REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Landfill Gas-to-Energy Development Project for the Region 2000 Regional Landfill - Livestock Road Facility

Issue Date: November 04, 2019

Proposal Due Date/Time: December 19, 2019, 4:00 pm EST

Complete RFP documents can be found HERE

Other Related documents:

Landfill Gas-to-Energy Development Project - Region 2000 - Pre-Proposal Conference Presentation

LFG Collection and Control System - Region 2000 Livestock Road Facility - Phase III and Phase IV Existing

Addendum 1: Joint and Cooperative Procurement

Addendum 2: Response to Questions (as of 12/6/2019)

RFP Objective:

The objective of this RFP is to solicit proposals for the development of a project for Landfill Gas-to-Energy at the Region 2000 Regional Landfill - Livestock Road Landfill (LRF). The Region 2000Services Authority (Authority) as the owner and operator of the LRF intends to enter into anagreement with the successful respondent, herein referred to as “the Company” including thefollowing general provisions:

  • Conveying the landfill gas, associated environmental attributes, and tax credits to theCompany for an initial term of 20 years, including:
    • The landfill gas (LFG) produced, collected by the Authority-owned LFG collectionsystem, and made available;
    • The environmental attributes including greenhouse gas credits associated withdestruction of the methane, any environmental attributes associated with thegeneration of electricity (Renewable Energy Credits and/or greenhouse gas creditsfor offsetting other forms of electrical generation), any Renewable IdentificationNumber (RIN) assigned to a batch of biofuel for the purpose of tracking itsproduction, use, and trading as required by the United States EnvironmentalProtection Agency's Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), and any other environmentalattributes existing or yet to be conceived; and,
    • Applicable tax credits and tax incentives associated with LFGE and Greenhouse GasEmissions Reduction projects.
  • The Authority expects to be compensated for: 1) conveying the LFG to the Company at adetermined point of delivery, 2) environmental attributes, and 3) the beneficial use of thelandfill gas. The Authority desires to receive such compensation expressed in unit prices andannual payments as stipulated on the Landfill Gas Payments Form.

Proposals that present technically and financially -feasible alternatives to the approach and specificscontained in this RFP will be accepted and considered. Several circumstances that Proposers should make note of when considering development of a LFGE Project at LRF are as follows:

  • The Authority intends to operate the existing and future LFG collection system in a mannerthat prioritizes odor mitigation and will continue to establish operational practices andprotocols that minimize the potential for fugitive LFG emissions that may contribute topotential odors at the LRF and within surrounding communities;
  • The Authority will be responsible for the permitting, design, construction, operation, andfinancing of the LFG collection and control system and intends to operate the existing andfuture LFG collection system in a manner that prioritizes compliance with applicableregulations; and,
  • The Authority does not exert control of the composition or quantities of waste that aredelivered to the LRF and, thus, cannot warranty or guarantee the quantity or quality of theLFG recovered at LRF.

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building-3-64x64 Address: 361 Livestock Road
                      Rustburg, VA 24588

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  • Phone: (434) 455 - 6086

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