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How to sort your waste

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The waste types are arranged alphabetically
 

>> Batteries
All types of batteries are hazardous waste. Batteries must be delivered in the special battery stands.
Products with non-removable built-in batteries must be delivered as electronics.
 

>> Big garbage
Large garbage must be placed in the large garbage containers at block 2 and outside the stock yard.
Large rubbish is large combustible, large iron and metal, pvc, impregnated wood and large electronics.

Large combustible, for example, is furniture and carpets.

Large iron and metal are, for example, drying racks, ironing boards, bicycles and strollers.

PVC is, for example, electric pipes and bathing animals.

For example, impregnated wood is fence.

Large electronics are, for example, television and appliances (emptied of content).
 

>> Cardboard
Cardboard is boxes and boxes from wrapping goods.
Cardboard must be delivered to the cardboard recycling bin. Empty the box and press the cardboard flat before loading it into the container.

NOTE: Wet cardboard, cartons from beverages, pizza trays and boxes from frozen products, where the contents are not packed further, are residual waste.
 

>> Electronics
Small electronics, for example, are phones, lamps, flashlights, hair dryers and the like with battery, cord or solar cells.
These products must be delivered in a recyclable container for small electronics.

Large electronics, for example, are televisions, speakers and appliances, and must be handed in as large garbage.
Please note that energy saving bulbs, incandescent bulbs and halogen bulbs must be disposed of as hazardous waste.
 

>> Food waste
You will need the kitchen waste trash such as food scraps and peels, shells, bones and coffee grounds and tea. It is important that the waste is put in rubbish bags with knot on. Otherwise, the debris will swell down through the shaft.

2 rolls of garbage bags are distributed per month.
 

>> Glass
Glass, for example, bottles from beverages, glass packaging from food items, preferably with lids and drinking glasses.
These types of glass must be delivered to the special glass containers.

Ceramics, porcelain, window glass and mirrors must be delivered to the container for large garbage.
 

>> Hazardous waste
Hazardous waste is chemicals, poisons, paints, light bulbs and the like.
Hazardous waste must always be delivered to the warehouse. Place the products upright on the shelves or in the boxes in the stock yard.
 

>> Light bulbs
All types of light bulbs such as energy-saving bulbs, incandescent bulbs, halogen bulbs and LED bulbs must be disposed of as hazardous waste.
 

>> Metal
Metal is cans, foil trays, stanniols, cutlery, screws, nails and wires that are delivered to the metal recycling bin. Empty packaging for food and drink as best you can.
 

>> Paper
Paper is newspapers, magazines, advertisements, books, letters, all types of envelopes, notes, receipts and the like. Must be put in the recycling bin for paper.

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>> Plastic - hard and soft
Plastic can be hard, soft or composite. Hard plastics are, for example, plastic bottles, cans, boxes and trays. Soft plastics are, for example, plastic bags, plastic sheets, bubble wrap and candy bags. Composite plastic types can all be delivered as plastic, eg hard plastic tray with foil lids.
Plastic is put in the plastic recycling bin.

Hard and soft plastic should be empty. Only use water to clean if you think it is necessary.

If the plastic is composed of other types of waste, such as milk cartons, coffee bags, food cartons - then you have to dispose of them as residual waste.

Plastic furniture must be handed in as large garbage.

Foam, foam and bicycle hoses are residual waste. You can know foam plastic by being spongy, crumbling or cracking easily.

The municipality sorts hard and soft plastics at a sorting plant before the plastic is sent for recycling.
 

>> Residual waste
Residual waste includes hygiene waste, cat grit, vacuum cleaner bags and sweeper. It is also foam rubber, foam plastic and bicycle hoses as well as plastics that are composed of other materials.
Residual waste should, if necessary, be put in rubbish bins and placed in the container for residual waste.

If residual waste can be put in the garbage bags delivered (remember to tie a knot), it can be deposited in the waste shaft, but ...
It is forbidden to use the waste shaft for, for example, cookie rolls, blankets and other articles that may get stuck. It is not intended for that.
 

Information and guidance
You are welcome with any questions at the office.

The article is based on information from Frederiksberg Municipality