Preferred method of financing the waste disposal system

Leaflet illustrates the main findings from the survey conducted within the project no. 16-14409S supported by GA ČR, entitled Demographic development and behavioural aspects (e.g. ‘crowding-out effect’) and their impact on the municipal waste charging policy. Leaflet informs about the respondents’ approach to financing the collection of household waste and the preferred way of financing domestic waste management. Data presented in this leaflet are based on a sample of the Czech population that was selected by quota sampling; 1.579 face-to-face interviews were conducted.

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Willingness to pay for the collection and disposal of waste

Leaflet illustrates the main findings from the survey conducted within the project no. 16-14409S supported by GA ČR, entitled Demographic development and behavioural aspects (e.g. ‘crowding-out effect’) and their impact on the municipal waste charging policy. Leaflet informs about the respondents’ approach to financing the collection of household waste and the preferred way of financing domestic waste management. Data presented in this leaflet are based on a sample of the Czech population that was selected by quota sampling; 1.579 face-to-face interviews were conducted.

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Acceptance of selected ways of waste tax setting

Leaflet illustrates the main findings from the survey conducted within the project no. 16-14409S supported by GA ČR, entitled Demographic development and behavioural aspects (e.g. ‘crowding-out effect’) and their impact on the municipal waste charging policy. Leaflet informs about the waste tax acceptability from the point of view of respondents and its reflection in service quality related to the waste disposal. Last but not least, the leaflet focuses on way to determine the amount of the waste tax.

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Evaluation of public usefulness of selected facilities

Attention is paid to selected types of facilities whose usefulness is analysed from the perspective of the general public. The article compares perceived benefits of infrastructure projects (like e.g. motorways), buildings where services for the public are provided (e.g. schools or hospitals) and private buildings that interact with the public environment (especially office buildings).

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