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Rekom won residual waste tender for GIR and SOR

Rekom has won the tender for the collection and treatment of residual waste for the inter-municipal companies Glåmdal Interkommunale Renovasjonsselskap IKS (GIR) and Solør Renovasjon IKS (SOR). The assignment involves the management of approximately 15,000 tonnes of residual waste annually. The contract lasts for one year with the possibility of extensions up to three years.

Published 4. May 2017

- We are pleased to have delivered a competitive offer, and look forward to working closely with GIR and SOR, says Head of Sales South/East/West in Rekom Ståle Gulestøl. Glåmdal Interkommunale Renovasjonsselskap IKS (GIR) is an inter-municipal company, owned by the municipalities Eidskog, Sør-Odal, Nord-Odal and Kongsvinger. Solør Renovasjon IKS (SOR) is an inter-municipal company owned by the municipalities Våler, Åsnes and Grue. The criteria for winning the offer was price (weighted 80 %), transport distance (weighted 15 %) and energy utilization (weighted 5 %). There was a total of three suppliers competing for the tender, and Rekom got the best overall score. The assignment involves transport and energy recovery of residual waste from households, recycling stations and commercial activities from SOR and GIR's facilities in Solør and Glåmdal. The contract amounts to approximately 15,000 tonnes of residual waste each year. The agreement has a duration of one year with an option of additional 1 + 1 + 1 year extensions.