Government Contract | Connecticut
Resource Rediscovery Project

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000414626

Bid Title: Resource Rediscovery Project

Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 11/11/2015

Close Date: 03/01/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Not Stated, Connecticut

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Optional 11/17/2015 08:00 AM, Pre-Bid Conference Optional 12/01/2015 08:00 AM, Bidder Preregistration


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The selected project will result in an integrated materials management system modeledafter the states materials management hierarchy. Thus, the project will maximize materialsrecovery, with remaining waste managed through efficient conversion to compost,renewable energy, fuel, chemicals, and/or other usable products. A successful project will Last Modified 11.6.156be consistent with achieving the states goal of 60 percent diversion from landfill andcombustion by the year 2024.ii. To serve contracted communities and other customers, the selected project will have thecapacity to process a minimum of 1,500 tons/day of post-recycled MSW (465,375 TPY at85% availability) and 50,000 TPY of source-separated recyclables, and up to 2,250tons/day of post-recycled MSW (698,063 TPY at 85% availability) and 100,000 tons/yearof source-separated recyclables. As detailed in this RFP, proposers are to describe theirability to provide both system capacities in the proposal.iii. The selected project will provide stable and competitive pricing for municipalities,including the ability to provide uninterrupted services to the Connecticut towns undercontract with MIRA through the year 2027 at contracted or lower prices (and withincontracted opt-out prices for Tier 1 long-term municipal service agreements).iv. The selected project will enhance host communities by providing quality jobs, purchasingof local goods and services, and taking steps to mitigate potential negative impacts such astraffic, odors, human health and environmental impacts.v. The selected project will maintain services at CSWSP transfer stations for as long asrequired by current contracts through the year The selected project will minimize negative environmental and health impacts of wastemanagement, including minimizing greenhouse gas emissions.vii. The selected project will continue current practices for source separation and collection ofdesignated recyclables (including glass and metal containers, HDPE and PETE plasticcontainers, paper, old corrugated cardboard; yard waste; and food scraps).viii. The selected project will include technologies to sort incoming post-recycled MSW torecover additional recyclables and organics and/or achieve optimal feedstock compositionsfor conversion to compost, fuels, chemicals, electricity or other products.ix. It is planned that the project will be privately financed. The state retains the right of publicfinancing.x. The selected project will make use of existing sites within the CSWSP as advantageousand to the greatest extent possible.xi. The selected project will make use of the existing patterns of municipal and subscriptionbasedcollection services for waste and recycling.xii. The selected project will commence operations within five (5) years of contract execution,contingent upon timely state and local approvals.

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Product Code: 95896

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: State of Connecticut - Department of Energy & Environmental Protection

State: Connecticut

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: 79 Elm Street, Hartford, Connecticut, 06106



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