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Advanced Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Project for the City of Barre, Towns of Barre, Stowe, Berlin and Plainfield

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000493182

Bid Title: Advanced Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Project for the City of Barre, Towns of Barre, Stowe, Berlin and Plainfield

Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 02/23/2016

Close Date: 03/07/2016

Purchase Type: Term: 12/01/2017

Delivery Point: Vermont

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 02/29/2016 04:30 PM


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The prevalence of illicit discharges in the City of Barre, and Towns of Berlin, Barre, Stowe and Plainfield has only been partially assessed. During 2014-15 the municipal outfalls were assessed1 except for Plainfield, which was assessed in 20132, but advanced investigations were not completed for budgetary reasons. Reassessment or advanced illicit discharge assessment and elimination should be performed on all remaining suspect outfalls as a basic step toward improving water quality. The proposed project will locate and characterize contaminant sources and initiate correction of bacterial, nutrient, and hazardous material discharges to receiving waters in the Stevens Branch, the West Branch of the Little River, and the Main Branch of the Winooski River. This project will fund follow-up investigative work in 5 municipalities on illicit discharges suspected in eighty (80) stormwater drainage systems. There are two general categories of follow-up investigative work required: reassessment (RE), and advanced investigation (AI). The stormwater drainage systems to be evaluated are identified in the table below by unique ID. Information concerning these discharges and the affected drainage systems is presented in two final reports prepared by the Friends of the Winooski River. A.Reassessment: Fifty five (55) separate stormwater drainage systems require reassessment due to inconclusive or insufficiently complete results obtained in the assessments performed for the original studies. The goal of the reassessments will be to establish conclusively whether an illicit discharge of wastewater or industrial process water is present in these systems. No corrections have been made in these systems.

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Product Codes: 96891, 92694

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Vermont - Department of Environmental Conservation

State: Vermont

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: David Pasco

Phone: 802-490-6112




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