You must dispose of waste paper properly to enable it to be recycled.


What goes into the collection bin

Newspapers, brochures, booklets and envelopes.

What doesn’t go in the collection bin

Cardboard, folders, paper bags and drinks packaging.


Whether it’s for Christmas, Easter or an upcoming birthday: recycled wrapping paper is at least as well received as its counterpart, ordinary wrapping paper!


You can dispose of paper here

You can throw paper into your local waste paper collection point.


How paper is given new life

The waste paper is sorted, non-paper components such as plastic are removed and shredded, and the colour is then removed using a special process. After this, the pulp is smoothed, dried and rolled out into new paper.

Did you know?

Even book pages, i.e. content pages of a book, can go into the waste paper bin! You just need to remove the binding, consisting of the cover and spine, first.

Together for more recycling

Recycling protects the climate and conserves the Earth’s natural resources. That’s why we want to do our bit together with you.

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