In May 2009, the South London Waste Partnership embarked on a major procurement process to secure a contract for residual waste treatment. This was the largest procurement project any of the partner boroughs have ever undertaken with a contract value running into hundreds of millions of pounds over the 25-year term of the contract.
The procurement process came to a conclusion on Monday 5 November 2012 when the London Borough of Croydon, on behalf of the partnership, signed a contract with Viridor. In the interests of transparency and public accountability, the contract is available to members of the public to view. Only information that is of a commercially sensitive nature has been blacked out.
You can view the contract below.