International Tender: Solid Waste Plant

The Municipality of San José, Costa Rica, will select a bidder to finance, design, build, and operate a plant to evaluate municipal solid waste in the metropolitan area.

Friday, June 12, 2020

Costa Rica Government Purchase 2020LI-000001-0015499999:

"The purpose of this poster is to hire a bidder to finance, design, build and operate, during a 240-month period, a plant for the valuation of municipal solid waste and its final disposal. The foregoing in order to effectively comply with the provisions of the Law for Integral Waste Management No. 8839 of June 24, 2010.

The plant or plants will be designed to operate in a single module or in several modules without interruption. During maintenance periods and operation suspensions due to emergency situations, the reception and adequate treatment of solid waste in compliance with environmental and health regulations shall continue.

The plants will be designed to achieve a minimum average annual processing capacity during the contract period of 328,500 tons per year. All of the equipment to be used in the plant will be new.

d. The plant shall be installed on the land currently owned by ICE that will be made available for this purpose. This land is located in the district of La Uruca in the canton of San José (property registered in folio real 77938, with cadastral map number SJ-0741223-2001)."

Deadline for receipt of bids: March 10, 2021.

See tender (in Spanish).

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