Waste Tenders and Bid Management
The management team at Waste2Resource has considerable experience of competitive tendering for waste management contracts.
We are able to support your business through what can be a demanding process in the following key areas;
- Completion of mandatory paperwork including Tender Questionnaires, Method Statements, Company Policies and demonstration of financial strength
- Strategic advice on Bid Solution options and pricing
- Attendance of meetings with the procuring client
- Support and commentary/critique on suite of Contract Documents
- Comprehensive Bid Management service
Why use our waste tenders and bid management services?
UK local authorities have to make sure they are able to comply with UK and EU statutory waste legislation and targets when planning how they will manage and dispose of their waste. Periodically they must also show performance improvements while ensuring they deliver on key values such as environmental protection, public satisfaction and value for money. Tenders tend to be evaluated on a range of criteria that include environmental protection considerations, staffing, partnership working, performance, efficiency, contract management, contract delivery and track record. Having an in-depth knowledge of the waste management tender process and of the waste industry in general is essential if you want to be successful in standing out as a preferred contractor.
Our waste management consultants have spent nearly 40 years in this industry which includes experience of local authority long term PFI/PPP procurements for residual waste management as well as shorter term contracts for interim services such as waste collection, residual waste management, recycling centre management and kerbside collection schemes. We are well positioned to support you in submitting a successful tender. For organisations looking to procure a new waste management contract, we are also available to provide the experience and technical understanding to accurately evaluate tenders and provide recommendations to help you make an informed decision.
If you are considering entering a competitive tender process, please contact us for a no obligation confidential discussion.