Requests for proposals are on their way to two trash and recycling companies. Eagle Waste and Pro Disposal made the cut to bid on optional …
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Requests for proposals are on their way to two trash and
Eagle Waste and Pro Disposal made the cut to bid on optional
consolidated trash service.
Draft RFPs were submitted from the two Highlands Ranch companies
as well as Waste Management. Only Pro Disposal and Eagle were able
to accommodate the Highlands Ranch Community Association’s opt in
Each are offering a three-year contract with renewal options.
Prices differ, with Eagle offering $21.60 to $11.35 per month,
depending on the number of days and houses served. Pro Disposal
offered a range of $13.19 down to $11.33, based on number of days
trucks can pick up community-wide, but without a stipulation of the
number of houses taking part.
“Other fees could be charged,” said Paul Meyers, HRCA board
director who has been working on a trash consolidation proposal for
a few years. “Say you have a sofa, this isn’t Boulder, so that sofa
has to go away.”
Both companies offered free service for community events run by
HRCA staff expect full proposals from both companies.
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