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United Kingdom-Craigavon: Refuse and waste related services
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Residual Municipal Waste Contract for Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council.
Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council (the Authority) has a statutory duty under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997 No. 2778 (N.I. 19) (Order) (Part II Articles 20(1)(a)(b)and 20(2)) to arrange for the collection of household, commercial and industrial waste. The Authority is also required under that Order (Part II, Article 25(1)(a)) to make arrangements for the disposal of any waste collected or removed under Article 20. Pursuant to Article 25(2)(B) of the above Order, the Authority is seeking to award a Contract for the receipt, treatment, recovery, recycling and disposal by the contractor of local authority collected municipal waste. This waste shall comprise of fractions from domestic and commercial collections, recycling centres and street cleansing (excluding gully waste).
The Authority currently provides kerbside collection of municipal waste from 61 129 locations — in the Craigavon area (40 584) and the Armagh area (20 585) in Northern Ireland. The Authority utilises 138 individual routes designated to lift from these locations over a ten-day (2 weekly) collection cycle. There are approximately 1 300 tonnes of municipal waste collected over this ten-day cycle. An average collection round covers 60.78 miles. An average collection round realises 8.9 tonnes of municipal waste on a daily basis. Under the Contract, the Authority has an obligation to provide the Minimum Tonnage (as defined in the Contract) to the contractor in each contract year. As specified in the Contract, if there is a Contract Waste Shortfall (also defined in the Contract) the Authority may, at its absolute discretion, procure Top Up Waste (also defined in the Contract) (up to the Minimum Tonnage) from other local authorities in which case such waste shall be treated as local authority.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information