Twelve companies from 11 nations are bidding in a tender to build a waste recycling plant in Lviv
Monday, July 30, 2018

Twelve companies from 11 nations are bidding in a tender to build a waste recycling plant in Lviv

Twelve companies from 11 nations are bidding in a tender to build a waste recycling plant in Lviv, the City Council press service reports. In June, the EBRD agreed to loan EUR 35 million for construction of the waste recycling plant and rehabilitation of the Hrybovychi solid household waste landfill. According to the tender, the winner will have 2 years to build a waste recycling plant should be able to handle 700 tons of garbage a day. Bidders include: Eggersmann Anlagenbau GmbH (Germany); Control Process S.A. (Poland); СМЕС (China Machinery Engineering Corporation, PRC); Ceres Group SAS (France); ECONOVA (Poland); HELECTOR S. A (Greece); M-U-T (Austria), JV EFACEC-TAHAL (Israel); Atzwanger AG (Italy); Axis-Waste Treatment Technologies (Holland); RIKO (Slovenia); and 3B Hungaria (Hungary).

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