Disposal of construction and demolition waste

Do you have construction or demolition waste? It costs money to dispose of this sort of waste. Read where you can bring this waste, how you can make an appointment to have it collected and what the fees are.

What is construction and demolition waste?

During a home renovation project, you often end up with construction and demolition waste. Examples include:

  • rubble
  • roofing material such as roof tiles
  • plaster
  • old sanitary equipment
  • scrapwood
  • iron and other metals
  • asbestos
  • soil, sand, earth
  • (wired) glass and glass plates
  • tar
  • garden tiles

    Disposing of construction and demolition waste yourself

    Bring construction and demolition waste to a waste depot. By properly disposing of this waste, you make reuse and recycling of materials possible. You need to pay to dispose of most types of construction and demolition waste. You can do this at the reception desk. You can only pay using a bank card.

    Fees for disposing of waste yourself

    Kosten bouw- en sloopafval 2017
    Waste Disposal at a waste depot
    Construction and demolition waste € 1.65 per 25 litres

    Dispose of asbestos for free

    You can dispose of asbestos for free at the Plutostraat waste depot. You are required to wrap it in double packaging beforehand. You can purchase packaging material to dispose of asbestos at all of the waste depots.

    • Asbestos foil (4 metres wide) costs € 1 per metre ).
    • Asbestos bags (inside and outside bag) cost € 1.15 per set.
    • Asbestos can also be present in older plant pots. You can dispose of these in Plutostraat.

    Would you like to remove asbestos yourself? You will often need a permit. More information can be found under Asbest verwijderen melden (in Dutch).

    More information about removing asbestos can be found on the website of the Dutch government.

    Conditions for disposing of waste yourself

    The following rules apply for disposing of construction and demolition waste:

    • Always take your Afvalpas with you when you visit a waste depot. 
    • Companies may not use the waste depots. Do you have a company? Contract an authorised waste management company to collect your company waste.

      Collection of construction and demolition waste

      Would you like to have your construction and demolition waste collected from your home after a renovation project? This is only possible if the waste is in a rubble sack from a home improvement store or in a puinkub. A puinkub is a large sack (1 cubic metre) which you fill with rubble at home. The puinkub rubble sack can be purchased only at the Plutostraat station from Monday to Friday.

      Belangrijke informatie: To make an appointment to have the rubble sack or puinkub collected, go to the waste depot. You will pay the fees there in advance. It is not possible to make an appointment online for collection. Take your Afvalpas with you.

      These are the steps to have your waste collected:

      1. Pay the fees at the reception desk of the Plutostraat waste depot. You can only pay using your bank card.
      2. You also make an appointment for collection at the reception desk.
      3. Your construction and demolition waste will be collected at your home during the appointment.

        Conditions for having waste collected

        Conditions for the collection of construction and demolition waste:

        • You are a private individual (not a company) and you have an Afvalpas.
        • You are not able to bring the rubbish to a waste depot yourself.
        • Place your waste on the sidewalk in front of your home and as close as possible to the street. Thus not next to the (underground) rubbish containers. Place the waste kerbside by 7.45 hrs. at the latest on the day of the appointment.
        • Place the puinkub in a spot where the garbage truck can easily get to it.

            Collection fees

            Bouw- en sloopafval laten ophalen
            Type of waste Collection fee
            puinkub* € 125 (includes the purchase of the puinkub sack)
            rubble sack the first 3 rubble sacks you purchased yourself at a home improvement store: € 20; each extra sack: € 3.50

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