Russells Hall Hospital
Dear Ms Claire McWilliams,
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - Ref: FOI/010911
With reference to your FOI request that was received on 30/06/2011 in connection with '“Collection and Disposal of
WEEE' Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) and Batteries.'.
Your request for information has now been considered and the information requested is enclosed.
If you have any queries or concerns then please do not hesitate to contact me. Please remember to quote the
reference number 'FOI/010911
' in any future communications related to this FOI request.
If you are unhappy with the service you have received in relation to your request and wish to make a compliant, you
should write to me (post/email) using the contact information shown below.
If you are not content with the outcome of your complaint or review, you may apply directly to the Information
Commissioner for a decision. Generally, the ICO cannot make a decision unless you have exhausted the complaints
procedure provided by Dudley Group of Hospitals Foundation Trust.
Further information about your rights is also available from the Information Commissioner at:
Cheshire SK9 5AF
Tel: 0303 123 1113
Fax: 01625 524510
Sharon Williams (Information Governance Manager)
Room 34a, First Floor, Esk House, Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley, DY1 2HQ
Your request was for the:
• Date of the next tender for the “Collection and Disposal of WEEE
(Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) and Batteries.
Response: All of the Trust’s FM Services are provided by our PFI Partner, Summit Healthcare. The Trust’s contract
with our PFI Partner started on 17th May 2001 and expires after 17th May 2041 for all Facilities Management
Services and 31st March 2020 in respect of the IT Services.
• Also a copy of the previous successful tender for the collection
and disposal of WEEE.
Response: All of the Trust’s FM and IT Services are provided by our PFI Partner, Summit Healthcare as part of a
comprehensive Facilities Management and IT Service contracts and, as such, the tender would have been for all