|Project name:||UK: Dundee and Angus Waste PPP|
Dundee City and Angus Councils have announced the final two bidders for a contract to treat and dispose of residual waste from the two council areas for a period of 20-25 years from 2017.
MVV Environment Services and Veolia ES Aurora will go forward to the next stage of the bidding process for the long-term waste partnership with the two councils. Four firms were shortlisted in April 2015 including Amey and SITA.
The councils will require treatment and disposal services for approximately 60,000 to 90,000 tonnes/annum of Residual Municipal Waste. The contract will have a full operational period of circa 20 years, which may be preceded, by an interim services period of up to 3 years. It is anticipated that contract commencement will be November 2016.
It is envisaged that the contract will include the design, planning, construction, commissioning, licensing, permitting, operation and maintenance of Residual Municipal Waste reception and treatment facilities for the processing of Residual Municipal Waste to meet the targets and the requirements of the councils via a design, build, finance and operate approach, or through other means that achieve the same outcomes.
The energy from easte plant operated by Dundee Energy Recycling Limited (DERL) and relevant assets will be made available to any applicant that wishes to use them as part of their solution
|Sector:||Waste & water|
|Region:||UK - Scotland|
|Current status:||Shortlist - 11/12/2016|
|Public Sector Procuror Details|
|Authority/Commssioning body:||Dundee City and Angus Councils|
|Public sector contact:||Dundee City Council
Tel: +44 1382434000
Fax: +44 1382433045
|Private Sector Shortlist|
|Consortium name:||MVV Environment Services|
|Private sector shareholders:||MVV Environment - Shareholders
|Consortium name:||Veolia ES Aurora|
|Private sector shareholders:||Veolia - Shareholders
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