Waste collection for holiday homes

Waste collection for holiday homes

All holiday homes must be registered with the household waste-collection scheme. This registration obligation is stipulated in the municipal household waste-collection regulations.

Select the size of your waste bin

Every household has the option of selecting the size of waste bin they prefer and the frequency with which it should be emptied. You can choose from a plastic bag holding 110 litres, a bin holding 140, 180 or 240 litres, or a mini-container holding 400 or 600 litres. Select here: Self-service.

Collection schemes

Collection: you have three options
Individual holiday-home owners are free to choose whether they want their waste to be collected every week all year round, 26 times a year or 34 times a year. Unfortunately the calendar is only available in Danish. Calendar for waste collection in holiday-home areas. It is also possible for holiday-home owners with year-round permission to select fortnightly collection.

Paper and cardboard
Recycling bins have been set up throughout holiday-home areas where you can deposit your cardboard and paper.

Access to the bin
There are rules for where you may place your waste bin. It must be freely accessible to waste collectors. Access to the waste bin

Extra red rubbish bags
If you have too much household waste, this must be put into one of REFA's red rubbish bags. Put your filled bags next to your bin and we will take them the next time we collect your waste.  If you need red bags, they can be bought at the recycling centres and selected retail shops.


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