Châlons-en-Champagne

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Châlons-en-Champagne

(shälôN`-zäN-shäNpän`yə), formerly

Châlons-sur-Marne

(shälôN`-sür-märn), city (1990 pop. 51,533), capital of Marne dept., NE France, in Champagne, on the Marne River. It is a commercial and industrial center. Among its manufactures are electrodes, paper, hosiery, foundry products, and musical and precision instruments. There, in 451, the Huns under Attila were defeated by Actius. Although badly damaged in both World Wars, it still retains its cathedral (13th–17th cent.) and many remarkable Gothic churches. An arts and crafts school is there.
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The consultation concerns the following services: - the reception, Sorting, Packaging and storage of materials from selective collections carried out in the territory of grand chalon (recyclable materials from selective collection door-to-door), - the reception and packaging of boxes from the waste collection centers and door-to-door collection with merchants, - the transport of refusal of sorting directly to the landfill of the ultimate waste (the installation of storage of non-hazardous waste smet 71 located in chagny).
Contract notice: Sound, lighting, cabinets and cable for the chalon festival in the street
Separation and packaging of materials from selective collections the consultation relates to the following designated benefits: - the reception, Sorting, Packaging and storage of materials from selective collections in the grand chalon territory (recyclable materials from selective collection in door-to-door), - the receipt and packing of cartons from waste disposal centers and door-to-door collection from traders, - the transport of refuse for sorting directly to the ultimate waste disposal center (the smet 71 non-hazardous waste storage facility in chagny).