Town of Barrington: Advertisment to bid - Refuse Bags

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TOWN OF BARRINGTON, RHODE ISLAND ADVERTISEMENT TO BID

Sealed competitive bids will be received by the Department of Public Works, 84 Upland Way Barrington, Rhode Island 02806 for "REFUSE BAGS" until 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 at which time and place they will be publicly opened and read. The Town of Barrington is soliciting pricing for paper refuse bags. It is the intention of this bid to describe a 30 gallon, fully biodegradable, 50% recycled content, self standing, paper refuse bag. Bids that do not meet specifications must list differences on Bid Sheet. Bids are to be placed in sealed envelopes and clearly marked "REFUSE BAGS" and addressed to:

Director of Public Works Town of Barrington 84 Upland Way Barrington, Rhode Island 02806

The Town of Barrington reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Joseph M. Piccerelli Superintendent The Town of Barrington will provide accommodations needed to ensure equal participation in all meetings. Please contact the Town Clerk’s office prior to the meeting so arrangements can be made to provide such assistance. A request for accommodations can be made in writing to 283 County Road or by calling 401-247-1900, ext.301 (voice) or call 711 “relay” if you a TDY or TDD user. The Barrington Department of Public Works is accessible to the disabled. November 7, 2012

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