- In Belgium
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- Indaver Group
Indaver strives towards a close partnership with all of its customers. We offer government bodies a broad range of Public Waste Partnerships. Indaver acts as a stable and flexible partner in each of these forms of cooperation.
Government bodies can decide which tasks they outsource to Indaver with complete freedom. For example, they can choose to outsource treatment alone and organise transport themselves. Or they can opt to entrust full operation of a specific processing unit to Indaver.
Thanks to this flexibility, government bodies can select the form of cooperation that offers the best guarantees for their organisation and residents from both the environmental and the financial perspective.
Indaver can conclude a contract with a public authority on the basis of a tender or request for a bid. Among other items, this may be for processing selectively collected waste flows such as PMD, paper-cardboard, biodegradable waste and residual waste, but equally for management or operation assignments. We always carry out the assignment awarded to us with the greatest care, taking due account of our customer’s autonomy. We always look for the best possible solution and where necessary make suggestions for optimisations. In this way, we create genuine added value for government bodies.
Indaver offers government bodies access to its processing infrastructure via various formulas. In this way, they can harness the benefits of scale of a large plant without incurring the full investment cost themselves. This approach also ensures that plants are operated in an ecologically and financially responsible manner.
By acquiring rights of use in our plants, government bodies hold a so-called input right, an intangible asset that ensures the environmentally-friendly and economic processing of their residual waste over a long period.
Government bodies can have a portion of their activities carried out by Indaver for a set period via a concession agreement. For example, such an arrangement might relate to the operation of sorting centres, landfills, composting plants, etc.
Government bodies can opt to set up a mixed structure together with Indaver, within the scope of legal requirements, in order to carry out their tasks.