Project Information
Project name: POLAND: Gdansk waste to energy PPP
Project description:

City of Gdansk has launch a tender for the design, construction, partial financing, maintenance and operation, of a waste-to-energy facility, with a nominal capacity of 250,000 Mg / year. The scope of the project includes the transportation of waste to incineration.

Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 27 October 2014, with requests for documents due by 24 October.

A preliminary estimate is that the private partner will bear at least the risk of construction and the availability of the planned incinerator in the province of Pomerania.

The terms of reference will be specified at the end of the competitive dialogue.

It is assumed by the authority that the project will be co-financed from EU funds under the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020. The remaining funds to cover capital expenditure will be provided by a public entity and/or by the private partner, in accordance with the division of tasks and risks identified during the competitive dialogue. 

The total estimated value of the project is €216m (900m PLN)


The companies which have expressed an interest in the project are;


  • Waste Management
  • Veolia Environment
  • E-ON
  • Grape Tiru
  • Hochtief
  • Doosan
  • Remondis
  • Hitachi 


Related Headlines:

24 September 2014 - Poland tenders Gdansk waste facility 

28/02/2013 -Poland plans new waste PPPs 

Type: PPP
Sector: Waste & water
Region: Eastern Europe
Current status: Advertised - 17/09/2014
Contract Terms
Capital value: €216.00m
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: City of Gdansk
Public sector contact: Zakład Utylizacyjny Spółka z oo ul.
Tel: +48 583 260 100 .:
Fax: +48 583 221 576

This page was last updated on:
24 September 2014.


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