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

The disposal of waste and thus also of household waste / residual waste from private households as well as other disposal waste from other areas of origin is the task of the districts and district-free cities.

The disposal of waste from private households and other disposal waste from other areas of origin is the responsibility of the public waste disposal authorities (districts and independent cities). Regulations on the applicable waste disposal system and individual provisions are laid down in the statutes. This includes, among other things, information on waste charges, garbage containers (prescribed size of the garbage can, ordering option), waste calendar (collection intervals, route plans of the pollutant mobiles), collection and delivery systems for various waste (e.B. green waste, e-scrap, paper), disposal of organic waste, bulky waste disposal and the types of waste approved for disposal in the grey bin.

Please ask the public waste disposal authority responsible for you which documents you have to submit.

Query with the public waste disposal authorities required

Preconditions

Query with the public waste disposal authorities required

Hints

Weitere Informationen zur Abfallentsorgung sowie Ansprechpartner für den Bereich Abfallwirtschaft finden Sie im Landesportal "Landwirtschaft und Umwelt Schleswig-Holstein".

  • Waste management

Circular Economy Act (KrWG)

Local statutes of the districts and district-free cities (usually separated by waste disposal statute and waste fee statute, published on the Internet or the official Anzeiger/Kreisblatt)

Related Links

  • § 20 Circular Economy Act (KrWG)
  • State Waste Management Act (LAbfWG)

Query with the public waste disposal authorities required

Responsible for the content
Ministry of Agriculture and Environment Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania

Last update or date of publication
28.09.2020