|Project name:||NORTH WALES WASTE TREATMENT PPP|
Denbighshire, Flintshire, Conwy, Gwynedd and Anglesey councils are jointly supporting a project to dispose of waste in North Wales. The project involves building and operating a waste treatment facility.
They currently manage and dispose of 311,000 tonnes of municipal solid waste every year. Up to 61% of that is classified as biodegradable.
The facility is expected to be operational by 2017.
|Sector:||Waste & water|
|Government deptartment:||UK - Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs|
|Region:||UK - Wales|
|Current status:||Preferred Bidder - 17/04/2014|
|Public Sector Procuror Details|
|Authority/Commssioning body:||The North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project, headed by Flintshire County Council|
|Public sector contact:||Steffan Owen
Tel: 01352 704915
|Public sector advisors:||Pinsent Masons - Legal Advisors
AMEC - Technical Advisors
Grant Thornton - Financial Advisors
|Private Sector Details|
|Consortium name:||Wheelabrator consortium|
|Private sector shareholders:||Wheelabrator Technologies - Shareholders
|Private Sector Shortlist|
|Consortium name:||Sita UK consortium|
|Private sector shareholders:||SITA - Shareholders
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