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Consulting services, sector study for integrated solid waste management

(May 15, 2019)

Prequalification

  • Deadline:Jun 17, 2019
  • Country:Georgia

Ref: BMZ201765189

Project Measures: SWMCG intends to commission a sector study that shall develop appropriate concepts including investment measures for the implementation of the National Waste Management Strategy and EU standards.

Requested services:

  1. Re Investigate strategies and concepts for the development of waste management systems and infrastructure in accordance with the National Waste Management Strategy and EU standards.
  2. Assess entry points for private sector engagement and where interfaces can be established. Discuss corresponding ideas and plans of relevant bodies (ministries).
  3. Assess which corresponding models for future operation can be developed in addition to the SWMCG. In addition, the Consultant will define the future role of the SWMCG and identify other potential fields of action such as conduction of recycling and segregation at source of valuable waste fractions, etc.
  4. Determine the costs of future models and adequate tariffs
  5. Assess the potential of citizen’s protests against planned ISWM infrastructures and propose measures to improve their social acceptance
  6. Provide an objective, verifiable and transparent prioritization system of ISWM infrastructure investments that builds on a needs and impacts assessment;
  7. Provide a phased investment plan for local and regional ISWM infrastructure for the short, medium and long term (2020, 2025 and 2030), concerning waste collection and transport, reduction and recycling of waste as well as waste treatment and/or disposal facilities.
  8. Propose the necessary legal and institutional changes that will make the investment plan indicative of the current situation, in line with national priorities and policies and easily implemented.
  9. Analyse the national regulations regarding Enviromental, Social, Health and Safety (ESHS) issues compared to the kfw ESHS standards and propose measure to bridge the gaps.
  10. Propose accompanying measures that will make the Sector Study more applicable and implementable.

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Construction Services for Solid Waste Management Deadline: 24th August 2017

Country: Georgia

Ref.-N°: BMZ 2011 66 479

Prequalification

Ref.: International, open Tender for Integrated Solid Waste Management Kutaisi”

Tenderer: Solid Waste Management Company of Georgia         (SWMCG)

Project Measures: The main features of the Project include the design and construction of a new Sanitary Landfill near Kutaisi (to replace the existing Kutaisi Landfill), as well as installation of five transfer stations in rural parts of the Project area and closure/clean-up of eight landfills.

Requested Services:  The services include the construction of the new Sanitary Landfill in Kutaisi, Georgia to serve the regions of Imereti and Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti. The landfill will be located in an area of former military use, about 8 km east of Kutaisi, between the villages of Chognari and Godogani. The tendered works include the construction of the Phase 1 (approx. 5.4ha) for a lifetime of 7 years and a capacity of 800,000 m³ (the whole Sanitary Landfill is designed for a total lifetime of 20 years and a capacity of 2.2 million m³). The works will include the construction of a Sanitary Landfill including all necessary infrastructure for operation: buildings (administration, garage, and entrance control), leachate treatment, degassing system, etc. The applicant should have proven experience in general construction, sanitary landfill construction according to EU Standards, contract management and projects with significant Environmental, Social and Health and Safety impact.

The prequalification of experienced Consultants is subject to the regulations contained in the „Guidelines for Assignment of Consultants in Financial Co-operation Projects“(see www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de). The contract will be awarded to an independent Consultant firm with proven experience in the Solid Waste Management sector and the region and a minimum annual turnover of 10 (ten) million EUR  for the last 3 years, calculated as total certified annual payments received for contracts in progress and/or completed. For further information please refer to http://waste.gov.ge or contact:info@waste.gov.ge

 

 

 

 

 

Consulting Services for Central Georgia Solid Waste – Feasibility Study Deadline: 23rd of Aug. 2017

Country: Georgia

Ref.-N°:          EBRD-Reference: n.a.

KfW Procurement No: 501046

 

Prequalification

Ref.: International, open Tender for Central Georgia Solid Waste – Feasibility Study

Tenderer: Solid Waste Management Company of Georgia Ltd

 

Project Measures: The Government of Georgia, represented by the Ministry of Finance, has approached the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD) and Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (the KfW) (together, the Banks) with a request to finance the Central Georgia Solid Waste Project (the Project).

 

The Project is expected to finance:

  • the construction of one or more European Union (EU) compliant regional sanitary landfills to serve municipalities located in the central part of the country, namely in Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Shida Kartli and Samtskhe-Javakheti regions (jointly the Municipalities), including waste collection points and transfer stations as required; and
  • the acquisition of trucks for transporting waste from the transfer stations to the landfill(s), landfill management equipment and solid waste collection vehicles.
  • the closure of existing dumpsites in the Municipalities, as required.

 

Requested Services: The Client now intends to retain a consulting company (the Consultant) to carry out a feasibility study of the Project (the Assignment).

 

The expected outcome of the Assignment is to verify whether a bankable project can be prepared, and prepare such a project to achieve the objectives defined by the Banks and the Client.

 

The selected Consultant is expected to carry out

1: a baseline study.

2: project proposal.

3: financial analysis.

4: project implementation plan.

5: environmental and social assessment.

The prequalification of experienced Consultants is subject to the regulations of the EBRD. The contract will be awarded to an independent Consultant firm with proven experience in the solid waste sector and the region. For further information see the following contacts:

The Client Contact Person:

 

Nikoloz Chantladze

Chief Coordinator of International Procurement

Strategic Development and International Relations Department

Solid Waste Management Company of Georgia Ltd

10, A. Politkovskaia street, Tbilisi, 0186, Georgia

Email: n.chantladze@yahoo.com; n.chantladze@waste.gov.ge

 

The EBRD Contact Person:

 

Georgia Vasiliadis

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

One Exchange Square

London EC2A 2JN

Email: VasiliaG@ebrd.com

 

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Consulting Services for the Accompanying Measures Consultant (AMC)
Solid Waste Management Programme II for the Kakheti
and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Regions, Georgia
Deadline: 04.01.2018

 

Country: Georgia

Ref.-No: BMZ 2015 70 274

 

Prequalification

Ref.: International, open Tender for the below mentioned consulting services

Tenderer: Solid Waste Management Company of Georgia (SWMCG)

Project Measures: SWMCG intends to implement comprehensive Solid Waste Management Systems in the Georgian Regions Kakheti and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti in order to improve the general sanitary conditions and to avoid negative impacts on natural resources, the general environment and human health. The project is supported by the Financial Cooperation between Germany and Georgia, providing capital investment for:

  • The construction of a sanitary landfill for non-hazardous waste (one for each region) including all mobile and immobile equipment for operation, monitoring and control,
  • The construction a certain number of transfer stations for each region and supply of related long distance transport equipment for transport of municipal solid waste from the transfer station to the landfill,
  • The supply of solid waste management equipment for upgrading of municipal solid waste collection in each region
  • As well as equipment for separate collection of recyclables in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti and equipment for a composting facility at the new landfill for Kakheti Region.
  • The closure and rehabilitation of the existing landfills in both regions shall be supported and financed by the Project as well.

An Accompanying Measures Consultant will support the Kakheti and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti regions and the PEA in the areas of organisational and institutional development, financial management, public relation and the implementation of the pilot projects in separation at source for recyclables and composting.

Requested Services: The Consultant’s main tasks comprise:

  • Preparation of the specification of the equipment for street sweeping, waste collection and waste transport, and support in the extension and improvement of municipal waste services;
  • Institutional strengthening and capacity building of the SWMCG, the administrations of the cities and municipalities as well as the public service companies in the Project Area;
  • Development and implementation of management information and financial management systems;
  • Support the calculation of gate fees and user fees as well as the development and implementation of a gate fee and tariff system including a tariff collection mechanism that aims at least at operational cost recovery;
  • Support the implementation of the composting and recycling pilot projects;
  • Support the implementation of public relations and awareness raising campaigns;
  • Support the reporting to KfW.

Financing: The Consultant’s services will be financed through KfW Entwicklungsbank, (German Development Bank) acting on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

 

Deadline for submission of applications (EoI): 04.01.2018

The prequalification of experienced Consultants is subject to the regulations contained in the „Guidelines for Assignment of Consultants in Financial Co-operation Projects with Partner Countries“ (see: https://www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de/Download-Center/PDF-Dokumente-Richtlinien/Consulting-E.pdf.

The contract will be awarded to an independent Consultant firm with proven experience in the Integrated Solid Waste Management sector and the region and a minimum annual turnover of 1.500.000 €.

 

 

Consulting Services for the Implementation Consultant
Solid Waste Management Programme II for the Kakheti and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Regions, Georgia
Deadline: 04.01.2018

 

Country: Georgia

Ref.-No: BMZ 2015 68 260

 

Prequalification

Ref.: International, open Tender for the below mentioned consulting services

Tenderer: Solid Waste Management Company of Georgia (SWMCG)

Project Measures: SWMCG intends to implement comprehensive Solid Waste Management Systems in the Georgian Regions Kakheti and Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti in order to improve the general sanitary conditions and to avoid negative impacts on natural resources, the general environment and human health. The project is supported by the Financial Cooperation between Germany and Georgia, providing capital investment for:

  • The construction of a sanitary landfill for non-hazardous waste (one for each region) including all mobile and immobile equipment for operation, monitoring and control,
  • The construction a certain number of transfer stations for each region and supply of related long distance transport equipment for transport of municipal solid waste from the transfer station to the landfill,
  • The supply of solid waste management equipment for upgrading of municipal solid waste collection in each region
  • As well as equipment for separate collection of recyclables in Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti and equipment for a composting facility at the new landfill for Kakheti Region.
  • The closure and rehabilitation of the existing landfills in both regions shall be supported and financed by the Project as well.

An Implementation Consultant (IC) will support the PEA in planning, tendering and super-vising the construction of the new landfill site and the transfer stations including the long distance transport equipment and the supply of equipment, as well as in general project implementation tasks.

Requested Services: The Consultant’s main tasks comprise:

  1. Review the project feasibility study
  2. Support the SWMCG during the environmental permitting process under consideration of national and international standards for environmental and social impact assessment
  3. Prepare the detailed design for the construction of the sanitary landfills, the transfer stations, the pilot composting facility and other related infrastructure
  4. Prepare the specification for the necessary mobile equipment for the operation of the landfill and the other facilities as well as for equipment for collection and transport of waste
  5. Prepare the tender documents and accompany the tender processes as well as prepare the award of contracts for the construction works and the purchase of goods
  6. Supervise the construction works for the sanitary landfills and other related facilities
  7. Carry-out training for the operation of the new landfill, the transfer stations and other related facilities
  8. Prepare the concepts and designs for closure works of the existing dumpsites in the two regions including accompanying of tenders for the closure works and works supervision
  9. Support project management

Financing: The Consultant’s services will be financed through KfW Entwicklungsbank, (German Development Bank) acting on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Deadline for submission of applications (EoI): Thursday, 04.01.2018.

The prequalification of experienced Consultants is subject to the regulations contained in the „Guidelines for Assignment of Consultants in Financial Co-operation Projects with Partner Countries“ (see: https://www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de/Download-Center/PDF-Dokumente-Richtlinien/Consulting-E.pdf.

The contract will be awarded to an independent Consultant firm with proven experience in the Integrated Solid Waste Management sector and the region and a minimum annual turnover of 1.500.000 €.