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Schaaleffecten in de afvalinzameling

  • Wilschut, J.A.


  • Groot, H. Classification_JEL: C33; H41; L33; L88
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    Schaaleffecten in de afvalinzameling is een studie naar de optimale schaal voor de gemeentelijke afvalinzameling. Uitvoering van afvalinzameling is op verschillende manieren mogelijk, zoals het laten uitvoeren door de eigen gemeentelijke dienst, samenwerken met omringende gemeenten, of uitbesteden aan een overheids- of particulier bedrijf. Dit onderzoek geeft inzicht in de optimale schaal voor afvalinzamelaars. Voor de meeste inzamelaars zijn er geen schaalvoordelen meer te behalen. Uitzondering zijn de eigen diensten van kleine gemeenten, waar vaak nog wel schaalvoordelen mogelijk zijn. Deze gemeenten zouden er goed aan doen de inzameling aan te besteden. Via private partijen kunnen ze dan van schaalvoordelen profiteren. Bovendien blijkt dat private partijen tegen gemiddeld lagere kosten inzamelen dan andere typen inzamelaars van dezelfde grootte.

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    Paper provided by Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management in its series Technology, Policy and Management Working Papers with number 2013-12.

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    Date of creation: 31 Dec 2013
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    Handle: RePEc:dgr:tudtpm:201312
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