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close this bookPrivate Sector Participation in Municipal Solid Waste Services in Developing Countries (WB, 1994, 64 p.)
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View the documentContracting
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View the documentContracting for transfer and disposal
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View the documentBuild, own, operate, and transfer (BOOT)
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View the documentSolid waste recycling concessions
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View the documentRenew their fleet as well as make a profit (11).
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Cost recovery

2.23 In many countries, local governments have successfully contracted their billing and collection of solid waste user fees to regional water and electric utilities. For example, Surabaja contracts with the water authority and allows it to keep 10 percent of the collections as payment. In areas not served by the water authority, Surabaja has an agreement with elected neighborhood leaders for them to collect the fees in return for payment in a similar manner.