Study of the costs incurred by citizens for the disposal of waste in all capitals in 2019. Applies to a family of three with a house of 100 square meters. On average in the north you pay 258 euros compared to 299 in the center and 351 in the south. Among 112 provincial capitals, taxes increased in 51 locations last year, remained stable in 27 locations, and fell in 34.
Catania is the most expensive city The ten most expensive cities are Catania (504 euros), Cagliari (490), Trapani (475), Benevento (471), Salerno (467), Naples (455), Reggio di Calabria (443), Syracuse (442), Agrigento (425 ), Messina (419).
The most economical power Here are the cheapest cities: tax costs 121 euros in Potenza, 167 in Udine, 168 in Belluno, 181 in Pordenone, 184 in Vibo Valentia, 185 in Isernia, 186 in Bolzano, 191 in Brescia, 193 in Verona, 195 in Trento and Cremona .
The most convenient regions Trentino Alto Adige (190 euros) followed the ranking of the most convenient regions, followed by Molise (219), Basilicata (221), Friuli-Venezia Giulia (228), Veneto (234), Marche (235), Lombardia (241) ), Emilia Romagna (274), Aosta Valley (275), Piedmont (276), Calabria (296), Umbria (301), Tuscany (323), Lazio (325), Abruzzo (326), Liguria (333), Sardinia (345), Publia (373), Sicily (394), Campania (421).
Waste, delays and inefficiency Cittadinanzattiva reports that "in many regions of the country there are still delays and inefficiencies," explains Secretary General Antonio Gaudioso. "The transition to a circular economy envisaged in strategy 202 still seems far-reaching," he explains. – We are still registering a cost calculation method that does not take into account the actual waste generated and therefore does not encourage the citizen to change his behavior. Territorial differences are very clear, not only in terms of the cost of services, but also in terms of quality: living in a city instead of another can mean having an expensive and unsatisfactory waste management service. "