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NLWA contract: mystery withdrawal of front-runner company

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"In a surprise move, SITA UK has dropped out of the running for the huge North London Waste Authority long-term waste management contract, leaving two bidders, FCC/Skanska and Veolia ES, to compete for the work.

Making the best of a bad job?
NLWA's Cllr Clyde Loakes
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"SITA UK/Lend Lease had been tipped as a strong contender, due to the waste company’s long involvement alongside the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) as joint owner of disposal company LondonWaste. The company sold its 50% stake to the NLWA in November 2009 (see letsrecycle.com story) to clear the way for bidding for the waste management contract.

"The announcement represents the latest incident to affect the procurement of a long-term waste solution by the NLWA, which currently handles 900,000 tonnes-a-year of waste disposal across its seven member boroughs. In October 2010, the Authority had its PFI support withdrawn as part of the government’s spending review (see letsrecycle.com story).

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