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Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services

Agency: Orange County Public Schools
Level of Government: State & Local
Category:
  • S - Utilities and Training Services
Opps ID: NBD17301844913934917
Posted Date: May 21, 2020
Due Date: May 29, 2020
Solicitation No: RFP2003105
Source: https://vendorlink.ocps.net/co...
Agency Orange County Public Schools
Status Active
Fiscal Year 2020
Primary Contact Susan Perry
Secondary Contact
Tertiary Contact
Title Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services
Number RFP2003105
Type Request for Proposal
Online Quote/Bid Yes
Department Environmental Compliance
Piggyback Solicitation No
Insurance Required No
Bid Bond Required No
Bid Bond Amount
Scope of Services The School Board of Orange County, Florida, hereafter referred to as "OCPS" or the “district”, is seeking a qualified vendor to provide solid waste and recycling collection services at all Orange County schools and facilities. The vendor will be prepared to provide solid waste and recycling collection services at approximately 230 locations with the potential for future growth. The vendor shall provide all necessary labor, materials, containers, and equipment for the collection, removal, and proper disposal of all materials to be collected from all OCPS locations.
Broadcast Date 4/28/2020 9:00 PM
Question End Date 5/15/2020 2:00 PM
Due Date 5/29/2020 2:00 PM
Anticipated Award Date 7/14/2020
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Preconference(s) Total: 2
Date Time Mandatory Location
5/7/2020 9:00 AM No A conference call-in line is available for participants to attend. Phone 1-415-655-0001 Access code 477 369 164
5/7/2020 9:00 AM No There is a Powerpoint in the solicitation documents for your review, that will be discussed @ the meeting.


Documents Total: 17
Type Name Description File Type
Request for Proposal RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services.pdf Request for Proposal PDF
Meeting Notification RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Pre-Proposal Notice.pdf Pre-Bid Meeting Notice PDF
Pre-Submittal Presentation RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Pre-Bid PowerPoint.pptx Pre-Preposal Teleconference PowerPoint Type
Pre-Bid Sign-In Sheet RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Pre-Proposal Sign-In Sheet.xls teleconference participants Excel
Questions and Answers FY19-2018 Weight Audit FINAL RESULTS.pdf Requested Weight Audits FY19-2018 PDF
Questions and Answers FY19-2019 Weight Audit FINAL RESULTS.pdf Requested Weight Audits FY19-2019 PDF
Questions and Answers FY19 Invoices.xlsx Requested FY19 Invoices Excel
Addendum RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Addendum No. 1.pdf Addendum #1 PDF
Questions and Answers RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Appendices I-L with addresses and I open for edit..xlsx Appendices I-L with addresses and I open for edit. Excel
Questions and Answers 2020-5-15 OCPS Location Collection Days.xlsx Location Collection Days Excel
Questions and Answers Invoices December 2019-February 2020.xlsx Invoices Dec 2019- Feb 2020 Excel
Addendum RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Addendum No. 2.pdf Addendum #2 PDF
Questions and Answers Current Rates.pdf Current Rates PDF
Addendum RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Addendum No. 3.pdf Addendum #3 PDF
Addendum RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Addendum No. 4.pdf Addendum #4 with due date change -See new Price Sheet uploaded PDF
RFP Price Proposal Sheet RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services FINAL REVISED Price Sheet.xlsx RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services FINAL REVISED Price Sheet Excel
Meeting Notification RFP2003105 Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Services Evaluation Meeting Notice.pdf Evaluation Meeting Notice PDF


Quote/Bid Items Total: 0
# Required Group Make Model Description Quantity Unit of Measure Price/ Percent Type
Delivery Date None
Shipping
Terms and Conditions
Display Bid Tabulation
Commodity Codes Total: 5
Code Description
[906-82] Solid Wastes; Disposal Systems - Architectural Services
[958-96] Waste Management Services
[645-69] Paper and Paper Products, Scrap or Waste (Incl. Recycled)
[646-69] Paper and Paper Products, Scrap or Waste (Including Recycled), Environmentally Certified Products
[968-71] Solid or Liquid Waste Disposal (Including Management Services) (See 926-45 for Hazardous Waste Disposal)


Publications Total: 0
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Planholders Total: 24
Company E-mail First Access
Advanced Disposal Services Solid Waste Southeast, Inc. diane.walraven@advanceddisposal.com 4/30/2020 10:44:37 AM
Coastal Waste & Recycling, Inc. edamaso@coastalwasteinc.com 4/29/2020 2:35:11 PM
Construction Journal bids@constructionjournal.com 4/29/2020 4:24:10 AM
EmCo Consulting Inc Info@emcoco.com 5/19/2020 10:29:55 AM
Envirobidnet an Entram Corp contact@envirobidnet.com 4/30/2020 7:03:27 PM
Fence Direct Inc jessica@fencedirectfl.com 5/20/2020 10:16:19 AM
florida research info@flresearch.com 5/4/2020 5:53:12 PM
Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas, S.A. CARLOS.PUEBLA@FCCENVIRONMENTAL.COM 5/1/2020 9:17:42 AM
INTERSTATE RECYCLING WASTE INC saul@irwdumpsters.org 5/15/2020 9:38:02 AM
Isqft isqftmr@gmail.com 5/1/2020 7:28:16 AM
J + J Contracting, LLC-MN Steve@JJContracting.com 4/29/2020 7:46:08 AM
JJ`s Waste & Recycling, LLC fred.olsen@jjswaste.com 5/18/2020 1:49:22 PM
LTL ENTERPRISES emily@batterybank.com 5/6/2020 1:37:56 PM
North America Procurement Council, Inc. PBC lyra@napc.me 5/3/2020 9:50:29 PM
Prime Vendor Inc. laurie@prime-vendor.com 4/29/2020 3:07:07 AM
Republic Services, Inc. mboyer@republicservices.com 5/13/2020 11:15:08 AM
Steve Walse rfpalerts@gmail.com 4/29/2020 5:29:10 AM
Sunshine Enterprise USA LLC info@seu-usa.com 5/14/2020 1:31:07 PM
The School Board of Hillsborough Count, Florida ivan.viamontes@sdhc.k12.fl.us 5/5/2020 7:15:01 AM
Waste Connections of Florida, Inc ian.boyle@wasteconnections.com 5/1/2020 11:43:31 AM
Waste Management kbryant12@wm.com 4/29/2020 7:07:21 AM
Waste Pro RMeinert@wasteprousa.com 4/29/2020 4:45:52 AM
Waste Services of Florida, Inc. MStutz@wsii.us 4/29/2020 12:28:09 PM
WCA of Florida, LLC smccall@wcamerica.com 5/1/2020 9:40:03 AM


Questions Total: 9
Question Date Asked Answer Date Answered
On the pre bid conference call it was stated that some compactors are owned by the current vendor, Waste Management and some are owned by the School Board. Could you please share a detail list of who owns the compactors? 5/7/2020 9:31:10 AM Addendum No.1 issued to answer this Question 5/12/2020 2:55:35 PM
On the pre bid conference it was stated that disposal for roll offs and compactors will be paid by the School Board. Please clarify whether the contractor will submit disposal tickets for payment along with the monthly invoice or will the disposal facility invoice the School Board directly? 5/7/2020 9:38:37 AM Addendum No.1 issued to answer this Question 5/12/2020 2:56:01 PM
Please provide a copy of Waste Management`s monthly invoices from 2019. 5/7/2020 9:48:32 AM Added in the document section of this solicitation. 5/12/2020 2:42:38 PM
Please provide a copy of Waste Management`s monthly inspection audit for 2019. 5/7/2020 9:50:30 AM Added in the document section of this solicitation. 5/12/2020 2:42:53 PM
5/11/2020 3:46:41 PM Addendum No. 2 is uploaded with the answers to these questions from Waste Management Page 5 / 12. Overflowing and Low-filled loads “Contractor shall take a photograph of all front load containers that are overflowing three (3) feet or more above the top rim of the container.” • Will you consider changing this to one (1) foot or more above the top rim of the container? Page 6 / 13. Invoicing and Auditing “Each month, the Contractor shall furnish the OCPS a solid waste and recycling “Monthly Inspection Audit” report by the 10th business day of the month following service. Prior to each month’s service, ten (10) OCPS locations from each of the Contractor’s routes shall be mutually agreed upon as the Audited locations. A different OCPS location must be audited each month, so no OCPS location is audited more than once in a contract year. The “Monthly Inspection Audit” shall be formatted on a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and include the following: • OCPS Facility Name and Location • Container Size • Container Percent Filled (less than 25%, 25%, 50%, 75% or 100%, greater than 100%)” • Each contractor may have a different number of routes, will you consider the auditing of 10 total locations per month? Do these audits need to include the actual weight of the container? Page 6 / 14. Solid Waste “Bulk Pickups: Contractor shall have the ability to provide bulk pickup services with a “clamshell” type vehicle. This service will be for large items such as tree limbs and debris; or other items that have been placed adjacent to the road or parking area with proper overhead clearance.” • The claw truck can only pick up to a set size/weight of yard debris, will you consider adding tree limbs no larger than 36-inches in diameter, 6-feet long to the contract language? “Compactors shall be equipped with monitoring devices to indicate remotely to Contractor when full. Compactors shall be equipped with automatic self-cleaning equipment to prevent odors.” • Does this mean mandatory automated compactor monitoring devices that determine fullness pressure levels and mandatory deodorizers must be placed on all compactors? Page 9 / Terms and Conditions 3. Price Adjustments “Due to market commodity price changes, the Contractor will notify the Procurement Services buyer of any decrease or increase in pricing each year, 90 days before the end of current years contract date. Prior to Procurement Service approval of any price increase, the Contractor must provide documentation to justify the reason for the increase using CPI-All Urban Consumers, Seasonally Adjusted, Water and Sewer and Trash collection services. Link https://data.bls.gov/timeseries/CUSR0000SEHG. Procurement Services Representative will email the Contractor to inform them if their changes are approved. Any purchase orders issued by OCPS prior to the approval of the price increase will not be modified. Any unit price adjustment invoiced without written approval from OCPS shall not be paid and the invoice returned to the Contractor for correction. Requests for price adjustments shall not exceed the percentage of change in the CPI-All Urban Consumers, Seasonally Adjusted, Water and Sewer and Trash collection services index. OCPS reserves the right to request a reduction in contract prices equal to the percentage of change of the CPI in the event of a reduction. Contractor shall not be entitled to an increase in labor rates due to the minimum wage increase without providing a request for adjustment at a minimum 90 days’ prior to the effective change.” • Can the contractor request a price increase based on CPI Water and Sewer and Trash index on the 2nd contract year and each following year? Or, are no price increases allowed for the initial period of 5 years? Are price increases only allowed in the renewal period years? • The language states contractor must provide CPI Water and Sewer and Trash index data showing there was a percentage increase will the District. If there was a percentage increase will the District approve the price increase request, or is this at the Districts discretion? Page 12 / 21. Termination “OCPS will notify the Contractor of the intent to terminate, in writing, a minimum of thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of termination” • Would the District be willing terminate for cause only (or, alternatively, change it to a mutual termination for convenience)? Page 12 / Terms and Conditions 23. Extension “In addition to any renewal options contained herein, OCPS has the right to extend any award resulting from this RFP for the period of time necessary for OCPS to release, award, and implement a replacement agreement for the commodities and/or contractual services provided in this RFP. Such extension shall be based upon the same prices, terms, and conditions set forth in this RFP.” • The District can extend the contract term in order to implement a replacement vendor by solicitation or otherwise but there is no maximum time for this extension. Can you modify this to show a 30 to 90 days maximum? Page 14 / 34. Indemnification “excepting those acts or omissions arising out of the sole gross negligence or intentional misconduct of OCPS.” • Would the District be willing to remove the words “sole gross”? As it is preferred that OCPS be responsible for its own possible negligent actions. Page 17 / Liquidated Damages “The Contractor agrees to the use of Liquidated Damages in the event the Contractor fails to perform in accordance with the provisions herein. On the occasion where the Contractor has been found to be in default of contract, or any material provision thereof, or fails to remedy any deficiency in performance, OCPS may procure the necessary supplies or services from an alternative source and hold the Contractor financially responsible for any excess costs incurred. The difference between the RFP price of the product or service and the actual price paid may be deducted from any current or future obligations owed to the Contractor.” • Would the District be willing to remove this section, or alternatively, revise it to state that the District can terminate for cause if contractor fails to remedy a deficiency? Page 17 / Force Majeure “Neither party shall be obligated to perform any duty, requirement, or obligation under this RFP if such performance is prevented by fire, hurricane, earthquake, explosion, wars, sabotage, accident, flood, acts of God, strikes, or other labor disputes, riot or civil commotions, or by reason of any other matter or condition beyond the control of either party, and which cannot be overcome by reasonable diligence and without unusual expense (“Force Majeure”).” • Would the District be willing to add “epidemic” and “pandemic” to the Force Majeure provision? Page 14-18 / Terms and Conditions 36. – 44. Data confidentiality Typically, these are provisions for confidentiality of student data. It does not apply as no student data should be thrown into a trash or recycling dumpster. This type of information is confidential and should be processed by a confidential recycling materials vendor. • Can this language be stricken? Page 14-18 / Terms and Conditions 58. – 59. Data Storage / Data Handling Typically, these are provisions prohibiting transferring of District data to a laptop or portable device and seems to require the return of the District’s data or destruction of same at the end of the contract. It does not apply as no electronics (laptops, computers) should be thrown into a recycle or trash dumpster. This type of information is confidential and should be processed by a confidential electronics recycling vendor. • Can this language be stricken? Page 14-18 / Terms and Conditions 51. Favored Nation Clause “Based on similar size and quantity, it is understood that the Contractor is providing OCPS the same or better pricing than other districts and governmental agencies. If during the term of this agreement, OCPS identifies better pricing for the same item, the Contractor agrees to offer the District the reduced price.” • The contract document requires contractor to match a reduced price for "similar size and quantity" obtained by another school district or governmental entity. There is no language regarding whether this is limited to just our own business or any other competitor. Can you please clarify whether the services must be similar, geography, term, etc.? Page 19 / Tab 1 – J. All Required Exhibits “All required Exhibits signed by an authorized representative. “ • Exhibit E is the Contractor’s Experience and Reference Form. Do you want the reference placed in Tab 1 a non-scored tab? If not, which Tab should the reference forms be placed under? Page 20 / Tab 3 – Response to the Statement of Work “F. Contractor shall describe any revenue sharing or rebates it is willing to offer OCPS for recyclable materials. Contractor shall include the market report used for determining the amount of revenue or rebate as priced on Proposal Price Sheet.” • The market report such as Official Board Market is a copyrighted document that the contractor is unable to share. Can the contractor provide an example of a market report? • Can shredded paper be excluded from the recycling stream as this may contain confidential information and should be processed by a confidential shredding document service? “H. Contractor shall identify the size and quantity of all equipment installed at each OCPS location- including dumpsters, locking bars, toters, wheeled mobile containers (tippers) to service compactors, etc. Selected Contractor must label each container with size, collection days and use (Recycling or Garbage). If fees additional fees will be charged for the equipment, these costs must be included on the bid.” • Due to seasonal nature of your service needs the collection days may change throughout the contract. Can the contractor label each container with size and use (recycling or garbage) only and not write the service days on the container? Page 20 / Tab 3 – Response to the Statement of Work “I. Contractor shall identify the fleet of vehicles it operates and those to be assigned to the contract and describe its capability of servicing all the OCPS locations listed on Appendix I, J, and K, respectively. Contractor shall identify the total number of vehicles assigned to this contract which use fuels other than diesel. Selected Contractor must provide Route Schedules to OCPS within three (3) months of award and each month thereafter for the term of the contract. Route Schedules will include the Route Identifier (name or number); all OCPS locations on each route and the time of collection.” • Collections times may vary depending on the time of the year, new customers added to a route, adverse weather conditions, etc. Locations will be serviced within the allowable contracted times. Can the time of collection be removed as a requirement for the Route Schedule? Page 20 / Tab 3 – Response to the Statement of Work “J. Contractor shall identify the material recovery facility, scrap metal facility and/or transfer facility where all recyclable materials, including yard waste collected from OCPS locations will be delivered. To reduce truck traffic and emissions, Contractor shall utilize facilities located in Orange County, Florida. At any time during the term of the contract, if the location changes, it must be reported to OCPS the month following services.” • Is it mandatory for contractor to utilize facilities located in Orange County, Florida? “K. Contractor shall identify the landfill or transfer facility where all solid waste and construction & demolition collected from all OCPS locations will be delivered. To reduce truck traffic and emissions, Contractor shall utilize facilities located in Orange County, Florida. At any time during the term of the contract, if the location changes, it must be reported to OCPS the month following services.” • Is it mandatory for contractor to utilize facilities located in Orange County, Florida? Page 21 / Tab 4 - Proposal Price “E. Contractor shall submit a price per each ton, for source separated cardboard and single-stream recyclables from all roll off containers. Pricing will be established annually based upon an agreed 12 month average commodity price index.” • Recycling Rebate – Roll-Off, Item 24 on the Price Sheet lists Unit of Measure as Haul. Can you change the Unit of Measure to Ton based on “Contractor shall submit a price per each ton”? Page 22 / 1.7 Evaluation Criteria • Can you please explain how each question be weighted? For example, Tab 2 Qualifications and Experience of Personnel has sections A – C (3 items) is each section worth 5 points? (15 points available divided by 3 items = 5 points per item) For example, Tab 3 Response to the Statement of Work has sections A – K (11 items) is each section worth 3.63 points? (40 points available divided by 11 items = 3.63 points per item) Page 26 Insurance Deductibles and SIR “Any required insurance that the Contractor self-insures or carries retentions in excess of Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) shall be pre-approved by OCPS’s Risk Management Department and referenced in an addendum to this Bid.” • This requires District approval of contractor’s SIR/deductibles if greater than $10,000 and same must be pre-approved. What is the timing on this? Price Sheet Questions: 1. Can you please widen the rows for Item 1, 19, & 20 to better view the Description text? 2. Can you please widen Column F Extended Price to allow more space to display the Extended Price? 3. For Item 1, is the Unit Price per Cubic Yard for Solid Waste used to determine extra pick-up charges? For example, if the Unit Price per Cubic Yard is $7.10 X 4yd dumpster = $28.40 per extra pick-up of a 4yd dumpster 4. For Row 7, “Solid Waste Services, Monitored Compactor Containers & Four (4) yard Tippers”, can this be modified to say Solid Waste Services, Monitored & Deodorizer Compactor Containers & Four (4) yard Tippers? To show that all compactors must have a monitoring system and a deodorizer system installed. 5. For Item 4 Tipper (mobile cart) should the Unit of Measure be listed as Monthly to reflect monthly cart rental per cart charges? 6. For Item 5-8, 10-16, should the monthly rental for roll-off containers be incorporated into the Empty & Return Unit Price? Or, will you consider adding separate Item Numbers for monthly rental of 10yd, 20yd, 30yd, 40yd roll-off containers? 7. For Item 9, is the Unit Price per Cubic Yard for Recycling used to determine extra pick-up charges? For example, if the Unit Price per Cubic Yard is $7.10 X 4yd dumpster = $28.40 per extra pick-up of a 4yd dumpster 8. For Item 17 Bulk Collection, the Unit of Measure is Each. Will you consider adding an Item 17A with the following suggested Description: Item 17 Bulk Collection Yard Waste (maximum 8yds per Each), Item 17A Bulk Collection Trash (maximum 8yds per Each) 9. Item 19 Contamination Fees are for Recycling Containers such as 4yd, 6yd and 8yd only. Will you consider adding an Item Number for Contamination Fees per ton for contaminated roll-off containers (Single-Stream, Cardboard, Scrap Metal)? 10. Optional Food Waste Recycling Item 27, 65-gallon toters (price per container), for Unit Price should contractors list the monthly rental for 1 each toter? Is the Estimated Quantity for rental 12 each toter carts per year? 11. At the bottom of the Price Sheet it states, “Disposal Fees shall be the determined by the Facility to which waste is delivered.” Will you please add new Item numbers for the Unit Price per Ton for Disposal (MSW, C&D, Yard Waste, etc.) for roll-offs and compactors? 12. Should the Price Sheet have a Total Bid Price (total Item 1-20) to determine the Total Price (not including rebates and optional pricing (Item 21-28)? 5/19/2020 9:57:08 AM
1. Per Appendix K, there are 19 compactors. However, the pricing sheet conflicts as there are only 12 listed. Will the District please clarify number of total compactors? 2. Will the district please provide the last three months of actual Waste Management invoices? 3. Will the District please advise as to the actual contract start date? 4. Will the District please confirm that all disposal costs associated with roll-off and compactor container hauling is paid by the District? 5. Will the District please confirm that the disposal costs associated with bulk collection is also paid by the District? 6. Will the District please confirm school locations that reside within the Cities of Apopka, Maitland, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Winter Park and the Town of Eatonville are not listed within Appendix I? 7. On Page 20 Tab 3 Section I; it states that the “Contractor shall identify the total number of vehicles assigned to this contract which use fuels other than diesel. Are diesel collection vehicles prohibited from use for this contract? 8. On page 7 regarding “Bulk Pickups”; is the District insisting that a “clamshell” type vehicle be utilized for the collection of bulk waste? Or is the Contractor allowed to utilize other types of collection equipment? 9. On Page 6 item 14. Solid Waste “Container Requirements”. Will the district please clarify container type? Is this for all containers? I.e. roll-offs, compactors and front load containers? If so, just to confirm, the District is asking all containers to be “painted” annually in the month of July? 10. If yes to question #9, will the District allow for the containers to be painted on-site? 11. On Page 4 “Phasing Plan”; will the district please explain the methodology of how the Contractor will be compensated from November 23rd through January 2nd? 12. Are there any franchise fees associated with this contract? 13. Does the current Contactor pay any Cities franchise fees for Schools that reside within City limits of Orange County? If so, can we get a list for said cities along with a breakdown on how the franchise fee is applied? 14. Bulk collection on the pricing sheet indicates “each”. Will the District please clarify “each”? Is the quantity “12” 12 stops or 12 pieces? 15. Will the District please provide Appendix I in excel format along with the associated addresses for each School? 16. Will the District please provide Appendix J and K in excel format? 17. Will the District please provide more detail regarding the make or model of the four, four-yard tippers? 5/14/2020 1:38:22 PM These questions have been answered in uploaded Addendum No. 3 Last 3 months of invoices are uploaded to the documents.The requested appendixes in Excel are uploaded to the documents. 5/19/2020 3:30:06 PM
1. Could you please provide tonnage reports by month, for each waste stream that is tracked (refuse, recycling and bulk/yard waste)? 2. Can the OCPS please provide the recent history of any Liquidated Damages on a monthly and or an annual total? 3. Does the contractor pay any franchise fee? 4. Can the OCPS provide the days of week when each location is currently collected? In addition, is the collection frequency the same through the entire year, or is there a reduction during the holidays, summer months, etc.? 5. Could you please provide clarification on why the November invoice has a credit of $129,656.28? 6. Could provide you please provide the current rates for all services that appears on the Pricing Sheet? 7. In reference to bulk collection, can all this be placed in a centralized location within the school property? 8. Could you please clarify the unit of measure for bulk collection? Currently the Price Sheet shows a quantity of 12, does this quantity represent an estimated 1 bulk pickup per month or is it 1 bulk pickup per location per month? 9. In regards to the current invoices, for each item billed to the OCPS, could you please provide further detail in regards to the number of units (cuyd/month, hauls/month, tons, etc.? 10. Could you please provide the physical address for each collection location? 5/14/2020 3:28:01 PM These questions have been answered in uploaded Addendum No. 3 The answer to Question 4 is Location Collection Days, uploaded to Documents.The answer to # 6 is Current Rate Sheet uploaded into documents. 5/19/2020 3:31:07 PM
1. What is the contract start date? 2. Is the seasonality built into the volumes the school board provided? 3. What is the current haul rate for large containers? 4. What is the haul frequency on the open tops? 5. What are you currently getting for a rebate on single stream and can this be subject to change based on market conditions, up or down? 6. What is the frequency of bulk pick-ups? 7. What is the annual tonnage from bulk pick-ups? 8. What are the locations for bulk pick-ups? 9. Pg. 21 item c. Rebate – Can the rebate go negative? 10. Cell B5 on the pricing sheet is not editable and we cannot see the entire box. Can you edit that so we can see the entire box? 11. Cell B45 on the pricing sheet is not editable and we cannot see the entire box. Can you edit that so we can see the entire box? 12. Unit price on the pricing sheet doesn’t allow you to provide an extended price, can you edit this? 13. Would Orange County Public Schools consider extending the due date for the RFP by at least a week to 10 days? 5/15/2020 1:02:16 PM These questions have been answered in uploaded Addendum No. 3 5/19/2020 3:32:28 PM
Waste Connections of Florida Inc. 1. (Page 8 #16 FOOD WASTE) Does OCPS currently have a Food Waste Program? 2. Since there is no provision for disposal cost on the bid Price sheet can it be presumed that the disposal cost is a pass through cost that the hauler pays and OCPS reimburses hauler? 3. Can we have a list of approved landfill/Transfer facilities? 4. (Page 14 #32 Fingerprinting / Jessica Lunsford Act) Will the Haulers drivers be exempt from this since they will remain in their vehicle or just be in close proximity to the container being serviced and not around students? 5. Is OCPS aware of the Decline in the Commodities market for recycled goods? 6. (Page 21 C. REBATE) Does OCPS Still expect a Rebate on Single Stream Recycling Containers based on current market conditions? 7. (Appendix L Recyclable Material List) Does OCPS know that Glass: Clear, Green and Brown Bottles and Jars are not currently being recycled in the State of Florida. 8. Do all Compactors have to be New including Incumbent hauler? 5/15/2020 1:08:33 PM These questions have been answered in uploaded Addendum No. 3 5/19/2020 3:34:22 PM


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