Occasionally CalRecycle recognizes the need to contract out for services that cannot be provided by staff. Once these needs have been identified and approved, staff will prepare and solicit a request for a contractor(s) to provide these services. This is often done through the competitive process under one of three types of advertisements; the invitation for bid (IFB), request for proposal (RFP), or request for qualifications (RFQ).
Disaster Debris Recovery, Hazard Tree Removal, and Related Services
Subscribe to CalRecycle’s Emergency Debris Recovery Contracts Listserv if you would like to be notified when emergencies require post-incident contractor assistance. Common needs include:
- Debris or tree removal and disposal services
- Debris assessments, monitoring, and environmental consulting services.
The Department of General Services Procurement Division (DGS-PD) is assisting CalRecycle with our recovery efforts by establishing Master Service Agreements (MSA) for Assessment and Monitoring (A&M) Services for Disaster Debris and Hazard Tree Removal. For more information about the Request for Proposal (RFP) and how you can participate, please visit CaleProcure and review the event package here.
For more information about our recovery efforts visit the Disaster Recovery Home Page.
If you download CalRecycle contract documents and want to be informed of updates, you must get on the e-mail list for that particular contract. To do so, complete the online form located on that contract's details page.