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Bulky waste collection in October

From 11 to 23 October 2021, the Public Cleaning Service is going to collect the bulky waste in Brussels.

The City of Brussels organizes 2 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: construction waste, garden waste and tires are not allowed.

Your items can still serve? Can they still be repaired? Give them a second life:

  • Maximum 2m³ waste per household, industrial waste prohibited
  • Wearing a mask is mandatory
  • Keep a safe distance (at least 1.5 m)
  • Show your ID card spontaneously to the official
  • Open the trunk of your car yourself and dump your waste in the containers

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

Quarters

Dates

Neder-Over-Heembeek

Monday 11 October: place Peter Benoit (with Proxy Chimik + Cyclup), rue du Ramier, rue du Général Biebuyck, rue de la Tour Japonaise (Cyclup)

Saturday 23 October: place Peter Benoit, rue du Général Biebuyck (with Proxy Chimik + Cyclup)

De Wand

Monday 11 October: avenue du Forum, avenue Mutsaard

Pentagon (city centre)

Wednesday 13 October: place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains (with Proxy Chimik), rue de la Chapelle, boulevard du Midi, rue du Miroir

Friday 15 October: place Anneessens, rue de Witte de Haelen

Thursday 21 October: place des Barricades

Saturday 23 October: place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains (with Proxy Chimik)

North

Friday 15 October: avenue de l'Héliport (at number 22) (with Proxy Chimik), avenue de l'Héliport (corner chaussée d'Anvers)

Schuman

Thursday 21 October: rue des Confédérés (with Proxy Chimik), rue Joseph II

Saturday 23 October: rue des Confédérés (with Proxy Chimik)

Haren

Saturday 23 October: rue du Beemdgracht (with Proxy Chimik)

Laeken

Tuesday 19 October: rue Claessens, boulevard du Centenaire, Parvis Notre-Dame (with Proxy Chimik), rue du Javelot (with Cyclup)

Saturday 23 October: rue Claessens, rue du Javelot (with Proxy Chimik)

Louise

Thursday 21 October: avenue Franklin Roosevelt (avenue Vénézuela) (with Cyclup)

Saturday 23 October: avenue Louise - rue du Châtelain (with Proxy Chimik + Cyclup)

Cyclup recovers wood, textiles and large household appliances:

  • furniture in good condition or requiring minor repairs such as wardrobes, beds, box springs, dressers, bedside tables, shelves, benches, tables and chairs, crockery,... (no knick knacks, CDs or books)
  • linen: table linen, bed linen, curtains
  • clothing, fashion accessories (hats, caps, bags,...), childcare items (no stuffed animals) and costume jewelery
  • textiles (even damaged or stained) that still have potential (fabric remnants, fabrics, end of stock) and accessories (buttons, zippers, ribbons, thimbles, elastics,...)
  • large household appliances: dishwashers, cookers, washing machines, tumble dryers and electric hobs (no fridges or small appliances such as microwaves, kettles,...)

All proposals are also welcome at:

Cyclup is a socio-professional involvement project of the non-profit organization Job Office with the support of the Public Welfare Centre (CPAS) of the City of Brussels. It offers people with CPAS support the opportunity to acquire professional skills in a variety of professional sectors: sorting, woodworking, sales, textile and electromechanics. Its main ambition is to promote the circular economy.

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Created on 03/02/2021 (modified on 06/10/2021)

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