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Burdekin water quality improvement tender dataset

Central Queensland University
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The Burdekin Water Quality tender was run by the Burdekin Dry Tropics Natural Resource Management Group in 2007 and 2008, with $600,000 available for landholder incentives from government programs. Key aspects of the tender design and process are summarised as follows: • Single bidding round, • Sealed bids, • Discriminatory pricing, • An (unspecified) reserve price, • Multiple bids allowed from landholders, • No cap on bids, • One year contracts for successful bidders, • Two payment periods for successful bidders: 60% upfront and 40% on completion, • Simple contracts used to secure agreements, and • Simple monitoring and reporting processes. Submissions were assessed using the metric, on the basis of cost effectiveness of the water quality benefits resulting from the proposed activities. Water quality benefits, relative to end-of-catchment target for different pollutants, yielded the environmental benefit score (EBS) of each submission.
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