|From:||Center for Public Environmental Oversight <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Tue, 31 Mar 1998 09:49:45 -0800 (PST)|
|Subject:||BADCAT Lead Paint Technology Solicitation|
BADCAT Environmental Technology Partnership REMEDIATION OF SOIL CONTAMINATED WITH LEAD PAINT TECHNOLOGY SOLICITATION PHASE I PREPROPOSAL DEADLINE: June 1, 1998 Announcement of Need The Bay Area Defense Conversion Action Team Environmental Technology Partnership (BADCAT ETP) seek innovative and emerging soil remediation technologies for field demonstrations at former Naval facilities in the San Francisco Bay Area. BADCAT ETP will provide an opportunity for selected technology providers to demonstrate the effectiveness of new remediation technologies to address lead paint in soil, particularly in residential settings, that may improve upon cost effectiveness while effectively mitigating exposure. Consideration will be given to both in situ and ex situ treatment technologies. The type of technologies that will be considered include but are not limited to: soil washing, chemical treatment, recovery and recycling, and solidification/stabilization. The BADCAT ETP is a public-private collaboration of Bay Area Economic Forum (BAEF), Bay Area regional Technology Alliance (BARTA), California Environmental Protection Agency, United States Environmental Protection Agency, United States Navy, Chevron Research and Technology Co., San Francisco State University's CAREER/PRO, and other regional technical experts working to help expedite transfer of Bay Area closing bases by integrating new environmental technologies into the remediation process. This is a cooperatively resourced project and proposers will be expected to self-fund primary demonstration services. Local or California companies, or those willing to relocate or establish satellite offices in the Bay Area will be given preference. Screening: Phase I and Phase II Selection of technologies is a two phase, independent peer review process. During Phase I, a Prescreen Board reviews preproposals to determine eligibility, technology feasibility, innovativeness, and demonstration benefits. A number of technology providers from the Phase I preproposal solicitation are then invited to prepare a Phase II final proposal. The Phase II proposal package includes final proposal requirements, demonstration site descriptions, and an invitation to attend a technical conference for a hands-on discussion of the demonstration sites and the overall program. The Phase II package also includes demonstration work plan template so that technology providers can anticipate preparation of a demo work plan, which includes a data quality management and analysis plan, if selected for demonstration. During Phase II, a Selection Board reviews Phase II final proposals. All selections will be final and appeals will not be accepted. BADCAT and BARTA will address any questions and concerns.
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