Waste Management Agreement Sample

CONSIDERING that Larkspur needs access to a fixed landfill to serve its inhabitants; and considering that Westlock is prepared to provide such a website to Larkspur, and CiwM, in collaboration with Clarkslegal LLP, has developed this model for a waste management contract or agreement. This should give rise to clear and consistent information about contracts and the tendering process. The waste industry and resource management sectors that are included are waste collection and disposal, household waste recycling and recycling centres (or CA sites) and treatment. This waste management agreement (“agreement”) was signed on May 5, 2009 (“effective date”) between Republic Services of Southern California LLC, a limited liability company located in Delaware (“Republic”) and the City of Redlands (“City”). The Republic and the City are sometimes referred to individually as “party” and together as “parties” on this issue. CET ACCORD is between Waste Corporation of America, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (`customer`) and WCA Waste Corporation, a Delaware Corporation (`WCA`) on October 3, 2005, for the disposal of non-hazardous construction and demolition waste from the client. For the purposes of this agreement, refer to “customer” include any subsidiary of the client that owns or operates a transfer station in the State of Florida, and references to WCA include each of WCA`s subsidiaries that own a landfill in the State of Florida. This ACCORD will be concluded on This Day of October 2018 between BLADEN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINE (hereafter referred to as “customer”) and SAMPSON COUNTY DISPOSAL, INC., a North Carolina company (hereafter referred to as “SCDI”). County Authorization Date: 24. March 2009 City Approval Date: County Notice Address: DirectorOC Waste – Recycling300 N. Flower Street, Suite 400 Santa Ana, CA 92703 City Notice Address: All clean filter materials delivered to Green Vision Recycling Pikes Point are limited to the clean filter, as it is defined as a material that has no negative effect on the environment. This includes: natural materials such as clay, soil and rock, and other inert materials such as concrete and brick, or mixtures of one of the above.

This WASTE DISPOSAL AGREEMENT ADDENDUM will be closed from the day of , 2016, from and between PENOBSCOT ENERGY RECOVERY COMPANY, Limited Partnership, a Partnership Maine Limited [hereafter called “PERC” and the municipality of Lamoine, Maine. – Tendering procedures, including good practices – Contract evaluation process – Responsibility – Definition (but) of contract terms – Definition (purpose) of specifications – Partnership relationship – Contracting/Customer Relationship – Entry and exit base – Better value – Consideration of vehicles – Consideration of contractual terms – contractual terms are only standard conditions. Neither Clarkslegal LLP nor the CIWM can guarantee that they are appropriate for certain circumstances. Individual advice from legal counsel should therefore be obtained before using the terms of the contract or part of it. This WASTE DISPOSAL AGREEMENT is made and dated from the date indicated on the cover sheet between Orange County, a political sub-division of the State of California (the “County”), and the designated party on the cover of that agreement, a company that operates a transfer station (as defined here) in the county (the “Facility Operator”). The main standard contractual terms were established in collaboration with Clarkslegal LLP. The standard terms for contracts and schedules will be a “living” document, meaning it will be updated if necessary.