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Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
If you would like to report "litter", please contact the lower waste authority in your city or district.
"Wild waste" is waste that is illegally deposited in the open countryside, in forests or along streams and in public places outside the designated waste containers.
This can include, for example, household and bulky waste, building rubble, construction site waste, car wrecks, but also excess excavated soil (loose and solid rock excavated or removed during construction work). It is also "wild waste" if the waste has been covered with soil.
The dumping of "wild waste" is prohibited and constitutes an administrative offense. It can be punished with a fine.
If the person responsible for the "wild waste" can be identified, they will be charged for the disposal costs incurred.
Please report "wild garbage" to the lower waste authority in your place of residence. They will take care of the disposal.
Who should I contact?
You can reach the contact persons of the lower waste authorities via the websites of your city or district.
Which documents are required?
- Description of the place of discovery
- Photos of the place of discovery, if applicable
What are the fees?
State waste laws and municipal statutes
What else should I know?
As the owner of the property, you must generally also take care of the disposal of waste that has been deposited on your property against your will.
Otherwise, the public waste disposal authorities are responsible for the disposal of "wild waste".
The text was automatically translated based on the German content.
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Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety
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