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9M5K-2JVX3B Kent and Medway Sustainable Energy Partnership Retrofitting Framework.

Kent County Council | Published November 27, 2014
Winner
Aran Services Limited, Climate Energy Limited, Polyramek-Energy Limited, Anglian Windows Limited, Insulate Your Home Limited t/a Ecologistics, Hamiliton (Building Contractors) Limited, Keepmoat Regeneration Limited, Lawtech Limited [Consortium Bid: Lawtech Limited (Lead Partner), Swale Heating Ltd (Consortia Partner), Agility ECO Services Ltd (Consortia Partner)], Mears Limited, SERS Energy Solutions Limited, Heat Domestic Limited t/a The Heating Hub, Agility Eco Services Limited, Green ROI Limited, The Sustainable Home Survey CIC, Campbell & Kennedy Limited
cpvs
45000000, 50000000, 44000000

Kent County Council, following an OJEU Open tender process, has now appointed a Framework of Service Providers to deliver sustainable energy retrofitting to the domestic sector and non-domestic properties across Kent and Medway on behalf of current and future members of the Kent and Medway Sustainable Energy Partnership (KMSEP). The Framework provides access to a network of Service Providers, which have access to sector relevant funding or finance for energy efficiency measures, and will manage the installation of energy efficiency measures. All specific works and projects will be awarded to the appointed Service Providers following a mini competition process. Four of the five lots advertised on the Contract Notice have been awarded. (Lot 4 Park Homes was not awarded.) The Lots are: 1. Delivery of HHCRO/ECO Affordable Warmth. 2. Delivery of Energy Efficiency Measures. 3. Delivery of Green Deal Assessments and Building Surveys. 4. Park Homes. [Not awarded.] 5. Renewable Energy.

SS15 22 — Reception, bulking and transport of residual waste (Canterbury and Thanet areas) for final disposal at the Allington Waste to Energy facility or other nominated facilities.

Kent County Council | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
Ling Metals Ltd
cpvs
90512000, 90513000, 90700000

This Contract will encompass the provision of reception, handling and waste haulage via a Site/s (i.e. the proposed Provider waste transfer station/s) conveniently located to serve the Canterbury City Council and Thanet District Council administrative areas. This/these haulage Site/s arrangement/s will provide the capacity to receive, control and re-load deposited waste at the approved Site/s and will also provide the means of transferring this Waste to the Allington Waste to Energy facility in the case of residual waste (although any temporary closure may mean diversion into alternative waste treatment sites which may include alternative waste treatment facilities). The Site/s will be used for the reception and bulking of residual waste and bulky waste, street sweeping and other street arisings. In the case of Food Waste — the Site must have the facility to receive and bulk waste to enable the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership to haul Food Waste to the final disposal destination. The provision of receiving and bulking of Food Waste for haulage is a separate contractual arrangement that must be arranged during mobilisation by the Provider and the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership. The Site/e will be required to have suitably permitted facilities (including weighbridge) to allow off-loading of a Refuse Collection Vehicle (RCV) and other municipal collection vehicles, including bulky household waste and vehicle street sweepings for the Canterbury and Thanet areas. The plant and/or compactor equipment at the transfer Site/s must be able to handle and load waste for onward haulage in appropriate vehicles, primarily to the Allington Waste to Energy facility and landfill site, currently at Shelford, Kent. Waste to be handled under this Contract shall in general be: — Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), including residual household waste, street sweepings and all other street arisings, bulky household waste and fly tipping; and — Separately collected household Food Waste derived from MSW. The Contract commenced on 5.11.2015 and will continue for a period of 2 years with an option to extend the Initial Term in 2 phases: the first being for a period of 1 year (12 months) and the second for a further period of 1 year (12 months) up to a maximum extension period of 2 years (24 months) unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract on the Kent Business Portal.

SS15 22 — Reception, bulking and transport of residual waste (Canterbury and Thanet areas) for final disposal at the Allington Waste to Energy facility or other nominated facilities.

Kent County Council | Published August 26, 2015  -  Deadline September 22, 2015
cpvs
90512000, 90513000, 90700000

This Contract/s will encompass the provision of reception, handling and waste haulage via a Site/s (i.e. the proposed Provider waste transfer station/s) conveniently located to serve the Canterbury City Council and Thanet District Council administrative areas. This/these haulage Site/s arrangement/s will provide the capacity to receive, control and re-load deposited waste at the approved Site/s and will also provide the means of transferring this Waste to the Allington Waste to Energy facility in the case of residual waste (although any temporary closure may mean diversion into alternative waste treatment sites which may include alternative waste treatment facilities). The Site/s will be used for the reception and bulking of residual waste and bulky waste, street sweeping and other street arisings. In the case of Food Waste — the Site must have the facility to receive and bulk waste to enable the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership to haul Food Waste to the final disposal destination. The provision of receiving and bulking of Food Waste for haulage is a separate contractual arrangement that must be arranged during mobilisation by the Provider and the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership. The Site will be required to have suitably permitted facilities (including weighbridge) to allow off-loading of a Refuse Collection Vehicle (RCV) and other municipal collection vehicles, including bulky household waste and vehicle street sweepings for the Canterbury and Thanet areas. The plant and/or compactor equipment at the transfer Site/s must be able to handle and load waste for onward haulage in appropriate vehicles, primarily to the Allington Waste to Energy facility and landfill site, currently at Shelford, Kent. Waste to be handled under this Contract shall in general be: — Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), including residual household waste, street sweepings and all other street arisings, bulky household waste and fly tipping, and; — Separately collected household Food Waste derived from MSW. The Contract/s is/are anticipated to commence on 5.11.2015 and will continue for a period of 2 years with an option to extend the Initial Term in two phases: the first being for a period of 1 year (12 months) and the second for a further period of 1 year (12 months) up to a maximum extension period of 2 years (24 months) unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract on the Kent Business Portal. The contracts will be tendered in 3 lots: — Lot 1: Canterbury City Council Area, — Lot 2: Thanet District Council Area, — Lot 3: Canterbury and Thanet Areas (Combined Lot). The combined Canterbury City Council and Thanet District Council areas will constitute Lot 3. In line with Regulation 46 (6) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, the Council reserves the right to award a combined Lot (Lot 3) to the same tenderer for the Canterbury and Thanet areas rather than award individual Lots.

Supply & Installation of Solar Photovoltaic Panels at Gun Wharf

Medway Council | Published May 13, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
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Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Contractor for The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaic paneling and invites Suppliers to submit a tender to meet the Council's requirements. The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 1st July 2015 and will continue for a period of 12 weeks until 23rd September 2015 with no provision to extend, unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract. Medway Council as part of a European Funded project wants to learn about, and promote the use of alternative and renewable technologies, as well as resource and energy and resource efficiencies through research, assessments and demonstration trials and events. The aim for Medway, by the end of the GreenFit project, is to define clearly how this type of technology could be applied to provide energy for the Council Portfolio of buildings or similar iconic buildings or premises the Council is responsible for. With this invitation to tender, we would like to call on interested parties to assist Medway Council with this assignment.

Supply & Installation of Solar Photovoltaic Panels at Gun Wharf

Medway Council | Published April 30, 2015  -  Deadline May 22, 2015
Winner
Solar Voltaics Ltd
cpvs

Medway Council wishes to select and appoint a suitable Contractor for The design, supply and installation of solar photovoltaic paneling and invites Suppliers to submit a tender to meet the Council's requirements. The Contract is anticipated to commence upon 1st July 2015 and will continue for a period of 12 weeks until 23rd September 2015 with no provision to extend, unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract. Medway Council as part of a European Funded project wants to learn about, and promote the use of alternative and renewable technologies, as well as resource and energy and resource efficiencies through research, assessments and demonstration trials and events. The aim for Medway, by the end of the GreenFit project, is to define clearly how this type of technology could be applied to provide energy for the Council Portfolio of buildings or similar iconic buildings or premises the Council is responsible for. With this invitation to tender, we would like to call on interested parties to assist Medway Council with this assignment.

Tender for Fixed Term, Fixed Price Natural Gas Supplies (Lot 1) and Fixed Term, Fixed Price Electricity for Non-Half Hourly, Half Hourly Metered and Certified Unmetered Supplies (Lot 2) — Y16021

Kent County Council | Published June 4, 2016
Winner
The Renewable Energy Company Limited
cpvs
09123000, 09310000

Commercial Services is 1 of the largest trading organisations of its kind in the UK with a turnover currently in excess of 600 000 000 GBP per annum and employing over 800 people from its base in Kent. With its Schools Supplies Division set up nearly 70 years ago by Kent County Council, it has grown organically since then to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and emergency services.

Laser Energy Buying Group was established as part of Commercial Services in 1989, in response to the increasing competitiveness of the deregulated energy markets and now provides complete energy solutions to 160 Local Authorities and other Public Sector bodies throughout the UK.

Kent County Council (the Contracting Authority) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.

In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, the Contracting Authority has created a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) divided in to Lots — Lot 1 — for the fixed term fixed price procurement of gas supplies and Lot 2 — procurement of electricity for Non-Half Hourly and Half Hourly metered and Certified Unmetered supplies.

The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the Public Contract Regulations 2015 and the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council. In brief the process will be as follows:

— Only those organisations that express their interest in this opportunity via the Kent Business Portal will receive this Invitation to Tender (ITT);

— All submitted compliant bids will be evaluated in accordance with the instructions contained within this document.

Tender for Fixed Term, Fixed Price Natural Gas Supplies (Lot 1) and Fixed Term, Fixed Price Electric

Kent County Council | Published June 4, 2016
Winner
Corona Energy Retail 4 Limited, SSE Energy Supply Limited, npower Limited, EDF Energy Customers PLC, Tempus Energy Supply Limited, The Renewable Energy Company Limited
cpvs
09123000, 09310000

Commercial Services is 1 of the largest trading organisations of its kind in the UK with a turnover currently in excess of 600 000 000 GBP per annum and employing over 800 people from its base in Kent. With its Schools Supplies Division set up nearly 70 years ago by Kent County Council, it has grown organically since then to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and emergency services.

Laser Energy Buying Group was established as part of Commercial Services in 1989, in response to the increasing competitiveness of the deregulated energy markets and now provides complete energy solutions to 160 Local Authorities and other Public Sector bodies throughout the UK.

Kent County Council (the Contracting Authority) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.

In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, the Contracting Authority has created a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) divided in to Lots — Lot 1 — for the fixed term fixed price procurement of gas supplies and Lot 2 — procurement of electricity for Non-Half Hourly and Half Hourly metered and Certified Unmetered supplies.

The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the Public Contract Regulations 2015 and the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council. In brief the process will be as follows:

— Only those organisations that express their interest in this opportunity via the Kent Business Portal will receive this Invitation to Tender (ITT);

— All submitted compliant bids will be evaluated in accordance with the instructions contained within this document.

Tender for Fixed Term, Fixed Price Natural Gas Supplies (LOT 1) and Fixed Term, Fixed Price Electricity for Non Half Hourly, Half Hourly Metered and Certified Unmetered Supplies (LOT 2) — Y16021.

Kent County Council | Published October 24, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
cpvs
09310000

Commercial Services is one of the largest trading organisations of its kind in the UK with a turnover currently in excess of 600 000 000 GBP per annum and employing over 800 people from its base in Kent. With its Schools Supplies Division set up nearly 70 years ago by Kent County Council, it has grown organically since then to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and emergency services. LASER Energy Buying Group was established as part of Commercial Services in 1989, in response to the increasing competitiveness of the deregulated energy markets and now provides complete energy solutions to 160 Local Authorities and other Public Sector bodies throughout the UK. Kent County Council (the Contracting Authority) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, the Contracting Authority wishes to create a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) divided in to Lots — Lot 1- for the fixed term fixed price procurement of gas supplies and Lot 2 — procurement of electricity for Non Half Hourly and Half Hourly metered and Certified Unmetered supplies. The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the Public Contract Regulations 2015 and the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU. In brief the process will be as follows: — Only those organisations that express their interest in this opportunity via the Kent Business Portal will receive this Invitation to Tender (ITT). — All submitted compliant bids will be evaluated in accordance with the instructions contained within this document.

Tender for Fixed Term, Fixed Price Natural Gas Supplies (LOT 1) and Fixed Term, Fixed Price Electric

Kent County Council | Published October 24, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
cpvs
09123000, 09310000, 09123000, 09310000

Commercial Services is one of the largest trading organisations of its kind in the UK with a turnover currently in excess of 600 000 000 GBP per annum and employing over 800 people from its base in Kent. With its Schools Supplies Division set up nearly 70 years ago by Kent County Council, it has grown organically since then to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and emergency services. LASER Energy Buying Group was established as part of Commercial Services in 1989, in response to the increasing competitiveness of the deregulated energy markets and now provides complete energy solutions to 160 Local Authorities and other Public Sector bodies throughout the UK. Kent County Council (the Contracting Authority) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, the Contracting Authority wishes to create a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) divided in to Lots — Lot 1- for the fixed term fixed price procurement of gas supplies and Lot 2 — procurement of electricity for Non Half Hourly and Half Hourly metered and Certified Unmetered supplies. The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the Public Contract Regulations 2015 and the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU. In brief the process will be as follows: — Only those organisations that express their interest in this opportunity via the Kent Business Portal will receive this Invitation to Tender (ITT). — All submitted compliant bids will be evaluated in accordance with the instructions contained within this document.

Y16045 — Water and Sewerage Services

Kent County Council | Published February 14, 2017
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65100000, 09320000, 24962000, 38421100, 39370000, 42912300, 44163140, 45330000, 50411100, 51514110, 65130000, 71800000, 90400000, 45232100, 45232150, 90400000, 45232100, 45232150

Commercial Services is one of the largest trading organisations of its kind in the UK with a turnover currently in excess of 600 000 000 GBP per annum and employing over 800 people from its base in Kent. With its Schools Supplies Division set up over 70 years ago by Kent County Council, it has grown organically since then to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and emergency services. LASER was established as part of Commercial Services in 1989, in response to the increasing competitiveness of the deregulated energy markets and now provides complete energy solutions to 160 Local Authorities and other Public Sector bodies throughout the UK. Kent County Council (the Contracting Authority) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, the Contracting Authority wishes to create a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) for Water Supply and Sewerage Services. The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the Public Contract Regulations 2015 and the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU.

Y16045 — Water and Sewerage Services

Kent County Council | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 17, 2017
cpvs
65100000, 09320000, 24962000, 38421100, 39370000, 42912300, 44163140, 45330000, 50411100, 51514110, 65130000, 71800000, 90400000, 45232100, 45232150

Commercial Services is one of the largest trading organisations of its kind in the UK with a turnover currently in excess of 600 000 000 GBP per annum and employing over 800 people from its base in Kent. With its Schools Supplies Division set up over 70 years ago by Kent County Council, it has grown organically since then to supply an ever-increasing range of best value goods and services to other publicly funded organisations. These include local government, education establishments, the care sector and emergency services. LASER was established as part of Commercial Services in 1989, in response to the increasing competitiveness of the deregulated energy markets and now provides complete energy solutions to 160 Local Authorities and other Public Sector bodies throughout the UK. Kent County Council (the Contracting Authority) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. In accordance with best procurement practice, EU and UK Procurement Directives and Regulations, the Contracting Authority wishes to create a Framework Agreement (the Agreement) for Water Supply and Sewerage Services. The procurement process adopted by the Contracting Authority is based upon the ‘Open’ Procedure, as detailed in the Public Contract Regulations 2015 and the EU Combined Procurement Directive 2014/24/EU.

SS15 22 — Reception, bulking and transport of residual waste (Canterbury and Thanet areas) for final

Kent County Council | Published November 10, 2015
Winner
Ling Metals Ltd
cpvs
90512000, 90513000, 90700000

This Contract will encompass the provision of reception, handling and waste haulage via a Site/s (i.e. the proposed Provider waste transfer station/s) conveniently located to serve the Canterbury City Council and Thanet District Council administrative areas. This/these haulage Site/s arrangement/s will provide the capacity to receive, control and re-load deposited waste at the approved Site/s and will also provide the means of transferring this Waste to the Allington Waste to Energy facility in the case of residual waste (although any temporary closure may mean diversion into alternative waste treatment sites which may include alternative waste treatment facilities). The Site/s will be used for the reception and bulking of residual waste and bulky waste, street sweeping and other street arisings. In the case of Food Waste — the Site must have the facility to receive and bulk waste to enable the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership to haul Food Waste to the final disposal destination. The provision of receiving and bulking of Food Waste for haulage is a separate contractual arrangement that must be arranged during mobilisation by the Provider and the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership. The Site/e will be required to have suitably permitted facilities (including weighbridge) to allow off-loading of a Refuse Collection Vehicle (RCV) and other municipal collection vehicles, including bulky household waste and vehicle street sweepings for the Canterbury and Thanet areas. The plant and/or compactor equipment at the transfer Site/s must be able to handle and load waste for onward haulage in appropriate vehicles, primarily to the Allington Waste to Energy facility and landfill site, currently at Shelford, Kent. Waste to be handled under this Contract shall in general be: — Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), including residual household waste, street sweepings and all other street arisings, bulky household waste and fly tipping; and — Separately collected household Food Waste derived from MSW. The Contract commenced on 5.11.2015 and will continue for a period of 2 years with an option to extend the Initial Term in 2 phases: the first being for a period of 1 year (12 months) and the second for a further period of 1 year (12 months) up to a maximum extension period of 2 years (24 months) unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract on the Kent Business Portal.

SS15 107 Waste Treatment and or Final Disposal — East Kent

Kent County Council | Published July 1, 2016
Winner
Veolia ES (UK) Ltd
cpvs
90500000

The Council proposes to procure a contract to provide waste treatment processing capability for Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste (LACMW) in East Kent. This is Residual Waste which is unable to be sent to the Energy from Waste (EfW) Plant or diverted from it, via Household Waste Recycling Facilities, Transfer Stations and on occasions from Waste Collection Authorities. The Council is seeking a solution to reduce its waste disposal costs by engaging a Service Provider(s) with the potential to offer a waste treatment and/or final disposal service and is not limited to using landfill as a means of disposal. Disposal should be via the most cost effective method in the 1st instance on a cascading scale, with use of landfill being absolutely minimised with the status of being the disposal option of ‘last resort’.

The overall estimated volume for this contract is potentially up to 27 000 tonnes per annum. This contract is split into ‘operational lots’ in East Kent.

Lot 1 — East Kent A — 16 000 tonnes per annum; and

Lot 2 — East Kent B — 11 000 tonnes per annum.

Tenderers can bid for 1 or both Lots.

SS15 107 Waste Treatment and or Final Disposal — East Kent.

Kent County Council | Published February 17, 2016  -  Deadline March 15, 2016
cpvs
90510000, 90530000

The Council proposes to procure a contract to provide waste treatment processing capability for Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste (LACMW) in East Kent. This is Residual Waste which is unable to be sent to the Energy from Waste (EfW) Plant or diverted from it, via Household Waste Recycling Facilities, Transfer Stations and on occasions from Waste Collection Authorities. The Council is seeking a solution to reduce its waste disposal costs by engaging a Service Provider(s) with the potential to offer a waste treatment and/or final disposal service and is not limited to using landfill as a means of disposal. Disposal should be via the most cost effective method in the first instance on a cascading scale, with use of landfill being absolutely minimised with the status of being the disposal option of ‘last resort’.

The overall estimated volume for this contract is potentially up to 27,000 tonnes per annum. This contract is split into ‘operational lots’ in East Kent

Lot 1 — East Kent A — 16 000 t per annum; and

Lot 2 — East Kent B — 11 000 t per annum.

Tenderers can bid for 1 or both Lots.

SS15 22 — Reception, bulking and transport of residual waste (Canterbury and Thanet areas) for final

Kent County Council | Published August 26, 2015  -  Deadline September 22, 2015
cpvs
90512000, 90513000, 90700000, 90512000, 90513000, 90700000, 90512000, 90513000, 90700000, 90512000, 90513000, 90700000

This Contract/s will encompass the provision of reception, handling and waste haulage via a Site/s (i.e. the proposed Provider waste transfer station/s) conveniently located to serve the Canterbury City Council and Thanet District Council administrative areas. This/these haulage Site/s arrangement/s will provide the capacity to receive, control and re-load deposited waste at the approved Site/s and will also provide the means of transferring this Waste to the Allington Waste to Energy facility in the case of residual waste (although any temporary closure may mean diversion into alternative waste treatment sites which may include alternative waste treatment facilities). The Site/s will be used for the reception and bulking of residual waste and bulky waste, street sweeping and other street arisings. In the case of Food Waste — the Site must have the facility to receive and bulk waste to enable the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership to haul Food Waste to the final disposal destination. The provision of receiving and bulking of Food Waste for haulage is a separate contractual arrangement that must be arranged during mobilisation by the Provider and the contractor for the East Kent Waste Partnership. The Site will be required to have suitably permitted facilities (including weighbridge) to allow off-loading of a Refuse Collection Vehicle (RCV) and other municipal collection vehicles, including bulky household waste and vehicle street sweepings for the Canterbury and Thanet areas. The plant and/or compactor equipment at the transfer Site/s must be able to handle and load waste for onward haulage in appropriate vehicles, primarily to the Allington Waste to Energy facility and landfill site, currently at Shelford, Kent. Waste to be handled under this Contract shall in general be: — Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), including residual household waste, street sweepings and all other street arisings, bulky household waste and fly tipping, and; — Separately collected household Food Waste derived from MSW. The Contract/s is/are anticipated to commence on 5.11.2015 and will continue for a period of 2 years with an option to extend the Initial Term in two phases: the first being for a period of 1 year (12 months) and the second for a further period of 1 year (12 months) up to a maximum extension period of 2 years (24 months) unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract on the Kent Business Portal. The contracts will be tendered in 3 lots: — Lot 1: Canterbury City Council Area, — Lot 2: Thanet District Council Area, — Lot 3: Canterbury and Thanet Areas (Combined Lot). The combined Canterbury City Council and Thanet District Council areas will constitute Lot 3. In line with Regulation 46 (6) of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, the Council reserves the right to award a combined Lot (Lot 3) to the same tenderer for the Canterbury and Thanet areas rather than award individual Lots.

SS1470 - Waste Treatment and or Final Disposal

 | Published February 9, 2016
Winner
Countrystyle Recycling Limited
cpvs
90510000

The Council proposes to procure a contract to provide waste treatment processing capability for Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste (LACMW). This is Residual Waste which is unable to be sent to the Energy from Waste (EfW) Plant or diverted from it, via Household Waste Recycling Facilities, Transfer Stations and on occasions from Waste Collection Authorities. The Council is seeking a solution to reduce its waste disposal costs by engaging a Service Provider(s) with the potential to offer a waste treatment and/or final disposal service and is not limited to using landfill as a means of disposal. Disposal should be via the most cost effective method in the first instance on a cascading scale, with use of landfill being absolutely minimised with the status of being the disposal option of 'last resort'. The overall estimated volume for this contract is potentially up to 100,000 tonnes per annum. This is split into: Core Waste - 50,000 tonnes per annum; and Additional Waste - up to 50,000 tonnes per annum. This contract is split into 'operational lots' based on regional requirements - Lot 1 - West Kent (Core Waste - 12,500 tonnes per annum, Additional Waste - up to 12,500 tonnes per annum); Lot 2 - Mid Kent (Core Waste - 10,500 tonnes per annum, Additional Waste - up to 10,500 tonnes per annum); and Lot 3 - East Kent (Core Waste - 27,000 tonnes per annum, Additional Waste - up to 27,000 tonnes per annum); Tenderers can bid for one or all Lots as well as any combination of Lots.

SS16 40 — Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste — Additional Tonnage

Kent County Council | Published August 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
cpvs
90500000, 90510000, 90700000, 90500000, 90510000, 90700000, 90500000, 90510000, 90700000

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.

The Council consists of 4 directorates:

— Social Care, Health and Well-being;

— Education and Young People's Services;

— Growth, Environment and Transport;

— Strategic and Corporate Services.

Kent County Council (the Council) represented by Waste Management (within the Growth, Environment and Transport Directorate), is the statutory Waste Disposal Authority for Kent and is responsible for making arrangements for the treatment and/or disposal as appropriate of Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste (LACMW), under the provisions of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.

Expressions of Interest are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Providers who are interested in tendering for the following services:

The processing of additional local authority collected waste for disposal, avoiding landfill (Lot 1) and the reception and bulking of food waste and co-mingled dry recyclables (including glass) for the Maidstone area (Lot 2).

Kent's residual waste is currently bulked and converted to energy at the Allington energy from waste plant. Maidstone's food waste and co-mingled dry recyclables including glass is also received and separately bulked at the Allington transfer station ready for separate transportation and final recycling treatment.

The aforementioned processing of this waste is undertaken under contract by Kent Enviropower Ltd. This contract mandates the Council is to provide a minimum tonnage commitment of waste through the energy plant. Waste growth and continued forecast growth, means that the minimum tonnage commitment is exceeded hence the need for these new alternative contractual arrangements.

This growth is forecast to be 45 000 tonnes of waste per annum. The Council seeks the treatment of these 2 waste streams in 2 Lots and it is specified that landfill is avoided (excepting any residues due to processing of these waste materials) so the Council is able to meet current EU landfill targets and recycling treatment is maintained.

Lots:

It is the Council's intention to present these Services in ‘waste stream packages’ (Lots) based on material requirements:

The total solution capacity for both Lots should cater for in the region of 45 000 tonnes per annum in total, but this is not warranted, nor is it an indication of future tonnage.

Lot 1 — Local Authority Collected Municipal Additional Waste — Additional Tonnage for Waste Disposal derived from County wide sites. The estimated annual tonnage requirement for this Lot is 44 000 tonnes per annum;

Lot 2 — Reception and Bulking of Food Waste and Co-Mingled Dry Recyclables including Glass (Maidstone area) — derived from the Maidstone area — this Service is for the reception and bulking of this waste stream which will be transported (tenderers should note the Council has separate haulage arrangements, onward haulage is out of scope of these contracts) onward to Final Destination points. The estimated annual tonnage requirement for this Lot is 1 000 tonnes per annum.

Note for Lot 2 Tenderers should note that this service will be required once the minimum tonnage commitment at the Allington Transfer Station has been exceeded and is also dependent on the Maidstone area increasing their recycling rates.

Tenderers can bid for 1 or both Lots.

The Council may award both Lots to a single tenderer. However, separate contracts for each Lot will be awarded to separate tenderers if it is more economically advantageous to do so.

These contracts are anticipated to commence upon 1.11.2016 and will continue for a period of initially a 41 month term, followed by 3 separate extension periods of 40 months. The end date of the contract(s) will be 31.3.2030 unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract on the Kent Business Portal.

The estimated value of the contract is 4 350 000 GBP p.a. or 60 900 000 GBP should all possible extension periods be taken, but no guarantee is given as to the actual value of the contract.

SS16 40 — Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste — Additional Tonnage.

Kent County Council | Published April 14, 2017
Winner
Allington Waste Company Limited
cpvs
90700000

Please note this opportunity is now closed. Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 km2. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. The Council consists of 4 directorates: — Social Care, Health and Wellbeing, — Education and Young People's Services, — Growth, Environment and Transport, — Strategic and Corporate Services. Kent County Council (the Council) represented by Waste Management (within the Growth, Environment and Transport Directorate), is the statutory Waste Disposal Authority for Kent and is responsible for making arrangements for the treatment and/or disposal as appropriate of Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste (LACMW), under the provisions of the Environmental Protection Act 1990. Expressions of Interest are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Providers who are interested in tendering for the following services: The processing of additional local authority collected waste for disposal, avoiding landfill (Lot 1) and the reception and bulking of food waste and co-mingled dry recyclables (including glass) for the Maidstone area (Lot 2). Kent's residual waste is currently bulked and converted to energy at the Allington energy from waste plant. Maidstone's food waste and co-mingled dry recyclables including glass is also received and separately bulked at the Allington transfer station ready for separate transportation and final recycling treatment. The aforementioned processing of this waste is undertaken under contract by Kent Enviropower Ltd. This contract mandates the Council is to provide a minimum tonnage commitment of waste through the energy plant. Waste growth and continued forecast growth, means that the minimum tonnage commitment is exceeded hence the need for these new alternative contractual arrangements. This growth is forecast to be 45 000 tonnes of waste per annum. The Council seeks the treatment of these 2 waste streams in 2 Lots and it is specified that landfill is avoided (excepting any residues due to processing of these waste materials) so the Council is able to meet current EU landfill targets and recycling treatment is maintained. Lots It is the Council's intention to present these Services in ‘waste stream packages’ (Lots) based on material requirements – The total solution capacity for both Lots should cater for in the region of 45 000 tonnes per annum in total, but this is not warranted, nor is it an indication of future tonnage. Lot 1 — Local Authority Collected Municipal Additional Waste — Additional Tonnage for Waste Disposal derived from County wide sites. The estimated annual tonnage requirement for this Lot is 44 000 tonnes per annum. Lot 2 — Reception and Bulking of Food Waste and Co-Mingled Dry Recyclables including Glass (Maidstone area) — derived from the Maidstone area — this Service is for the reception and bulking of this waste stream which will be transported (tenderers should note the Council has separate haulage arrangements, onward haulage is out of scope of these contracts) onward to Final Destination points. The estimated annual tonnage requirement for this Lot is 1 000 tonnes per annum. Note for Lot 2 Tenderers should note that this service will be required once the minimum tonnage commitment at the Allington Transfer Station has been exceeded and is also dependent on the Maidstone area increasing their recycling rates. Tenderers can bid for 1 or both Lots. The Council may award both Lots to a single tenderer. However, separate contracts for each Lot will be awarded to separate tenderers if it is more economically advantageous to do so. These contracts are anticipated to commence upon 1.11.2016 and will continue for a period of initially a 41 month term, followed by three separate extension periods of 40 months. The end date of the contract(s) will be 31.3.2030 unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract on the Kent Business Portal. The estimated value of the contract is 4 350 000 GBP p.a. or 60 900 000 GBP should all possible extension periods be taken, but no guarantee is given as to the actual value of the contract.

SS16 40 — Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste — Additional Tonnage

Kent County Council | Published April 14, 2017
Winner
Allington Waste Company Limited
cpvs
90500000, 90510000, 90700000

Please note this opportunity is now closed.

Kent County Council (the Council) is the largest local authority in England covering an area of 3 500 km2. It has an annual expenditure of over 1 000 000 000 GBP on goods and services and a population of 1 300 000. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils.

The Council consists of 4 directorates:

— Social Care, Health and Wellbeing,

— Education and Young People's Services,

— Growth, Environment and Transport,

— Strategic and Corporate Services.

Kent County Council (the Council) represented by Waste Management (within the Growth, Environment and Transport Directorate), is the statutory Waste Disposal Authority for Kent and is responsible for making arrangements for the treatment and/or disposal as appropriate of Local Authority Collected Municipal Waste (LACMW), under the provisions of the Environmental Protection Act 1990.

Expressions of Interest are invited from suitably qualified and experienced Providers who are interested in tendering for the following services:

The processing of additional local authority collected waste for disposal, avoiding landfill (Lot 1) and the reception and bulking of food waste and co-mingled dry recyclables (including glass) for the Maidstone area (Lot 2).

Kent's residual waste is currently bulked and converted to energy at the Allington energy from waste plant. Maidstone's food waste and co-mingled dry recyclables including glass is also received and separately bulked at the Allington transfer station ready for separate transportation and final recycling treatment.

The aforementioned processing of this waste is undertaken under contract by Kent Enviropower Ltd. This contract mandates the Council is to provide a minimum tonnage commitment of waste through the energy plant. Waste growth and continued forecast growth, means that the minimum tonnage commitment is exceeded hence the need for these new alternative contractual arrangements.

This growth is forecast to be 45 000 tonnes of waste per annum. The Council seeks the treatment of these 2 waste streams in 2 Lots and it is specified that landfill is avoided (excepting any residues due to processing of these waste materials) so the Council is able to meet current EU landfill targets and recycling treatment is maintained.

Lots

It is the Council's intention to present these Services in ‘waste stream packages’ (Lots) based on material requirements –

The total solution capacity for both Lots should cater for in the region of 45 000 tonnes per annum in total, but this is not warranted, nor is it an indication of future tonnage.

Lot 1 — Local Authority Collected Municipal Additional Waste — Additional Tonnage for Waste Disposal derived from County wide sites. The estimated annual tonnage requirement for this Lot is 44 000 tonnes per annum.

Lot 2 — Reception and Bulking of Food Waste and Co-Mingled Dry Recyclables including Glass (Maidstone area) — derived from the Maidstone area — this Service is for the reception and bulking of this waste stream which will be transported (tenderers should note the Council has separate haulage arrangements, onward haulage is out of scope of these contracts) onward to Final Destination points. The estimated annual tonnage requirement for this Lot is 1 000 tonnes per annum.

Note for Lot 2 Tenderers should note that this service will be required once the minimum tonnage commitment at the Allington Transfer Station has been exceeded and is also dependent on the Maidstone area increasing their recycling rates.

Tenderers can bid for 1 or both Lots.

The Council may award both Lots to a single tenderer. However, separate contracts for each Lot will be awarded to separate tenderers if it is more economically advantageous to do so.

These contracts are anticipated to commence upon 1.11.2016 and will continue for a period of initially a 41 month term, followed by three separate extension periods of 40 months. The end date of the contract(s) will be 31.3.2030 unless terminated in accordance with the Conditions of Contract on the Kent Business Portal.

The estimated value of the contract is 4 350 000 GBP p.a. or 60 900 000 GBP should all possible extension periods be taken, but no guarantee is given as to the actual value of the contract.

SS16 46 Delivery of Heating Measures Under the Warm Homes Initiative

Kent County Council | Published October 13, 2016  -  Deadline November 4, 2016
cpvs
39715000

SS16 46 - Delivery of Heating Measures under the Warm Homes Initiative Category/Categories: - CPV Codes 45330000 : Plumbing and sanitary works 39715000 : Water heaters and heating for buildings; plumbing equipment 39715200 : Heating equipment 39715210 : Central-heating equipment Background Kent County Council (the council) is the largest county council in England covering an area of 3,500 square kilometres. It has an annual expenditure of over £900m on goods and services and a population of 1.3m. The Council provides a wide range of personal and strategic services on behalf of its residents, operating in partnership with 12 district councils and 289 parish/town councils. The Council consists of four directorates; this requirement is for the Council's Business Service Centre within the Growth, Environment and Transport Services Directorate. The Opportunity Kent County Council (KCC), on behalf of the Kent and Medway Sustainable Energy Partnership (KMSEP), would like to invite organisations who are interested in the management of customer referrals, project manage the installation works for heating systems to residential buildings in the domestic sector across Kent and Medway. The KMSEP aims to ensure residents and businesses receive a clear and consistent message about what energy efficiency measures and finance options are available to them for this retrofit work. The KMSEP is also keen to take advantage of any access that Providers have to additional retrofit funding and finance options. The successful organisations / consortiums will also have the ability to project manage and manage referrals, from initial interest through to full installation of the works. The estimated value of the contract works to be undertaken is £200,000 (£300,000 in total if the option to extend is activated) but this is dependent the number of resident referrals taking up the offer to commission the works. Additional top up funding may also be available through Kent County Council Public Health's Winter Warmth programme up to March 2017, and through other top up funding grants that may be available from local authorities. KCC is working on behalf of the Kent and Medway Sustainable Energy Partnership (KMSEP). The KMSEP brings together, at a strategic level, all the key partners who would be essential in delivering a successful retrofit programme across Kent and Medway. The KMSEP includes, but is not limited to, all Local Authorities in Kent, Kent County Council Public Health, and the National Landlords Association.