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(A) The price per ton of garbage will be determined by multiplying the DISPOSAL BUDGET by the percentage of annual tonnage commercial, and dividing that sum by the number of commercial tons received annually.
(B) The solid waste disposal fee will be similarly calculated by multiplying the DISPOSAL BUDGET by the percentage of annual tonnage residential, and dividing that sum by the number of non-municipal households.
(C) The solid waste DISPOSAL BUDGET consists of three distinct elements, the sum of which form the basis for annually adjusting the tipping fees and household fees to accurately reflect the actual cost of these services.
(1) Capital Outlay Construction which is calculated by multiplying the average per acre construction cost of a subtitle D lined landfill facility, by the number of acres, then multiplying that sum by Y, where Y equals the total expected capacity divided into the actual tonnage used in a year.
(2) Capital Outlay Equipment which is the earth and garbage moving machinery necessary to maintain daily operations of solid waste facilities amortized over their powertrain warranty period (usually five years).
(3) Operations Expenses less amortized capital outlays which is account codes 10.582.02 through 10.582.57 in the annual budget ordinance.
(Ord. passed 8-7-95)