To answer the question of: “How much to tip waste?” for the citizens of the U.K. The UK government funded “WRAP” organisation publishes a Gate Fees Report annually. Its Gate Fees Report for 2012 is available on the WRAP website.
This report is issued annually to provide an updated summary of charges for a range of alternative waste treatment, recovery and disposal options across the UK, including landfill disposal. This Gate Fees Report compares current charges with those in previous years, and summarizes UK industry’s feedback on possible factors that may influence future gate fees.
From April 2020 the landfill tax will rise to £91.70 .
It is not surprising that the tonnages going to landfill are reducing, because in the UK, for the disposal of waste for anaerobic digestion, the median gate fee was £41 per tonne, with a range of £35 to £60 per tonne.
The market dynamics for waste management increasingly revolve around the diversion of waste from landfill. The implementation of landfill tax has become the most significant marketing driver in the UK and has created attractive opportunities for the recycling and treatment of waste.
Landfill Gate Fees in the US – How Much to Tip Waste in the United States
Landfill gate fee and occupation tax: The city of Lincoln charges a combined fee of $21.00 per ton.
Fees for Landfill Tax vary from state to state in the US. They average around US$42 per metric ton but can reach $100/m ton.
Landfill Gate Fees in the EU – How Much to Tip Waste in the United States
The following table is from a Eunomia Report published in 2001:
Landfill Gate Fees in Australia – How Much to Tip Waste in Australia
The report provides a review and summary of Australian data and methods for estimating the costs of the disposal of waste to landfill, a comparison with international data and methods, and estimates for the cost of the disposal of putrescible waste to landfill in Australia. Estimated costs of the disposal of putrescible waste to landfill range between $45 and $105 per tonne of waste in urban areas and between $42 and $102 per tonne in rural areas depending on the level of management controls and prevailing climate. see the following links:
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