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HYDRO CARBON POLLUTION REMEDIATION PROJECT (HYPREP)-

PRE-QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS FOR REMEDIATION OF SIMPLE AND COMPLEX HYDROCARBON IMPACTED SITES IN OGONILAND, NIGERIA, AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR DESIGN OF CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ALONG WITH AN INTEGRATED CONTAMINATED SOIL MANAGEMENT CENTRE

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
HYDRO CARBON POLLUTION REMEDIATION PROJECT (HYPREP)
LOUIS HOUSE, NO. 350, PORT HARCOURT – ABA EXPRESSWAY PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE, NIGERIA
PRE-QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS FOR REMEDIATION OF SIMPLE AND COMPLEX HYDROCARBON IMPACTED SITES IN OGONILAND, NIGERIA, AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR DESIGN OF CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION ALONG WITH AN INTEGRATED CONTAMINATED SOIL MANAGEMENT CENTRE

1. BACKGROUND
As part of its commitment to implement the recommendations of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Report, on Environmental Assessment of Ogoniland (2011), the Federal Government of Nigeria, through the Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project HYPREP) Federal Ministry of Environment, wishes to procure the services of suitably qualified and experienced Contractors to undertake the remediation of hydrocarbon impacted soil and groundwater at designated oil-spill sites in Ogoniland. In addition, HYPREP intends to procure the services of suitably qualified and experienced consultants for the design of the Centre of Excellence for Environmental Restoration (COEER) along with an Integrated Contaminated Soils Management Centre (ICSMC).

2. SCOPE OF WORKS/SERVICES
The scope for the remediation works and the Terms of Reference for the design of the Centre of Excellence and Integrated Contaminated Soil Management Centre areas categorized below:

CAT A: Prequalification for Remediation of Complex Hydrocarbon Impacted Sites.
The scope is to develop Remedial Action Plans (RAP) and undertake remediation of the impacts of hydrocarbon contamination in soil and groundwater at designated sites in Ogoniland. The scope of groundwater remediation includes the recovery and disposal of free phase products and removal of dissolved phase hydrocarbon to drinking water standard specified by World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA).

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