Last modified: 22 March 2010
Households in Leidschenveen, Ypenburg, Scheveningen, Wateringse Veld, Loosduinen and Haagse Hout are getting their own paper container in order to dispose of their old paper. Old newspapers, advertising leaflets, empty egg ca ...
Last modified: 28 June 2013
Textiles and shoes should not be disposed of in the normal household rubbish, but in the textile bins. Separately collected textiles will be reused for various purposes depending upon whether they are wearable or non wearable ...
Last modified: 2 January 2014 - Overview
Last modified: 31 August 2010 - Overview
Do you have a question, suggestion or complaint for the Municipality of The Hague? Or do you want to report a problem? You can contact the municipality through the website, by phoning, stopping by at one of the sub-municipal ...
Last modified: 19 November 2013
The Department of Public Service (Publiekszaken) is often the first point of contact residents of The Hague have with the municipality. The department is responsible for all municipal affairs which have a direct link with the ...
Last modified: 20 February 2014
Domestic chemical waste (Klein Chemisch Afval) is all the products that you use at home which are hazardous to the environment. It is dangerous to throw these products away with the general household waste or to pour them dow ...
Last modified: 10 February 2014 - Overview
Last modified: 15 November 2012 - Overview
The municipality is offering all property owners throughout the city a special subscription to the graffiti clean-up service. The service aims to reduce the nuisance caused by illegal graffiti and placarding (gluing of poster ...
Last modified: 8 December 2011
Last modified: 7 March 2014
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