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City of Houston Department of Solid Waste Management Chapter 39 – Solid Waste & Litter Control, Amended May 26, 2007. History. 2006 – Mayor’s Sold Waste Task Force was appointed to study various issues relating to the City’s solid waste services.

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City of HoustonDepartment of Solid Waste ManagementChapter 39 – Solid Waste & Litter Control, Amended May 26, 2007


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History

  • 2006 – Mayor’s Sold Waste Task Force was appointed to study various issues relating to the City’s solid waste services.

  • April 2, 2007 the Task Force Presented its final report and recommendations


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Task Force’s Objectives

  • Consider changes to ~ 1970 criteria for qualification for direct service and for sponsorship reimbursement

  • Recommend long-term funding source for solid waste


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Before Revision

Units abutting a public street only

Apartments < 9 units

After Revision

Units abutting a public street

Apartments < 9 units

Units on private streets if:

a. 25 or fewer units in total.

b. At least 1 abuts a pub st.

c. Enough space for cans.

d. Must bring cans to street.

All units in private st. development must comply with all conditions

Qualification for direct service AND for sponsorship reimbursement


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Sponsorship AgreementsPrior to Revision

  • Houston is the only city with any sort of “rebate” program

  • 338 associations had sponsorship agreements

  • 76,117 total units in those 338 associations

  • 58,021 units received rebate

  • 18,096 units were not qualified (did not abut a public street)


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Sponsorship AgreementsAfter Revision

  • Houston remains the only city with any sort of “rebate” program

  • 4,480 units previously qualified are not qualified for rebate (most of development on private streets and more than 25 total units)

  • 292 previously not qualified units now qualified for rebate (most of development on private streets but less than 26 total units)


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Result of Result of RevisionCity Service

  • Approximately 30,000 previously not qualified customers are now qualified

  • About 10,000 were already being serviced

  • About 15,000 have had service added since revision

  • About 5,000 have requested service when current private service contract terminates

  • About 400 previously qualified who were serviced “by hand” are requesting sponsorship

  • About 600 unqualified units that were receiving service are still not qualified and will have service terminated by 12/31/07


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Result of RevisionSponsorship

  • Qualification for reimbursement is the same as qualification for city service

  • Units abutting public street are NOT qualified for reimbursement if development has more than 25 total units


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