Further disruptions in the collection of bags

31/01/2020

Due to the continuation of a strike action by one of the trade unions, collections of white and yellow bags are disrupted this Friday, January 31.  The municipalities concerned are:

White bags

  • Anderlecht: +/- 70% have been collected
  • Berchem: 100% have been collected
  • Evere: 100% have been collected
  • Ganshoren: 100% have been collected
  • Haeren : 100% have been collected
  • Jette: +/- 95% have been collected
  • Koekelberg: 100% have been collected
  • Molenbeek: +/- 95% have been collected
  • Woluwe-Saint-Lambert: +/- 60% have been collected
  • Woluwe-Saint-Pierre: +/- 95% have been collected

Some streets of Schaerbeek and Etterbeek collected on Friday have not been collected this morning.

Yellow bags

  • Anderlecht:+/- 70% have been collected
  • Berchem Sainte-Agathe:+/- 85% have been collected
  • Evere:+/- 95% have been collected
  • Ganshoren: +/-30% have been collected
  • Haeren : +/- 95 % have been collected
  • Jette: +/- 10% have been collected
  • Koekelberg:+/- 85% have been collected
  • Molenbeek:+/- 85% have been collected
  • Woluwe-Saint-Lambert: +/- 95% have been collected
  • Woluwe-Saint-Pierre: 100 % have been collected

The citizens whose bags have not been collected are asked, if at all possible, to take their bags inside until the next collection dates:

  • White bags : Tuesday 4 February.
  • Yellow bags : Friday 7 February.

The General Manager of Bruxelles-Propreté apologises for the inconvenience encountered by the inhabitants of the concerned neighbourhoods.

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Disruptions in bags collections

30/01/2020

Due to a strike action by one of the trade unions, collections of white and yellow bags are disrupted this Thursday, January 30.

The municipalities concerned are:

White bags

  • Brussels « Pentagone » :+/- 70% will be collected
  • Brussels  Louise :+/- 50% will be collected
  • Forest :+/- 75% will be collected
  • Ixelles :+/- 50% will be collected
  • Laeken :+/- 50% will be collected
  • NOH :+/- 80% will be collected
  • Saint-Gilles :+/- 90% will be collected
  • Uccle :+/- 98% will be collected

Yellow bags

  • Brussels canal :100% will be collected
  • Forest :+/- 85% will be collected
  • Laeken :+/- 40% will be collected
  • NOH :+/- 80% will be collected
  • Uccle :+/- 35% will be collected

The citizens whose bags have not been collected are asked, if at all possible, to take their bags inside until the next collection dates:

  • White bags: Monday 3 February
  • Yellow bags: Thursday 6 February

The General Manager of Bruxelles-Propreté apologises for the inconvenience encountered by the inhabitants of the concerned neighbourhoods.

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Disruption of bag collections

28/01/2020

Due to the national demonstration, the collections of white and blue bags are disrupted this Tuesday, January 28.
The municipalities concerned are:
 
  • White bags:
Anderlecht: +/- 75% of collections were insured
Berchem: +/- 70% of collections were insured
Evere: +/- 80% of collections were insured
Haren: +/- 40% of collections were insured
Ganshoren: +/- 80% of collections were insured
Koekelberg: +/- 75% of collections were insured
Jette: +/- 60% of collections were insured
Molenbeek: +/- 80% of collections were insured
Woluwe-Saint-Lambert: +/- 90% of collections were insured
Woluwe-Saint-Pierre: +/- 95% of collections were insured
 
  • Blue bags
Anderlecht: +/- 70% of collections were insured
Berchem: +/- 80% of collections were insured
Evere: +/- 90% of collections were insured
Haren: +/- 60% of collections were insured
Ganshoren: +/- 30% of collections were insured
Koekelberg: 100% of collections were insured
Jette: +/- 10% of collections were insured
Molenbeek: +/- 95% of collections were insured
Woluwe Saint-Lambert: +/- 80% of collections were insured
Woluwe-Saint-Pierre: 100% of collections were insured
 
Residents whose bags have not been collected are invited, as far as possible, to return their bags until the next collection.
White bags: Friday January 31
Blue bags: Tuesday February 4
 
All Recypark stores are open this morning.
 
Aware of the difficulties encountered by the inhabitants of certain districts, the Directorate-General of Bruxelles-Propreté begs them to accept their apologies for these disturbances.

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Christmas tree collection

06/01/2020

In 2020, as in previous years, Christmas trees will be collected at the same time as garden waste. To find out the days for collecting garden waste, residents can download their collection calendar from www.bruxelles-proprete.be or consult the Recycle app!
 
Bruxelles-Propreté asks Brussels residents to remove the pot and all decorations. The wooden cross must not be removed.
 
The trees will be sent to Bruxelles-Compost for recycling into compost which, due to its high acidity, will be mixed with compost from other origins. Note, however, that fir compost is particularly suitable for flowering shrubs such as rhododendron, which needs acidity to "express itself".
 
This is a collection not to be missed: the obligation to sort waste also applies to Christmas trees!
 
Please note: an artificial Christmas tree is not compostable, it is considered a bulky household item and must be brought to Recypark.

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