DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The City of Dawson Creek is looking for interested contractors to audit recycling carts.
The City is looking for bids from qualified contractors to start in December 2021, running through to December 31st, 2022.
“There will be an opportunity to extend the contract after a positive evaluation towards the end of 2022,” reads a request for written quotations from the City.
There are around 4,522 residential recycling carts in Dawson Creek, according to the City. Carts are collected on a bi-weekly basis.
The contractor will audit recycling containers on collection days, identify and document inappropriate recycling materials, and provide collection information to City staff.
The prospective contractor will also be expected to assist with public education and the startup of a partnership with Recycle BC.
The request for quotes was announced on November 19th, and the deadline to submit quotes is December 3rd.
“If your firm is interested and capable to perform the work, please provide your written quotation to the underscored by way of email no later than December 3rd, 2021,” reads the request for quotations.
“If you have any questions, comments or concerns regarding the scope of work, please contact Bill Darnbough by email or phone ( 250-784-3654) at least three days prior to the aforementioned deadline.”
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