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Central Sewage Collection and Treatment System Operator

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Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000452474

Bid Title: Central Sewage Collection and Treatment System Operator

Agency Bid No. Title: RFQ16000424

Received Date: 01/05/2016

Close Date: 01/19/2016

Purchase Type: Term:

Delivery Point: Idaho

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Bidder Preregistration

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:The Contractor must designate a Responsible-In-Charge Operator, to provide professional operator services to the Farragut System as outlined in the Operator Duties for the Farragut System, Section II., below. The Contractor must also designate a Substitute Responsible-In-Charge Operator, to provide professional operator services to the Heyburn System as outlined in Substitute Operator Duties for the Heyburn System, Section III., below.C. The Contractor must exercise usual and customary professional care and comply with all applicable laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations.D. The Contractor must maintain reliable transportation to access the Farragut System and Heyburn System.E. The Contractor must provide all tools necessary to perform the requirements in this Scope of Work. IDPR will provide all authorized parts and materials.F. The Contractor must hold and maintain current, valid licenses from the Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses to operate the Farragut System and Heyburn System at or above the required Wastewater classification, as detailed below:1. Collection Class 12. Treatment Class 13. Land Application CertificationVendors must provide proof of the required licenses with their quote submission.G. At the beginning of the contract, and as coordinated with IDPR, the Contractor must spend twelve (12) hours on two (2) consecutive six (6) hour days at each System, working with Heyburn and Farragut staff to develop a working knowledge of the Systems. The Contractor must be competent to make decisions regarding Farragut and Heyburn System operation.H. The Contractor must provide a two (2) week notice to IDPR of any expected absence or other circumstances that may prevent the completion of the services in this Scope of Work. In the event of an unexpected absence, the Contractor must provide a twenty-four (24) hour notice to IDPR. Two (2) unexpected absences are authorized per year.I. Except for emergency response, the Contractor must receive authorization from IDPR prior to performing Additional Services for the Farragut System or the Heyburn System.iI. Operator DUTIES for the farragut systemA. Basic ServicesThe Contractor must:1. Work with an IDPR employee designated as the Substitute Responsible-In-Charge Operator, hereinafter referred to as the Farragut Substitute. The Farragut Substitute will hold and maintain current, valid licenses from the Idaho Bureau of Occupational licenses to operate the Farragut System, or be an Operator in Training, will have a working knowledge of the Farragut System, and be competent to make decisions regarding Farragut System operation in the absence of the Contractor.2. Make a site visit to the Farragut System no less than twice each week when land applications are occurring, and once monthly during the remainder of the year to complete the Basic Services. The Contractor must spend no less than one (1) hour on site during each visit.3. Ensure that the Farragut System is operated in accordance with the Plan of Operation, and in accordance with IDAPA 58.01.16Wastewater Rules.4. Ensure that the Farragut System is operated in compliance with the Farragut State Park Municipal Wastewater Reuse Permit (Farragut Reuse Permit) as issued by the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).5. Create and organize books and records, including daily, weekly, and monthly testing results, and influent and effluent flows, to satisfy the Farragut Reuse Permit and annual reporting requirements. All documents will be subject to review and approval by IDPR.6. Develop a schedule for lab operations and organize a system for field testing and delivery to an IDPR designated certified lab; create and organize books and records for lab compliance in accordance with the Farragut Reuse Permit and DEQ rules. Laboratory costs will be paid by IDPR.7. Prepare and submit to DEQ and IDPR an Annual Report in conformance with the Farragut Reuse Permit and DEQ rules.Increase the efficiency of data recording to allow IDPR to continue to generate the annual report in-house which aids in assisting with permit renewals as well as expanding the knowledge and experience of the Contractor, Farragut Substitute, and IDPR employees.8. Promptly report deficiencies, violations, or out of compliance activity to IDPR and to DEQ.9. Correct operational problems and perform maintenance duties, as required.10. Inform IDPR of the need for parts and materials to make repairs. The Contractor is not responsible for purchasing parts and materials.

Product Code: 96895

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: State of Idaho, Department of Administration

State: Idaho

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Shawna West

Phone: 208-332-1602

Fax: 208-327-7320

Email: shawna.west@adm.idaho.gov

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