Jordania tenders waste-to-energy facility on DBOT

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Jordania tenders waste-to-energy facility on DBOT

The Greater Amman Municipality (GAM), Jordania, has launched a request for proposals (RFP) for a Municipal Solid Waste-to-Energy facility PPP project.

GAM has two sites available for development of the project, the Al Ghabawi Landfill site and the Al Shaer Transfer Station site. The new facility will have an initial capacity of 1,200 to 1,500 tons per day (TPD) with at least two fully redundant processing lines.

The project will includes the design, build, finance, maintain, operate and transfer and will be developed on DBOT basis.

The bidders may propose technology that can include but not be limited to the following municipal solid waste processing technologies:

  • mixed waste material recovery facility;
  • anaerobic digestion;
  • composting;
  • thermal processing facility with energy recovery (gasification, pyrolysis, mass-burn combustion);
  • refuse derived fuel production; and
  • any combination of these technologies.

A pre-proposal meeting will be held on 3 May 2015. Interested parties must submit their proposals on or before 5 October 2015. The preferred bidder is scheduled to be selected between September 2015 and April 2016.

The GAM includes 22 administrative regions with total population of 2,528,500 in 2013. Amman is the capital and the most populous city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. According to the country's department of statistics, the actual growth rate of the population is Amman is 2.2%.

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