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Getting rid of rubbish...

Does anybody know what I'm supposed to do with old electrical appliances? I have a kettle, toaster, fan (just small stuff), which I need to chuck out.

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Old 02.07.2008, 12:26
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Re: Getting rid of rubbish...

you should have a recycling place in the the villiage or town you live in you can take them there, if you don't know where it is ask at the gemeinde and they will tell you....
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Rubbish/Waste/Recycling

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Old 02.07.2008, 12:43
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Re: Getting rid of rubbish...

You can also take it to an interdiscount or the like, any place where they sell such stuff, regardless of whether you bought it there. Disposal is free of charge.
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You can also take it to an interdiscount or the like, any place where they sell such stuff, regardless of whether you bought it there. Disposal is free of charge.
Thanks! there's an Interdiscount round the corner, so I'll pop in there.
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