Phase 1 Leachate Treatment System
Rental Air Stripper with Vapor-Phase Volatile Organic
Compound (VOC) Reduction or Other Effective
Liquid-Phase VOC Treatment System
Request for Proposals
The City of Bristol, Virginia is accepting proposals for a leachate treatment system consisting of a rental self-cleaning filtration system, air stripper with VOC vapor treatment in the form of granular activated carbon or other effective liquid-phase VOC treatment system in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Request for Proposals. The original proposal and five (5) copies must be received by the issuing office by no later than February 17, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. eastern time. Offerors shall provide one (1) additional copy with all information considered proprietary redacted and suitable for public inspection in accordance with Section 2.2-4342 of the Code of Virginia.
Proposals must be sealed, addressed, and clearly labeled as follows:
City of Bristol, Virginia
Emily Compton, Procurement Specialist
300 Lee Street
Bristol, Virginia 24201
Proposal for Leachate Treatment System
February 17, 2023
Questions regarding requirements set forth in the Request for Proposals must be submitted in writing to Emily Compton at no later than one (1) week prior to the due date.
The leachate treatment system is to be installed and operated at the Bristol Integrated Solid Waste Management Facility located at 2655 Valley Drive in Bristol, Virginia. This Facility consists of multiple landfills including two closed landfills (designated as Permit No. 498 Landfill and Permit No. 221 Landfill) and one recently active quarry landfill (designated Permit No. 588 Landfill). Landfill leachate and other landfill liquids from the Permit No. 588 Landfill and Permit No. 498 Landfill are collected and piped to discharge to the local publicly owned treatment works (Bristol Virginia Utility Authority
(BVUA or BVU). The attached figure (Attachment 1) depicts the location of each landfill, the existing leachate storage tank (which is shown on the figure but is not used due to its condition), the approximate location of leachate piping prior to offsite discharge to the local publicly owned treatment works (POTW), and sample locations corresponding to the sample result tables discussed below.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS PLEASE SEE ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION
ADDENDUM No. 1
The amendment answers questions that have been received in relation to this project. It also adds the requirement for granular activated carbon polishing phase of treatment and includes a draft process flow diagram. Please see the addendum for additional information. The due date of 02/17/2023 remains.