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WWF-Viet Nam would like to invite sealed bids from eligible bidders to carry out a contract of “Technology study and installation of water supply plant from the saline water source of Ham Luong river for My An commune, Thanh Phu district, Ben Tre province”
Main objectives of the contract shall be:
Technology study to treat saline-affected water from Ham Luong river for domestic use with low cost and easy operation.
To design and complete all drawings for the plant per the selected technology.
To install the plant followed the detailed design approved by WWF.
To train and transfer the M&E manual of the plant for end users.
Descriptions on the assignment can be found here
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send the electronic proposal to WWF-Viet Nam’s designated mail box at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your e-mail must have the subject heading as “Ref 65.21- [name of company/consultant] – Proposal Submission”.
The maximum size per email that WWF-Viet Nam can receive is 25MB.
And, Bidders must send their proposals by courier. The outer sealed envelope shall be clearly marked “Proposal for Tender Ref 65.21 - “My An Water Supply Plant’’ -[name of company] - DO NOT OPEN BEFORE SUBMISSION DEADLINE”, and shall be addressed to WWF-Viet Nam at the following address: No.6, Lane 18, Nguyen Co Thach street, Nam Tu Liem district, Hanoi, Viet Nam.
Deadline for submission is June 22nd, 2021 at 17:00 (ICT)
Time limit for sending questions to this tender is: June 10th, 2021, 17:00 (ICT).
Late submission of proposals shall not be considered.
Only selected candidate(s) will be contacted about the outcome of their tender.
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30/09/2021Save the Children