TNRD Solid Waste Tenders out this month

Star/Journal Staff

(Feb. 13/18) The Thompson- Nicola Regional District (TNRD) has issued invitations to tender for the operations, maintenance, and hauling services at all TNRD solid waste facilities.

The contracts will be for a five-year term and include providing site attendants at each TNRD transfer station, hauling roll-off bins and B-train trailers of garbage and/or recyclables, and landfill operations.

For the purpose of these tenders, the TNRD has been split into three subregions — the western TNRD, Thompson Valley and Nicola Valley.

The TNRD intends to enter into a separate contract for each sub-region; however, the TNRD may enter into a contract with the same contractor for one or more sub-regions.

The tender documents are available for viewing at tnrd.ca as well as bcbid.ca

A non-mandatory pre-tender meeting will be held at the TNRD Main Office (465 Victoria Street, Kamloops) at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 14.

All three invitations to tenders close March 12.

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