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What needs to be disposed of where? Here there is a practical list from A for acrylic glass to Z for zip!

The waste ABC and much more – important and useful information relating to the topic of waste can also be found in our free app “Graz waste”!

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Unterflurcontainer in privater Wohnanlage Faunastraße mit Kind.

A

Acrylic glass Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Adhesives (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Agricultural films Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Agricultural waste (made of plastic and not contaminated) Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Aluminium foil Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Ammunition Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Animal cadavers Animal carcases Disposal: free of charge
Animal food packaging (made of metal and completely emptied without any residue) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Animal food packaging (made of plastic/composite material and completely emptied without any residue) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Antifreeze Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Asbestos cement – in small volumes Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Ash Residual waste Disposal: for a fee

B

Bath tub (metal) Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Bath tub (plastic) Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Batteries Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Bed linen for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Bed linen undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Bedding Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Belts for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Belts suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Belts undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Bicycle for disposal Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Bicycle functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Bicycle suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Blister packaging Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Body lotion plastic packaging completely emptied without any residues Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Boiler <50 cm for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Boiler >50 cm for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Boiler suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Books and magazines (without plastic sleeve) for disposal Paper Disposal: free of charge
Books undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Building material packaging (made of plastic and cleaned) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Bulbs with filament (no energy-saving bulbs / LEDs) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Bulbs without filament Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Bulky waste Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee

C

Cables (electrical installation) Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Camera for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Camera functional Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Camera suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Candles (no LEDs) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Caps (made of metal) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Car batteries Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Car parts (without dangerous components or substances made of metal) Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Car parts without dangerous components or substances (plastic) Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Carrier bags (made of plastic) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cartridges of inkjet printers Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Cellophane Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cellophane packaging Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cement bag (with residual content) Construction rubble Disposal: for a fee
Cement-bonded wood wool panels Construction site waste Disposal: for a fee
Ceramic packaging Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Chemicals (from agriculture) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Chemicals (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Chewing gum Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Christmas trees Christmas tree Disposal: free of charge
Cigarette butts Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Cigarette packets Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cleaning agent bottles (made of plastic and completely emptied) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cleaning agents (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Cleaning wipes (household) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Clocks (with battery) <50 cm for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Clocks (with battery) <50 cm, functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Clocks (with battery) >50 cm for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Clocks (with battery) >50 cm, functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Clocks (with battery), suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Clothing for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Clothing suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Clothing undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Coat pegs made of wood Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Coffee capsules (made of aluminium, e.g. Nespresso) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Coffee filters with brew Organic waste Disposal: for a fee
Coffee pads Organic waste Disposal: for a fee
Coloured glass packaging Glass packaging Disposal: free of charge
Compact cassette Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Computer <50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Computer >50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Computer keyboards for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Computer keyboards suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Computer suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Condom Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Construction materials (containing asbestos) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Construction materials (household) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Construction materials (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Construction rubble (bituminous) Construction rubble Disposal: for a fee
Construction rubble (natural stone and ceramic) Construction rubble Disposal: for a fee
Construction timber Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Consumer electronics <50 cm for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Consumer electronics <50 cm, functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Consumer electronics >50 cm for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Consumer electronics >50 cm, functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Consumer electronics suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Containers made of composite material Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cooking oil containers made of plastic (completely empty, free of drops) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Corks Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Corks made of glass Glass packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cosmetic packaging made of glass (completely emptied, without any residues) Glass packaging Disposal: free of charge
Cut flowers Organic waste Disposal: for a fee
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D

Data storage devices for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Data storage devices suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Digital optical storage media Other waste Disposal in Recycling Centre 2 free of charge and in the residual waste for a fee
Diskettes (data carriers) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Disposable tableware Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Doors for disposal Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Doors suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Drinks carton Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Drinks fit for consumption Food Disposal: free of charge

E

Electrical devices <50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Electrical devices <50 cm edge length functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Electrical devices >50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Electrical devices >50 cm edge length functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Electrical devices suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Excavated soil Excavated soil Disposal: for a fee
Explosives Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge

F

Fertiliser sacks (completely emptied without any residues) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Fibre cement (without asbestos) Construction rubble Disposal: for a fee
Fibreboards Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Filter for fuels (diesel, petrol) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Flat screen <50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Flat screen >50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Flat screen functional Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Flat screen suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Florists’ sponge (from flower arrangements) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Foam packaging Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Foils (from the construction industry) Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Food edible Food Disposal: free of charge
Food inedible Organic waste Disposal: for a fee
Food packaging (contaminated or with residual content) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Food packaging (made of metal, completely emptied and without any residues) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Food packaging (made of paper and not contaminated) Paper Disposal: free of charge
Food packaging (plastic) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Furniture (predominantly made of metal) for disposal Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Furniture (predominantly made of plastic) for disposal Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Furniture (predominantly made of wood) for disposal Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Furniture hinges (suitable for repair) “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Furniture hinges for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Furniture undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge

G

Garden waste Green waste Disposal: for a fee
Glass bottles (non-returnable) Glass packaging Disposal: free of charge
Gloves (disposable gloves) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Gypsum plasterboard Construction rubble Disposal: for a fee

H

Handbags for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Handbags suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Handbags undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Hat for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Hat suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Hazardous substances Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Household goods (made of ceramic) for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Household goods (made of ceramic) undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Household goods (made of glass) for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Household goods (made of glass) undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Household goods (made of metal) for disposal Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Household goods (made of metal) undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Household goods (made of plastic) for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Household goods (made of plastic) undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Household linen for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Household linen undamaged) Old textiles Disposal: free of charge

Old textiles:

What may not be put in the clothes bank?

Worn-out clothing with significant signs of wear and tear, holes, removed sleeves, missing buttons

Highly yellowed clothing, worn-out clothing of children (tights, underwear, socks, etc.)

Toys, soft toys

Quilts and pillows

Wet items (caution with bags placed next to the containers!

Other waste

Medicinal products

Fabric remnants

Dirty, wet clothing

Rags, nappies or similar

Houseplants (without pot) Organic waste Disposal: for a fee
Hydraulic liquid Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Hygiene products (plastic packaging, completely emptied without any residues) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge

 

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    When will rubbish be collected, how should waste be properly separated, what can and cannot be put in the dustbins? These questions are answered by our free-of-charge waste app "Graz waste" - you can also receive news from waste management directly onto your smartphone!

I

Image carriers analogue Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Instant soups (packaging) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Insulating material (containing asbestos) – in small volumes Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Insulation materials (containing asbestos) – in small quantities Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Insulation materials (without asbestos, without mineral fibres) Construction site waste Disposal: for a fee
Ironmongery (small parts) Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee

L

Laundry baskets Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Lead residues Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Lighters (completely emptied without any residues) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Lighters (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Lightweight packaging Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge

M

Mattresses undamaged (with washable and removable cover) Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Meat waste in significant quantities (including animal carcases) Animal carcases Disposal: free of charge
Medical waste Medical waste Disposal: free of charge
Medicinal products Medical waste Disposal: free of charge
Medicine bottle (made of glass and completely emptied) Glass packaging Disposal: free of charge
Memory lights battery-operated Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Metal items >50 cm edge length Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Metal packaging Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Metal sheets Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Metal toy defective <50 cm Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Mineral greases Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Mineral wool Artificial mineral fibres Disposal: for a fee
Mobile phones for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Mobile phones suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee

N

Nets (fruit and vegetables) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Night storage heaters for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge

 

O

Office supplies and stationery Paper Disposal: free of charge
Office supplies and stationery (household) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Oil radiators for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Old car Old vehicles Disposal: free of charge
Old cooking fats (non-edible) Old cooking fats and oils Disposal: free of charge
Opal glass bottles Glass packaging Disposal: for a fee
Organic waste Organic waste Disposal: for a fee
Ovens and kilns (without asbestos) Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee

P

Packaging (made of paper and not soiled) Paper Disposal: free of charge
Packaging foils Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Paint cans (made of metal and brushed clean) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Paints and varnishes Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Paper (heavily contaminated) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Plastic bottles (non-returnable, completely emptied, without any residues) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Plastic bucket with lid (completely emptied, without any residues) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Plastic caps Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Plastic packaging Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Plastic plant pot (diameter < 10 cm) for disposal Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Plastic plant pot (diameter > 10 cm) for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Plastic toy <50 cm for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Plastic toy >50 cm for disposal Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Plastic toy undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Polyolefin films Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Polystyrenes Construction site waste Disposal: for a fee
Pots of cream (made of metal and completely emptied without any residues) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Pressurised containers (made of metal and completely emptied without any residues) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge
Pressurised containers (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Printer <50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Printer >50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Printers suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Protective mask Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
PVC waste Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
  • Graz waste app

    When will rubbish be collected, how should waste be properly separated, what can and cannot be put in the dustbins? These questions are answered by our free-of-charge waste app "Graz waste" - you can also receive news from waste management directly onto your smartphone!

R

Railway sleepers (impregnated with creosote) in small volumes Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Residential waste Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Residual waste Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Rubber tyres Used tyres Disposal: for a fee
Rubber waste Residual waste Disposal: for a fee

S

Sanitary and hygiene products (household) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Sanitary and hygiene products (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Sanitary installations (ceramic) Construction rubble Disposal: for a fee
Shoe polish cans (with residual content) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Shoes for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Shoes suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Shoes undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Shopping bags made of biodegradable materials Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Shower gel packaging (completely emptied without any residue) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Ski boots for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Ski boots undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Skis for disposal Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Skis undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Snowboard for disposal Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Snowboard undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Solvents Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Spices edible Food Disposal: free of charge
Straw Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Sunshades Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee

T

Tableware undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Textile scraps Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Toner cartridges (completely emptied without any residue) Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Toner cartridges (with residual content) Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Toxins Hazardous substances Disposal: free of charge
Transport pallet (wood) Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Tree cuttings Green waste Disposal: for a fee
Tube monitor <50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Tube monitor >50 cm edge length for disposal Old electrical devices and batteries Disposal: free of charge
Tubes (made of plastic, emptied without any residue) Lightweight packaging Disposal: free of charge
Tubes (made of plastic, emptied without any residue) Metal packaging Disposal: free of charge

U

Umbrellas Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Upholstery Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Upholstery undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge

V

Vinegar and oil edible Food Disposal: free of charge

W

Wall and floor coverings Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Wallet for disposal Residual waste Disposal: for a fee
Wallet suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Wallet undamaged Re-Use items suitable for re-use Disposal: free of charge
Waste paper Paper Disposal: free of charge
White glass packaging Glass packaging Disposal: free of charge
Window components (made of metal) for disposal Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Window components (made of plastic) for disposal Bulky waste Disposal: for a fee
Window components (made of wood) for disposal Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Window glass <50 cm Flat glass Disposal: for a fee
Window glass >50 cm Flat glass Disposal: for a fee
Wire Scrap metal Disposal: for a fee
Wood furniture suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
Wood residues treated Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Wood residues untreated Waste wood Disposal: for a fee
Wood waste in small quantities (contaminated) Hazardous substances Disposal: for a fee
Wood waste in small quantities (not contaminated) Organic waste Disposal: for a fee
Wooden windows suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee

Z

Zip suitable for repair “Graz repairs” – items suitable for repair Disposal: for a fee
  • What has to be disposed of in which waste collection container?  Here is our practical list from A to Z!