Procurement

MWRRG procures and manages multi-council contracts for waste management and resource recovery services and facilities. 

The benefits that multi-council contracts deliver include:

  • long term service security at an affordable cost to councils
  • greater combined quantities to attract technology solutions
  • cost effective access to specialist consultants and MWRRG’s expertise
  • centralised contract management
  • single administration of service provision provided by MWRRG
  • the achievement of LG Act Procurement Exemptions.

MWRRG has the following legislative requirements under the Environment Protection Act 1970:

  • to facilitate the development of contracts for the joint procurement of waste management and resource recovery services and facilities within our region
  • to manage contracts in the performance of our objectives and functions
  • to undertake waste and resource recovery projects funded by government, councils and other organisations. 

Current procurement opportunties

Click here to view MWRRG's current procurement opportunities on the eProcure platform. 

 

Upcoming opportunities

Register as a supplier through the eProcure platform to receive notification of tenders, public RFQ's and other procurement processes as they are issued.

The procurement process

The procurement contract structure:

MWRRG Triangle graph 4 

Our procurement and contract management team manage all aspects of the joint procurement process from pre-tender requirements with councils through to contract management with the contractor on behalf of councils for the duration of the contract.

MWRRG typically prepares the following documentation during the procurement process:

Initial documents (before tender)
  • Memorandum of Understanding – identifies council requirements and commitments
  • Invitation to tender  – for the provision of services and/or facilities (this includes draft contract documents)

Contract documents (after evaluation)
  • Receival/Processing Contract
  • Participation Agreement (this includes contract management protocols)
  • Direct Deed
 MWRRG’s collective procurement programs are based on the Victorian Government’s guiding principles of:
  • value for money
  • open and fair competition
  • accountability
  • risk management
  • probity and transparency.

Last updated: 21/08/2018