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3m³ container - clean rubble

Renting a 3m³ rubble container? At Spelt Afvalcontainer you can easily order this convenient container for stony materials online for 8 weeks.



What waste can be put in a 3m³ rubble container?

Are you going to do a small renovation that involves a lot of stony materials? You can use a 3m³ container for rubble for the following types of rubble waste:


Not permitted

Concrete rubble Aerated concrete
Masonry Debris Plaster
Garden Tiles Asbestos
Tiles Soot pollutants
Limestone Roof Gravel
Clinkers / Pavement Plastic bags
Garden Gravel Soil / sand
Stone Wood
Bathroom and kitchen tiles


This container is very suitable for renovations where old bathroom tiles, concrete or walls are demolished. A 3m³ rubble container is usually large enough for the waste that is generated when rebuilding a bathroom. A larger renovation ahead of you? We also have a 6m³ rubble container which is very suitable for a slightly larger renovation. If your container is full, you can easily order a new one. We will pick up the old container and bring a new one along at the same time. Do you expect that during your renovation other materials than stony rubble will be released? Then you may want to opt for our construction and demolition container. In this container, in addition to stony rubble, other remodeling waste is also permitted. This type of container is available in five different sizes, including 3 m³.

Why rent a 3m³ rubble container from Spelt Afvalcontainer?

The 3m³ rubble container is for rent from Spelt Afvalcontainer including 8 weeks of rental and delivery and collection costs. In addition, the price includes VAT. Do you need a container quickly? If you order before 15:00, the container will be delivered the very next working day. Spelt Afvalcontainer finds it very important that waste is recycled whenever possible. Fortunately, permitted debris waste is completely recyclable. After the container is collected from your home, the debris is broken into small pieces. This residue is called mixed granulate and can be reused as foundation material for roads, for example. This way, your waste gets a good new use.