The companys proposal was accepted by the Waste & Resources Action Programme and covered four key areas- service review and options appraisal, collection and facilities design, guidance and communications and performance management.
Entec project manager doctor Geoff Sampson said: The team members have developed strong relationships with many of the ROTATE advisers through the support delivered to date and have developed effective communication channels and working protocols between the two organisations. We look forward to developing this relationship and the range of support we can provide.
The environmental consultant has worked with ROTATE on a number of projects since 2004 and under the original framework, Entec delivered support in the form of collection service reviews, options appraisal studies, round design and logistics evaluation and organics research.
It also helped with the development of guidance for local authorities on alternate weekly collections.