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Urban waste management: tariff framework

As at June 2010, Urban Waste Management services were provided in 173 municipalities, and 46% of these (80 Municipalities) adopted the tariff system pursuant to Presidential Decree 158/99, serving a population equal to 65% of the territory served, 54% of the municipalities are still under the TARSU (Urban Solid Waste Tax) regime.

An accurate comparison of homogeneous consolidated data of Hera Group Consolidated provides some indications.

Consolidated Hera Group Urban Hygiene - tariff revenues (TIA + TARSU)29/6/0529/6/06% Change
Tariff Revenues (millions of Euro)190.2197.63.9%
Inhabitants served* (thousands)2,7072,7330.9%
Average Unitary Return (/inhabitant)70.372.32.9%

* Population served as at 31/12 of the previous year.

The overall increase in regulated revenues for the Urban Waste Management service to municipalities under license, equal to 3.9%, is due mostly to the average tariff increase of approximately 3.5%, which offsets the increased inflationary costs.

The remaining increase of 0.4% regards the provision of additional services for Municipalities; also deriving from the increase in the quantity of waste collected and disposed of during 2010.

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