Russia seeks study of small hydro plant, heat-pump stations

The Russian government invites expressions of interest from consultants to conduct an engineering survey of the construction sites of two heat-pumping stations and a small hydroelectric plant. Responses are due August 3.

With funding from the World Bank for an environmental management project, Russia’s National Pollution Abatement Facility Executive Directorate invites consultants to indicate their interest in surveying sites of heat-pumping stations HPS-2 and HPS-3 and the small hydro plant at Novoshakhtinsk in Rostovskaya Oblast.

Work includes development of design documents in a working draft stage, to be completed in 2007.

Expressions of interest and qualifications are due to the address below by August 3. For information, contact General Director Yurij L. Maksimento, National Pollution Abatement Facility Executive Directorate, 19 Leninsky Prospect, 119991, Moscow, GSP-1, Russia; (7) 495-7304097; Fax: (7) 495-9553114; E-mail: npaf@npaf.ru; Internet: www.npaf.ru.

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