Binding offers submitted for Epirus waste management PPP project

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Binding offers submitted for Epirus waste management PPP project

On April 2nd, binding offers were submitted for the selection of the private partner who will undertake the implementation of the Epirus waste management PPP project in Greece.

The five candidates that submitted binding offers are as follows:

The private partners will undertake the design, financing, construction, maintenance, facility management and operation of the respective waste treatment facility for 27 years.

The facility in Epirus will manage about 150 thousand tons of waste annually, including all municipal solid waste generated in the entire administrative area of Epirus.

As in all waste management PPP competitions in Greece, the process allowed all available technologies that cover the environmental targets, European and Greek legislation. The lowest fee to be paid by the users will constitute the main selection criterion, while meeting all environmental goals. The project will be co-financed by the European Union's structural funds.

This project is the fifth waste management PPP tender concluding in Greece, following the waste management PPPs in Peloponnese, Western Macedonia, Serres and Elia.

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