Framework Number: Y20012
Framework Period: 01 January 2021 - 31 December 2024
Contract Arranged by: KCS
Last Updated: 21 July 2021
This framework covers the provision of comprehensive and innovative waste solutions. Suppliers will proactively assist in attempts to reduce the quantities of waste sent to landfill and achieve recycling targets, in line with the revised Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011 that prioritise the waste hierarchy.
What are the benefits of using this framework?
- All our frameworks are free to access
- This framework is fully compliant with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015
- Authorised Participants can re-open competition within the framework, removing the need for a full tender exercise or lengthy supplier evaluation each time they have an Waste Management requirement, saving time and costs associated with procurement exercises.
- Direct Award capability giving you a quick, easy and PCR15 compliant route to procurement.
- The terms and conditions are safe and designed to protect you
- Free and full support on using the framework through the KCS Professional Services team.
- You are able to benefit from aggregated spend and lower pricing based on the value of the overall contract, even on low spend orders.
- The framework will be managed and monitored by KCS Professional Services (acting for Kent County Council) on behalf of our customers and your views and requirements will be taken into account when reviewing and developing the contract.
Integrated Waste Management
General Waste and Recycling
Clinical, Chemical, Hazardous and Radioactive Waste
Supply of Wheelie Bins including Compacters/Balers
Waste Disposal Authority (WDA) Household Waste Processing
Who can use this framework?
All public bodies have access to this framework agreement with the agreement of the Contracting Authority. Those organisations who may wish to access this framework agreement will be members, affiliates and associates of the CBC Group, the Police Service, the Fire Service, the NHS & NHS Trusts, third sector organisations, academic centres (including Academies), publicly funded organisations and publicly owned private companies, operating within the geographic boundaries of the United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Northern Ireland.
The framework agreement is also open for use by all other local authorities and public sector bodies.