M. Bosak, A. Tarca, J. Dugas, V. Ferencz
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018


The volume of generated municipal waste increases proportionally with the rise in population and higher personal consumption by individuals. Municipal waste management requires considerable financial resources and, because all of us generate waste, we all have to contribute our share. In the Slovak Republic, the fees for municipal waste are laid down by Act No. 582/2004 Coll. on local taxes and local fees for municipal waste and minor construction waste. Pursuant to this Act, municipalities issue their generally binding regulations on local taxes and local fees for municipal waste and minor construction waste in which they determine their fees for municipal waste and minor construction waste. The fee may also include the costs of waste containers for mixed municipal waste. Based on the results of a multi-year research undertaken by the authors, the average fee for municipal waste and minor construction waste is gradually increasing as we move from the eastern Slovak districts towards the west. At the same time, the fee amount not only depends on whether it is paid in a municipality or in a city, its population count or the company which collects the waste, but also on the region in which the municipality is situated. Based on the obtained results the formula for the calculation of municipal waste costs was created, i.e. through the process control it is possible to influence the costs of waste management.

Keywords: Process control, Costs, Fee, Municipal waste, Waste management.

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