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Tender launched for PPP waste project in Sambalpur

🕔 August 14, 2013
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The Sambalpur Municipal Council is seeking private sector participation to improve the management of  municipal solid waste (MSW) in the cities of Sambalpur, Burla and Hirakud and it has launched a Request for Qualifications for companies interested.

Meghraj Capital Advisors Private Limited is advising Sambalpur Municipal Corporation (SMC) in developing the project.

The concessionaire will provide the following services:

  1. Street sweeping and door-to-door collection of MSW from households, commercial activities and markets in Sambalpur, Burla and Hirakud and transportation to secondary collection points.
  2. Transportation of waste from the secondary collection points to the landfill site.
  3. Development of processing plant and sanitary landfill at the Jamadarpali site.
  4. Collection and transportation from the secondary collection points to the landfill site the grass/bush cutting waste and drainage cleaning waste collected by SMC, Burla NAC and Hirakud NAC.
  5. Design, construct, operate and maintain the Project facilities (which include the landfill facility and the processing facility).
  6. Close, cover and decommission the landfill site and provide post-closure activities for 5 years following its closure.

The concession period will be 20 years from the completion of the Project facilities.

Pre-Bid conferences will take place at the Sambalpur Municipal Office on 24th August 2013.

The Deadline for submission of qualification documents is 20 September 2013.

Source: RFQ Sambalpur Municipal Council

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