Combustible waste

How to sort

Combustible waste includes waste that cannot be recycled, for example:

  • Torn clothes and shoes and other textiles as well as rags
  • Diapers and sanitary towels, including biodegradable ones
  • Light bulbs, halogen lamps, fuses
  • Plasters, dish cloths, dust bags
  • Make-up products and other cosmetics, cosmetics jars and tubes containing some of the product
  • CD and vinyl records, C-cassettes, video tapes and their cases
  • Plastic items, for example, toys, buckets, sleds, dishes made of plastic
  • Small amounts of broken ceramics, crockery or porcelain*
  • Glass tableware, e.g., drinking glasses and heat resistant glass such as coffee maker pots, oven pans as well as crystal*
  • Small mirrors
  • Ashes (cooled down) and other dusty materials packaged in a waste bag and some other wrapper
  • Other smallish non-combustible materials, such as sauna stove stones.*

Maximum of 5 kg per every emptying time of the waste bin. Take larger amounts to the waste collection station.