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Framework agreement for the transport of chlorinated paraffin glass panes

Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (ROAF) (Romerike Waste Processing Company) | Published October 8, 2016  -  Deadline November 15, 2016
cpvs
90512000, 90000000, 90500000, 90510000, 90513000, 90513300, 90514000, 90520000

Annually the Contracting Authority receives approximately 100 — 150 tonne of glass panes containing chlorinated paraffins, this is classified as hazardous waste. The Contracting Authority wants tender offers on the transport and disposal of this type of glass pane, in accordance with the requirements described in Annex 1 ‘Requirement Specification’. The Contracting Authority currently receives glass panes containing Chlorine Paraffins at ROAF environment park (Skedsmo) and Aurskog-Høland recycling station.. We reserve the right to change the location of the receiving sites during the contract period. The public sector is the nation's largest customer and consumer. ROAF (the Contracting Authority) will request that the tenderer delivers services and has systems in place so that the goods/services offered have the least possible negative impact on the external environment and that the laws and regulations regarding wages and working conditions are adhered to.

Refuse transport services

Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (ROAF) | Published January 12, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017
cpvs
90512000, 90500000, 90510000, 90520000

The contracting authority annually receives approximately 2 200 tonnes of impregnated wood per annum, which is classified as hazardous waste. The contracting authority would like tenders for the transport and disposal of this type of wood, in accordance with the requirements described in Annex 1 ‘Requirement Specifications’. The procurement also includes creosote impregnated wood. The contracting authority currently receives impregnated wood at ROAF environment park (Skedsmo) and Aurskog-Høland recycling station. We reserve the right to change the location of the receiving sites during the contract period. ROAF (the Contracting Authority) will request that the tenderer has systems in place so that the services offered have the least possible negative impact on the external environment and that the laws and regulations on wages and working conditions are adhered to. The contracting authority needs proper transport and disposal of impregnated wood from the recycling facilities in Aurskog and Skedsmo to certified final treatment. The wood is crushed, but not milled at the recycling facilities.

Framework agreement for the procurement of crushed stone and gravel.

Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (ROAF) | Published February 6, 2015
Winner
Veidekke Industri AS
cpvs
14212310, 14210000, 14211000, 14212000, 14212100, 14212110, 14212120, 14212300

The contracting authority intends to enter into a framework agreement for the procurement of crushed stone and gravel. The procurement consists of the delivery of machine sand, subbus, crushed stone, machine cult and unsorted blasted stone. The contracting authority would like to enter into a framework agreement with 1 supplier. The aim of the contract is to cover the contracting authority's need for crushed stone and gravel in a quick, clear and simple way at the best possible price. The contracting authority would like to achieve predictable prices and discounts. The actual delivery places are: (see the attached overview): — ROAF Miljøpark at Bøler; — The recycling stations in the owner municipalities; — Closed landfill sites in the owner municipalities; — Possibly Spillhaug gjenvinningsstasjon in Aurskog. The contracting authority wishes to enter into a contract with a supplier who can comply with national legislation regarding regulated working hours, minimum wages, and HSE, and will require documentation of this in the tender and throughout the contract period. Environmental considerations are of great importance for the contracting authority, who would therefore like the supplier to take the environment into consideration for the transport. Further details on the quality requirements, the estimated annual extent of procurements of the different products are in annex 1: ‘Requirement specifications’.

Framework agreement for the procurement of crushed stone and gravel.

Romerike Avfallsforedling IKS (ROAF) | Published December 6, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
cpvs
14212310, 14210000, 14211000, 14212000, 14212100, 14212110, 14212120, 14212300

The contracting authority intends to enter into a framework agreement for the procurement of crushed stone and gravel. The procurement consists of the delivery of machine sand, subbus, crushed stone, machine cult and unsorted blasted stone. The contracting authority would like to enter into a framework agreement with one supplier. The aim of the contract is to cover the contracting authority's need for crushed stone and gravel in a quick, clear and simple way at the best possible price. The contracting authority would like to achieve predictable prices and discounts. The actual delivery places are: (see the attached overview) — ROAF Miljøpark at Bøler, — The recycling stations in the owner municipalities, — Closed landfill sites in the owner municipalities, — Possibly Spillhaug recycling station in Aurskog. The contracting authority wishes to enter into a contract with a supplier who can comply with national legislation regarding regulated working hours, minimum wages, and HSE, and will require documentation of this in the tender and throughout the contract period. Environmental considerations are of great importance for the contracting authority, who would therefore like the supplier to take the environment into consideration for the transport. Further details on the quality requirements, the estimated annual extent of procurements of the different products are in annex 1: ‘Requirement specifications’.
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