Tender launched for Serbian waste treatment plant through PPP

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Tender launched for Serbian waste treatment plant through PPP

The government of Serbia, through the Regional Development Agency South, has launched a tender process to develop a waste PPP project for the Serbian region around the city of Nis.

The project includes the development of a regional center for waste management (RCWM) and 5 transfer stations (TS). The preferred bidder will be responsible for the construction and management of RCWM and TS, treatment/disposal of municipal solid waste for the members of the Nis region.

The members included are the following: the City of Nis, Aleksinac, Doljevac, Svrljig, Merošina, Gadzin Han, Sokobanja and Razanj. The region has a population of approximately 400,000 inhabitants. The minimum amount of waste production guaranteed by the city of Nis and municipalities is 82.742 t. Interested bidders shall use their right to examine the structure and volume of the waste and make all other analyses necessary to prepare the bid.

The project will be developed on a design, build, finance and operation (DBFO) basis.

Interested parties must submit their bids on or before 25 September 2015.

See tender announcement:


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