You will find below some links to key documents that define our procurement and how it is run as well as information about the amount of waste we expect to be managing in forthcoming years.
We have undertaken extensive waste data work prior to, and throughout, the procurement process to ensure that the best information is used in designing future facilities. This has included borough-by-borough review of anticipated tonnages and waste composition surveys.
You can view the Explanatory Text to the Waste Projections here.
View the Final Waste Projections in Excel format by selecting this link. A PDF version of the Final Waste Projections will be available shortly for ease of printing.
The Outline Business Case (OBC)
Please note our Outline Business Case relating to the procurement for long term services was refreshed to take account of the Authority's acquisition of LondonWaste Limited (see Media Statement entitled ‘NLWA Advances Procurement Plans’ issued on 23 December 2009).
The (Refreshed, i.e. updated) OBC sets out how we plan to manage waste in north London in the future and the facilities we need to effectively do so.
Download: the OBC (please note this may take a couple of minutes to load due to size).
Download the OBC appendicies
The Memorandum of Information (MOI)
The Memorandum of Information is designed to provide background and other relevant information for bidders for our long term waste services and fuel use contracts.
Download the MOI Draft Waste Services
Draft waste services contract output specification
The output specification defines our requirements for providing services under the waste services contract. The waste services contractor must perform the services in accordance with all the requirements of this Output Specification.
Please note that this Output Specification is a draft and it will be developed over the course of the competitive dialogue process we are employing for the waste services procurement.
You can view the Draft Waste Services output specification in this section of our website.
Draft fuel use output specification
The output specification defines our requirements for providing services under the fuel use contract. The fuel use contractor(s) must perform the services in accordance with all of the requirements of this output specification.
Please note that this output specification is a draft and it will be developed over the course of the competitive dialogue process we are employing for the fuel use procurement.
You can view the Draft Fuel Use output specification in this section of our website.
NLWA OJEU notice
To view the notice advertising our fuel use and waste services contracts which was placed in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) please click here