- Clothes and textiles
Clothes and textiles
Choose from three valid dates in the form. You can select only one pickup date per order. Fields marked with a star are mandatory.
Brown and white goods
PC, TV, satellite dishes, aerials, speakers, sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, refrigerators, microwave ovens, freezers, washing machines, tumble driers, stoves etc.
Place this type of waste separate from other waste to be collected.
Carpet (rolled up, 3 m max), furniture, mattresses, broomstick, garden furniture, barbecue, lawn mower (containing no oil/petrol), garden tools, ironing board, blinds, awning (max. 3 m) etc.
Label clearly items for reuse.
Bicycles/sports equipment/car accessories
Sledges, bicycles, wheel rims, skis, exercise equipment, roof racks etc.
Label clearly items for reuse.
Large quantities of cardboard boxes, cartons, corrugated cardboard
Corrugated cardboard and cardboard boxes should be folded and tied with tape or string. Only dry cardboard can be recycled.
Kitchen and bathroom fixtures, sink, toilet, bathtub, shower (not tempered glass), doors.
Items should be free of nails and screws.
Wooden components (small amounts)
Wood (sandbox, moldings, boards etc.) must be free of nail and screws and cut in lengths of maximum 1 m.
Items for Byttebua must be clearly labelled. Items for Byttebua must also be protected from rain/snow. Any tarpaulin used to protect items will be left behind. The collectors can also choose to deliver usable items to Byttebua, unless you have indicated otherwise.
Waste not included in this system:
Garden waste, Christmas trees, construction and demolition waste, stones, soil, hazardous waste (separate system for this), ordinary refuse (which should be disposed of in the grey bin or special purchased bags).
The minimum amount for an order is 0,5 m3, which corresponds to roughly the size of a washing machine. The maximum volume per collection and household is 3 m3 (3 m x 1 m x 1 m).
Maximum weight per item is 100 kg.
You have maximum three collections of bulky waste every year.
Place the waste at the roadside, preferably on your own property, at the earliest the night before the agreed collection day and no later than 07.30 on collection day. The road must be accessible for large vehicles. The vehicle will not drive into driveways or narrow streets.
Protect your waste from wind and rain. You are responsible for all your waste until it has been collected.
Garden waste (Stavanger only)
Please place the waste at the roadside – preferably on your own property – at the earliest the night before the agreed collection day and no later than 06.30 on collection day. The road must be accessible for large vehicles. If you have to use the pavement to put out your waste, the garden waste must not be placed in such a way as to restrict accessibility on the pavement/road. You must personally remove any debris left on the pavement no later than the day after collection.
To avoid misunderstandings, it is important that you place the garden waste so that it is clear what is to be collected.
For housing co-operatives/co-owner partnerships with larger amounts of garden waste – please phone Renovasjonen IKS (51 800 800).
The minimum amount for an order is 0.5 m³, which corresponds to about 5 bags (100 L). Maximum quantity per collection and household is 3 m³ (3x1x1 m3). Maximum weight per bag is 20 kilos.
Single branches should be no thicker than 10 cm, no longer than 2 m and weigh less than 20 kg.
There is an upper limit on the number of collections of 3 orders per year. The collection service is free of charge.
Waste that is not included in this system:
- Indoor plants
- Construction and demolition waste
- Furniture and wood products
Hazardous waste (Sandnes and Stavanger only)
Place hazardous and electric/electrical waste in the red container. The size of the container sets the limitations for the volume collected.
Examples of hazardous waste collected:
- chemicals (small quantities)
- cooking oil
- paint, glue
- white spirit, turpentine, methylated ethanol, paraffin
- oil filter
- spray cans
- cables and wires
Examples of EE waste collected:
- cellular phone
- electric shaver
- electric toothbrush
- smoke detectors
- children's shoes with lights
Hazardous waste should be kept in the original container. If another container is used, please mark contents clearly.
Please place the red container at the roadside – preferably on your own property – at the earliest the night before the agreed collection day and no later than 07.30 on collection day.
The volume we can collect is limited by the size of the red container. Please do not place any hazardous waste outside the container. If you miss the red container, please contact Servicetorget in Olav Kyrresgate 23 (tlf. 04005).
Some types of waste is not a part of this system, and should be delivered to the recycling center at Forus:
- polystyrene (construction)
- impregnated wood
- fire extinguisher
- asbestos (cover with plastic and close well)
- medicines (return to farmacy)
- needles (return to farmacy in safe container)
TIP: Empty plastic containers used for paint, glue, trowel, oil, washer fluid etc. can be returned with the regular collection for plastic packing. Empty metal containers are to be disposed of at the recycling center at Forus. Both plastic and metal containers should be empty and dry.
We collect clothes, textiles and shoes, including belts, table cloths, towels, curtains and linen. All textiles must be clean and dry before you put them in plastic bags.
Put the textiles in plastic bags. Remember to close the bag tightly to avoid the content being wet. Place the bags by the roadside, preferably on your own property, at the earliest the night before the agreed collection day and no later than 07.30 on collection day.
As a minimum, we collect one plastic bag (100 L). There are no limitations as to how many bags you can place by the road.