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Several types of benefits could be reached by adopting the PAYT schemes: from economic (by reducing service costs), to environmental (by both reducing waste quantity and increasing diversion rate) and social (by increasing citizen participation) points of view
Searles and board Chairman Kevin Donovan agreed that, for most homeowners, the cost of rolling Casella's $73-per-ton tipping fee into the town budget would be "a wash" for most homeowners, when compared to what each spends now on PAYT bags.
If there's a well-studied, well-structured PAYT plan that would lead to a reduction of the amount of waste going into landfills, I'm all for it," said Al Marashi.
Mr Gent said the group's strategy for the future was focused on accelerated customer growth - especially launching the PAYT service into Germany and the US - geographic expansion with the help of the AirTouch acquisition, and the provision of new services based on data and the Internet.
EPA has developed a series of PAYT products and tools.
PAYT charges residents for trash collection based on how much waste they throw away.
In addition, a single Christmas tree may be left by the curb without a sticker or attached PAYT bag during that period to be picked up free of charge.
The decrease and savings came after the city switched from trash stickers to PAYT, which has residents pay for what they use or don't, and introduced purple bags for the waste.
Unlike traditional municipal solid waste management systems, where residents pay for waste services through taxes or flat fees, under the PAYT systems, residents are charged for municipal solid waste services based on the amount of trash they discard.
Bin charges could then be administered by weight using a system called PAYT (pay as you throw) which works by only charging for the contents of the unseparated black bin.
The report's primary recommendation to increase diversion is for communities to use rate incentives, such as setting lower rates for recyclable materials at landfills and to institute a PAYT program that could, on average, dispose of 45% less solid waste.