If you would like to report "wild garbage", please contact the lower waste authority of your city or district.
Wild rubbish" is waste that is illegally dumped in the open countryside, in forests or along streams and in public places outside the designated waste containers.
This can be, for example, household and bulky waste, building rubble, building site waste, car wrecks, but also excess excavated soil (loose and solid rock excavated or removed during construction work). It is also "wild waste" if the waste has been covered with soil.
Depositing "wild garbage" is prohibited and constitutes a misdemeanor. It can be punished with a fine.
If the perpetrator of the "wild garbage" can be identified, he will be charged for the disposal costs incurred.