The Municipality of Naples has the highest Tari rates for domestic users for all components, while Trieste is the Municipality with the lowest rates for the studio apartment with only one component. For the rest, the Municipality of Bologna has the lowest rates. This is what emerges from the data that emerged from the research conducted for Adnkronos by the Centro Studi Local Entities (Csel), based on the analysis of the acts of approval of the Tari tariffs valid for the year 2021 of the regional capital municipalities that will be involved in the next election session
A few examples? A family of 6 people, with a house of 160 square meters, pays Tari 728.66 euros in Naples, against 435 euros in Bologna and 568.92 euros in Milan. In the case of a person who lives alone in an apartment of 60 square meters, it ranges from € 116.59 in Trieste to € 211.43 in Naples. In the middle Rome, with 172.01, Bologna with 163.20, Milan (144.41) and Turin (123.83).
Four of the six municipalities investigated have below average rates (Turin, Milan, Trieste and Bologna, except for the rate of one component), while the other two (Rome and Naples) have above average rates on all categories of users taxed. The tariff analysis was carried out on the ‘standard’ data, i.e. without taking into account any reductions that may be due to the various users and without taking into account the reductions that the Bodies may have approved for contrasting the economic and social effects of the epidemiological emergency from Covid-19.