Effluent Decontamination System, Maryland
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, has a construction requirement at its National Center for Applied Plant Protection in Laurel, Maryland. NCAPP safeguards agricultural resources from the risks associated with the entry, establishment or spread of exotic plant diseases introduced into the United States. The requirement is to install a new effluent decontamination system, which treats the hazardous waste NCAPP produces. Several key components on the existing system are either deteriorating or inoperable, so work includes cleaning, removing, and disposing of it. Most of the work is mechanical, with incidental electrical work. The solicitation and attachments are posted below. Amendment 0001 is posted below. RFIs and responses posted below. Amendment 0002 is posted below. Amendment 0003, RFIs and answers, and valve cut sheets posted below. Amendment 0004 posted below. Amendment 0005, RFIs and responses posted below.