The provision of services for treatment and diversion from landfill of up to 35,000 tonnes per annum of collected residual municipal solid waste (“MSW”) collected by or on behalf of Halton Borough Council (“HBC”).
Halton Borough Council
Provision of Residual Waste Treatment Services
The provision of services for treatment and diversion from landfill of up to 35,000 tonnes per annum of collected residual municipal solid waste (“MSW”) collected by or on behalf of Halton Borough Council (“HBC”). There shall be an option for HBC to consider delivering residual waste originating from Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC’s) if required during the contract, however, this service is not currently envisaged.
HBC, in partnership with the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (“MRWA”) has already secured a contract for the management of recyclables and compostables. HBC has also secured a contract for landfill disposal of MSW, and is involved, with MRWA, in the process of procuring a long term contract for the diversion of residual MSW from landfill: the “Resource Recovery Contract” (Contract Notice 2007/S 131-161090). It is anticipated that the services provided under the Resource Recovery Contract will commence in 2015.
HBC is now seeking to procure capacity at residual waste treatment facilities to divert collected residual MSW for the period up to the commencement of the services under the Resource Recovery Contract. Capacity is anticipated to be required from December 2012.
It is anticipated that the scope of the contract will be for up to 35,000 tonnes of MSW to be diverted from landfill per annum. The quantity of waste is approximate only. The initial delivery point for the waste shall be within a 6 mile radius of the current operational depot at Lowerhouse Lane, Widnes, WA8 7AW.
This procurement refers to the short term capacity contract for the treatment of collected residual MSW only and not to the treatment of segregated recyclates or garden waste.
Tenderers shall submit a service delivery plan detailing the waste delivery point(s), method of treatment and proposed diversion rates.
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