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Call for waste management concession renewed

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December 29, 2015

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Bidders have 37 days to send propositions in the prequalification phase for the concession for Regional Centre for Waste Management Keleš with an energy plant in Serbia’s south. The 25 year contract will include construction and operation and the method of processing and gathering for the city of Niš and seven surrounding municipalities. Regional development agency Jug manages the project and 70 hectares in Kereš location in Doljevac municipality was provided, while the eight local self-governments agreed on the minimum amount of waste they are obliged to deliver to the future partner company, 82,000 tonnes per year altogether.

Last year’s process for selecting a concessionaire was annulled after there was only one, uncomplete offer, from consortium Urbaser SA — Danhos Ltd. A prequalification phase was added to the new public call. Deadline for submission of notifications and the decision on the recognition of qualifications to the bidders is 20 days from the deadline for submission of applications. The deadline for making a decision on the best bid is 60 days from the deadline for submission of the bids.

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