Belgium-Brussels: UCA 16/022 — waste disposal services for the different buildings occupied by the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union in Brussels and the surrounding area
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://tendering.consilium.europa.eu
Section II: Object
UCA 16/022 — waste disposal services for the different buildings occupied by the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union in Brussels and the surrounding area.
The contract involves the disposal of waste from buildings occupied by the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, including 3 located close to the Schuman roundabout in Brussels and a storage warehouse currently located in Overijse.
The following types of waste are to be removed: class II, class III (construction waste), hazardous waste (e.g. ink cartridges, batteries, bulbs, oils, solvents), medical waste, glass, wood, metal, plastic bottles and containers, metal containers and packaging, cartons, electrical appliances, IT, excluding paper, cardboard and polystyrene.
This contract covers the following services:
— hire of various types of container (item 1 on the financial form),
— collection, transport, emptying (item 3 on the financial form),
— selective treatment, recycling, recovery or incineration (item 4 on the financial form) of all types of waste except paper, cardboard and polystyrene, as well as the purchase of related supplies (e.g. single-use containers) needed to carry out the services required (item 2 on the financial form),
— support services to improve the quality of waste sorting.
The Secretariat attaches particular importance to compliance with environmental protection rules and requests a guarantee from the future contractor that waste will be disposed of at the correct treatment facility in accordance with the legislation in force for each type of waste. This contract involves acquiring high-quality services that are carried out taking account of both economic efficiency and compliance with the ISO 14001 environmental standards and the EMAS Regulation. Whenever relevant, the contractor shall inform the Secretariat of any opportunities to improve the services set out in the contract.
The General Secretariat of the Council shall not publish the estimated value of the contracts (see points II.1.5 and II.2.6). The estimated volume of the contract is indicated in the specifications.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
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1. certificate of enrolment on the professional or trade register, a statement under oath, or a certificate in accordance with the conditions laid down in the Member State in which the tenderer resides;
2. copy of the balance sheets and operating accounts, or other supporting documents which clearly state, as a minimum, the turnover and pre-tax profit for the past 3 years.
1) presentation of the company, its fields of activity and its structure, with evidence of its professional and technical capacity;
2) list of references for the main services provided over the past 3 years which are similar to those in this contract, with details of their values, dates and the public or private recipients involved;
3) description of the technical equipment, tools and materials used to carry out the contract;
4) statement as to the tenderer's average annual manpower for the past 3 years;
5) indication of the part of the contract which the tenderer intends to subcontract, if at all;
6) provide evidence that the tenderer has implemented a certified environmental management system meeting the requirements of a recognised standard such as ISO 14001, EMAS or equivalent. In addition, provide a description of the environmental management measures which the tenderer applies as a general rule to similar contracts;
7) the tenderer must provide the approved waste collector and transporter certificates for the Brussels-Capital Region and the Flemish and Walloon regions. These certificates must be provided for the different categories of waste involved in this tender.
the tenderer must provide proof that it owns at least:
— 3 lorries for transporting containers of 12/20/30 m3,
— 2 self-contained compactors of 20 m3,
— 5 open containers of 12 m3,
— 5 open containers of 20 m3,
— 5 open containers of 30 m3,
— 6 bottle banks with a capacity of 1 500 l,
— 10 watertight open-top containers for hazardous waste and ink cartridges (height +- 750 mm) with a capacity of 600 l,
— 5 boxes for bulbs (height +-800 mm) with a capacity of 1 100 l,
— 5 wire mesh containers (height +-1 600 mm) on pallets for brown goods (TVs, computers, etc.) and white goods (domestic appliances, etc.) with a capacity of 2 200 l,
— capacity support for optimising the quality of waste sorting.
1. Have approval from the appropriate authorities for the collection and transport of hazardous waste and approval or authorisation from the appropriate authorities for the collection and transport of non-hazardous waste pursuant to legislation on collection, transport and treatment of waste in force where said waste collection, transport and treatment is carried out.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
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