Organisation of collection
Assistance to the owner over a four-year period to roll out incentive charging. Contracting procedures for collection in the outskirts, containerisation, and the procurement of trucks and identification, dynamic weighing and geo-location equipment. Dimensional design of the Collection Information System. Organisation of collections in the outskirts where the service its newly outsourced.Google map
Client: CA du Grand Besançon
Assistance with the selection of a household waste management method. Technical, financial and legal audit.Google map
Study of scenarios with the various management methods.
Evaluation of a transfer to public management.
Client: CC du Briançonnais
Assistance to the Owner over a 3-year period in regard to the reorganisation of household waste collection: feasibility study of setting up a special fee; contracts for waste disposal equipment (wheeled bins, underground containers), the supply of container covers and the purchase of mobile equipment; feasibility studies of setting up underground containers and centralised collection points; evaluation of human and material resources required with the reorganised collection methods.Google map
Client: CA Metz Métropole
Study of the possibilities for contracting out to a specialist operator the design, implementation and temporary operation of a pneumatic household waste collection system in the Batignolles mixed development zone.Google map
Client: Paris city council
The Argentan regional SITCOM provides services to 99 communes, with a population of 42,657. It is responsible for the prevention, collection, recovery and treatment of household and assimilated waste. The objectives of the assignment were the following: study to reorganise collection routes in the area, asses- sment of investment and operational costs of the new organisation, drawing up of an implementation schedule for the transition from the current organisation to the new one over a 4 year period.Google map
Client: SITCOM Région d’Argentan
The Lannion-Trégor area consists of 20 communes with a population of 31,000, and is responsible for the prevention and collection of assimilated household waste. Our assignment consisted of three separate aims and stages:assessment and characterisation of the current situation, study to optimise the system and compare different potential scenarios, definition of a new system of organisation and financial impacts of the chosen scenario, and designs for collection routes. Client: Lannion-Trégor urban district councilGoogle map
Assistance with waste management contract award (pre-collection, collection and sorting centre management) – 250,000 inhab.Google map
Client: CA du Grand Dijon
Waste management optimisation study: review, assessment and evaluation of possibilities for optimisation. 46 communes representing 110,000 inhabitants in semi-rural, rural and tourist areas. Study using the “E-Coûts” software.Google map
Client: SICTOM de Pezenas
La Plaine de l’Ain (01)
Study to optimise waste management:Google map
– assessment and characterisation of the current waste management system,
– study to reorganise collection routes,
– preliminary study for the implementation of an incentive charging system.
Client : Plaine de l’Ain district council
Study to optimise household waste collection in the CAPC catchment area (Communauté d’agglomération du Pays Châtelleraudais) including a preliminary assessment stage with GPS monitoring.Google map
12 communes with a total population of 55,000.
– Dimensional design of a transfer platform,
– Reorganisation of collection routes.
Client: Pays Châtelleraudais urban district council
Assistance with the award of waste management contracts (pre-collection, collection and sorting centre management) – population 250,000.Google map
Client: Grand Dijon urban district council