Lafayette Parish Awards Contract Extension Worth $73.5M

Waste360 Staff, Staff

April 7, 2016

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Lafayette Parish Awards Contract Extension Worth $73.5M

A Louisiana parish extended an existing contract for five years and added $1.1 million annually for recycling. has the details:

BFI/Allied Waste/Republic Services, which currently collects solid waste in the city of Lafayette and unincorporated parts of the parish, was awarded the city of Lafayette curbside residential recycling contract in exchange for a five-year extension of its existing garbage contract with Lafayette Consolidated Government.

The five-year extension of the solid waste contract is worth $73.5 million. The solid waste contract will now expire Oct. 31, 2023.

BFI/Allied Waste/Republic Services has had the LCG solid waste contract since 1999, when the late Walter Comeaux was city-parish president, LCG Environmental Quality Manager Mark Pope said.

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