Clean-up relay in Duindorp

Published: 20 September 2018Modified: 21 September 2018

The Hague clean-up relay will be in Duindorp on Saturday, 6 October and Thursday, 11 October. Help keep the city clean and turn in your oversized household waste or reusable items.

Do you have items you’d like to get rid of? Pick-up points for your oversized household waste and reusable items can be found on the Tesselseplein during The Hague clean-up relay.

Where and when

  • Saturday, 6 October 2018 from 9.00 to 13.00 hrs.
  • Thursday, 11 October 2018 from 17.00 to 19.00 hrs.
  • Tesselseplein, Duindorp.

What can you drop off?

You can drop off the following items at the pick-up points:

  • household goods
  • furniture
  • boards
  • crates
  • boxes
  • large glass
  • old bicycles

All the bicycles which are turned in will go to the Fietskeet at Mallemok on the Westduinweg. Volunteers in the Fietskeet will fix up the bicycles or reuse the parts. Once the bicycles are ready they will be intended for low-income residents. Bring your old bicycle and make somebody else happy!

Domestic chemical waste

You can also turn in different types of domestic chemical waste during the clean-up relay. You can also dispose of domestic chemical waste at a garbage and recycling station, an elektrobak or the shop where you purchased it.  

Construction and demolition waste

It is not possible to dispose of construction and demolition waste during the clean-up relay. You can dispose of this yourself or have it collected.


There are also activities for children during the clean-up relay. Children and young people between the ages of 8 and 23 years can register on the website of Crownies. If they participate in activities, they will earn Crownies points. They can save up these points for nice prizes. More information can be found at: facebook/crowniesscheveningen.

Your ideas are welcome

Do you have an idea for a clean-up campaign in your neighbourhood. Contact the organisation by sending an email to:

More information

Would you like to learn more about separating your waste? Go to Waste and recycling.