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Waste and recycling

Household waste collection days

Household waste collect in Wiesviller, is done every Monday between 05:00 and 12:00, except Mondays which are public holidays. A replacement date will be communicated a few days in advance.

Distribution of multi-flow bags

Multiflux sorting bags (blue, orange and green) must be take back during the hours provided by the Sydème in the municipalities multi-flow permanence. With your Sydem'Pass card, you can take back multi-flow bags by going to any distribution center held in the municipalities of the Agglo territory.
Note: A bi-annual multi-flow bags grant is awarded per household.
If a user does not have the possibility of going to a permanence, he can give his Sydeme'Pass card to a third person.

Information: During these distributions, the Sydème also collects old pairs of used glasses, batteries and x-rays pictures.

  • Glasses: the old pairs of used glasses collected in multi-flow permanence are given to the Lions Club of Saint-Avold and then shipped to Third World countries.

  • Batteries: Cells and small batteries are hazardous waste, but they are made up mainly of metals which are recyclable very well.

  • Silver x-rays: The x-rays collected pictures in multi-flow permanence are given to the Lions Club in Bouzonville in order to be recycled.

Find all the useful information about household waste management under the URL:

http://www.agglo-sarreguemines.fr/lenvironnement/la-collecte-des-dechets/

For more information call 0800 19 18 80.

Multi-flow collection

The objectives of multi-flow collection
  1. reduce the production of household and similar waste.

  2. increase the recycling proportion (material and organic) of household waste and packaging.

  3. increase the flow of waste that NOT go to the long term storage place and/or incineration.

 

In order to meet these objectives, the Community of Agglomeration Sarreguemines Confluences implements the collection of household waste sorted at source, called "simultaneous multi-flow collection" . Thus, our waste is no longer waste but becomes a recoverable energy. With this new collection method, our bio-waste, our recyclables as well as our residual waste are collected together, once a week, in the household waste bin.

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How to properly sort my waste?

However, care must be taken to sort the three types of waste, which will therefore be associated with a bag color:

  • orange for recyclables , what to put in the orange bag

    • Papers, newspapers, magazines, printed matter (prospectuses), catalogs.

    • Plastic packaging: plastic bottles and vials.

    • Cardboard packaging: cardboard boxes, soup or milk type food cartons, cardboard boxes, large folded cardboard boxes.

    • Metal packaging: cans, aluminum trays, cans, aerosols.

  • green for bio-waste , what to put in the green bag

    • Leftover meal preparations (eg fruit and vegetable peels) and food leftovers (leftover meat, fish, eggshells, etc.).

    • Soiled papers: handkerchiefs, paper towels, cardboard plates, small pieces of paper, torn papers and small cardboard boxes.

    • Small green waste: indoor plants, faded flowers.

    • Coffee filters with their grounds, used tea bags.

  • blue for residual waste , what to put in the blue bag

    • Food films and trays, plastic bags and sachets, butter / cream / yogurt pots.

    • Broken dishes, used sponges, broken toys, clay pots.

    • Cleaning wipes, diapers, comb, contents of the bathroom bin (make-up removing discs, ...).

    • Mineral waste (crustacean shells, cat litter, ...).

Multi-flow collection

How to properly sort my waste?

However, care must be taken to sort the three types of waste, which will therefore be associated with a bag color:

  • orange for recyclables , what to put in the orange bag

    • Papers, newspapers, magazines, printed matter (prospectuses), catalogs.

    • Plastic packaging: plastic bottles and vials.

    • Cardboard packaging: cardboard boxes, soup or milk type food cartons, cardboard boxes, large folded cardboard boxes.

    • Metal packaging: cans, aluminum trays, cans, aerosols.

  • green for bio-waste , what to put in the green bag

    • Leftover meal preparations (eg fruit and vegetable peels) and food leftovers (leftover meat, fish, eggshells, etc.).

    • Soiled papers: handkerchiefs, paper towels, cardboard plates, small pieces of paper, torn papers and small cardboard boxes.

    • Small green waste: indoor plants, faded flowers.

    • Coffee filters with their grounds, used tea bags.

  • blue for residual waste , what to put in the blue bag

    • Food films and trays, plastic bags and sachets, butter / cream / yogurt pots.

    • Broken dishes, used sponges, broken toys, clay pots.

    • Cleaning wipes, diapers, comb, contents of the bathroom bin (make-up removing discs, ...).

    • Mineral waste (crustacean shells, cat litter, ...).

Other recyclable household waste

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You can deposit textiles, paper or glass , in VOLUNTARY SUPPLY POINTS

Located near homes, these delivery points (containers) not only lighten the orange bag intended for recyclable waste but also preserve the quality of sorting.

 

Note: Glass bottles, jars and jars (clear and colored glass) are recyclable. Once emptied, you can put them in the glass container (without their capsules and caps).

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You will find on Wiesviller two places of voluntary supply points:

  • Forest street (Rotenberg housing estate)

  • Multipurpose hall parking (village center)

Collecting bulky items

Bulky Objects are household waste that is too heavy or too large to be taken care of as part of the usual household waste collection and which cannot be loaded into passenger vehicles to be deposited in a recycling center.

Conditions for picking up bulky items

 

IMPORTANT: In order to benefit from free collection of bulky items, you MUST contact the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community on 0800 19 18 80 in order to register and indicate the list of waste that will be presented during collection. . A pickup date will be communicated to you.

This service can be contacted during office hours and will answer all your questions.

Bulky items must be presented at the edge of public roads to facilitate loading. It is forbidden for our agents to enter private property.

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Recycling centers

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This service is offered to the inhabitants of the Agglomeration Community to allow them to get rid of bulky or special objects. 5 recycling centers are available to households in Sarreguemines (Folpersviller) in Woustviller, in Rouhling, in Zetting and Sarralbe.

Equipment for improving the living environment

To get rid of some of your waste, do not throw it in nature: you can take it to the waste collection centers that the Sarreguemines Confluences Agglomeration Community puts at your disposal.

For glass, and paper / fine cardboard, you must put it in the VOLUNTARY SUPPLY POINTS containers made available to you in all the municipalities of the Agglomeration Community.

This free service is offered to all households on presentation of their Sydem'pass card.

THE SYDEM'PASS CARD: how to get it?

The Sydem'Pass card is a credit card type card that allows you, during municipalities multi-flow permanence, to take back rolls of multi-flow bags (or during office hours at the CASC premises), The Sydem'Pass card allow also to access recycling centers.

Find all the useful information concerning the management of household waste under the URL:

http://www.agglo-sarreguemines.fr/lenvironnement/les-decheteries/

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Household waste

Who is in charge of our waste?

The Mixed Syndicate for the transport and treatment of household waste in Moselle-Est (Sydeme) was created in June 1998. It now brings together 14 inter-municipal authorities. Two communities in Bas-Rhin (Alsace) are also members of Sydeme. The latter brings together 298 municipalities and nearly 400,000 inhabitants, ie a production of some 160,000 tonnes of household waste per year.

The Sydeme's mission is:

  • Transportation,

  • The treatment,

  • Valuation,

 

household and similar waste, collected on its territory by the inter-municipal structures that constitute it. It is thus implementing a global waste management plan, in accordance with the Departmental Plan for the Elimination of Household and Similar Waste (PDEDMA) of Moselle. These local communities have come together with the aim of bringing together, in the medium term, a coherent and well-thought-out solution to the complex problem of managing their household waste.


The Sydeme created in July 2003 its own agency with legal personality and financial autonomy called Ecotri Moselle-Est. It operates the facilities and equipment set up by Sydeme, including the methanization center based in Morsbach.


The Sydeme now produces its own Multiflux bags in its clothing factory located in the technopole area of Forbach Sud.

Notes: In order to guarantee precise and continuously up-to-date information, we have preferred to integrate the site of the partner / provider of this service into our site. If, however, this should cause discomfort to reading or viewing, you can directly open the partner site, with the following link: https://www.sydeme.fr/

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