Residual waste

No leftovers please!

Why reduce your residual waste?

If you separate your waste there shouldn’t be much left over. Separated waste can be used as materials to make new products. We also like to help you to look at ways to reduce your waste in the first place. We have already made it possible for some companies to get to a situation where only 5% is actually waste, reducing the number of waste pick-ups and resulting in less CO2 emissions.

What happens to my residual waste?

We aim to produce as little residual waste as possible. Waste is something which is burnt, resulting in loss of materials and unnecessary CO2 emissions. The burning of waste can be converted into generating heat for cities but this is not a sustainable energy source due to the amount of CO2 that is realised in the process. This is called grey energy.

  • Paper with a plastic or other coating 
  • Plastic with a foil coating (like crisp packets) 
  • Organic biodegradable plastic
  • Dirty paper (like pizza boxes) 
  • Plastic nets (from vegetables and fruit) 
  • Tape and stickers
  • Cleaning cloths

Dit afval voorkom je liever, daar helpen we je graag bij.

  • Batteries, appliances
  • Plastic, metal and drink cartons
  • Clean paper and cardboard
  • Leftover food
  • Glass
  • Styrofoam
  • Textile

Wij kunnen je helpen deze stromen uit het restafval te halen!

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