Wild garbage disposal Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

"Wild garbage" means waste that is illegally deposited in the open countryside, in forests or on streams, as well as in public places outside the designated waste bins. These can be, for example, household and bulky waste, construction waste, construction site waste, car wrecks, but also excess soil excavation (loosening and solid rocks that are excavated or removed during construction work). It is "wild waste" even if the waste has been covered with soil. The depositing of "wild garbage" is prohibited and constitutes an administrative offence. It can be fined. If the polluter of the "wild waste" can be identified, he will be charged for the disposal costs incurred.

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As a landowner, you usually also have to take care of the disposal of waste that has been deposited against your will on your property. Moreover, the public waste disposal authorities are responsible for the disposal of "wild waste".
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"Wild garbage" should be reported to the lower waste authority of your place of residence. The latter takes care of the disposal.

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