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Monday to Saturday
Other types of collection
What can be disposed of?
Construction waste must be sorted into the following types:
- rubble: stones, paving slabs, flagstones, bricks, roof tiles, earthenware, porcelain, ceramics, WCs, shower trays, sinks, floor tiles, earth, gravel, sand, rocks
- plaster: gypsum, lime, plasterboard, composite plasterboard
- hollow-core concrete: blocks and slabs (aerated concrete, autoclaved concrete sold under the brand names Ytong, Thermopierre, Hebel, Multipor, Xella, etc.)
- plate glass: window panes, glass bricks, mirrors, wire glass, safety glass
- insulation materials: boards, preformed polystyrene components and chips (Styropor®), glass wool and mineral wool, polyurethane foam (only clean insulating materials can be recycled)
- cladding: flat or profiled Eternit® sheets, other materials containing asbestos (materials containing asbestos must be wrapped in plastic film for transportation. To protect your health, do not break or cut materials containing asbestos)
- roofing materials
- PVC waste: cable sheaths, cable ducts, roller shutters, ceiling cladding
- scrap metal: bathtubs, gutters, radiators, door frames, oil tanks, wheelbarrows, saucepans, old tools
- old wood: construction and demolition timber, door and window frames, floorboards, beams, pallets, crates, wooden furniture
- bulky items: carpets, plastic floor coverings, Heraklith, Skobalith, awnings, skirting boards
- chemical products: paint, glue, detergents, etc.
- mixed waste
- household waste
- soiled insulation materials
Main collection method
Other collection methods
The maximum volume of waste accepted by the Recycling Centre is 1 m3.