Clone of Waste centres

Imatge d'un camió a la deixalleria de La Sénia

Definition of waste centres

According to Law 6/1993, of 15 July, regulating waste, the landfill is defined as: "The center for the reception and storage, selective, of municipal waste that is not subject to home collection." To achieve preventive and participatory management, the landfill service must operate as a center for reuse and recovery of waste, and as an environmental education facility.


Waste centres

There are currently 12 waste centres in operation in the Montsià region, one per town, and in the Baix Ebre there is one in Tortosa, Roquetes, Deltebre, l'Ametlla de Mar, El Perelló, Ampolla, Camarles and Aldea, and one mobile for in the other small municipalities and the districts of Tortosa.

What waste should we take to the waste centres?

Special waste (toxic and hazardous) Municipal and assimilable waste (recoverable) Other waste (recoverable)
  • Tires
  • Fluorescents and mercury vapor lamps
  • Batteries / Solvents
  • Paints and varnishes
  • Batteries
  • Appliances containing dangerous substances (eg CFCs)
  • Used mineral oils
  • Radiographs
  • Paper and cardboard
  • Glass
  • Flat glass and mirrors
  • Plastics
  • Scrap metal and metals
  • Wood
  • Textile
  • Appliances
  • Remains of the construction of minor works
  • Green waste (pruning residues and gardening)
  • Bulky waste (furniture and others)