This page is provided to assist Local Public Agencies become aware of equipment and personal property purcahsing opportunities in the Idaho Solid Waste Industry.
Idaho Code 67-2803(1) allows for acquisition of personal property when the procurement duplicates the price and substance of a contract for like goods or services that has been competitively bid by the state of Idaho, one (1) of its political subdivisions, or an agency of the federal government. This "piggyback" procedure allows public entities in Idaho to complete purchases using bids obtained by other local public agencies provided the original pricing, terms, and condtions are honored by the successful bidder.
Members, Agencies, and Vendors who are aware of equipment and personal property purchasing opportunities are encouraged to provide the details of the opportuity in the comment section below. However, ISWA reserves the right to review and approve the posting prior to allowing it to appear on the website.
Upcoming training in Bozeman Montana, October 10-11, 2017. More information can be found in the document link below.
This negotiated rulemaking has been vacated. The meeting set for June 22, 2017 has been cancelled.
On May 23, 2017, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a 90 day administrative stay for the August 2016 New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Emissions Guidelines (EG) for municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills. The 90 day stay began upon publication of EPA’s May 31, 2017 notice in the Federal Register. During the stay, EPA will reconsider certain aspects of the NSPS and EG for existing MSW landfills. As part of the reconsideration process, EPA expects to prepare a proposed rule, which will allow for public comment. Additional information on the stay and reconsideration is available at https://www.epa.gov/stationary-sources-air-pollution/municipal-solid-waste-landfills-new-source-performance-standards.
Based on the stay and the likelihood of updated requirements, DEQ is vacating the current rulemaking effort. This is consistent with the public comments received on the negotiated rule draft. A common theme in the comments received was that DEQ should delay the rulemaking and allow EPA time to address inconsistencies in the rules promulgated in August 2016. After EPA completes its reconsideration, DEQ will assess resuming rulemaking for MSW landfills.