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Belgium-Brussels: Study on the cumulative health and environmental benefits of chemical legislation
Section I: Contracting authority
Official name: European Commission, Directorate-General for the Environment, SRD.2 — FinancePostal address: BU-9 01/005Town: BrusselsPostal code: 1049Country: BelgiumFor the attention of: Markets TeamE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
General address of the contracting authority: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/funding/calls_en.htm
Electronic access to information: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=938
Further information can be obtained from:The above mentioned contact point(s)
Specifications and additional documents (including documents for competitive dialogue and a dynamic purchasing system) can be obtained from:The above mentioned contact point(s)
Tenders or requests to participate must be sent to:The above mentioned contact point(s)
Section II: Object of the contract
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Prior information notice
Notice number in the OJEU: 2015/S 38-064198 of 24.2.2015
Room E, avenue de Beaulieu 5, 1160 Brussels, BELGIUM.
Additional information about authorised persons and opening procedure: 1 representative per tenderer (with proof of identity) may attend the opening of tenders (no expenses paid). Please inform email@example.com of the name of the attendee in advance of the opening.
Section VI: Complementary information
Please note that this was previously published in the PIN OJ 2015/S 38-064198 of 24.2.2015 with the title ‘Refit of chemicals legislations’ and with a budget of 920 000 EUR. This action has been split into 4 of which this is 1. The budget is now a range between 350 000 EUR–400 000 EUR.
Official name: General CourtPostal address: rue du Fort NiedergrünewaldTown: LuxembourgPostal code: 2925Country: LuxembourgE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: +352 4303-1Fax: +352 4303-2100Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu
If you believe that there was maladministration, you may lodge a complaint to the European Ombudsman within 2 years of the date when you became aware of the facts on which the complaint is based (see http://www.ombudsman.europa.eu). Such complaint does not have as an effect either to suspend the time limit to launch an appeal or to open a new period for lodging an appeal.
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