Price charged to deliver municipal solid waste to a landfill, waste-to-energy facility, or recycling facility.
The price individuals, communities, and trash hauling companies must pay a sanitary landfill operation to get rid of their trash or the trash they collect. The fee is called a tipping fee because truck drivers must unload by tipping up the back of the truck.
An amount of money that has to be paid to deposit each load of garbage at the landfill site.
A fee for disposal of waste.
a fee for unloading or dumping waste at a landfill, transfer station, incinerator, or recycling facility.
A fee charged by the operator of a tire processing, recycling, energy recovery or disposal facility to accept scrap tires - either whole or shredded - delivered to these locations.
The fee levied on the disposer for acceptance of materials at a solid waste facility, usually a landfill, transfer station or incinerator.
The amount charged to dispose of garbage at a landfill or incinerator.
a per ton fee charged to haulers and citizens for waste delivered to a waste management facility such as a landfill or incinerator.
See Gate Fee.
a fee charged at a disposal or recycling facility for accepting wastes.
The charge made by a disposal site operator for the privilege of disposing waste materials.
The fee charged for unloading solid waste at a landfill or transfer station.
A fee paid by anyone disposing of waste at a landfill. (also see Disposal Fee)
The fee charged to dispose of refuse material.
Charge for dumping a container of waste at a landfill, incinerator or other waste disposal facility.
Charge for the unloading or dumping of waste at a recycling facility, composting facility, landfill, transfer station or waste to energy facility.
Also called "waste hauling fee", a charge for removing waste to a landfill.
charge assessed for unloading solid waste at disposal, incineration, or transfer site