The organization of waste management is a legal task of municipalities. Waste Act obliges waste holders to join municipal waste management. The appropriate waste management for recreational housing is also an obligation under the Waste Act.
The waste container is acquired by the owner / holder of the property and its location is subject to a suitable road to the garbage truck. The maximum emptying period (without separate application) of a permanent dwelling waste container is four weeks. The waste container for a leisure home is emptied as necessary, however, at least three times in the summer for a maximum of four weeks of emptying rhythm.
Use of a shared container is economical
The shared waste container for multiple users is the most economical way to properly handle waste management. The shared container system can consist of two or more nearby neighbor properties. In the sparsely populated area, the shared container system can also be formed by village committees and road authorities. The waste container must have a contact person to whom the bill is sent and which corresponds to the maintenance of the container.
Regional waste collection containers has been taken out of use
Rauman seudun jätehuoltolaitos (Rauma Regional Waste Management Facility) has decided to make a plan to abandon the regional waste collection system in 2017. From 2017 permanent and leisure house holders who have so far used regional waste collection system, should move to a property-based or shared container system. The use of leisure houses in the archipelago is organized by a collection of waste at the town’s boat docks.
Change from the regional waste collection system to property-specific collection
In the Eurajoki area there is a contractual waste transport system where the owner of the property concludes an agreement with the waste transport company they wants.