RFP No: RFP-21-001

The City of Springfield is soliciting proposals from qualified companies experienced in and able to perform municipal Residential Solid Waste Collection, Disposal and Recycling Services within the City. The City of Springfield is expected to ensure waste management and trash removal and does so through service contracted with a responsible and responsive company or other governmental entity.

This Request for Proposals is an invitation by the City of Springfield for companies to submit an offer, which shall be subject to evaluation and subsequent discussion(s). All prospective companies will be afforded full opportunity to submit responses to this Request for Proposals (RFP) by submitting in the form and manner as indicated in this RFP their interests, complete details on how they would provide the services, statements of experience and costs to provide the services, along with other requested information.

Proposals will be received at by the City of Springfield until 2:00 p.m., Friday, April 23, 2021.

Proposal packages must be sent in a sealed package, which shall be clearly marked “SEALED PROPOSAL – RFP-21-001 Residential Solid Waste”, clearly on the outside of the envelope or box and mailed or hand delivered to:
City of Springfield
Attn: Amber Dyson, Finance Director
P.O. Box 1 * 130 S. Laurel Street
Springfield, GA 31329

The City will not consider proposals received after the time and date specified for the opening; the City will return late proposals unopened. Furthermore, proposals are legal and binding when submitted. Proposals will not be accepted if sent by facsimile or e-mail.

RFP documents are now available and can be obtained by clicking the link at the bottom of the page or by emailing Amber Dyson, Finance Director at adyson@springfieldga.org. All general communication of relevant information regarding this solicitation will be made via the City’s website. All firms are responsible for checking the City’s website on a regular basis for updates, clarifications, and announcements.

The City of Springfield provides equal opportunity for all business and does not discriminate against any person or business because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, family relations, handicap or veteran status. This policy ensures all segments of the business community have access to supplying the goods and services needed by the City of Springfield.

The City of Springfield reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, waive technicalities and/or informalities and make the award in the best interest of the City.