Burnable waste (previously know as mixed waste)

Municipal waste that cannot be recycled is known as burnable waste (previously known as mixed waste). Burnable waste is loaded at the Hevossuo waste management site’s transshipment facility before incineration.

YES

  • dirty paper and paperboard
  • plastics: children’s plastic toys, plastic tubes
  • composite materials, for example plasticized cardboard and carton
  • incandescent and halogen lamps
  • Lighters, fuses, lighters
  • floppy disks, CDs, C-cassettes, video tapes
  • empty toner and ink cartridges (laser toner cartridges can be refilled)
  • used diapers, cleaning wipes (vacuum bags)
  • cosmetic products
  • ceramic and porcelain dishes
  • glass oven pots, coffee maker jugs and other thermal glasses
  • rubber and leather
  • textiles unfit for collection
  • dirty or black-spotted styrox
  • rain clothes
  • shoes
  • rubber boots
  • cigarette ends and ash
  • wallpapers
  • bio waste (if the property does not compost or is obliged to procure a separate bio waste container)
  • blister packs of medicines
  • coffee and crisp bags (foil interior)

NO

  • flammable or explosive wastes
  • liquid waste
  • hazardous waste
  • toilet waste
  • sanding sand or soil
  • large or heavy objects (furniture, construction waste)
  • electrical and electronic waste
  • recoverable waste (glass, metal, paper, carton, etc.)