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Regno Unito-Coventry: Servizi fognari, di raccolta dei rifiuti, di pulizia e ambientali
Bando di gara – Servizi di pubblica utilità
Sezione I: Ente aggiudicatore
Indirizzo principale: www.stwater.co.uk
Sezione II: Oggetto
Laboratory Analytical Sampling — Waste Water, Soil and Sludge
Sampling, analysis and reporting requirements to both UKAS and MCERTs accredited levels including, but not limited to Soils, Trade Effluent and Formal Samples, Tankered Waste (Domestic and Trade), Landfill monitoring, Pipeline assessments, Settled sewage, OSM, UWW and Sludge.
A full provision of service requirement covering sampling, analysis and reporting of field sampled soils.
The Lot requirement is carried out strictly to a set annual program of testing. All samples are requested via ARF and all results are required to be reported back to Severn Trent water via their system QUIS.
The Framework will be let for an initial 3 years and it may be extended for a further 4 years in increments to be determined.
A provision of services to cover Trade effluent and formal samples, Tankered waste (Domestic and trade), Landfill monitoring, Pipeline assessments and settled sewage.
Trade effluent — A provision requirement of analysis and reporting only. Samples are taken by Severn Trent water staff and delivered to the nominated sample collection sites in accordance with Severn Trent water requirements. Analysis requirements are raised via ARF, all results are required to be reported back to Severn Trent water via their system QUIS.
Formal samples — all samples are taken by Severn Trent water. One sealed bottle is provided, with a Chain of custody form. The laboratory is required to complete all analysis from the one sealed bottle supplied. The Chain of custody form is completed by the Laboratory and returned to Severn Trent water accompanied by a Section 9 statement within 30 days of receipt of the initial sample.
All samples are requested via ARF and all results reported to Severn Trent water via our reporting system called QUIS.
Tankered waste (Domestic and trade)
Provision of Ad Hoc sampling services, Full analysis and reporting
Although most of the sampling on Tankered waste is performed by Severn Trent Tankered waste technicians, Severn Trent does require provision of competent resource cover to perform Tankered waste technician duties on Severn Trent sites to cover absence, leave, training, etc.
— Provide service to visit sites (circa 33 sites) and conduct sampling and analysis of Tankered waste deliveries
—— Accepting samples and arranging analysis
—— Represent Severn Trent to conduct basic compliance audits, etc.
— Cover a minimum of 3 sites at any one time (ideally ability to cover 5-7 sites on any one day)
— Flexible cover for planned and ad-hoc requirements across all Severn Trent TW sites
—— TTW Sites x 11 and TDW Sites x 33
—— Approximately 700 samples for analysis per annum (may increase to approx. 1000)
Any Resource provided must have suitable knowledge (ideally chemistry or biology background or experience) There is also a requirement for that resource to be trained by Severn Trent to TCP status
Provision of sampling services, analysis and reporting
The supplier will provide monitoring services for the three landfill sites owned by the Severn Trent as agreed.
For the scope of this Specification, Severn Trent requires the provision of analytical and specialist scientific services which are envisaged as encompassing, though not exclusively, the following key areas of activity:
— sampling and analysis – perimeter emissions,
— sampling and analysis – surface water, groundwater and leachate,
— sampling and analysis – gas
Analytical services — For substances listed in the relevant permits.
Sampling services including:
— sampling equipment
— sample transport and courier services (potential)
— sample reception and registration
— sample containers and container labels
— sampling to be conducted in accordance with the Guidance for monitoring trace gas components in Landfill Gas (LFTGN04)
Specialist services including:
— Consultancy and advice.
Support services including:
— Results transfer to Severn Trent in agreed format for submission to the Environment Agency.
Review of site investigation material provided to it by Severn Trent or any third party acting on its behalf as part of its activities relating to the connection of new supply pipes to Severn Trent’s water supply network.
Settled Sewage – Composite Sampling
Provision of sampling, analysis and reporting
The supplier will provide a routine composite sampling programme to deliver settled sewage monitoring at Severn Trent’s larger sewage treatment works.
Waste Water and Sludge — Regulated
A full provision of service is required — covering sampling, analysis and reporting.
OSM is the provision of a planned sampling and analysis programme which shall fully comply with the Environment agency’s requirements for Operator self-monitoring (OSM) of the purchaser’s treatment works consented discharges.
Workload consists of spot sampling from 814 discharge points including both sewage treatment and water production sites. Sampling is completed as per a defined annual plan on Sample Manager for over 8 400 samples per annum.
Field tests carried out also including NH3, pH and Temperature. Samplers are also technically observing works and final points.
A fixed suite of analysis are required by potential Vendor.
Sample manager requests sampling and analytical schedules and all results require reporting back to Severn Trent Water via their QUIS system.
A Regulated area, this Lot requires MCERTS covering sampling and analysis along with Site and Lab external audits.
A full provision of service covering sampling, analysis and reporting.
UWW is the provision of a planned sampling and analysis programme which shall fully comply with the Urban Waste Water Regulations (UWWTR) on STW’s treatment works consented discharges, and maintenance of the auto samplers.
Composite samples are taken from approximately 269 sewage treatment facilities with over 8 000 samples required per annum.
STW has a regulatory compliance to inform the Environment agency of any deviations from its plan.
A fixed suite of analyses are required to be undertaken in Vendor's elected Labs.
All samples for both streams are requested via ARF and all results require reporting back to Severn Trent Water via their QUIS system.
A full provision of service is required — covering sampling, analysis and reporting (except for Sludge microbiology which is currently analysed by Severn Trent Water’s internal laboratories).
Sludge analysis (excluding microbiological analysis) is part of Severn Trent Water’s sludge treatment process management to ensure that they are operating optimally; and sludge quality is compliant before being recycled to agricultural land. There are 2 streams — regulatory and process sludges.
Regulatory stream — managed to HACCP standards with extended testing of digested sludges. Sampling is a requirement and samples are taken from the digester feed and cake pad bays.
BAS samples are taken 6 times over a 60 day period from 38 sites to confirm that the Severn Trent Water’s process is operating effectively. Samples are also taken from the digester feed and chute (final product). Once limits are assessed then only the final product is sampled across just 40 sites every 3 months. If the final product fails revalidation sampling may be required.
Process sludge stream – this stream is low volume and very rare in requirement.
Sezione III: Informazioni di carattere giuridico, economico, finanziario e tecnico
Sezione IV: Procedura
Sezione VI: Altre informazioni