Waste management in Grand Besançon
Description of Measure and Categorization
Since 2006, SYBERT, in charge of the waste prevention strategy, has proposed a global strategy for the entire Grand Besançon area. Within this framework, Grand Besançon Métropole launched the Incentive Fee in 2012, supplemented by new instructions (bio-waste, nappies, waste from public and private professionals, etc.). This strategy applies to both individual and collective housing.
The rate of residual household waste is 150 kg/inhabitant per year (compared with 239 kg/inhab/year in 2005), i.e. a reduction of 37%. 68% of waste is sorted, 57% is recycled and 95% is recovered.
The actors involved are SYBERT, the WBG and all the communes making up SYBERT.
The financing of this strategy is distributed as follows: 55% of the members' contribution, 12% sale of materials and energy, 4% of the contributions of professionals, 2% national and European subsidies, 16% subsidies within the framework of the eco-packaging contract and 11% others (exceptional products...).