Derbyshire Dales District Council has issued a tender for a duo of eight-year waste collection service contracts worth up to £3.15m a year in total.
The council is looking for bidders for a municipal and commercial waste collection contract, which will collect residual waste, dry recyclables and organic waste, and a second contract for the sorting, emptying and cleaning of bring banks.
A council spokesman told MRW: “The existing contract with Veolia Environmental Services has been extended for another year and we are now tendering for when that ends. The response to the tender has been really positive – we now have to remind people of what they can do in terms of waste and recycling.”
The combined value of the two contracts is between £1.76m and £3.15m per annum.