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New Quebec compost, AD facilities seek tech info from firms

The City of Laval is planning the construction of two new organic treatment facilities in Quebec.


The City of Laval is planning the construction of two new organic treatment facilities in Quebec.

To facilitate a technological review of available technologies, the City of Laval (a population of 400,000) is requesting information and inviting specialized firms to send documentation about their firm, partners, equipment and accomplishments.

The new anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities include:

• one anaerobic digestion plant (65,000 tpy) mainly to treat municipal sludge, but also for sorted organics from residential and commercial areas

• one composting plant (50,000 tpy) to treat sorted organics from residential and commercial areas. The biogas could be used in sludge dryers, on site or injected into the natural gas grid (GAZ METRO).

To obtain the request for information (RFI) documents no. QF-00004, including the scope of work in details, see one of the following web sites :

www.merx.com or www.seao.ca.

Answers from the interested suppliers should be transmitted, in French or English before February 12, 2013 to :

BUREAU DU GREFFIER DE LA VILLE DE LAVAL 1,

Place du Souvenir Laval, QC

H7V 1W7

The information will be kept confidential by the City of Laval. The city’s Waste Management Master Plan. as well as preliminary studies. are available on the city’s website under “Environment”.

http://www.ville.laval.qc.ca/wlav3/index.php?pid=3009


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