Kuvassa omena


Around a third of all household waste is made up of organic material. You can use your biowaste container or composter to dispose of all organic matter, i.e. anything that was previously a living organism. Please place your biowaste in a paper bag or in a folded newspaper bag.

Biowaste is turned into gas at the biogas plants. If biowaste is not separated from other waste, it will be incinerated alongside mixed waste and this will impair the incineration process.


  • food waste, fish bones and trimmings
  • peelings, including berries, fruit and vegetables
  • egg shells
  • dried and spoiled food
  • tea leaves and coffee grounds, including filters
  • baking paper, egg carton
  • dried up flowers and plants
  • solidified fat, wrapped in paper
  • small animal/ pet cleaning waste, i.e. pellets


  • hazardous waste, including out-of-date medicines
  • liquids
  • cigarette ends, ash
  • vacuum cleaner bags
  • milk and juice cartons
  • rubber, leather, glass, porcelain
  • fabrics
  • plastics, metals
  • plastic-coated papers, nappies
  • cat litter, soil