Residual waste, organic waste and paper
In single-family homes, residual waste and vegetable, fruit and garden waste (GFT) are collected in the gray and green bin (mini containers). Old paper is collected separately.
Cure’s waste collection schedule contains the data on which residual waste, organic waste and paper are collected. There is also a handy WasteApp (not available via the MeerhovenApp) for your smartphone. Residents who can not use a mini container have (or get) access to an underground waste container.
Glass and plastic
In the Meerhoven shopping centre there are various underground glass and plastic collection containers. The containers are located at three locations: near Lidl, Jumbo and Albert Heijn. The clothing container is located near Lidl.
For coarse dirt, you can use the waste recycling point (milieustraat). The waste recycling point are free for residents of Eindhoven on presentation of the city pass. The nearest waste recycling point is located at Lodewijkstraat.
Het Goed Eindhoven collects your reusable items. You can hand in your goods at the store at Meerakkerweg 2 in Eindhoven. For residents of Eindhoven, Het Goed collects your goods at home for free. You can also contact Kringloopwinkel Stedencontact Bialystok at the Laagstraat in Eindhoven.
If you experience nuisance from rubbish in the street, please contact the municipality of Eindhoven. This can be done by telephone (14 040 or 040 238 6000), by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via the BuitenBeter app (www.buitenbeter.nl).