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Requests for Proposals


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The Monterey Regional Waste Management District is accepting Requests for Qualifications (RFQ) for the operation of the Last Chance Mercantile in partnership with the District. Responses are due Nov. 30.

The Ramsey/Washington Recycling & Energy Center in Newport, Minn. is seeking vendors that can recover value from the following feedstocks: Refuse-derived fuel; Source-separated organics in durable compostable bags; and, Organic-rich materials recovered from MSW. Management of the materials may include but is not limited to anaerobic digestion, composting, gasification, pyrolysis, chemical recycling or other processes. Phase I proposals are due Dec. 4.

The Alliance to End Plastic Waste (the Alliance) is seeking project proposals on infrastructure implementation to eliminate leakage of plastic waste through collection and containment – with an expected funding between $1 million- $10 million. Proposals are due December 31.

The City of Pateros, Wash. is seeking proposals from qualified firms, with experience working in and/or with the plastics industry, to assist in the preparation of a feasibility study on the potential for growing a plastics recycling industry in North Central Washington, starting on the City’s Starr Road property. Proposals are due January 15, 2021.

The Mattress Recycling Council (MRC) is searching for creative and innovative proposals to develop hard-to-recycle mattress components in new or reformulated applications and/or products. Proposal applications will be accepted any time during the 2020 calendar year. More information is available on the MRC website.

The Recycling Partnership is accepting applications for grants to help launch cart-based curbside recycling in communities across the U.S. Communities can apply to convert bin or bag-based curbside recycling programs to carts or to implement new cart-based curbside recycling programs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

The Closed Loop Fund is accepting proposals to fund replicable and financially viable recycling infrastructure projects across three primary categories: collection, sortation, and processing/end markets. Proposals are accepted on a rolling basis.

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