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  • Includes 8 weeks rental
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3m³ container - wood

Want to rent a 3m³ wood container? At Spelt Afvalcontainer you can easily order this container for various types of wood waste online for 8 weeks.



For which waste is a 3m³ wood container suitable?

Many jobs around the house can generate wood waste. Many people replace their wooden doors and window frames or get rid of old wooden furniture and pallets. These materials may all be disposed of in the 3m³ container for wood waste. Not all types of wood are allowed in this container. In the table you can see what is allowed and what is not.



Not permitted

Doors and frames Garden wood (impregnated)
Painted wood Glass and plastic
Laminate Fences
Unpainted wood Trimmings
Glued wood Burn wood
Rotten wood

When to rent a 3m³ wood container?

In the 3m³ wood container you can put about the contents of three trailers with wood waste. We advise you to carefully consider whether this size container is large enough for your renovation. Do you think you have more wood waste? Then the 6m³ wood container may be a better option. This container fits the contents of 6 trailers. For even bigger renovations we also have 10m³ and 12m³ containers. Do you think that a 3m³ container is big enough for your renovation? Then you can order it directly here. In order to get as much wood waste into the 3m³ container as possible, we recommend making the furniture pieces as small as possible and placing the boards horizontally in the container.

What happens to my wood waste?

When the 8-week rental period for the 3m³ wood container is over, we will collect the container from your home. Should the container be full earlier, it is no problem to pick it up earlier. At Spelt Waste Container, we believe it is very important to recycle waste whenever possible. After collecting your wood waste, we immediately start recycling it. Wood can be small or shredded and then reused as raw material in the wood industry.