What does not belong to bulky waste?

All items that fit in the residual waste bin by size or belong to recycling, such as

  • cardboard boxes and packaging,
  • Electrical appliances
  • Wooden pallets from the commercial sector
  • Treated outdoor wood (treated wood from outdoor use), such as:
    • Fences
    • Wooden flooring for terraces/balconies
    • Garden houses
    • garden furniture
    • Palisade wood
    • Privacy walls
    • Railroad sleepers
    • Firewood
  • Waste from remodeling and renovation work, such as:
    • Stones, building rubble, windows, front doors, timber, trusses, rafters, washbasins and toilet bowls. These count as construction site waste.
  • Hazardous waste (hazardous waste) such as:
    • Varnishes, paints, flammable substances. These wastes are to be handed in at the recycling centers.
  • Night storage heaters and other objects in which asbestos has been processed (for example corrugated cement): They must be removed and disposed of by special companies.
  • Car and motorcycle parts (vehicle recyclers)