Derby City Council

TD1547 - Organic Waste Processing

Derby City Council ('the Council') is procuring a new contract for the processing of organics waste. The Council requires a contractor to provide a processing facility for the receipt and processing of the organics waste and associated services such as marketing of the output materials. The contract will comprise a 3-year, initial term, commencing on 9.6.2020, with 2 possible extensions, each of 1-year duration. It is anticipated that the Council will require sorting capacity for approximately 16 000-22 000 tonnes per annum

Published: April 6, 2020

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2 months left 36 month contract

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