Asbestos is a material that was formerly used in building materials, such as in corrugated sheets and cement. Nowadays asbestos can no longer be used because it contains carcinogenic substances. Often the material is still present in older homes, for example in roofs, facades or window sills.
How is the waste collected?
If you have less than 35 m² of asbestos to dispose, you should wrap it in two layers of plastic and take it to one of the waste recycling points (milieustraten in Dutch). Unpacked of badly packed asbestos is NOT accepted.
Report in advance
Report the asbestos-containing material before your visit to Cure Customer Service, due to the capacity on the waste recycling points. There is only limited space available.
Residents of Valkenswaard
Residents of the municipality of Valkenswaard must bring a demolition notice. For this, you can visit www.omgevingsloket.nl (Dutch only).
You must also report the SLM number, demolition notification number if you contact Customer Service.
- Asbestos, with a max of 35 m², can be turned in at a waste recycling point.
- Report the asbestos to Cure Customer Service before going to the waste recycling point.
- Residents of the municipality of Valkenswaard must bring the demolition report to the waste recycyling point
- Unpacked or badly packed asbestos is NOT accepted
- Never dispose asbestos with other waste, because it is too dangerous!
"Asbestos-free corrugated sheets that looks like asbestos corrugated steets should be packed before turning them in at the waste recycling point."