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Funding Mechanisms for Solid Waste Part 2. Appendix: Utility Cost Recovery Practices and Implications for Solid Waste Funding in WA
Funding Mechanisms for Solid Waste Part 2. Appendix: Utility Cost Recovery Practices and Implications for Solid Waste Funding in WA (Number of pages: 16) (Publication Size: 408KB)
|Author(s)||Cascadia Consulting Group, FCS Group|
|Description||This memo is part of the Cascadia Consulting Group’s study of potential solid waste funding mechanisms, undertaken under contract with the Washington State Department of Ecology. The purpose of this memo is to describe the cost recovery practices of utilities and draw lessons from them that might help address funding gaps in the solid waste system.|
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