ACR+ member ORDIF closely monitors the evolution of the cost of the Public Waste Prevention and Management Service in Île-de-France. ORDIF has published various findings derived from the analysis of a consistent sample of municipalities that have developed and validated a cost matrix for the years 2019 and 2021. The main takeaway from the analysis is the 7% increase in the cost of the public service between 2019 and 2021. This is primarily justified by the rise in the collection rate of assimilated household waste. However, the sorting performance in 2021 remains low, with 20 kg per capita for glass and 43 kg per capita for packaging/paper, totalling 63 kg, far from the 124 kilograms per capita collected on a national scale. The cost of the service is primarily linked to the collected tonnages but also to the processing methods. In the study area, while the proportion of tonnages destined for selective collection channels has increased, the rise in taxation on residual waste treatment has a significant impact on the cost of the service.
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