JP EKO-SEP, the public waste management facility in the northeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina near the City of Tuzla, has invited bids for the construction of the Živinice Regional Sanitary Landfill “Separacija” – Phase 1.
The deadline to file bids is September 6, the invitation for tenders reads.
The funds for the investment have been secured by the European Bank for Research and Development (EBRD). The bank has approved a EUR 6 million loan for the project, while the Government of Sweden intends to secure EUR 2 million.
The project will be implemented in the Živinice Municipality of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Živinice Regional Landfill is one of the 8 planned regional landfills for the Federation of BiH (FBiH)
The contract includes the construction of:
- entry-exit zone (front door, asphalted road, with measurement scales house and separator and oil traps and grease)
- a fence around part of the landfill
- the main administrative building and associated parking lot
- a service center with associated plateau
- internal roads
- the first part of the landfill surface/cassette/ for disposal of waste with a system for collection and recirculation of leachate and passive degassing system
- peripheral roads around the parts of cells
- bunding around the landfill
- the pool/precipitator to collect rainwater
- a platform for cleaning vehicles
- construction of water supply network
- sewerage network
- electricity supply network.
The Živinice landfill is initially planned for 3 municipalities – Živinice, Kladanj i Banovići
The contract is expected to start on November 1 and last about 15 months.
The Živinice Regional Landfill is one of the 8 planned regional landfills for the Federation of BiH (FBiH), including Bosanska Krupa, Gornji Vakuf, Gradačac, Fojnica, Goražde, Stolac, and Bosanski Petrovac. The FBiH currently has 4 existing regional landfills, including Sarajevo, Zenica, Mostar, and Livno.
The Živinice landfill is initially planned for 3 municipalities – Živinice, Kladanj and Banovići – but it could serve for other municipalities as well, while it could also be used by the City of Tuzla.