provide some or all of the following: — Ability to treat radioactive metallic waste and release an end product that can be exempted for recycling; — Ability to treat radioactive metallic waste and release an end product that can be directly re-used i.e. a product that does not have to undergo further recycling to enable its use; — Ability to treat radioactive metallic waste and release a product that can be disposed of as Very Low Level Waste/Low Active Low Level Waste; — Ability to treat radioactive metallic waste and release a product that can be disposed of as Low Level Waste; — Ability to interim and/or decay store radioactive metallic waste; — Ability to carry-out preparation for and/or actual treatment of radioactive metallic waste on a customer's site. Suppliers interested in being part of this framework agreement are invited to attend a Supplier Engagement event on Tuesday 28.4.2015 (14:00-16:00) at North Lakes Hotel, Penrith, Cumbria. LLWR will present initial proposals for the service scope and invite comments. To register your intention to attend the event, please e-mail Joanne Makin at joanne.m.makin@llwrsite.com no later than close of business on Wednesday 22.4.2015 with the following information: — Company name; — Name of attendee and contact details (phone number and e-mail address). Please note that places are limited to 1 attendee per company.

Type B Manufacture — Industry Day.

LLW Repository Ltd | Published April 30, 2015
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90521500

LLW Repository Ltd (LLWR) is a UK nuclear waste management company that provides services to UK customers to treat and dispose of low level radioactive waste. On behalf of the UK's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, we manage the national Low Level Waste Repository in West Cumbria and oversee a national Low Level Waste programme to ensure that lower activity radioactive waste is managed effectively across the UK. LLWR's customers include nuclear decommissioning and power companies, defence sites, the healthcare sector, research establishments and other industries within the UK. Our waste services help customers manage their lower activity radioactive waste efficiently to reduce disposal volumes and preserve capacity at the Low Level Waste Repository. Customers can access a wide range of treatment and disposal services to ensure waste is managed safely and effectively. More information about LLWR can be found via our website: www.llwrsite.com LLWR requires various packaging services to support our radioactive waste treatment and disposal activities. One such requirement is for the fabrication of a number of conventional Type B Novapak Packaging assets (also commonly referred to as Novapak Type B fissile containers) to be used by entities throughout the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority estate for the movement of fissile material. The Novapak packaging design consists of an inner packaging and an outer box. The outer box is an open cubic structure made up of stainless steel sections welded together with vertical, horizontal and diagonal strengthening members. Cork lined thermal shielding panels and aluminium cladding surround this structure. The inner structure is primarily comprised of a base plate upon which drums are placed, and an upper frame sub-assembly with tubular sections. LLWR has a requirement for a competent metal fabricator to provide the following services:- — Undertake fabrication of multiple Type B Novapak Packaging assets; — Implement Quality arrangements as required; — Undertake testing activities to ensure specification compliance. Suppliers interested in this tender opportunity are invited to attend an Industry Day on Tuesday 2.6.2015 in Penrith, Cumbria (exact details to be confirmed closer to the event). LLWR will present an overview of the contract scope and invite comments. To register your intention to attend the event, please e-mail procurement@llwrsite.com no later than close of business on Wednesday 13.5.2015 with the following information: — Company name; — Name of attendees; — Attendee contact details (phone number and e-mail address). Please note that places are limited to 2 attendees per company.

Radioactive waste treatment services

LLW Repository Ltd | Published December 17, 2016  -  Deadline February 13, 2017
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90521000

LLW Repository Ltd (LLWR) is a UK nuclear waste management company that provides services to UK customers to treat and dispose of low level radioactive waste. LLWR's customers include nuclear decommissioning and power companies, defence sites, the healthcare sector, research establishments and other industries within the UK.

LLWR has established a service for Waste Characterisation and Assurance Support. As the current multi-supplier contract for this service is coming to an end, it is our intention to establish agreements with suitable Radioactive Waste Characterisation and Assurance Support providers via a multi-supplier framework, to give LLWR the ability to continue to provide this service to the UK's Nuclear Industry. The service will incorporate both Low Level and Intermediate Level Radioactive Wastes.

The Waste Characterisation and Assurance Support Services framework agreement comprises four Lots as shown below:

Lot 1 — Characterisation Support Services.

Lot 2 — Analytical Support Services.

Lot 3 — Site Assurance Support Services.

Lot 4 — Environmental Monitoring.

LLWR requires Contractors to provide people, resources, equipment and facilities suitable for offering a range of Waste Characterisation Services for radioactive waste to LLWR and its Customers.

The Characterisation Support Services will consist of a range of consultation, sampling, analysis, interpretation, routing and measurement of Customer's wastes to support the treatment and/or disposal of the waste.

LLWR anticipates appointing 3 suppliers to this Lot.

LLWR requires Contractors to provide analytical services including people, resources, equipment and facilities suitable for analysing Customer's wastes to support the characterisation process and/or other site functions.

Analysis should be carried out to recognised national and international standards and, where relevant, by appropriately accredited facilities to accredited methods.

Contractors may be required to identify what to analyse for, including which radio-nuclides may require analysis, and which analytical techniques and packages may be deployed in order to support safety and inventory data collection for characterisation and/or other site functions. This may include analysing for radiological and non-radiological components. Wastes may be in liquid or solid form.

On receipt at analysis facilities, Contractors must carry out sufficient checks and inspections to determine that the samples are suitable for acceptance into the facility.

To support Customers in characterising non-standard wastes that require variations to LLWR's Waste Acceptance Criteria, the Contractor may need to provide services to analyse sludge, liquids and hazardous wastes, such as asbestos or mercury, including leach tests to demonstrate encapsulation in a suitable media in accordance with recognised national and international standards to meet the Waste Acceptance Criteria of relevant treatment and disposal facilities.

Analytical requirements in order to underpin any waste characterisation submission to LLWR should be such that Customers receive sufficient and appropriate analysis to support the documentation. Contractors should be able to demonstrate that there is sufficient understanding of the requirements of both the Customer and LLWR in order that no additional or non-relevant analyses are undertaken.

LLWR anticipates appointing three to 6 suppliers to this Lot.

LLWR is required, under its Environmental Permit for the repository, to undertake assurance activities to confirm that waste received for disposal at the LLWR complies with the facility's Waste Acceptance Criteria. This is achieved through a Waste Assurance Programme that consists of a range of Audit and Verification activities.

LLWR requires a range of support services from a suitable Contractor to deliver the Waste Assurance Programme. In-situ monitoring is required to be provided at the repository site of a base number of 20 ISO freight containers per financial year, with a provision to include in batches of 2 containers up to 30 containers in total if requested by LLWR. The containers will either be 3rd Height ISO freight containers (THISO) or Half Height ISO freight containers (HHISO). The in-situ monitoring capability shall be used to assess the activity content and radionuclide composition of the ISO freight containers to be disposed of at the repository.

LLWR anticipates appointing a single supplier to this Lot.

Nuclear licensed sites are duty bound under the terms of their Environmental Permit to manage their radioactive discharges to the environment in accordance with limits and conditions specified in Environmental Permits issued by the Environment Agency.

Each Site must develop its own Environmental Monitoring Programme (EMP) in accordance with Best Available Techniques (BAT) and Environment Agency Guidance. The programme shall consist of direct measurement and analytical measurement on a number of samples removed from specified locations on and around the site. Data derived from these measurements is assessed and discharges to the environment calculated.

The scope of the services involves the sampling of various environmental media around the Magnox sites at Harwell and Winfrith, and analysis of the samples for a range of radio-nuclides to very low levels. The Contractor shall be responsible for all transport, people, materials and equipment required in order to carry out the services.

LLWR anticipates appointing a single supplier to this Lot.

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