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Where to take non recyclable stuff

I am busy decluttering my apartment and I am unsure about where to take stuff that is not recycling.

I checked my Langnau am Albis website but it doesn’t say anything about non recycled stuff eg: huge sheets of Plastik.

I know that I can put it into those expensive zuri bags but isn’t there a place I can go with my car with all non recyclable?
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Re: Where to take non recyclable stuff

Probably you want to check "Entsorgungspark".
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Re: Where to take non recyclable stuff

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I am busy decluttering my apartment and I am unsure about where to take stuff that is not recycling.

I checked my Langnau am Albis website but it doesn’t say anything about non recycled stuff eg: huge sheets of Plastik.

I know that I can put it into those expensive zuri bags but isn’t there a place I can go with my car with all non recyclable?
I think the closest recycling centre to your location is in Adliswil

Tüfistrasse 2, 8134 Adliswil.

Happy decluttering and recycling!


Edit> careful it's closed today and on every Sunday of course. Next it will be open tomorrow:

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Re: Where to take non recyclable stuff

I assume you have a car. The Tüfi in Adliswil you drive in, the staff will direct you with what you have - tell you which container to throw things in.



The cost is quite cheap, and you can pay by card or cash. Car load 20-40 chf, but for just a few things, we got charged $5.
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