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CfT: Call for Quotations for the analysis of atmospheric Bulk Deposition samples as per Directive 2004/107/EC collected over an eighty (80) week period using the Bergerhoff method (Status: Awarded)

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Name of Contracting Authority:
Environment and Resource Authority
Published on behalf of:
Environment and Resource Authority
Title:
Call for Quotations for the analysis of atmospheric Bulk Deposition samples as per Directive 2004/107/EC collected over an eighty (80) week period using the Bergerhoff method
CfT CA Unique ID:
ERA_QT06/2021
Evaluation Mechanism:
Price/Cost Effectiveness
Description:
The purpose of this Call for Quotations (CfQ) is the analysis of atmospheric Bulk Deposition samples as per Directive 2004/107/EC relating to arsenic, cadmium, mercury, nickel and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in ambient air for sixty (60) samples collected by the Environment and Resources Authority using the Bergerhoff method.
Procurement Type:
Services
CPC Category:
Other services
Directive:
2014/24/EU (Classic)
Procedure:
Open
CfT Involves:
A Public Contract
CPV Codes:
71620000-Analysis services
14722000-Nickel
71621000-Technical analysis or consultancy services
71600000-Technical testing, analysis and consultancy services
79311300-Survey analysis services
24311310-Mercury
90731100-Air quality management
Inclusion of e-Auctions:
No
NUTS codes:
MT00
Above or Below threshold:
Below
Payment Options:
No payment for documentation
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate:
15/03/2021 12:00
Deadline for dispatching invitations:
End of clarification period:
10/03/2021 12:00
Upload of documents within the clarifications:
Yes
Tenders Opening Date:
15/03/2021 12:30
Allow suppliers to Register for Notifications:
Yes
Contract awarded in Lots:
No
EU funding:
No
Multiple tenders will be accepted:
Yes
Date of Publication/Invitation:
03/03/2021 15:23
TED links for published notices:
Date of Awarding:
05/04/2021 12:15
Does this Call fall under the scope of GPP?:
No
Certification check:
No