REMONDIS Sp. Z.o.o. has been in charge of household waste in the municipality of Marki, located in eastern Poland near the capital city of Warsaw, since the beginning of 2017. The approximately 30,000 inhabitants of the city are looking towards the next three years with optimism in this regard: waste fees are to remain stable.
REMONDIS Managing Director Gerard Sobota signed the new agreement together with Zbigniew Zalas, the Deputy Mayor of the Municipality of Marki, setting out the collection and recycling of household waste for the years 2017 to 2019 as far back as 2 September 2016.
Thanks to what has now become a major network of around 50 sites in Poland and long years of experience with the collection of household waste, REMONDIS Sp. Z.o.o. was able to offer the Municipality of Marki the most inexpensive services. Both those persons in charge in the Municipality as well as the city inhabitants are particularly pleased that waste management fees will not rise in the coming years, stressed Zbigniew Zalas upon the signing of the agreement.
“I am very satisfied with the start-up of the waste management services in Marki. We have invested both in new equipment as well as in the expansion of manpower at the company here in Poland.”
Gerard Sobota, REMONDIS Operations Manager in Warsaw
Already months before this, REMONDIS was very well-prepared to begin rendering the services in January. Thus, modern collection vehicles have been driving through the streets of Marki for the first time since the beginning of the year. “I am very satisfied with the start-up of the waste management services in Marki. We have invested both in new equipment as well as in the expansion of manpower at the company here in Poland,” emphasises Gerard Sobota, REMONDIS operations manager in Warsaw. A total of 10 jobs have been created through winning the tender in Marki.
Stable fees until 2019 – all those living in Marki are happy REMONDIS is their service provider
REMONDIS Sp. Z.o.o. has not only assumed the task of waste management in all sectors in Marki since January – since then it has also been operating the collection point for separated household waste in central Marki.
Gerard Sobota (above left), REMONDIS Managing Director in Warsaw, and Zbigniew Zalas (above right), Deputy Mayor of the city of Marki, at the joint signing of the agreement