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Escambia County (EC) and Emerald Coast Utilities Authority (ECUA) are undertaking the construction of Pensacola Mixed Waste Processing Facility project in Florida, the US.
The project involves the construction of a facility to process 100,000 tonnes of waste per year (TPA).
It includes the construction of a recovery facility, waste separation units, water collection facilities and other related infrastructure and the installation of machinery and equipment.
In July 2014, EC signed a potential agreement with ECUA.
Gershman, Brickner & Bratton Inc has been appointed as planning consultant and kessler consulting as the technical consultant for the project.
On November 24, 2014, ECUA issued request for qualification (RFQ) to select an experienced contractor to provide the design, permitting, financing, construction, and long-term operation of a source-separated recyclable and solid waste processing plant with a due date on December 18, 2014.
On December 18, 2014, the ECUA received seven responses to the RFQ.
In January 2015, the Committee has short-listed four vendors. Following, the vendors were split into two groups based on the rankings of the four presentations by Evaluation Committee members: Tier A consisting of Mustang Renewable Power Ventures (Mustang) and Infinitus Energy; and Tier B consisting of Envision Waste Services and Wheelabrator Technologies.
The Mustang team consists of Mustang as the owner and financial backer for the project, in partnership with Sims Recycling as the facility operator and Van Dyk as the equipment provider.
The Infinitus (IREP) team consists of IREP as the owner and financial backer for the project, in partnership with Zero Waste as the facility operator and Bulk Handling Systems (BHS) as the equipment provider.
In June 2015, a proposal to build a mixed waste processing facility was submitted to commissioners of EC and ECUA.
Final negotiations are underway with the preferred bidders.
The project involves the construction of a facility to process 100,000TPA in Florida, the US.
The US$50 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a recovery facility
2. Construction of waste separation units
3. Construction of water collection facilities
4. Installation of machinery and equipmentReasons To Buy