Bio-waste guide

Sorting bio-waste is an important environmental act. It's also very easy: all you have to do is put your biowaste in a bag and sort it into its own bin. From this waste we get biogas for fuel. It also becomes biofertiliser, which is used to naturally fertilise the arable land.

Biowaste is used to produce renewable biogas that reduces carbon dioxide emissions. It also produces biofertilisers that return important nutrients back to the land.

Now we care for our planet!

Bio-waste guide
  • Sort your bio-waste
  • Throw the bag in the bio-waste bin
  • Done!

Yes, please! This waste can be put in a bag:

Of course, the food you eat should end up in your stomach, but the rest of the waste belongs in the biowaste bag. For example...

  • Meat offal and bones
  • Fruit and vegetable peelings
  • Cheeses & cold cuts
  • Remains of fish and crustaceans
  • Eggshells
  • Coffee grounds, coffee filters, tea leaves and tea bags
  • Used paper towels


No thanks! These do not belong in a biowaste bag:

  • Chewing gum
  • Ash
  • Cigarette butts
  • Plastic bags and packaging
  • Dust bags
  • Diapers, bandages & tampons
  • Medicines
  • Mould and sand
  • Chemicals
  • Cat litter
  • Dog faeces
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