No totals required.
This procurement is subject to the provisions of the Canadian Free Trade Agreement, the Atlantic Procurement Agreement and the Quebec-New Brunswick Procurement Agreement.
Where it is deemed practicable and in the best interest of the Province a contract may be awarded to more than one supplier for the same item or group of items.
CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
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Please note the following Vendor questions and responses:
Q1. Is it possible to have the exact location (addresses, area code) for each site (We only have the name of the place ex: Tide Head, Eel River, ST. Martin, etc...in the price schedule)
A1. DTI is not able to provide the exact addresses for each location listed. This tender document contains over 100 DTI locations in which operations vary in each district. For the request of exact DTI addresses, Vendors must query to the respective District once the Vendor has been awarded the contract.
Q2. On the price schedule except from Doaktown (2 liters), all the quantity are 1...Is it the case?
A2. All quantities that are listed in the Item List are accurate and remain the same as shown on Tender Form.
Q3. What are the average annual volume for each site for each product?
A3. DTI cannot issue an annual volume on this contract. Quantities may vary depending on season, staffing, capacity, assets, and locations. As stated in the tender specifications, the approximate annual volume is 250,000 litres province wide but that may vary. It also states, each location volume may vary between 1,500 litres - 35,000 litres.
Q4. What are the approximate storage capacities of used oil for each site?
A4. All locations vary in size, storage capacity and an approximate storage capacity cannot be provided due to restrictions. Some locations may only be seasonal, as others may adjust the storage capacity to large or smaller scales, depending on stock.
Q5. Since our company is located in Quebec, do we need to follow the module d'apprentissage sur l'équité salariale (for more than 50 employee?)
A5. When an organization has 50 or more employees, all vendors must have pay equity when operating in New Brunswick. A pay Equity learning module is required to complete when working with 50 or more employees in an organization or when the contract is valued over $1,000,000.00. Where GNB will be paying fees incurred over the duration of this contract, DTI does not have an estimated dollar value for this contract. Limits may exceed threshold depending on quantities picked up and fees sustained.
Q6. The UOMA Atlantic adjust the total volume for used oil that have more than 5 % of water. Does that rule apply for the used oil collected at your facilities?
A6. All UOMA Atlantic rules apply to New Brunswick DTI contracts for pickup, disposal and transportation of used lubricant oils, antifreeze and/or any other hydrocarbon materials. On the UOMA website it states that Vendors must detect and deduct water levels over 5% and under 35% from the total volume received. As stated in the tender specifications; the allowable contamination level before the waste is considered a contaminated material is 20% water.
All other information remains the same
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Please note the Closing Date has changed to January 7, 2020.
All other information remains the same.
This Tender consists of the
pick-up, removal and disposal of used automotive lubricants, oil filters, and antifreeze from locations throughout the Province of New Brunswick.
Contracts will be effective for a two-year period, from December 1, 2019 until November 30, 2021, with the option to renew for one (1) additional one-year period.
Vendors may bid on one, multiple, or all Sites. A bid on any Site is a bid to provide pick-up, removal and disposal services for the six (6) sub-items listed for that Site.
There are documents attached to this Tender which should be completed and accompany your bid. As required, vendors should submit a completed
Multiple Locations Information sheet attached to this Tender document.
Appendix A - Vendor Information and
Appendix B - Additional Pick Up Locations should be completed and returned as part of your Tender submission. Appendix B - Additional Pick Up Locations will be used for informational purposes only in the event additional locations
are added to the contract. Vendors will be required to complete these documents prior to contract award.
Bids must include pricing for pick-up, removal and transporting waste lubricants, filters and antifreeze to approved disposal sites. The Government of New Brunswick will pay the fees incurred for the disposal of waste lubricants, filters and antifreeze removed
only from Government of New Brunswick sites.
REQUIRED TO SIGN AND DATE THEIR BID IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW
This is a tender notice only. In order to submit a bid, you must obtain official tender documents from the New Brunswick Opportunities Network, another authorized tendering service or as indicated in the tender notice.
Bids must be received at:
Central Tendering Branch
Fredericton Regional Centre
Suite 2300, 300 St. Mary's Street,
Fax: (506) 444-4200
Public opening of bids will take place on closing day at 14:00 Atlantic Time, in Fredericton Regional Centre, Suite 2300, 300 St. Mary's Street, Fredericton, N.B. E3A 2S4.
All bids must be stated in Canadian Funds.
All tenders must be F.O.B. destination, freight prepaid.
Sales taxes should not be included in the unit, extended or total prices.
This Invitation is being conducted under the provisions of the Procurement Act and Regulation as of the date of the issuance of the Invitation. Bidders may obtain a copy of the Act and Regulation on-line free of charge Procurement Act, Regulation or a paper copy may be purchased from the Queen's Printer, Province of N.B., P.O. Box 6000,Fredericton, N.B. E3B 5H1.
All suppliers engaged to deliver services on behalf of the Government of New Brunswick must ensure compliance with the
Official Languages Act in the delivery of those services. For more information, please refer to the
Official Languages Act.
Written questions relating to this opportunity may be submitted to the address provided below via email by clicking on Questions. Please be sure to include the solicitation/tender number in the subject line.
EMAIL ADDRESS: firstname.lastname@example.org
This email account is strictly for the receipt of questions on open opportunities. This email is not for the submission of bids.
The Atlantic Provinces Standard Terms & Conditions for Goods and Services apply to this procurement and are considered to be incorporated into this document. By submitting a bid, you agree and accept these terms and conditions. Current "Atlantic Provinces Standard Terms and Conditions" are available on the New Brunswick Opportunities Network, the Council of Atlantic Premiers' Website or from an authorized service provider.
Under Canadian law (and international agreements), your Bid must arrive separately and independently, without conspiracy, collusion or fraud; see http://www.competitionbureau.gc.ca/eic/site/cb-bc.nsf/eng/home for further information.
A bidder must obtain official bid documents from a distribution service, authorized by the Minister of Service New Brunswick, in order to submit a bid. The current authorized distribution services are the
New Brunswick Opportunities Network (NBON) (operated by Service New Brunswick, Province of NB),
BIDS (operated by Tendering Publications Ltd.) and
MERX (operated by Mediagrif Interactive Technologies). Failure to submit the official bid documents or provide proof that the
official bid documents were properly obtained will result in rejection of the bid. In order to facilitate the evaluation process, Bidders are requested to respond in the same format as the official bid documents.
Where the estimated value of the goods or services to be procured is below
the lowest applicable threshold value of any relevant trade agreement, Service New Brunswick reserves the right to give preferential treatment to a prospective supplier from New Brunswick or the Atlantic Region. Should this right be exercised, the following order of priority will apply: a) firstly, New Brunswick manufacturers if the goods to be procured are manufactured in New Brunswick; b) secondly, New Brunswick vendors; and c) thirdly, Atlantic Suppliers. The preference will be applied based
on the price differential
between the lowest acceptable bid and the bid receiving preferential treatment. Unless otherwise indicated, there shall be no limit on the price differential under which a preference may be applied. The decision to apply a preference will be at the sole discretion of Service New Brunswick.
All discounts quoted will be considered to be without limitations.
Payment of invoices is the responsibility of the department or organization to whom the goods are shipped or services are supplied.
Award of contracts: no contract shall be awarded and no payment shall be made to a vendor unless authorized by the Minister or his delegates. The Minister may make an award to the preferred vendor conditional on the negotiation and acceptance of a detailed contract between the Province and the vendor. In such cases, should the detailed contract negotiations not be completed in a reasonable period of time, the Province reserves the right to discontinue negotiations with the vendor and
subsequently enter into negotiations with the second preferred vendor.
No right or duty, in whole or in part, of the vendor under a contract issued may be assigned or delegated without the prior consent of the Strategic Procurement Branch.
Unless the Strategic Procurement Branch has determined otherwise prior to tender closing, all prices must be extended and totaled.
The province of New Brunswick reserves the right to negotiate pricing, value added and other savings opportunities with the successful proponent at time of award and throughout the contract.
Does your organization have 50 or more employees?
The Government of New Brunswick is committed to encouraging and incentivizing the adoption of pay equity by employers doing business with government.
Prior to the award of procurements for goods and services valued over $1,000,000, suppliers, with fifty (50) or more employees will be required to complete the Pay Equity Learning Module developed by the Women's Equality Branch. Suppliers should provide a copy of their certificate of completion with their bid submission.
To complete the online module and obtain your certificate, please visit www.gnb.ca/payequity. For questions, please contact the Pay Equity Bureau toll free: (877) 253-0266 or by Email: email@example.com.
All Suppliers engaged to deliver goods or services to the Government of New Brunswick must ensure compliance with the Designated Materials Regulation in the provision or delivery of those goods obligated under that Regulation. Please refer to
Recycle NB's website and the
Designated Materials Regulation for specifics.
The Province of New Brunswick is now using Direct Deposit as the standard method of issuing payments. Suppliers are required to provide bank account information and an email address for the notice of remittance. Please send the completed Direct Deposit Form to Service New Brunswick (e-mail address and mailing address are indicated on the form).
Please click on the link below to view the Direct Deposit Form.
Solicitation documents will be provided in either of the Province of New Brunswick's two official languages; English or French upon request.