|Project name:||WEST LONDON RESIDUAL WASTE SERVICES|
Design, build, finance and operation of (or provision of capacity at) a facility or facilities for the treatment and disposal of West London Waste Authority’s (WLWA) residual waste.
The contract will cover the boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow and Richmond-upon-Thames.
Services may also include the provision of pre-sorting facilities, provision of or management of facilities such as transfer stations, landfill services, haulage of waste and/or materials, the securing of off-take for process residues, recyclates, energy and bio-fuels and potentially the provision of information and visitor facilities.
The project is expected to start 1 April 2015.
|Sector:||Waste & water|
|Government deptartment:||UK - Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs|
|Region:||UK - - London|
|Current status:||Project Signed - 28/11/2013|
|Public Sector Procuror Details|
|Authority/Commssioning body:||West London Waste Authority|
|Public sector contact:||Ken Lawson
Tel: +44 20 8814 9800
|Public sector advisors:||Sharpe Pritchard - Legal Advisors
Mott MacDonald - Technical Advisors
|Private Sector Details|
|Private sector shareholders:||Itochu - Shareholders
SITA - Shareholders
Scottish Widows Investment Partners - Shareholders
|Private sector advisors:||Allen & Overy - Legal Advisors
RBC Capital Markets - Financial Advisors
|Private sector debt-providers:||Green Investment Bank - Debt Providers
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ - Debt Providers
Credit Agricole - Debt Providers
Mizuho Bank - Debt Providers
SMBC Europe Limited - Debt Providers
|Private Sector Shortlist|
|Consortium name:||EON Energy from Waste consortium|
|Private sector shareholders:||E.on - Shareholders
TATA Group - Shareholders
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