- You can put in containers: debris, wood materials, sand, earth, furniture, waste generated in daily life.
- You should not put in containers: tires, asbestos materials (slate), glass, cans of paint, batteries, baby batteries, household chemicals and liquids.
- Keep in mind that obtaining permits and approvals for placement of the container is the responsibility of the customer, and it bears responsibility for it.
- Customer must provide an appropriate location for the container, as well as the ability to deliver the container. Also, the customer is responsible to reduce, if possible, the risk of damage to the environment (sidewalks, green spaces, etc.) that can occur when placing the container.
- It is prohibited to burn the waste and debris placed in a container.
- It is prohibited to move or transport containers without permission or approval.
- Containers should not be intentionally damaged or repainted.
- Observe the limit of capacity and weight of the container. (To use the most of the container capacity and at the same time not to exceed the weight limitations, it is necessary to monitor the approximate weight of debris, namely: in large-volume containers the reclaimed materials generally should be easier. In the case of uncertainty, please consult our customer service by phone 29805880, 67257700 on choosing a container with the most suitable capacity.)