LIST OF ACRONYMSAWPAnnual Work PlanBAPEDALDA Provincial Environmental DepartmentBBRLBlang Bintang Regional LandfillBLUD Badan Layanan Umum DaerahBRRBadan Rehabilitasi dan RekonstruksiCCConstruction ContractorCERCertified Emissions ReductionCDMClean Development MechanismCfWCash for WorkCSCConstruction Supervision ConsultantDEDDetailed Engineering DesignDispenda Dinas Pendapatan, Kebersihan dan PertamananDKPDinas Kebersihan dan PertamananDKPLH Dinas Kebersihan, Penertiban dan Lingkungan HidupDPRD Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah (Provincial Parliament)DPUDepartment of Public WorksERTREmergency Response & Transitional Recovery ProgrammeGJTSGampong Jawa Transfer StationIREPInfrastructure Reconstruction Enabling ProgrammeIRFFInfrastructure Reconstruction Financing FacilityKBAKota Banda AcehKIMPRASWIL Dinas Permukiman dan Prasarana WilayahKKPKantor Kebersihan, Pertamanan dan Pemadam KebakaranKPIKey Performance IndicatorLoALetter of AgreementMDFMulti Donor Fund for Aceh & NiasMSWMunicipal Solid WasteNGONon-Governmental OrganisationOCHA UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian AffairsPAD I TRWMP 2005 - 7 Prodoc/ Project Appraisal Document, September 2005PAD II TRWMP 2007 - 9 Project Appraisal Document, May 2007PCN II TRWMP 2007 - 9 Project Concept Note, February 2007PDOProgramme Development ObjectiveRCVRefuse Collection VehicleRFPRequest for ProposalsTBSLTeluk Belukar Sanitary LandfillToRTerms of ReferenceTRWMP Tsunami Recovery Waste Management ProgrammeUNDAC United Nations Disaster Assessment CommitteeUNDP United Nations Development ProgrammeUNEP United Nations Environment ProgrammeUNICEF United Nations Children’s FundWHOWorld Health Organisation26

1. INTRODUCTIONThe UNDP Tsunami Recovery Waste Management Programme (TRWMP) is tendering up tofive contracts for construction services for various TRWMP supported solid wastemanagement engineered landfill facilities in Aceh Province, and Nias Island, NorthSumatra Province, which are summarised as follows:• Construction of up to four district landfills in Aceh from the following list of eightshortlisted sites:o Sabang island - Lok Batee (LB);o Pidie - Cot Padang Lila, km23 (CPL);o Lhokseumawe/Aceh Utara - Alue Alim 1 & 2 (AA); ando Bireuen – Cot Bukeet (CB)o Aceh Jaya - Lhok Bot, Calang;o Aceh Barat- Pasie Aceh;o Nagan Raya- Alue Le; ando Simeulue Island - Suak Buluh.• Construction of one district landfill in Gunung Sitoli, Nias.This TOR details the services required and the scope of works, in order to allowprospective bidders to prequalify for the future tender for works. The document isorganised as follows:• Section 2 provides background information on the TRWMP and prior works completedfor the waste management facilities listed above.• Section 3 details the scope of works required from the Construction Contractor.2. BACKGROUND2.1 UNDP’S TSUNAMI WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (TRWMP)The Tsunami Recovery Waste Management Programme (TRWMP) was conceived to provide acoordinated, pragmatic response to the public health and environmental concerns associatedwith both tsunami/earthquake debris and municipal solid waste (MSW) management duringthe rehabilitation and recovery of Aceh and Nias following the 2004 earthquake and tsunami.The short term aims of debris clearance and creating immediate temporary employment havelargely been completed and are now superseded by the longer term goals of buildingcapacity in government and developing sustainable waste management systems that willbenefit the environment through the collection, recovery, recycling and/or safe disposal ofMSW whilst incorporating cost recovery through the promotion of waste managementrelatedlivelihoods. This shift in focus is reflected, in the PADII and PADII.2 (Available uponrequest) documents, through the revised Programme Development Objective (PDO):‘To improve and sustain the environment of Aceh and Nias through; (a) strengthening thecapacity of local government to conduct effective efficient collection, recovery and disposalof municipal and tsunami waste; (b) rehabilitation of critical waste managementinfrastructure; and (c) supporting local enterprises in the creation of livelihoodsopportunities in recovery, processing and recycling of waste, and clearance andrehabilitation of tsunami impacted agricultural land.’27

The TRWMP commenced operation in March 2005 and is being executed by the UnitedNations Development Programme (UNDP) through the Aceh Emergency Response andTransitional Recovery (ERTR) Programme in partnership with the Rehabilitation andReconstruction Agency (Badan Rehabilitasi dan Rekonstruksi - BRR) and is currently beingimplemented through partnership with local government sanitation departments in thirteendistricts including Kota Banda Aceh, Aceh Barat, Nagan Raya, Pidie, Aceh Jaya, Aceh Besar, Niasand Nias Selatan, Lhokseumawe, Aceh Utara, Bireuen, Sabang, and Simeulue.ObjectivesIn September 2010 the MDF approved an extension to the TRWMP for Phase III which willextend the Programme up to June 2012. The TRWMP extension has been designed to achievethe following objectives in line with the revised PDO given above:1) To provide government with financial and technical support to continue to build capacity,clear residual tsunami waste in rural areas, complete the development of sustainablemunicipal waste management systems and expand the geographic coverage to otherdistricts in Aceh.2) To promote waste management livelihoods so that the economic benefits from recyclingare derived in NAD-Nias and minimise the waste volume going to landfills.3) The detailed evaluation, design and construction supervision of permanent districtlandfills, including a regional sanitary landfill facility for KBA/ Aceh Besar, with BRR toprovide funds for construction.4) Effective and efficient management, monitoring and oversight of the overall programmeon behalf of the MDF donor partners.This Prequalification concerns part of Component 3 above covering the construction of fourdistrict landfills in Aceh, and one landfill in Nias.2.2 STRATEGY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF PERMANENT DISPOSAL FACILITIESPrior to the tsunami, disposal of MSW was simply down a hillside, into rivers or the sea or, atbest, in open dumpsites, often located in close proximity to residential areas or the coast, withlittle or no environmental controls, presenting hazards to both public health and theenvironment. Some sites were also directly impacted by the tsunami (e.g. Gampong Jawa inKBA, and Sigli). The Master Plan for the rehabilitation of Aceh recognized that coastal sitesshould be relocated and environmental controls improved. In the 2-3 years before newsanitary landfills could be constructed there was an urgent need to provide interim facilities toaccept MSW and residual tsunami-derived wastes in a manner that would not significantlyimpact the environment. The project included a 2 stage rehabilitation of Gampong Jawadumpsite in Banda Aceh, with an interim landfill expansion suitable to provide storagecapacity until the new regional landfill at Blang Bintang was completed. An additional 10emergency/ temporary engineered landfills have been constructed. These facilities havelimited lifespans (6 months to 2 years) and new permanent facilities are required if a return tothe former unsanitary practices is to be prevented. The need for new, permanent, sanitarylandfill facilities is also reinforced by the new GoI Waste Management Law uu18, 2008, whichspecifies that all open dumps should have a plan for closure or upgrade to sanitary landfillstatus within one year, and this plan must be executed within five years. Whilst governmentpartners have received on the job training in landfill construction and operation, they remain28

dependent on TRWMP support in many districts and more training is required prior to TRWMPexit.Where long term feasibility and sustainability can be justified, the programme aims to providelong term solutions to waste recycling through the livelihoods programme and waste disposalvia permanent (15+ yrs) district or regional landfills, well designed to minimise operationalcosts and environmental impact.The intent is for UNDP to use its comparative advantage in all the districts in which it operatesto supervise the feasibility and design of permanent facilities in all districts. Whilst chargingfor waste collection may be required to subsidise operation of larger facilities, the smaller sitesare expected to be operated without fees provided the district governments can secure theirbudget entitlement. The feasibility of the use of the clean development mechanism (CDM) togenerate Certified Emissions Reductions (CERs) or carbon credits to subsidise operation is alsoto be considered.The TRWMP exit strategy can be considered complete once government partners cansustainably operate the adopted waste management systems without TRWMP support(estimated 6 months from start of operation of new landfills), have all facilities and equipmentrequired, and have secured sufficient budget from the district/provincial government tooperate and maintain the system.2.3 LOCATIONS OF TRWMP ACTIVITIESThe Tsunami Recovery Waste Management Programme covers thirteen districts, selected onthe basis that they were most heavily impacted by the tsunami/ earthquakes; Kota Banda Aceh(KBA), Aceh Barat, Nagan Raya, Pidie, Aceh Jaya, Aceh Besar, Bireuen, Lhokseumawe, Aceh Utara,Sabang, Simeulue, Nias & Nias Selantan. Letters of Agreement (LoAs) with the districtgovernments provide for technical support from UNDP and funds for administrative staff,temporary workers and operating equipment/ supplies. (See Figure 1. Below)29

Figure 1. - Tsunami Recovery Waste Management Programme Districts30 MAY 201130

2.4 BACKGROUND TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF DISTRICT LANDFILLSBackground information and studiesAs part of the TRWMP programme for permanent sanitary landfill developments across the thirteenprogramme districts, TRWMP commissioned Meinhardt (2008-9) to conduct evaluation, site search, prefeasibilitystudies and concept designs for 12 sites.The studies outline the district waste management strategies for the next 15 years, and providesconceptual designs for the new sanitary landfills including preliminary drawings. These documents areto form a starting point for the consultant in developing landfill options and detailed engineeringdesigns, however, assumptions or standards based on these studies alone without further study orverification will not absolve the design consultant of responsibility for design decisions.Details of the information available from this work is given in Table 1.0. TRWMP sought funding fromthe MDF to complete the design and construction of sanitary landfills across all districts, whererequired. However due to funding constraints the number of landfills moving forward to the next stepof Detailed Engineering Design has been reduced to ten (including Blang Bintang and Nias), See Table2.0. TRWMP will seek counterpart government funding to complement the available MDF funding,ensuring government buy-in and enabling as many of the shortlisted ten sites to be constructed aspossible. TRWMP consultants are completing Detailed Engineering Designs (DEDs), including technicalspecifications, and bill of quantities (BOQs), sufficient to go to tender for construction for the remainingeight district sites on the shortlist. These consultancy contracts also include construction supervisionfor five of the landfills (Nias Island, Teluk Belukar (TB), Sabang Island - Lok Batee (LB); Pidie - Cot PadangLila, km23 (CPL); Lhokseumawe/Aceh Utara - Alue Alim 1 & 2 (AA); Bireuen – Cot Bukeet (CB)) wheregovernment counterpart funding has already been obtained.TRWMP has had a longstanding working relationship with the district government sanitationdepartments (Dinas Kebersihans), formalized through Letters of Agreement (LOAs). Post disaster,TRWMP provided assistance to Dinas’ with clearing tsunami and earthquake waste, and restarting solidwaste management services by providing O&M assistance and constructing interim engineeredlandfills. TRWMP is now providing long term training and capacity building assistance and,infrastructure support through the construction of long term sanitary landfills in selected districts. Thedistrict Dinas staff have been involved in every stage of the site search and planning process for thenew sanitary landfills. They will also be involved, as the client and ultimate beneficiary, in the decisionmaking process for the detailed engineering designs and construction supervision. District staff will beexpected to form a ‘shadow construction supervision team’ (the Shadow team). The Shadow team willconsist of Dinas staff members selected for their technical qualifications and experience, and directfuture involvement in the landfill operation and extension. The Shadow team will work alongside theConstruction Supervision Consultant (CSC) team, leaning from them the important aspects ofsupervision, quality assurance, construction methodologies and operation and maintenance. TheShadow team will have the authority to jointly sign off works with the guidance of the CSC team, butwill not have the right to stop or amend the works, or in any way direct the construction contractor.31

3. SCOPE OF WORKS3.1 OBJECTIVES AND SCOPEThe objective of this prequalification is to identify and shortlist construction contractors of a suitablesize, qualification and experience, to be invited to tender for the construction works for a minimum ofone and a maximum of five district landfills in Aceh and Nias.The contractor will be expected to cover all costs associated with the preparation of theirprequalification submission and, if shortlisted, their future construction contract tender submission(s).Landfills will be tendered in two packets as follows:• Construction of up to four district landfills in Aceh from the following list of eight shortlisted sites:o Sabang island - Lok Batee (LB);o Pidie - Cot Padang Lila, km23 (CPL);o Lhokseumawe/Aceh Utara - Alue Alim 1 & 2 (AA); ando Bireuen – Cot Bukeet (CB)o Aceh Jaya - Lhok Bot, Calang;o Aceh Barat- Pasie Aceh;o Nagan Raya- Alue Le; ando Simeulue Island - Suak Buluh.• Construction of one district landfill in Teluk Belukar, Gunung Sitoli, Nias.Contractors may bid for a minimum of one landfill and a maximum of four landfills under packet one.Nias landfill will be tendered separately.3.2 CONSTRUCTION WORKSThe works can be broken down by the following main components:1. Civil works, construction of landfill cellsConstruction of landfill cells in accordance with specifications and detailed designs (to be providedduring the tender period and at the time of contract) example specifications and concept designsare provided in Attachments I and II. Landfill cells will comprise compacted earth bunds withimpermeable liner systems comprising compacted clay liners, or geomembranes, or geosyntheticclay liners. The landfill cells will incorporate leachate collection systems comprising gravel andgeotextile filter layers and pipe collection and transfer systems.2. Civil works, construction of leachate treatment systemsConstruction of leachate treatment systems, which may consist of passive treatment ponds, andmay also utilise reed bed filter ponds for final polishing. Detailed designs will be provided duringthe tender period and at the time of contract. Example specifications and concept designs areprovided in Attachments I and II.32

3. Civil works, construction of buildings, access roads & associate infrastructure for landfillsContracts may include construction of landfill management buildings, training centres, equipmentworkshops, transfer/sorting stations, hazardous waste stores, composting facilities, site fencing andguard house, internal site roads and site drainage. Specifications and designs for these componentswill be provided during the tender period and at the time of contract. Example specifications andconcept designs are provided in Attachments I and II.4. Mechanical & Electrical worksElectrical supply to the site, from the nearest available PLN point, will be included in the contract.When there is no PLN supply, alternative generator systems may be included. Electrical supply to allbuildings and ancillary infrastructure, where provided, will also form part of the contract.Specifications and designs for these components will be provided during the tender period and atthe time of contract.3.3 CONSTRUCTION SERVICESThe Selected firm will be responsible for construction services for a minimum of one and maximum offour district landfills, dependent on submission and award of contract. Construction of each landfill isestimated to take thirteen weeks. Construction for the four Aceh district landfills will run in parallel. Theconstruction programme is targeted to be completed before the end of December 2011.Unless otherwise specified, contractors are expected to provide all equipment, materials, and labournecessary to complete the works. Construction services will include, but not be limited to, thefollowing:1. Mobilize the labour and materials required for the implementation of the works, when such actionis approved by UNDP;2. Provision of site office facilities, including electricity and water supply, for the Contractors staff andthe Construction supervision consultants staff;3. Provide site security for all equipment, personnel, and materials for the duration of the contractperiod;4. Achieve compliance in the implementation of the works as against the approved design directions,cost estimates and programme of works & goods/material delivery schedule, to assure quality andtimely completion of the works;5. To provide verification of construction and materials quality through an approved testingprogramme, including collection and onsite and laboratory testing of samples, to be independentlyverified by the construction supervision consultant;6. To produce the “as built” drawings of the works to be prepared and submitted to the constructionsupervision consultant for verification;7. Coordination and support of the Dinas ‘Shadow’ Construction Supervision team(s) to includeinstruction of the team in the process of construction works;33

8. Final project review and joint handover and commissioning with TRWMP;9. Defects liability on call basis during defect liability period of 12 months after formal hand over thefacilities; and10. To undertake all other services as may be reasonably required by the UNDP TRWMP in meeting theobjectives of the TOR, to include any follow-up actions & inputs that may be required of thecontractor and its Staff, servants or agents in resolving any key issues which the ToR seeks toaddress.34

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