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Renewal collection markets household and assimilated waste in the lower fall community of communes.

Contract notice: Renewal collection markets household and assimilated waste in the lower fall community of communes.

Renewal of household waste collection market and similar to the Lower Fall Community of CommunesBasic services include -The Collection, door, according to an incentive pricing device to the weighing of residual household waste,-the collection, door to door and voluntary intake, recyclable household waste (except glass)-the collection, door to door, bulky,-The collection of glass, voluntary intake. and the additional following potential benefits -Pse 1: The implementation of an additional collection, door to door, residual household waste on all individual housing of the CC of the Lower Fall,-Pse 2: The door to door collection of residual household waste and selective collection door to door recyclable household waste, hard to reach streets through a mini-collection bin,-pse 3: The collection, door to door, green waste throughout the territory of the CC of Lower Autumn on the period April 1 to November 30. -pse 4: Implementation of a collection, door to door bulky, by appointment, for collective housing of the CC of the Lower Fall.

Total quantity or scope: -The Collection, door, according to an incentive pricing device to the weighing of residual household waste - collection frequency every 15 days for individual housing and biweekly for collective housing, the mouth and the restoration trades Collective - estimated aggregate tonnage 975 tonnes per year or 4,875 tonnes over the duration of the contract 5 years.

-the collection, door to door and voluntary intake, recyclable household waste (except glass) - frequency of collection Weekly - estimated aggregate tonnage 950 tonnes per year or 4,750 tonnes over the duration of the contract 5 years

-the collection, door to door, bulky - collection frequency Quarterly - estimated aggregate tonnage 145 tonnes per year, 725 tonnes over the period of contract 5 years

-The collection of glass, voluntary intake - estimated aggregate tonnage 420 tonnes per year or 2,100 tonnes over the duration of the contract 5 years

-the collection, door to door, green waste throughout the territory of the CC of Lower Autumn on the period April 1 to November 30 - Collection frequency weekly - estimated aggregate tonnage 750 tons per year, ie 3 750 tonnes over the period of contract 5 years.

This contract is divided into lots: yes

Deposits and Guarantees required: Under Articles 101-103 of the Code of public contracts, a holdback of 5% will be applied to the payments made by the contractor. According to Article 102 of the Public Contracts Code, it may be replaced at the option of the holder by a first demand guarantee or a joint and several guarantee.

the contractor will provide, in accordance with Article 102 of the Public Contracts Code, a first demand guarantee or, if agreed, a joint and s

Major organization : COMMUNAUTEe DE COMMUNES DE LA BASSE AUTOMNE

Address : 13 rue Saint-Pierre

60410 Verberie

Contact point(s): Mme Pascaline Heyler (directrice generale des services)

For the attention of: M. le president

Country :France

Url : http://www.cc-ba.com

Tender notice number : 182784-2015

Notice type : Tender Notice

Open date : 2015-06-30

Tender documents : T27476378.html

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