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United Kingdom-Glenrothes: Water-treatment chemicals. Deadline:13.06.2016


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United Kingdom-Belfast: Economic research services. Deadline:03.06.2016


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United Kingdom-Glenrothes: Water-treatment chemicals. Deadline:13.06.2016


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United Kingdom-Warrington: Wastewater-plant repair and maintenance work. PIN


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United Kingdom-Coventry: Software package and information systems. Deadline:16.05.2016


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United Kingdom-Peterborough: Sewage services. Deadline:15.5.2016


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United Kingdom-Peterborough: Flood-prevention works. Deadline:25.05.2016


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United Kingdom-Peterborough: Energy-efficiency consultancy services. Deadline:17.05.2016


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United Kingdom-Treharris: Building and facilities management services. Deadline:30.05.2016


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United Kingdom-Coventry: Telemetry and control equipment. Deadline:13.05.2016


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United Kingdom-Peterborough: IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support. Deadline:31.05.2016


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United Kingdom-Peterborough: Natural gas. Deadline:16.05.2016


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