Construction waste container
Construction and demolition waste are waste streams that are created after the (re)construction, renovation or demolition of a building or premises. It is waste that is released during the job or what remains after the job is completed.
What is allowed in a construction waste container?
- Roof waste (without asbestos, max. 5%)
- Green waste
- Wood (impregnated)
- Insulation material (max. 5%)
- Paper and cardboard
- Rubble and stone
- Carpet (max. 5%)
- Batteries and accumulators
- Asbestos-like material (corrugated sheets)
- Car tires
- Chemical waste (paint, sealant)
- Refrigerators and freezers
Why rent your construction waste container from Spelt Afvalcontainer?
- Ordered today (11:59 p.m.), is delivered the next business day
- All-in prices include: incl. VAT, delivery, collection and 8 weeks rental
- Spelt, will be fine!
View the most frequently asked questions
What size container do I need?
Find more information to help you choose the right size container here .
When can my container be delivered?
If you order today, we can deliver the container the next business day. In addition, you can also specify another day for delivery.
What should I look for when renting a construction waste container?
- Check with your municipality to see if you need a permit to place a container in a public parking lot.
- Choose a closed container if you don't want others to be able to dump waste into your container.
- Do not fill the waste container higher than the rim.
Want to know what else to look out for or have other questions? Then be sure to get in touch with us. We'd be happy to help! You can also find more information in the blog article 6 tips on renting a dumpster.
Do I need to be present when placing or picking up the container?
No, this is not necessary. If you did not provide any placement information in the comments, the driver will choose the best place for the container. In the remarks section you can also indicate that you would like to be called before placement. Please make sure that the container is freely accessible for the driver when removing it. Also take into account that you do not load the container too full, in any case not higher than the edge.