Mixed waste

​​​Mixed waste includes miscellaneous waste. Hazardous waste and all materials that can be reused as raw materials have already been separated from it.

​What can you sor​t into mixed waste?

  • plastic products other than packages; e.g. broken sledges and toys, watering cans and kitchen utensils
  • hygiene products such as disposable diapers, tampons and sanitary towels
  • worn out textiles and shoes
  • leather, faux leather and rubber
  • drinking glasses and heat tolerant glass dishes
  • mirrors, pieces of broken window glass
  • porcelain and ceramics
  • vacuum cleaner bags
  • incandescent light bulbs and halogen light bulbs and fuses
  • cooking oil, in a tightly closed bottle
  • ash and cigarette stumps.

​What should n​ot be sorted into mixed waste?

  • Hazardous waste
  • Electric and electronic equipment
  • (Large) metal items
  • Large amounts of non-combustible waste or large non-combustible objects
  • Recyclabl​e materials which have their own separate recycling, such as
    • biowaste, glass bottles and jars, metal, paper, cardboard and plastic packages.​