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GEORGIA SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROJECT
General Procurement Notice
The Government of Georgia has applied for a loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to finance the acquisition of vehicles and containers and other waste management equipment to upgrade solid waste management at a national level. The Government of Georgia has identified solid waste collection and disposal, as well as reform of the existing waste management system as a key priority for the country. The project will be implemented by the state-owned Solid Waste Management Company of Georgia (the Purchaser). Subject to approval, the project may be co-financed from a grant from an international or a bilateral donor.
The proposed project, which has a total estimated cost of EUR 15 million equivalent will require the procurement of the following goods:
-Waste collection vehicle such as rear loaded compactor vehicles
-Waste collection containers
-Assorted waste management equipment
Tendering for the above contracts is expected to begin in Q1 2016.
Contracts to be financed with the proceeds of a loan and a grant will be subject to the EBRD Procurement Policies and Rules and will be open to firms from any country. The proceeds of the loan and the grant will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.
Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:
Solid Waste Management Company of Georgia
Mr Levan Inashvili
Head of Strategic Development and International Relations Department
10, A. Politkovskaya Street, 0177 Tbilisi, Georgia
Tel: +995 (32) 243 88 30 ext. 119
The purpose of this procurement is to establish the correct contractual basis for the provision of services, in relation to the external waste collection/management. The customer preference is to affect a 3 year contract, with an optional 2 year extension. The intention is that the price offered by the tenderers involved in the process should be fixed for the 3 years, with a price adjustment possible based on the consumer pricing index published by the Office of National Statistics (or equivalent) for the optional extension. The key aims are :
• To implement a contract that more accurately reflects the evolved customer requirements of the Estates department
• Develop the reporting regimes and management information provided by the successful bidder(s), introducing a well-defined fit-for-purpose suite of reporting tools and documentation for contract management
• Look for the introduction of any new innovative technologies, and approaches relating to sustainability
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Due to the rapid urbanization and industrial development in Mongolia for the last decades, waste generation has been significantly increased causing serious threats to the environment and human health. Hazardous waste is discharged together with household waste in open dumps and landfills and in many cases it is stored in inappropriate conditions in economic entities resulting in a high level of risk of environmental damage. As of 2008, 10,800 tons of hazardous waste was generated in Ulaanbaatar city annually, out of which approximately 8,000 tons is targeted for incineration, 1,300 tons for recycling, approximately 1,000 tons for landfill and 500 tons for physical/chemical treatment. Based on these numbers, it is estimated that about 27,000-54,000 tons of hazardous waste is generated annually throughout the country. According to the 2014 inventory of obsolete chemicals, it was revealed that 369 tonnes and 69,000 litres of outdated chemicals are stored in 297 economic entities in 139 soums (administrative unit) of 21 provinces. It is estimated that 55.6% of these chemicals are stored in workplace, 25.4% in inappropriate storage and 2.6% in open areas.
The Government of Mongolia has requested the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD or the Bank) to provide technical assistance to assess current controls for the management of hazardous waste and subsequently develop recommendations to improve hazardous waste management in Mongolia. The Bank therefore intends to engage a consulting company (the Consultant) to undertake an assessment of hazardous waste management practices in Mongolia, develop priority recommendations to improve hazardous waste management and deliver a capacity building programme for ministry officials (the Project).
The expected outcome of the Project is a comprehensive assessment of the current controls in place for management of hazardous waste, and based on this to develop a set of prioritised recommendations to improve the management of hazardous waste in Mongolia.
The selected Consultant is expected to provide the following services:
1. Assessment of current situation
• Complete a review and analysis of current laws and regulations in relation to hazardous waste management in Mongolia;
• Assessment of government resources and capacity to oversee, enforce and implement existing regulatory regime;
• Assessment of the institutional capacity of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) to oversee implementation of legislation with existing staff levels, skills and institutional organisation;
2. Preliminary inventory of Existing Hazardous Waste
• Review data of current stockpiles, and estimates of annual hazardous waste generation in Ulaanbaatar and Mongolia as a whole;
• review relevant data and undertake some verification in terms of balancing volumes generated with disposal routes, and visual inspection/technical reviews of the various handling, storage, disposal, treatment and recycling options being used for hazardous waste;
• review main existing waste recycling operations in Ulaanbaatar to assess existing and possible additional hazardous waste recycling and reuse opportunities that are or can be operated in line with Mongolian regulations and Good International Practice..
3. Capacity Building Programme
• Review existing level of knowledge and skills of the MET in relation to hazardous waste management, and conduct a needs assessment of their qualifications and training;
• Design and deliver a training programme for MET staff based on the needs assessment consisting of three (3) one week modules of training. Each module would be of a duration of five days. The Consultant shall design the technical content of the training module to be agreed with MET in advance;
• Design and deliver a one week international study tour to demonstrate hazardous waste management practices in a developed country. The Consultant shall prepare a proposal for a study tour with the participation of up to 5 MET staff, including organisation of all related travel, itinerary and associated logistics. The Consultant is expected to meet all related expenses (travel, full board and accommodation) for the study tour.
4. Prioritised Action Plan
• Develop a prioritized action plan addressing the management of hazardous waste in Mongolia based on the outcomes of situation analysis and preliminary inventory;
• Identify opportunities for new ventures to handle, transport, treat, use, recycle and dispose of wastes, as well as opportunities for private investment.
5. Awareness Raising Campaign
• Initiate tasks and develop proposals for development of a public awareness campaign on hazardous waste aimed at industry stakeholders and the general public.
• Develop a medium term strategy for MET to raise awareness of hazardous waste in Mongolia among key stakeholder groups.
A copy of the terms of reference can be accessed here.
Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.
Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in December 2016 and has an estimated overall duration of 8 months.
Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 250,000 (exclusive of VAT). Subject to availability of funding. The Consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a Consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.
Funding Source: It is anticipated that the Project will be funded by the EBRD Shareholder Special Fund. Please note selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.
Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.
Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms preferably with previous project experience related to the following areas:
1. Analysis/assessment of hazardous waste management issues world-wide and implementation of hazardous waste management/waste management issues in line with Good International Practice;
2. Design and delivery of environmental training programmes for government officials, preferably in waste management or a related area;
3. Organisation and delivery of study tours and developing public awareness campaigns for governments preferably on waste management and/or environmental issues in Mongolia and/or Central Asia.
It is expected that the Consultant shall have a record of extensive (10 years or more) international project experience in hazardous waste management issues and previous project experience in Mongolia on environmental issues including waste management issues.
The Consultant’s expert team is expected to include key experts as follows:
Key Expert No 1: Team Leader with preferably 15 years or more previous project experience in the environmental and hazardous waste sectors working with International Financial Institutions and governments on environmental policy and capacity building;
Key Expert No 2: Senior Environmental Engineer with preferably 15 years or more previous project experience in hazardous waste handling and treatment technologies;
Key Expert No 3: Waste Management Expert with preferably 10 years or more previous project experience in hazardous waste management assessments, environmental assessments and delivering environmental training programmes.
Key Expert No 4: Local Project Liaison Officer based in Mongolia with preferably 10 years or more previous project experience on environmental issues with fluency in Mongolian and English language.
It is expected that one or more of Key Experts 1-3 shall have previous project experience in Mongolia.
Non-key experts are expected to include:
• Media expert
• Study tour coordinator
Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the information submitted should include the following:
1. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing. (max. 2-4 pages).
2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments particularly undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration), main activities, objectives. (max. 5 pages)
3. CVs of key experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives. (max. 10 pages)
4. A preliminary methodology/action plan designed to achieve the objectives of this Project. (max. 10 pages).
5.. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:
The above information should not exceed 30 pages (or any of the individual limits set forth in items 1 through 4 above. Failure to adhere to these limits may result in disqualification of the submission.
The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size is exceeded (4MB), the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.
Bank Contact Person
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 6369
Email: YooJ@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and not to this email address)
1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. The highest ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.
2. The shortlist criteria are as follows:
(a) Firm’s previous project experience in analysis/assessment of hazardous waste management issues and implementation of hazardous waste management/waste management issues (20%)
(b) Firm’s previous project experience in designing and delivering environmental training programmes for government officials, preferably in waste management or related environmental issues in Mongolia and/or Central Asia (15%)
(c) Firm’s previous project experience in organising and delivering study tours (5%)
(d) CV of Key Expert 1 - 10%
(e) CVs of Key Expert Nos 2-4 - 20%
(f) Adequacy of the preliminary action plan and methodology - 30%
Scottish Enterprise — Cleaning, Waste Management and Security Services (P17-0001).
***PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A MARKET SOUNDING EXERCISE AND NOT A CALL FOR TENDER*** The Authority requires the services of a competent Contractor or Contractors to provide a range of waste management services for use by bodies covered by NI Public Procurement Policy. It is envisaged the scope of the contract will include the removal, recycling/composting, recovery and/or safe disposal of non-hazardous waste which includes, dry office waste, residual waste, food waste, bulky waste and offensive waste. Some hazardous waste may also be required by some bodies. Waste streams may be added, amended or removed prior to going to tender. Not all Clients will require the full range of waste streams. Current plans show a collaborative contract could be awarded in July 2017. The contract will be sub-divided into lots. The number and descriptions of lots is to be determined and could be based on geographical regions within NI, by waste stream or a combination of both. Based on current business volumes the total value of waste management services is £3.3 million per annum. It is the Authority's intention to engage with potential service providers from the industry to understand market structure and capacity issues for providing waste management services to public bodies within central government, health, transport, education and housing sectors in Northern Ireland. CPD plans to hold supplier information sessions in Clare House, 303 Airport Road West, Belfast, BT3 9ED during 7th and 8th November 2016. It is envisaged that these sessions will provide the Authority with the opportunity to obtain feedback from the marketplace. Interested Suppliers must register to attend an information session before 3pm Wednesday 02 November 2016.
Procurement and Supply of waste management heavy machineries, Trucks and equipment for Jordan The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites you to submit a Bid to this Invitation to Bid (ITB) for the above-referenced subject. This ITB includes the following documents:Section 1 – This Letter of InvitationSection 2 – Instructions to Bidders (including Data Sheet)Section 3 – Schedule of Requirements and Technical SpecificationsSection 4 – Bid Submission FormSection 5 – Documents Establishing the Eligibility and Qualifications of the BidderSection 6 – Technical Bid FormSection 7 – Price Schedule FormSection 8 – Form for Performance Security Section 9 – Contract to be signed, including General Terms and ConditionsSection 10 – Check List Form Your offer, comprising of a Technical Bid and Price Schedule, together in a sealed envelope, should be submitted in accordance with Section 2.You are kindly requested to submit an acknowledgment letter to UNDP to the following address: United Nations Development Programme firstname.lastname@example.org , Godwill Enow-EbotJoaquin.email@example.com , Joaquin Albiach The letter should be received by UNDP no later than 22nd July 2015, 5 p.m. Copenhagen local time. The same letter should advise whether your company intends to submit a Bid. If that is not the case, UNDP would appreciate your indicating the reason, for our records.