Municipality of Waalre

Contact details and opening hours

  • Phone number: +31 40 22 82 500
  • E-mail:
  • Address: Koningin Julianalaan 19, 5582 JV Waalre
Opening hours this week
Monday 23 November8.30 - 12.30 hour8.30 - 17.00 hour
Tuesday 24 NovemberClosed8.30 - 17.00 hour
Wednesday 25 November8.30 - 12.30 hour8.30 - 17.00 hour
Thursday 26 November13.30 - 19.30 hour8.30 - 17.00 hour
Friday 27 November (today)Closed8.30 - 12.30 hour
Saturday 28 NovemberClosedClosed
Sunday 29 NovemberClosedClosed
Opening hours next week
Monday 30 November8.30 - 12.30 hour8.30 - 17.00 hour
Tuesday 1 DecemberClosed8.30 - 17.00 hour
Wednesday 2 December8.30 - 12.30 hour8.30 - 17.00 hour
Thursday 3 December13.30 - 19.30 hour8.30 - 17.00 hour
Friday 4 DecemberClosed8.30 - 12.30 hour
Saturday 5 DecemberClosedClosed
Sunday 6 DecemberClosedClosed


Do you need to visit a Public Service desk to arrange your municipal affairs? Then you need to make an appointment in advance. You can make an appointment online (Dutch only) or call 040- 22 82 500.

Holland Expat Center

Holland Expat Center South helps highly skilled migrants and their families settle in and familiarize themselves within their new living and working environment. The Expat Center offers information about procedures, housing, taxation and insurance etcetera.

Domestic waste collection

Citizens in Waalre can separate various materials. Examples are nappies, drinks cartons (for milk, juice, yoghurt etc) and metal packaging (such as cans, canned goods and wrappings).

In addition some materials are collected more frequently, such as organic waste in the summer months (green GFT bin) and the so called ‘tuinkorven’ (small garden waste disposal sites scattered all over the municipality) in the spring and autumn months.

By separating materials the amount of residual waste in the grey bin (so called grey kliko container) is less and therefore the collection is less frequently. More information (in Dutch) can be found in the ‘waste calendar’ (by entering your zipcode and house number).

In the table below the most common materials are listed, sorted by category including the way of collection.

Domestic waste collection Waalre
Materials What? Collection
GFT, organics (green bin)
  • peels and other remains of vegetables, fruit and potatoes, coffee filters, cheese crusts, old bread, egg shells, peanuts, nuts, nutschells
  • teabags and tea leaves, corks, cut flowers and indoor plants
  • small ammounts of garden clippings, garden plants, straw, hay, sawdust, grass and leaves
  • large garden clippings and branches
Every week during the summer in the months June, July and August (door to door collection)
Garden waste (Dutch: Tuinkorven)
  • small amounts of garden clippings, garden plants, straw, hay, grass and leaves
  • large garden clippings and branches
Ten weeks during spring and autumn months (public domain). See waste calender for exact dates.
Nappies and incontinence material
  • nappies, diapers, hygienic wipes and incontinence materials
Containers in public areas (five containers near shopping centres)
Plastics, metals and drinks cartons ('PMD' yellow bag)
  • plastic packaging, drink cartons (mik, juice, yoghurt) and metals (canned food and drinks)
Once every two weeks (door to door collection)
  • clothes (also torn), rags, shoes
Containers in public areas (five containers near shopping centres) and call service (thrift / charity shop)
Bulk materials / waste
  • rubble, garden soil, wood, bricks, tyres, construction and demolition waste, large pieces of glass, chemicals etc. (recycling station)
  • cupboards, tables, chairs etc. (thrift shop)
Recycling station, call service (thrift / charity shop) and big bags
Used products
  • electrical appliances, computers, TV's, monitors, pianos, bicycles, toys, books, antiques, china, chairs, tables etc.
Call service (thrift / charity shop)
  • bottles and jars (white, green and brown)
Containers in public areas
  • paper, magazines, cardboard, letters
Once every month (door to door collection)
Toxic waste
  • waste motor oil, fluorescence light bulbs, batteries, solvents, medical drugs
Toxic waste box (KCA box). Yearly collections at certain places; details announced in weekly news paper
Residual waste (grey bin)
  • Ashes from the fireplace, ashtray waste, vacuum cleaner bags, plasters, sanitary napkins
Once every four weeks (door to door collection)