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Request for Proposals
for Engineering, Bid Preparation and Support
Relating to Solid Waste Facilities
Specifically Design for Corrective Measures at Landfills
Available Soon

The Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority (the “Authority”), a multi-jurisdictional agency, will soon issue a request for proposals from engineering firms or engineering teams that are qualified to provide engineering, bid preparation and bid support relating to solid waste facilities, specifically the design for corrective measures at landfills (“Design Engineer”).  The Authority will require strong communication and outreach experience in the area of collaborative design of corrective measures that incorporate beneficial uses for the site.  Please send your firm’s name and preferred contact information to procurement@nmwda.org or fax to 410-333-2721 under the subject line “Design for Corrective Measures and Beneficial Reuse of the Gude Landfill.”

Notice Posted:  3-15-17

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Request for Proposals
for Acceptable Organics Processing
on Behalf of Montgomery County, MD
Now Available

The Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority ( “Authority”) is requesting proposals from qualified companies to provide the acceptance, processing and sales of an end-product for certain Commercial and, eventually, Residential Organics (“Acceptable Organics”) generally collected in Montgomery County, Maryland (“County”). The County, in an effort to further divert material to meets is goal of 70% diversion, is seeking to establish a robust organics diversion system within its borders over the next few years.  A critical piece to this system will be the processing facility that the vendor will expand/develop.  The County is prepared to offer positive pricing incentives to encourage the private sector haulers to route clean loads of commercial source separated food scraps and food-soiled paper through its Transfer Station or directly to a private acceptance facility.  The County estimates, by the end of a two year ramp-up period, delivery of 20,000 tons per year of Acceptable Organics from the commercial sector.  The County is also planning a single-family curbside collection program targeting upwards of 10,000 tons per year of food scraps and soiled paper, and potentially an additional 36,000 tons per year of yard trim, which will likely follow after commercial materials are being processed successfully at the new facility.

Copies of this Request for Proposals are available for review/download at the links provided below, or by contacting the Authority at 410-333-2730 or procurement@nmwda.org.

Notice of Availability for RFP for Montgomery County Acceptable Organics Processing (9-9-16)
RFP for Montgomery County Acceptable Organics Processing (issued 9-9-16)
Draft Organics Service Agreement (9-8-16) PDF
Draft Organics Service Agreement (9-8-16) Word
Addendum No. 1 to RFP for Montgomery County Acceptable Organics Processing (9-23-16)
Addendum No. 2 to RFP for Montgomery County Acceptable Organics Processing (10-3-16)
Addendum No. 3 to RFP for Montgomery County Acceptable Organics Processing (11-2-16)
Addendum No. 4 to RFP for Montgomery County Acceptable Organics Processing (11-15-16)
Addendum No. 5 to RFP for Montgomery County Acceptable Organics Processing (11-18-16)
Addendum No. 5 Attachments:
Form A-4
Draft Service Agreement (amended version) Word Format
Draft Service Agreement (amended version) PDF Format

Notice Posted:  9-6-16
Notice Updated:  9-9-16, 9-23-16, 10-3-16, 11-2-16, 11-15-16, 11-18-16

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