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KADUNA STATE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES-

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN INVESTING IN THE “WASTE TO WEALTH” COMPONENT OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT REGIME IN KADUNA STATE

THE GOVERNMENT OF KADUNA STATE
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN INVESTING IN THE “WASTE TO WEALTH” COMPONENT OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT REGIME IN KADUNA STATE

1.     INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND
The Kaduna State Government (KDSG), through the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, is introducing a Waste to Wealth programme designed to create wealth from the vast quantum of waste being generated in the State.

Integrated waste management is a system which involves proper storage, evacuation, transportation, and processing (conversion) of waste to useful materials through recycling, reuse and composting to create wealth from waste.

With a population estimated at close to 10m, Kaduna State is the third most populous state in the Federation. The State has 23 Local Government Areas (LGAs), eleven (11) Federal Constituencies, three (3) Senatorial Districts and 32 graded Traditional Institutions.

The rising population and the vast commercial activities in the state, in public health care facilities, markets, slaughter facilities, schools, financial institutions, hotels/guest inns (hospitality industry) and in other commercial institutions also lead to a marked increase in waste generation in the State.

Therefore, it is necessary to adopt an efficient waste management system to adequately manage the waste generated in the state, using modern technology of converting waste to wealth and treatment of special waste such as medical waste, plastic and electronic waste.

In compliance with the provision of Kaduna State Public Procurement Law, the Kaduna State Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, on behalf of the Kaduna State Government, hereby invites interested, competent, reputable qualified firms/investors to indicate interest in investing in integrated waste management, particularly in the conversion of waste to wealth.

2.    SCOPE OF THE WORK
The scope of work for the Integrated Waste Management is as follows:
(i)         Proper Storage;
(ii)        Total evacuation of Waste in Kaduna, Kafanchan and Zaria (KKZ);
(iii)       Transportation from Transfer Station to treatment site; and
(iv)       Conversion of waste to wealth at treatment centers;

3.   LOTS
The operational areas are divided into eight (8) lots as follows:

(I)         KADUNA

a. Igabi Local Government Area: LOT 1
b.  Kaduna North Local Government Area: LOT 2
c.  Kaduna South Local Government Area: LOT 3
d. Chikun Local Government Area: LOT 4

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