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OUTFALL 200 MERCURY TREATMENT FACILITY
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is seeking a contractor to construct a water treatment facility needed for mercury remediation at Y-12 National Security Complex (Y-12), Oak Ridge Tennessee. The objective of this procurement is two-fold: (1) Provide a capability to treat mercury-contaminated water that discharges from the Y-12 storm sewer to East Fork Poplar Creek (EFPC); and (2) provide future capability to assist with treatment of contaminated water that is expected to be generated during large-scale demolition and soil remediation projects.
Historical missions at the Y-12 resulted in the release of mercury to the environment. Residual mercury is being remobilized and transported through the storm drain network to Outfall 200 (OF200) into the EFPC. To capture mercury-contaminated water entering EFPC from OF200 for treatment, a water diversion system will be located just downstream of OF200. Due to site constraints, the OF200 Mercury Treatment Facility (MTF) is planned to be comprised of two primary areas, the Headworks area and the MTF area, joined by a transfer pipeline corridor.
The "Documents Library" page of this website will be periodically updated to include various types of relevant information concerning this acquisition.
Interested parties may submit questions to OF200MTF@emcbc.doe.gov.
Contracting Officer: Travis Marshall - firstname.lastname@example.org