The Marketplace

A portal allowing our clients and various vendors from across the nation to interact and conduct business. The Marketplace allows subscribers to list various projects to be matched with the appropriate service providers. Projects can be listed as RFPs/RFQs, bids, or auctions. Negotiations are conducted in a back and forth manner online. A contract with terms and conditions, pricing, and all pertinent information can be filtered into an agreement from the negotiated bid terms.

Assistance with setting up projects as well as bids/RFPs/RFQs, is an included service of the Enviro 21 team. Our Project Administrators and Administrative Consultants are experts in the waste industry, and their goal is to provide a total service experience that allows the online processes to run seamlessly.

The Agreement

To use Enviro 21’s Reverse Auction Marketplace, prospective clients must first read and sign our Agreement and pay our modest subscription fee of $295. This yearly fee entitles subscribers to an unlimited amount of reverse auctions or bids in a given year, and includes the following services:

– Subscriber requirements review;

– Reverse auction set-up and input assistance;

– Solicitation of potential bidders;

– Vetting of potential bidders;

– Administration of reverse auction;

– Reverse auction award services;

– Basic advisement on procurement process, contract composition, etc. 

Visit our Contact Us page and fill out the required information in order to subscribe and to receive a copy of our Agreement.

The Directory

Offers an ever-expanding list of various service providers from across the nation. Listings are organized by geographic location or industry category. Pertinent information such as permits, locations, and NOVs will be designated. Category examples include paving contractors, landfills, haulers, roll-offs, recycling options, environmental/engineering companies, attorneys, insurance companies, realtors, finance companies, and more.

The Regulatory Update

A weekly update of nationwide changes and pertinent information to federal, state, and local regulatory issues.

The Blog

A comment page on happenings in the environmental and waste industry as developed by staff conducting nationwide research into issues of the day. This service, along with our newsletter containing various auction specifics, will begin in June of 2019.

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