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6m³ container - green and garden waste

Rent a 6m³ container for green and garden waste? At Afvalcontainer Holland you can easily order this handy container for all your garden waste online for 8 weeks.

209,-

209,-

Rent a 6m³ container for green and garden waste

Are you going to work hard in your garden? Then you can rent a 6m³ green waste container for the waste from your garden. If you mainly need to release soil for your job, we recommend a 3m³ or 6m³ soil container. Not all waste from your garden is allowed in the green waste container. Check here which waste you may deposit in the container.

Allowed

Not permitted

Leaves Castellated
Flowers and plants Tree trunks or stumps
Tree Trunks Food scraps
Grass(turf) Ground
Branches and bushes Japanese knotweed
Garden and pruning waste Debris
Reed
Garden wood and posts
Sweeping dirt and sand
Contamination of plastic, paper, glass and stones

 

A 6m³ green waste container is suitable for a major renovation of a small garden or annual chores in a large garden. Do you have a smaller job ahead of you? Then our 3m³ garden waste container should be big enough. To calculate which container is most suitable, you can use the following rule of thumb: 10 full wheelbarrows of 100 liters fit into 1m³. So the 6m³ green waste container has about the same volume as 60 full wheelbarrows. Think carefully about the amount of garden waste that will be released during your job.

Collection of your 6m³ green waste container

After the rental period of 8 weeks, the container will be collected from your home. Should the container be full sooner, we can also collect the container sooner. At Afvalcontainer Holland, we value the recycling of your waste. Fortunately, green and garden waste is completely reusable. After we have collected the container, we get to work processing the contents into compost. So your green waste stays green.