It is planned to launch a first phase of the solid household waste treatment facility with the landfill gas collection and power generation system in 2019, Kharkiv Mayor Hennadiy Kernes has said.
“Next year we will open the first phase of the process… Waste will be delivered to a new landfill, and the old one will be reclaimed. This is the priority task, as the old landfill is on the verge [of being filled],” Kernes told reporters on Wednesday.
As reported, the waste treatment facility project in Derhachi district of Kharkiv region includes construction of a new modern landfill, installation of a gas collection unit and a building for sorting line with a gross area of 4,000 square meters.
The project is being implemented using funds of the World Bank.
Lviv-based municipal enterprise Zelene Misto (Green City) has announced a tender to build a solid household waste treatment facility in Lviv.
The respective invitation for prequalification is posted on the website of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), which finances the project.
The potential participants should meet the following requirements: to have annual turnover of at least EUR 38 million in the past three years and at least two similar successful projects. These projects should be implemented in the past seven years for the amount of at least EUR 11 million each.
In addition, the potential participants should successfully operate the similar complex built by applicants for at least two years.
The prequalification documents must be duly completed and delivered on or before 17:00 local time on July 9, 2018. The prequalification is to be completed in August. The winner will be selected in October 2018.
The treatment facility with a throughput capacity up to 250,000 tonnes of waste a year should be built in 24 months.
As reported, on June 1, 2018, Lviv city and the EBRD signed an agreement for EUR 35 million to build the solid household waste treatment facility, including a EUR 25 million loan and a UAH 10 million grant.