Case Studies in Private Sector Participation: Solid Waste Management

Two case studies discuss the impacts of public–private partnership contracts in the solid waste management services. The case study in Papua New Guinea draws on the National Capital District Commission (NCDC)'s experience with contracting rubbish collection to the private sector, and underscores the importance of robust and transparent procedures for tendering and contracting. In the case study in Fiji, green waste collection in Suva has been outsourced for over 25& years, but household waste collection has never been outsourced.

Toolkit: South Africa’s Good Waste Management Practises – Lessons Learned

The intention is to facilitate information sharing and learning between municipalities. An assessment of a random sample of some of the best-performing municipalities in the country including why they do so well, would give an indication of the direction that waste management services should take towards improved service delivery. The success of some of these municipalities may be duplicated in other municipalities.

West Bank and Gaza: Solid Waste Management

Over the last decades, West Bank and Gaza have suffered due to political and economic instabilit, resulting in years of inadequate infrastructure investment and poor provision of public services to the people of Palestine. The provision of standard municipal public services, especially solid waste management, was of particular concern. In response, the World Bank Group provided an integrated solution to the client, the Joint Services Coun- cil for Hebron and Bethlehem (JSC-H&B), leading to the successful conclusion of the first public-private partnership (PPP) in the West Bank.

APP de Proyectos Municipales de Residuos Sólidos

Recientemente, se ha visto una tendencia en países en desarrollo de la participación del sector privado en el sector de los residuos sólidos urbanos, en parte impulsada por estándares más estrictos del medio ambiente y el reconocimiento de que el sector privado puede desempeñar un papel importante en la mejora de los problemas ambientales y de higiene en la recolección de desechos sólidos y su eliminación. Estas tendencias se deben en parte a los siguientes factores:

The Municipal Public-Private Partnership Framework - Module 7: Procurement Process

This module provides more detailed, practical guidance on how municipalities, their PPP project managers, and their transaction advisers should oversee, review, and manage the tendering and procurement phase of municipal PPPs, including recommendations for addressing the more common real-world challenges and issues when implementing PPP procurement.