Welcome to our SpeakUp site for CVSan's new municipal solid waste Collection and Processing Agreement (2019-2029). Castro Valley Sanitary District (CVSan or the District) is requesting proposals for the collection of garbage and the collection, processing and transfer of recyclable materials, organic materials, and construction and demolition debris. An agreement for transfer and disposal of garbage at the landfill is in effect 2009-2029.
Update: As of June 2018, CVSan has closed comments on Ideas.
The official Request for Proposals is now available for review and submission.Please click here for more information.Thank you for your interest.
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CVSan is currently seeking proposals for garbage collection services, and the collection and processing of recyclable materials, organic materials, and construction and demolition debris from residents and businesses located in the District.The District service area includes approximately 15,000 single-family accounts, 160 multi-family accounts (five or more units), and approximately 360 commercial accounts.The term of the new Franchise Agreement (Contract) for Collection of Garbage and Collection and Processing of Recyclable Materials and Organic Materials (Draft Franchise Agreement) will commence on May 1, 2019, and will continue for ten years, ending April, 2029. The agreement may be extended at the District’s sole option for up to an additional five years.
The goal for the new Franchise Agreement is to provide cost-effective, quality service for the residents and businesses in the District. Through this Request for Proposals (RFP) for a new contract, the District is looking for a service provider who can deliver efficient service, maintain competitive rates, and meet the diversion targets and help meet the Zero Waste by 2029 Goal set by the District.