Bulgaria’s Samokov municipality said on Thursday that it has signed a 2 million levs ($1.1 million/1 million euro) deal with a local tie-up for the recultivation of the municipal landfill. The contract envisages both technical and biological recultivation of the landfill, the municipality said in a notice. The deal was signed on March 17, according to the notice. These companies submitted offers in the tender for the contract. According to registry agency data, the tie-up which won the contract is led by Aldi Commerce Group, which controls 89% interest. The tie-up also includes Green Light Bulgaria and Communal Engineering, which own 8% and 3%, respectively.