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CLOSED-Pre-RFQ Release Informational Meeting, Seattle Public Utilities 2012-2015 Natural Soil Building Program Contract

Original Date Posted: June 14, 2012 4:55 pm

Due Date:

Pre-RFQ Release Informational Meeting
Seattle Public Utilities
2013-2015 Natural Soil Building Program Contract

When:     Wednesday, June 27, 2012
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Where:   Seattle Municipal Tower
700 – 5th Avenue
40th Floor – Room 4080

This contract continues services provided under the Natural Soil Building Program (NSB), including the Master Composter / Soil Builder (MC/SB) volunteer program, and the Garden Hotline.  These services are a part of Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) overall Natural Yard Care outreach. Through these services, information on soil building, composting of yard debris and food scraps, use of compost and mulch, grasscycling, natural lawn care, soil biology, plant care and selection, insect, animal and plant pests, IPM alternatives to pesticide use, weed management, urban food growing, appropriate recycling of compostable or recyclable packaging, outdoor water conservation, reducing storm water runoff and protecting water quality is made available to residents of the City of Seattle, and, in the case of the Garden Hotline, to residents of King County at large.

Draft Agenda

–       Introductions – How the NSB Program serves SPU’s customers
–       Natural Soil Building Program history, goals, and 2013-15 Scope of Work
–       Contracting methods and process
–       WMBE Inclusion Plan
–       Questions and Answers
–       Meet and Greet Opportunities for Prime and Sub-consultants

No registration is required.  The RFP is planned to be released sometime during July 2012.  If you have any questions please contact Vicky Schiantarelli (206-684-7821)

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