Help out with the Clean-up Days 2022

Published: 3 August 2022Modified: 8 August 2022

Do you have items you would like to get rid of? Turn them in for free during the clean-up days (opruimdagen). Items which can still be used will go to secondhand shops and bulky waste will be disposed of properly. Read where and when the clean-up days are. Will you also take part?

When and where

The clean-up days will be held on Tuesdays from 17.00 to 20.00 hrs. from 30 August to 25 October 2022. Look at the schedule for a clean-up day in your neighbourhood:

Date Street City district
30 August Maurice Ravelweg at the tram turning loop Loosduinen
6 September Stieltjesstraat opposite No. 870 Laak
13 September ’t Hofbad car park, Ypenburgse Boslaan 30 Leidschenveen-Ypenburg
27 September Joubertplantsoen Centrum
4 October to be announced Escamp
11 October Jan van Riebeekstraat near the community center Haagse Hout
18 October Sweelinckplein Scheveningen
25 October Gaslaan opposite No. 82 Segbroek
Man die hout in een container gooit

Items you can turn in on the clean-up day

  • bulky waste (such as furniture, household items, boards, boxes and large pieces of glass)
  • items for the secondhand shop (kringloop)
  • old bicycles
  • small electrical appliances (appliances with a plug or battery which are not larger than about 50 centimetres. Examples: mixers, vacuum cleaners, irons, toys, radios and TVs, computers and printers, video players, tools, telephones and chargers, lighting, music, smoke detectors, clocks and watches)
  • domestic chemical waste (such as paint, light bulbs and batteries)
Belangrijke informatie: You cannot get rid of construction and demolition waste during the clean-up days.
Man die planken in een container gooit

Have bulky waste collected

Are you unable to take part in the clean-up day in your neighbourhood? Have your bulky waste collected for free. You need to make an appointment. Read more on the page Collection of bulky waste and garden waste.

Secondhand shops

You can also give your old items to the many secondhand shops. They pick up your old items from your home for free.

Also see: Separating waste and recycling