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Houshold rubbish
Household rubbish should be in sacks and deposited in the appropriate bins situated around the commune. The bins are emptied on Mondays.
You must not leave your household rubbish at the recycling point or leave things lying on the ground around the containers.

For recyclable waste you have at your disposal three containers on the square. 

(direction Marizy D33).

  • The Yellow container: All plastic containers without their lids and caps, metal cans, food cartons.

  • The Bleu container: Newspapers, magazines and publicity brochures without plastic wrapping.

  • The Green container: Glass bottles and jars without corks, caps and lids.

It is not desirable to leave bags, glassware or cardboard boxes next to these containers. This results in litter.

And at the Recycling Centre at Charolles: 
Scrap metal, cardboard boxes, catalogues, books, broken glass, used oil, wood, garden waste, batteries, cleaning products, DIY waste, car batteries, electrical appliances, shoes, clothes, furniture, radiators, beds, chairs, sofas, mattresses, bicycles, stoneware, rubble, polystyrene packaging, all types of light bulbs, aerosols cans, all electrical and electronic equipment ...

Most of the waste is accepted, except for drugs, to be brought to the pharmacies and syringe needles to be deposit at DASRI, Community of Municipalities of the Canton of Charolles.

You will find the tip just outside the town of Charolles on the old road to Macon after the AVIA service station and is open on:

  • Monday: 9:00 to 12:00.

  • Wednesday: 14:00 to 18:00.

  • Thursday: 14:00 to 18:00.

  • Friday: 14:00 to 18:00.

  • Saturday: 9:00 to 12:00 and 13:30 to 18.:00. 

Tel.: 03 85 24 17 00

The tip is open to: 

  • People from the Community of Municipalities of the Canton of Charolais.

  • Artisans and merchants residing in the territory of the canton of Charolais.

It is necessary to emphasize the importance of recycling so that things can be disposed of responsibly in the appropriate places.

Regarding the new regulations on burning garden waste, a leaflet is available at the Town Hall.
It is strictly forbidden to burn plastics, rubber and used oils ...

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