Different rules apply to residual waste which doesn’t fit in the waste container or underground container. You can either take this to a waste recycling centre yourself, or you can arrange to have it collected.
Starting from January 1, 2024, we will no longer pick up household hazardous waste at home. For more information, see the news article (in Dutch).
The things you want to throw away may well still be useful to someone else. You could offer them to a charity shop, or post them in a giveaway group on social media.
You can take your waste to one of the three waste recycling centres free of charge. Tip: bring your waste type by type, this will make sure you’re done in no time at all. So wood with wood, plastic with plastic and metal with metal. You will not be able to leave any residual waste and unsorted construction and demolition waste here.
You can make an appointment online to have bulky waste collected. Take into account a waiting time of about 3 weeks. It is not possible to change or cancel the appointment online. To change or cancel your appointment, please call 14 036. You can also take bulky waste to the waste recycling centres, these centres are open 6 days a week.
This form is only available in Dutch.