Tari 2020, 60% of municipalities have increased the waste tax. The most harassed: fruit and vegetables, florists and pizzerias

The Taru increases despite the closures caused by Covid

In 2020, despite the blocking of economic activities due to Covid and the consequent drastic reduction in the amount of waste produced – over 5 million tons less than in 2019 – the total cost of the waste tax (TARI) does not stop its run and reaches the record level of 9.73 billion (table below) with an increase of 80% in the last 10 years. A real paradox that further penalizes companies in the service sector, already severely hit by the effects of the pandemic, with costs that are still too high and disproportionate to which, moreover, the efficient management of services provided by local authorities does not correspond. It is the “photograph” taken by the Confcommercio Local Tax Observatory, a permanent tool dedicated to the collection and analysis of data and information on the entire territory relating to the waste tax paid by tertiary companies, which in 2020 recorded the resolutions and regulations of all provincial capital municipalities as well as more than 2,000 other small and medium-sized municipalities (here the full version of the 2020 Waste Report).


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