“We understand that the following contract has expired:-
Service – Treatment- Dry recyclate-Glass
Contractor – Berryman
Expiry date – 31/12/2018
Service – Treatment- Dry recyclate-Paper
Contractor – Palm Recycling
Expiry date – 31/12/2018
Can you advise if a new contract has been/will be awarded for this service and if so what the new contract details are (in the same format as below): –
Service description, Contractor, Start date, End date, Duration and possible extension periods, Annual or total (please specify)contract value, Main waste facility/facilities used,
Tonnes collected, Number of households collected from and Frequency of collection”
Both of these contracts have recently been tendered and are currently going through the tender evaluation process. Devon County Council is yet to identify the successor service providers.
We therefore apply Section 22 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 – ‘Information intended for future publication’ to these details.
Tender documents for the paper and glass contracts, which include answers to the questions posed above, are provided below. These are no longer available on-line as the tendering period for both contracts has expired:-
In the interests of providing advice and assistance, the OJEU contract notices are also provided below for your ease of reference:-
|Notice in publication process|
Notice in publication process
|Title of the procurement||Contract for the Recovery of District Councils of Devon’s Waste Paper|
|Publication title||UK-Exeter: Refuse and waste related services|
|Sent by||Devon County Council|
|Reception date||05/09/18 10:10|
|Reception Id (internal reference)||18-398815-001|
|Your reference number||GB007-DVNCC001/2018-000053|
|Notice number in the OJ S||2018/S 171-388836|
The notice sent for publication on the Official Journal of the European Union supplement (OJ/S) will be available on the TED database from today at 09.00, Central European Time. At that time please click on 2018/S 171-388836 to access the published notice.
TED is the European Unions’ database for public procurement. It can be accessed through this link: http://ted.europa.eu/.
We remind you that, according to the current European directives governing public procurement, contracting authorities finalising a public procurement process are required to send a contract award notice within the deadlines fixed by said Directives. These directives are available on TED website: http://ted.europa.eu/.
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