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[GreenYes] Re: Request for Qualifications- Consultant



Dennis -

I'm curious why the CVSWMD is specifically excluding organic materials
from its review of zero waste diversion activities. Do you already have
a robust zero waste infrastructure diverting all (or darn near to quote
Eric Lombardi) of your organic resources?

Is there likely to be a separate RFQ process for a consultant to assist
with the organic waste stream? Diverting organics would seem to be the
most significant part of achieving zero waste, that has, so far, been
largely overlooked.

Thanks.

Matthew Cotton
Integrated Waste Management Consulting, LLC
19375 Lake City Road
Nevada City, CA 95959
(530) 265-4560
Fax (530) 265-4547
mattcotton@no.address

On Jan 17, 2007, at 2:08 PM, Dennis Sauer wrote:

>
> The Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District
>
> REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
> for
> Consultant Services to
> Help the CVSWMD Envision Potential, Realistic Options for Increased
> Capture & Diversion of Materials
> in Our Zero Waste Region
>
> Montpelier, Vermont
>
>
> RFQ Introduction:
> The Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District (CVSWMD or the
> District) is seeking qualified consultants to deliver services to
> assist our Board and staff in understanding the solid waste
> infrastructure existing within our region and to envision the options
> that would allow the District to capture and divert additional, non
> organic (food and yard waste) materials in order to realize our Zero
> Waste goals. Qualifications from consultants having direct experience
> in or with Zero Waste municipalities, regions and organizations are
> preferred. In addition, the District will consider other consultants
> who can demonstrate experience dealing with clients, programs and other
> initiatives that offer significant diversion opportunities or concepts.
>
> The CVSWMD is a union municipal district under Vermont Law, consisting
> of 22 rural communities, inclusive of Montpelier - the state capital.
> We are the largest grouping of municipal governments in the United
> States to have adopted a Zero Waste Plan. (This document is available
> in its draft form on our web site www.cvswmd.org through the member
> community page.) We represent a population of approximately 60,000
> residents. Additional data is contained in the report. Our annual
> budget is approximately $1.4 million.
>
> The consultant chosen from this RFQ process will work primarily with
> our Board through a 3-6 month vision process focused on infrastructure
> assessment and potential development. We prefer to begin this contract
> in March 2007, but that is dependent upon review of responses to this
> RFQ, interviews and negotiations with the potential project consultant.
>
> For a complete RFQ contact: Barb Baird administration@no.address 802
> 229 9383 ext 100 or go to www.cvswmd.org : Employment Opportunities
> Page
>
>
> >


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