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File #: 15-14282    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/23/2020 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 10/26/2020 Final action:
Title: Contaminated Soil Disposal Services
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Contaminated Soil Disposal Services




A.                     Approve unit price contracts with the following companies for contaminated soil disposal services for an initial term of three years:

-                     Chambers Development of North Carolina, Inc. d/b/a Anson Landfill;

-                     Republic Services Inc.; and


B.                     Authorize the City Manager to renew the contracts for up to two, one-year terms with possible price adjustments and to amend the contracts consistent with the purpose for which the contracts were approved.


Staff Resource(s):

Phil Reiger, General Services

David Wolfe, General Services

Doug Pierotti, General Services




§                     Contaminated soils are often encountered during construction of capital investment plan projects including transportation, storm water, and building projects.

§                     Soils can be contaminated with petroleum compounds, metals, and other non-hazardous compounds requiring disposal to a state- or federally-approved facility/landfill.

§                     On July 15, 2020, the city issued a Request for Proposals (RFP); three responses were received.

§                     The companies selected best meet the city’s needs in terms of qualifications, experience, cost, and responsiveness to RFP requirements.

§                     Total annual expenditures are estimated to be $300,000.


Charlotte Business INClusion

Per Charlotte Business INClusion Policy: Part C: Section 2.1(a) The city shall not establish Subcontracting Goals for Contracts where (a) there are no subcontracting opportunities identified for the Contract, or (b) there are no MWBEs or SBEs certified to perform the scopes of work that the city regards as realistic opportunities for subcontracting.


This contract meets the provision of (a) - No subcontracting opportunities.


Fiscal Note

Funding:  General Capital Investment Plan