Today we hear about Tarsu is Tia, respective acronyms of Tax for the disposal of municipal solid waste is Environmental hygiene tariff. Such waste taxes, from July, will be replaced by the TaRES (Tax Waste And Services) and always in July the first must be paid payment.
Who does not have to pay the Tares?
All those who occupy or own a space susceptible to the production of municipal waste must pay the tares. I am exempt, on the other hand, the activities they produce special waste as, for example, the agricultural activities o other businesses that must use an authorized company to dispose of the waste produced. Municipalities have a great deal of autonomy in matters of Tares, therefore each municipality could carry out "exceptions " and identify activities that produce waste similar to urban waste and therefore subject to payment of the Tares.
How the Tares is calculated?
There Tares is calculated on an annual basis. Each municipality has its own regulations, in any case there new waste tax it will consist of two parts, one fixed and one variable. The fixed part is linked to the value of the property or surface susceptible to the production of waste and a variable part which concerns amount of waste produced, the type of service and management costs. The tax base on which to calculate the Tares amounts to 80% of the cadastral area of the property .... in short, if you have a garden, a parking lot or simply a green space, this too will increase the price of the Tares.
As stated, each municipality applies its own provisions but it is expected that the Tares it will be one fee more salty than what has been paid so far with Tarsu and Tia, without considering that an increase of 30 cents per square meter is expected to cover the costs of services such as lighting, road maintenance, safety ...