For resource management companies, procuring waste and recycling contracts is an increasingly competitive and challenging environment. And this is the case when procuring in both the municipal, and commercial and industrial, sectors: local authorities continue to see their budgets cut, so are seeking innovative ways to deliver services for less; new players are entering the market and increasing competition; and brokerage in current recyclate markets can be challenging.
Companies need to demonstrate how they can deliver cost competitive services, using innovative technologies and delivery approaches to benefit clients, and maximise the quality and quantity of recyclable and compostable materials being collected and processed – as well as show an understanding of the consistency framework.
Our resource management services
Our service offerings are applicable at all stages in the contract life cycle.
Stage 1 – Strategic planning and pre-procurement
We can work with you to plan the strategic direction of your services. For example:
- Exploring the range of services for different client types
- Identifying likely procurement processes and approach to sales
- Analysing competitors
- Assessing client needs
- Identifying supply chain integration opportunities
We can help to develop a target pipeline both in the public and private sectors, and work with you to prioritise, and develop a pre-procurement strategy relating to marketing and information gathering.
Stage 2 – Contract procurement support
We can provide your bid teams with a variety of support to meet the needs, experience and resources within your team, including:
- Service solution development – specialising in collection and treatment services design, and behaviour change programmes.
- PQQ & Method Statement support – writing, peer reviewing and/or evaluating documents against tender requirements.
- Delivering specific tasks – e.g. waste flow modelling, necessity and TEEP assessments, social value modelling and financial model critiquing, as well as demonstrating knowledge of the consistency framework.
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