The City of Belgrade has launched a request for expressions of interest (RFEOI) for the Belgrade municipal waste treatment and disposal PPP project in Serbia.
The project will be designed to cater for the municipal waste generated in 14 municipalities of Belgrade, for a total of about 600,000t of waste per year. The overarching objective of the city is to bring Belgrade's waste disposal practices into accordance with the effective Republic of Serbia regulation, in line with EU regulation, and within the context of the country's EU accession negotiations.
The project will be developed on a design, build, finance operation and transfer (DBFOT) basis.
Interested parties must have proven experience in financing, designing, building and operating integrated waste treatment (including energy from waste) facilities with capacity to treat at least 1,000 tons per day, and existing and new waste disposal facilities with leachate treatment and landfill gas utilization.
The deadline to submit the expressions of interest is February 5, 2015.
In mid September we reported that the International Finance Corporation (IFC) had issued two request for expressions of interest (RFEOI) to hire a legal consulting firm and a technical consulting firm for the waste PPP project. IFC PPP Transaction Advisory is advising the city of Belgrade, acting as lead advisor, in structuring and tendering a PPP contract for the project.
Last October we discussed two more PPP projects to be developed in Belgrade:
See tender advertisement: