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10m³ closed container - construction and demolition waste

Rent a closed 10m³ construction and demolition waste container from Spelt Afvalcontainer including VAT, delivery and collection costs and 8 weeks rental. This container is suitable for various types of construction waste.



For which waste is a closed 10m³ construction and demolition waste container suitable?

During a renovation, a lot of demolition waste is often released. For example, wood, insulation material and glass. You may deposit all these materials in the closed 10m³ container for construction and demolition waste. A closed container is suitable for inner-city areas because others cannot deposit waste in your container. A construction and demolition waste container may be used for the following types of waste.


Not permitted

Roof waste (without asbestos, max. 5%) Batteries and accumulators
Plaster Asbestos
Glass Asbestos-like material (corrugated sheets)
Wood (impregnated) Car tires
Insulation material (max. 5%) Chemical waste (paint, sealant)
Plastics Soil
Metal Refrigerators and freezers
Paper and cardboard Mattresses
Rubble and stone (max 50%) Liquids
Carpet (max. 5%) Sand


When to rent a closed 10m³ construction and demolition waste container?

If you have a large renovation or refurbishment project ahead of you, the closed 10m³ construction and demolition waste container is the right container for your job. For even bigger renovations, we also have 12m³ containers. For smaller renovations we also have 3m³ and 6m³ containers. Do you think that a closed 10m³ container is a good size for your renovation? Then you can order this directly online.

What happens to my waste?

When the rental period for the 10m³ closed construction and demolition waste container is over, we will pick up the container from your home. Is the container full sooner? Then it can also be collected earlier. After the container has been collected, we start dividing your waste into as many residual streams as possible. For each of these waste streams we look for a sustainable new destination. For example, your demolition waste can be used as fuel or as foundation material in the construction of roads.