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City of Brussels collects bulky waste in March 2014

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Between 10 and 22 March 2014, the Public cleansing service is going to collect the bulky waste in Brussels.

The City of Brussels organizes 3 collections of bulky waste every year. These collections take place according to a mixed formula:

  • containers are placed in districts to allow the local residents to put down their big waste there, the places are announced in a leaflet, distributed approximately 15 days before the beginning of the campaign
  • the possibility is offered to persons who have difficulties moving, to ask for a removal at home

Each family living in the City of Brussels has the right to put down 2 m3 of bulky waste. An ID card will be asked on the spot to verify the residence in Brussels.

The collection is thus a good opportunity to get rid of your TV, furniture and other broken electrical devices. Attention: toxic waste, construction waste and tires are not allowed.

Dates and places

In your district, workers of the Public cleansing service will be at your disposal from 8 am to 6 pm at the following places:

Date

Quarter

Street

Info

Monday 10 March

De Wand

Avenue du Forum <) avenue Mutsaard

Neder-Over-Heembeek

Place Peter Benoit

behind the church

Neder-Over-Heembeek

Rue du Ramier < Rue des Faînes

Neder-Over-Heembeek

Avenue Croix de Guerre <) Rue G. Biebuyck

Neder-Over-Heembeek

Donderberg <) Rue de Beyseghem

Wednesday 12 March

Centre

Place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains

Parking

Centre

Rue de la Chapelle <) Rue du St-Esprit

Centre

Boulevard Midi

Parking at Rue des Fleuristes

Centre

Place des Barricades

Centre

Place Anneessens

on the square

Friday 14 March

North

Avenue de l'Heliport <) Chaussée d'Anvers

North

Avenue de l'Heliport

n° 22

Haren

Rue du Beemdgracht

Centre

Rue de Witte de Haelen

between the Rue Passchendale and the Bd 9ème de Ligne

Tuesday 18 March

Laeken

Boulevard du Centenaire <) Place Saint.-Lambert

on the big parking for buses

Laeken

Place Emile Bockstael

Parking

LaekenRue Claessensbetween the Rue du Tivoli and the Rue de l'Entrepôt

Laeken

Parvis Notre-Dame

Entrance of the cemetery

Laeken

Rue du Javelot <) Houba de Strooper

Parking Stade Roi Baudouin

Thursday 20 March

North-East

Boulevard Clovis <) Rue Charles Quint

Nord-East

Rue des Confédérés

n°70

Nord-Est

Rue Joseph II

between the Avenue Livingstone and the Rue du Taciturne

Avenue Louise

Avenue Franklin Roosevelt <) avenue Vénézuela

Saturday 22 March

Neder-Over-Heembeek

Place Peter Benoit

behind the church

Centre

Place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains

Haren

Rue du Beemdgracht

North-East

Rue des Confédérés

n°70

Avenue Louise

Avenue Louise <) Rue du Châtelain

Parking central

Laeken

Sentier du Béryl

Parking Cité Modèle

Laeken

Rue Claessens

between the Rue du Tivoli and the Rue de l'Entrepôt

Practical information

Cleanliness
Toll-free number of the Cleansing service of the City of Brussels
Tel. : 0800 90107
Information and complaints concerning the public cleansing.

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