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USDA, Forest Service Regional Office, R1, Missoula, MT.

This requirement is a total small business set-aside under NAICS code 237990. The Custer Gallatin National Forest is conducting a removal action as part of the Riley Pass Uranium Mines CERCLA response action in Harding County, South Dakota. The Riley Pass site comprises several abandoned uranium mines with elevated levels of heavy metals and radioactive isotopes. The work involves excavating and moving about 20,000 CY of contaminated mine waste to a designated consolidation area, regrading excavated areas, and placing 15,000 CY of soil cover over the consolidated waste and removal areas. Erosion control, dust control, soil amendments, and revegetation are part of the contract requirements. This work is being performed under the Forest Service's CERCLA authority, and all personnel must have current 40-hr HAZWOPER certification. Contractor shall begin performance within 10 calendar days and complete it within 150 calendar days after receiving notice to proceed. The estimated price magnitude is between $1M and $5M. Responses are due by 3:00 PM MT on April 20, 2020.

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