Sorting and recycling your waste

While the 2% of incorrectly sorted waste in paper and cardboard may seem small, it nevertheless represents almost 1,000 tonnes of incorrectly sorted waste per year.

What?

Which paper and cardboard should be sorted?

Waste authorized in the “Paper-cardboard waste” fraction:

Paper and cardboard waste originating from the normal use of a business, that is to say waste similar in nature and composition to waste originating from households.

  • Envelopes also with window;
  • Pure paper/cardboard;
  • White paper/cardboard;
  • Colored paper/cardboard;
  • Paper/cardboard with printed writing;
  • Stationary paper;
  • Printer/photocopy paper;
  • Cardboard box (washing powder box, cereal boxes ,…);
  • Medication leaflets;
  • Cardboard tubes or mandrel (accepted if only in the “Carton”);
  • Metal-free cardboard folders/binders Cardboard protective paper;
  • Newspapers; Magazines;

  • Leaflets; Advertising;
  • Magazines / Brochures;
  • Books;
  • Archives;
  • Files;
  • Paper bags;
  • Cardboard packaging;
  • Office paper.
Posters: A4 - A3 - A2
Stickers: A4 - A3 - A2

Where?

Where can you get rid of your paper and cardboard waste?

You can dispose of your paper and cardboard waste : 

mascotte sac jaune

In the commercial/professional yellow bag -
Only if you have a commercial yellow bag contract with our Agency.

mascotte conteneur jaune

In the yellow container - Only if you have a yellow container contract with our Agency.

pictogramme conteneur

At one of our Recyparks dedicated to professionals - See rates, rules and practical information on the Recypark page.

To transport your professional waste to the Recypark, your company must be registered with Bruxelles Environnement as a waste transporter.

How?

How to present your waste properly?

A few rules to be observed for paper and cardboard waste:

  • Paper and cardboard waste must be clean, dry, free of residues and plastic film.
  • When collecting paper and cardboard in bags, it is forbidden to use bags other than the yellow commercial/professional bag provided for this purpose.
  • Paper and cardboard waste may also be presented for collection in cardboard boxes. Paper and cardboard waste must not escape from the crate used.  
  • Cardboard/newspapers that don't fit in the yellow commercial/pro bag can be folded and securely tied. In this case, it's best to use cotton, hemp, jute or sisal rope. Do not use plastic materials for tying.
  • Wherever possible, remove any glue, tape or adhesive from boxes before presenting them for collection.
  • For the safety of your collection crews, as well as for more efficient processing on your rounds, make sure that your bales of compacted cardboard and cardboard boxes are easy to handle and transport, i.e. of a reasonable size and weight. Prefer two medium-sized bales to one too large or too heavy.
  • Bag / Bale / Box of maximum fifteen kilograms (15 kg).  
  • For container collection, paper and cardboard waste must be deposited in bulk in the container.
  • To be accepted for collection, containers must be easily maneuverable by our teams. It's important to take into account the weight of the container and where you place it. For example, a container that is too heavy, or placed on cobblestones or gravel, or requiring a curb cut, may make collection impossible. So keep these details in mind when preparing your containers for collection.

Waste refused in the “Paper and cardboard waste” fraction:  

Tetrapacks ;

Egg cartons, fish cartons, ... ;

Burnt paper ;

Wallpaper ;

Silicone paper ;

Dirty, soiled or greasy paper / cardboard ;

Laminated paper / cardboard ;

Baking paper ;

Cellophane paper ;

Carbon paper ;

Wax paper ;

Heat-resistant or thermal paper ;

Metallized paper / aluminum ;

Paper / Sachet with aluminium coating ;

Bread bags ; 

Cardboard tubes or cores (refused in the “paper-cardboard mix”) ;

Telephone jackets ;

Protective paper with plastic ;

Plastic-coated paper / cardboard ;

Tracing paper ;    

Cardboard with inner plastic layer;

Adhesive masking paper / Tape / Scotch ;

Plastic or metal folders;

Cardboard takeaway coffee cups;

Honeycomb paper;

Paper towels;

Paper tablecloths, tissues, napkins;

Diapers / diapers ;

Paper contaminated with oil, paint, kerosene or other chemicals;

Hazardous waste ;

Medical waste ;

Food waste / food ;

Radioactive or explosive materials;

Any erotic content on paper or DVD;

Hard plastics ;

Plastic films, bags and sacks;

Textiles, clothing ;

Toilet paper;

Photos.

 

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

In 2009, the PMD collected still contained 60% of poorly sorted waste. Today, this figure has been reduced to 27% thanks to our mutual commitment to better sorting. In 2021, the blue bag became the New Blue Bag. From now on, almost all plastic packaging can be placed in the blue bag.

What?

What constitutes PMD ?

 

Waste authorized in the “PMC waste” fraction:

PMC packaging waste from normal business use, i.e. waste similar in nature and composition to household waste.

Plastics packaging (P)

  • Bottles and flasks (lemonade, water, milk, juice, bath / laundry / dishwashing products, etc.) ;
     
  • Trays and dishes (clean or dirty, but emptied of contents) ;
     
  • Jars, tubes and cups (yogurt/flower pots, coffee cups, toothpaste tubes, etc.) ;
     
  • Films, bags and pouches (beverage packaging, potato chip packets, aluminum bags, industrial films of up to 1 m², packaging of less than eight liters (8 L), etc.);
     
  • Beverage capsules (coffee capsules, etc.). 

Metal packaging (M)

Cans, tin cans, aerosols (for food products, cosmetics, etc.), beverage capsules (coffee, etc.), metal lids, caps and closures (for jars, bottles, etc.), metal cans, metal drums, aluminum dishes, aluminum ramekins, aluminum trays, air fresheners, etc.

Beverage cartons (C)

Any laminated brick-type packaging containing liquid products (fruit juice, soup, milk, cream, etc.).

Posters: A4 - A3 - A2
Stickers: A4 - A3 - A2

 

Where?

Where can you get rid of your PMD?

You can dispose of your PMC waste : 

mascotte sac bleu

In the commercial/professional blue bag - Only if you have a commercial blue bag contract with our Agency.

mascotte conteneur bleu

In the blue container - Only if you have a blue container contract with our Agency.

pictogramme Recypark

At one of our Recyparks dedicated to professionals. - See rates, rules and practical information on the Recypark page of our website.

To transport your professional waste to the Recypark, your company must be registered with Bruxelles Environnement  as a waste transporter. 

How?

How to present your waste properly?

A few rules to follow for PMC waste:

  • PMC packaging waste must be well emptied, drained or scraped of its contents. 
  • Pour la collecte en sac des déchets PMC, il est interdit d’utiliser d’autres sacs que le sac bleu commercial / pro prévu à cet effet.
  • For bagged collection of PMC waste, it is forbidden to use bags other than the blue commercial/professional bag provided for this purpose.
  • Flatten the plastic bottles across their width (not their height) and replace the cap. 
  • Don't nest packaging inside each other, and don't pre-package PMC packaging waste in knotted bags.
  • Do not hang anything on the outside of the blue commercial/pro bag.
  • PMC packaging waste must have a maximum volume of eight liters (8 L).
  • Bag of maximum fifteen kilograms (15 kg).
  • PMC waste can be deposited loose in the container. If you wish to use blue bags in the container, they must be commercial/professional bags.  
  • To be accepted for collection, containers must be easy for our teams to maneuver. It's important to take into account their weight and where you place them. A container that is too heavy, or placed on cobblestones or gravel, or requiring a curb cut, can make collection impossible. So keep these details in mind when preparing your containers for collection.

Waste refused in the “PMC waste” fraction: 

  • Hard plastics ;
  • Syringes, intravenous bags (baxters) and other healthcare waste ;
  • Packaging with a capacity greater than eight liters (8 L) (cans,...) ;
  • Large industrial films, pallet covers/films and bags greater than 1m² ;
  • Strapping (industrial quantity) ;
  • Items not considered packaging or too large: plastic buckets, garden hoses, rubber boots, windbreakers, plastic crates, power strips, coffee machines, plastic overshoes, plastic/nitrile gloves, ... ;
  • Frigolite / expanded polystyrene - with small white EPS balls ;
  • Gas cylinders (butane, propane, helium, nitrous oxide,...) ;
  • Batteries (lithium,... ) and batteries ; 
  • Electrical and electronic appliances ; 
  • Packaging with child-resistant caps ; 
  • Packaging of pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, rat poison, anti-foam ;
  • Packaging of combustive agents, fuel, motor oil and lubricants ;
  • Packaging of glues, paints, lacquers and varnishes, silicone tubes ;
  • Clothing / textiles ;
  • Packaging composed of a mixture of materials that cannot be separated (layer of plastic film with layer of aluminum film, kraft packaging with waterproof plastic,... ;
  • Packaging with at least one of the hazard pictograms (acute toxicity, danger to health, infectious risks, corrosive products, etc.) listed below: 
Picto dangereux
Picto toxique

Other

Further information

In the wake of the European “Single Use Plastics” (SUP) directive on single-use packaging, the Brussels-Capital Region and Brussels Environment have decided to go one step further in packaging prevention, notably by launching the new “Packaging Facilitator” service to help all public and professional bodies set up sustainable packaging systems, free of charge. For further information, please consult our article on this subject or the Bruxelles Environnement website.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...).

Food waste represents about 40% of your white bag. Sorting them allows for green energy recovery and production of compost

What?

What do we call food waste ?

Bandeau déchets alimentaires

Waste authorized in the “Food and kitchen waste” fraction:    

Food and kitchen waste from normal business use, i.e. waste similar in nature and composition to household waste.

  • Meal leftovers / plate leftovers including meat and fish leftovers ;
  • Bread dough leftovers from bakeries in small or large quantities ;
  • Fruit and vegetable peelings ;
  • Unwrapped sweets ;
  • Coffee grounds ;
  • Paper tea bags only ;
  • Paper towels / hand towels used solely to absorb food scraps ;
  • Tissues and paper towels (unless you have caught COVID-19, dispose of them after use in the commercial / pro fuchsia bag or the black container provided for residual waste) ;
  • Expired foodstuffs without their packaging.
     
Posters: A4 - A3 - A2 
Stickers accepted: A4 - A3 - A2150x170

Where?

Where can you get rid of your food waste?

You can dispose of your food or kitchen waste : 

mascotte sac orange

In the commercial / pro orange bag -
Only if you have a commercial orange bag contract with our Agency.

mascotte bac orange

In the small orange bin - Optional for commercial customers. Usually a container will better suit your needs.

mascotte conteneur orange

In the orange container - Only if you have a commercial orange container contract with our Agency.

How?

A few rules

A few rules to follow for food and kitchen waste: 

  • Food or kitchen waste is refused in Recypark → See “Waste refused to professionals”.
  • No bags other than the orange commercial/professional bag may be used for food and kitchen waste collection.
  • For the 25-litre orange bin: you must use the orange commercial/pro bag sold exclusively by our Agency. The bag must always be securely tied in the small orange bin. Our collection teams will take your bag away and leave your bin on the sidewalk for you to reuse at the next collection.
  • Concerning the large containers of one hundred and forty liters (140 L) and two hundred and forty liters (240 L): you can deposit your food waste in bulk in the orange container provided to you on the basis of your collection contract with our Agency. However, for reasons of hygiene and cleanliness, we recommend that you place your food waste in a garbage can bag before disposing of it in the orange container. The bag must either be an orange commercial/pro bag from our Agency or a clear, colorless bag, otherwise it will be considered non-compliant for the collection of food or kitchen waste.
  • Bag of maximum fifteen kilograms (15 kg).
  • To be accepted for collection, containers must be easy for our teams to maneuver. It's important to take into account the weight of the container and where you place it. For example, a container that is too heavy, or placed on cobblestones or gravel, or requiring a curb cut, may make collection impossible. So keep these details in mind when preparing your containers for collection.

Waste refused in the “Food or kitchen waste” fraction: 

  • Non-food waste, even if biodegradable ;
  • Compostable/biodegradable packaging ;
  • Green/garden waste ;
  • Inert waste (soil, stone, glass, etc.) ;
  • Toxic waste ;
  • Liquid food waste such as soup, oil (see “Oils”), dairy products, etc. ;
  • Animal waste or waste that has not been downgraded for health reasons (cat 1, cat 2, AFSCA downgrading, etc.) ;
  • Soap and cleaning product residues ; 
  • Food supplements ;
  • Medication ;
  • Flour ;
  • Diapers ;
  • Wood ashes ;
  • Egg, walnut, oyster and mussel shells ;
  • Litter, even biodegradable ;
  • Bones, carcasses and bones ;
  • Cores.
Refused sticker: 150x180

Other

Alternatives

Do you produce food waste and would like to recycle it more effectively while reducing your collection costs? Brussels Environment's Professional Biowaste Facilitator is there to advise you, offer his expertise and answer your questions. The facilitator offers a free service to professionals to help them optimize the management of their biowaste, bearing in mind that sorting will be mandatory in the Brussels-Capital Region from May 1, 2023. For further information, please consult our article on this subject or the Brussels Environment website.

Alternatives exist to recover your food waste: Please visit our website- dedicated to this purpose.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

Since Monday, June 8, 2020, the Bruxelles-Propreté teams will only collect the regulatory biodegradable green bags.

What?

What constitutes garden waste?

Waste authorized in the “Green or garden waste” fraction:  

Biodegradable garden waste, i.e. vegetable waste resulting from the normal maintenance of gardens and terraces by a company, i.e. waste similar in nature and composition to household waste.

  • Branches (maximum diameter 8 cm and maximum length 1.5 m) ;
  • Dead leaves ;
  • Wilted flowers ;
  • Weeds ;
  • Plants ;
  • Florist waste (flowers / plants diseased with pesticides / parasites) ;
  • Hedge trimmings ;
  • Shrub trimmings ;
  • Lawn cuttings (accepted for collection) ;
  • Chips ;
  • Bark ;
  • Stumps / Logs.

Where?

Where can you get rid of your garden waste?

You can get rid of your green or garden waste : 

mascotte sac vert

In the commercial / pro green bag - Only if you have a green bag commercial contract with our Agency.

pictogramme recypark

At one of our Recyparks dedicated to professionals. - See rates, rules and practical information on the Recypark page.

How?

How to present your waste properly?

A few rules to follow for green or garden waste: 

  • For green or garden waste and garden wood, see “Sorted waste subject to charge for professionals”.
  • "Lawn clippings / Grass” type waste is refused in Recypark → See ‘Waste refused to professionals’.
  • For bagged collection of green or garden waste, it is forbidden to use any bags other than the green commercial/professional bag provided for this purpose.
  • Branches no more than eight centimetres (8 cm) in diameter and one and a half metres (1.5 m) long, may be presented for collection in the form of prehensile bundles tied with a biodegradable tie. 
  • Handling of tied bundles must be facilitated: bags and bundles weighing no more than fifteen kilograms (15 kg).

Waste refused in the “Green or garden waste” fraction:   

Lawn clippings (refused in Recypark)

Soil ;

Sand ;

Animal waste ;

Pebbles ;

Gravel and chippings ;

Bricks and bricks ;  

Slabs ;

Scrap metal ;    

Paper → see “paper and cardboard waste”.

Branches (diameter greater than 8 cm and length greater than 1.5 m) ;

Cloth, netting, stakes, cement or plastic borders ;

Stumps / Logs / Tree trunks (diameter greater than 30 cm and length greater than 2 m). 

Other

Further information

Natural Christmas trees can be put out on the sidewalk on the same day as your garden or green waste is put out in January, or taken to one of our Recyparks dedicated to professionals. Be sure to remove the pot and all decorations, and leave the cross-brace in place.

Please note: your artificial/plastic tree is professional rubbish.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

Find out where to put your Christmas tree after the festive season.

Where?

Where can you get rid of your Christmas tree?

  • On the pavement, the day you take out your garden waste

How?

A few rules

  • Remove the pot and all the decorations.
  • You may leave the wooden stand
  • Please note: Your artificial Christmas tree is a household bulky item.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

Clear glass bottles, jars and flasks must be distinguished from other types of glass.

What?

Sorting your glass waste

Sticker: 350x180

Your clear glass bottles, jars and phials*

*Clear glass can be colourless. If it's clear, you can see through.

Colourless glass

Coloured glass

Your opaque* glass bottles, jars and phials, and other glass waste items

*Opaque glass can be coloured or colourless. If it's opaque, we can't see through.

Colourless glass

Coloured glass

Where?

Where can you get rid of your glass waste?

Where can you deposit your transparent glasses?

In our Recypark

  • Free up to 3m3
  • €121 incl. VAT above 3m3

In the green container (paid collection)*

  • free up to 3m3
  • 121 € incl. VAT over 3m3
     

*Contact Bruxelles-Propreté PRO by e-mail pro@arp-gan.be or call 0800/988 77

 

Where to deposit your non-transparent glasses and your broken glasses?

Sac fuschia

In the fuschia bag only for small waste.

  • Examples of small broken glasses: drinking glass, small mirror, bottle, jar, flask, etc. These must be well wrapped to avoid the risk of cuts.

In our Recypark for small or big wast.

  • Examples of large pieces of broken glass: large mirror, windowpane, etc.
     
  • Only incandescent light bulbs (traditional) and halogens can be placed in the grey/black container or fuschia commercial bag.
     
  • Energy-saving light bulbs, fluorescent tubes (neon) and LED lamps can be dropped off at the Recypark or collected by Bruxelles-Propreté.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

Before getting rid of your household bulky items, first assess their condition! If they're in good condition, pass them on to friends and family, or to social economy associations.

What?

What constitutes bulky professional waste ?

Bulky professional waste is waste that is generated by your business and that cannot be collected in bags because of its nature, weight or size, and which is not attached to the building of your business (cf. construction or renovation waste).

However, there are three types of waste that require specific treatment:

  1. Chemical products
  2. Large electrical and electronic appliances (refrigerated counters, large photocopiers, vending machines, coffee machines) are processed by Recupel.
  3. Inert waste (rubble, bricks, stones, breeze-blocks.....)

Where?

Where can you get rid of your bulky household waste ?

  • Special home collection by Bruxelles-Propreté: €57.48/m3 incl. VAT
  • In our Recypark (bulky waste items sorted by category) : €121 incl. VAT per visit per day
  • Large electrical and electronic appliances: Ask for free removal at Recupel: www.recupel.be
  • Chemical and inert waste: Contact Bruxelles-Propreté PRO on 0800/988 77 or via pro@arp-gan.be.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

Your electrical or electronic appliances contain harmful substances that can have a negative impact on the environment. There are a number of recycling channels for treating these harmful substances and recycling the recovered material.

What?

Some examples of electrical or electronic devices

Large appliances: washing machine, dishwasher, dryer, exhaust hood, oven, cooker, fridge, freezer, etc..

Small appliances: vacuum cleaner, toaster, coffee machine, hair dryer, waffle maker, mixer, etc..

Multimedia devices: computer, touch pad, computer or television screen, radio, hi-fi, GSM, etc..

Light bulbs and fixtures: compact fluorescent light bulbs ("energy-saving light bulbs"), fluorescent tubes ("energy-saving tubes"), LED lamps and incandescent light bulbs ("traditional light bulbs"), etc..

Lighting: Floor lamp, desk lamp, chandelier, lantern, etc..

Where?

Where can you get rid of your electrical and electronic devices?

If the device is reusable:

If the device is not reusable:

  • Return it to the shop (if you are buying a new device of the same type)
  • Bring it to one of our Recypark
  • Contact our collection service for bulky items.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

Construction and renovation waste represents a growing volume and tonnage.

What?

What constitutes construction or renovation waste?

Any item that is physically affixed to your home is usually considered construction or renovation material. It is however essential to distinguish between 2 types of waste.

Inert waste (like "rubble")

rubble, broken bricks, pebbles, bricks, stones

tiling, slabs, tilessoil

sandconcrete, cement

gypsum boards: scrap, sheets (type Gyproc) and plastering

Other construction and renovation waste

treated and untreated wood

doors, frames and shutters in wood, metal or plastic

gutters and pipes

floor covering

hygiene items

Where?

Where can you get rid of your construction or renovation waste?

  • In our Recypark
  • Using our professional bulky googs collection service. To make an appointment, call 0800/981 81.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

 

Despite a much lower collection tonnage than other waste, Bruxelles-Propreté reserves a specific collection method for chemicals, with specially trained staff because of the danger they represent for the environment and for the people who handle them.

What?

What constitutes professional chemical waste?

Chemical waste packaging containing product residues and bearing at least one of the pictograms listed below:

Pictogramme chimique attention corrosion
Pictogramme chimique point d'exclamation
Pictogramme déchet chimique attention dangereux pour l'environnement

Corrosive

Irritant

Dangerous for the environment

pictogramme chimique atenttion inflammable
Pictogramme déchet chimique attention dangereux pour la santé
Pictogramme chimique tête de mort

Flammable

Hazardous to health - long term

Toxic

Cleaning and maintenance products

Garden products

Beauty products

Briquets and lighteners

Extinguishers

Oils ad fats for frying

Batteries and others

 

Medical products

Automotive products

Coating products

Printing products

Light bulbs, compact fluorescent ("energy-saving") lamps, fluorescent tubes (neon) and LED lamps.
More information and collection points at www.recupel.be.

All aerosols, except empty cosmetic and food cans.

Where?

Where can you get rid of your professional chemical waste ?

Please follow the steps below:

  1. Send your list of professional chemical waste to Bruxelles-Propreté Pro by e-mail pro@arp-gan.be or fax: 02/780.28.38.
     
  2. Bruxelles-Propreté Pro will reply with a quote for approval.
     
  3. A delivery note details the description and quantities that you have given us.
     
  4. We set an appointment to collect your waste.
     
  5. We remove your chemical waste in accordance with the safety standard specific to this type of waste.

THE FOLLOWING ARE NOT ACCEPTED AT PROXY CHIMIK AND IN THE RECYPARK:

Asbestos waste ("Eternit")

Gas tanks, bottles and cartridges

Fireworks and other explosives

Laboratory products

Radioactive substances

Roofing materials

Professional chemical waste

To get rid of them, please contact Bruxelles Environnement on 02/775 75 75 or at https://environnement.brussels/.

How?

A few rules

  • Bring your household chemical products in their original packaging and make sure they are properly closed (not loose in a plastic bag)
  • In the absence of original packaging, clearly write the name of the product on the packaging
  • Also bring the empty containers of  chemical products
  • Separate liquids from solids
  • Water filters with resin granules (like Brita) must be returned to the manufacturer or to the shop. Otherwise, place them in the "coatings" category.
  • Do not mix materials together

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..

All medication, expired or not.

What?

Which medication?

The box and instructions must be placed in the yellow bag.

 

Pill bottles

Sprays, bottles

Bottles syrup

Ointment tubes

Pill packs

Where?

Where can you get rid of your medication?

Only at your chemist's.

Other

Healthcare waste

Our commercial team can handle the following products on request:

  • Medicines and cosmetics;
  • Closed bottles of disinfectants and treatments;
  • Chemical laboratory products (via a detailed list), excluding potentially explosive and radioactive products;
  • Syringes packaged in specific rigid containers.
     


We do not cover:

Infectious (clinical waste) or potentially infectious products (probes, tubing, bags, etc.);

Bacteriological waste;

Potentially radioactive waste;

Potentially explosive waste.


For more information:


For more information on the obligations relating to the management of healthcare waste, visit the website of Bruxelles Environnement.

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...). 

Today, there are no recycling channels for all types of waste, although new solutions are appearing regularly.

What?

What constitutes residual waste?

Posters: A4 - A3 - A2
Stickers: A4 - A3 - A2

 

Any waste similar to non-recyclable household waste is professional residual waste. Only place waste that cannot be recycled in your commercial bag or grey/black container. Sorting guarantees the valorisation of waste as raw material. Do not throw any items in good condition.

Where?

Where can you get rid of your residual waste?

Sac fuschia
  • In the fuschia bag, if you have signed a commercial bag contract.
  • In the grey/balck container. You can put your residual waste in bulk in the grey / black containers that were provided to you as part of your commercial contract with the Agency. However, for reasons of hygiene and cleanliness, we recommend that you place your residual waste in a garbage bag of your choice before throwing it into the container.
     
Residual waste items cannot be brought to the Recypark.

How?

A few rules

  • Maximum 15 kg bag accepted.
  • Sharp waste items (ex: broken glass) must be properly wrapped to prevent that you or our teams get cut..


Your fuchsia bag cannot contain any:

  • hazardous waste
  • construction/renovation waste
  • waste whose volume is too large for the fuchsia bag

We also encourage you to download our sorting memo and to fix where it can easily be seen (fridge door ...)..