You can go to the waste recycling point (the landfill) for your bulk waste. Large quantities of waste such as construction and demolition waste and pruning waste can be brought to the waste recycling point. You can also dispose old refrigerators, (broken) household appliances and small chemical waste here.
- the first 12 times are free of charge for residents of the municipality of Eindhoven
- Admission only with your Cure enviromental pass
- Separating waste at the waste recycling points is mandatory
- Asbestos needs to be registered in advance
The waste recycling points will remain open during the corona pandemic according to regular opening hours. Due to the 1.5-metres physical distance rule, we only allow a limited number of visitors to the waste recycling points at the same time. This is in the interest of your safety and that of our employees. The waiting times can therefore be longer. We adhere to the RIVM guidelines at the waste recycling points.
Monday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Tuesday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Wednesday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Thursday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Friday: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Saturday: 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Closing days 2022
The waste recycling points are closed on:
- Easter Monday, 18 April
- King's Day, 27 April
- Ascension Day, 26 May
- Pentecost Monday, 6 June
- Christmas Days, 25 & 26 December
New Year's Day 2023, 1 January
On Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve, the waste recycling points close at 4.00 pm.
Companies can no longer use any of the Cure recyclepoints.
Freely accessible for residents of Eindhoven
Upon presentation of your Cure enviromental pass, both waste recycling points are 12 times a year freely accessible for residents of Eindhoven.
If a resident cannot drop off waste at the waste recycling point, it is possible to have someone else do it. You (or the person who wants to dispose of the waste on your behalf) must use a valid Cure enviromental card.
Consider, for example, the disposing of belongings:
- of a deceased person;
- of elderly or disabled people who are not (or no longer) mobile;
- of people who are going to live in a care home.
If you don't have transport to go to the waste recycling point, you can choose to let Cure pick up your waste at home for a fee.
Separating waste at the waste recycling point
At the waste recycling point, you must dispose of your separated waste in the appropriate containers. If you do not know the correct category for your waste, you can always ask for help from one of the managers.
- Used engine oil (max. 5 litres)
- Asbestos (please register at least one day before your visit, check the rules)
- Materials similar to asbestos: corrugated sheets, vermiculite sheets (please note: mostly the same rules apply as for asbestos)
- Passenger car tyres, max. 4 pieces (no truck or tractor tires)
- Hard plastics
- Iron / metals
- Deceased pets (small)
- Small Chemical Waste (maximum 0.5 m³ per visit, including latex and paint)
- Paper and cardboard
- Plaster (boards)
- Roofing (bitumen, also called tar)
- Mattresses (max. 3 per visit)
- Glass bottles and jars
- Sheet glass
- Textiles, footwear
- Electronics and appliances:
refrigerators, televisions, etc.
- Garden waste
- Construction and demolition waste
- Bulk household waste
- Soil (not chemically contaminated)
House rules waste recycling point
- Milieustraat Acht and Lodewijkstraat are free of charge for a max of 12 times a year for residents of Eindhoven (from 18 years) with a valid Cure enviromental pass
- From the 13th visit onwards you must pay €20,- per visit. Only PIN transactions are available
- Accessible for vehicles with a total weight including payload of up to 3500 kg
- You may hand in a maximum of 2m3 of waste per visit
- An employee assesses the delivered waste materials. Make sure that the material is visible on delivery
- You must separate and deposit the waste in the apporopriate containers/cisterns
- Always follow the instructions of the employees
- The administrator may ask you for your ID. The following data can be registered:
- Name, address and place of residence of the visitor
- Vehicle registration number
- Composition and quantity of the waste offered
- The allowed maximum speed on the waste recycling point is 15 km per hour
- Persons under the age of 12 are not allowed to leave the vehicle
- Entering the waste recycling point is at your own risk
- The municipality of Eindhoven and Cure Afvalbeheer are not liable for any damage