Hartsfield-Jackson International is attempting to find a contractor to build a composting and recycling facility on the south side of the airport’s property. It’s the facility’s fourth attempt at such an effort, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
According to the newspaper:
The airport has been working on the project since 2012. It canceled its first contracting process to clarify documents, and its second solicitation yielded no proposals.
During the third attempt, three firms — Randolph & Company Inc., Sun State Organics and Green Energy & Development — earlier this year submitted proposals for the project. But the firms incorrectly completed immigration compliance forms, according to officials.