Definition: Waste wood is wood that has already been used and must now either be disposed of or employed as a secondary material.

Recycling: Waste wood can be used by the wood processing industry (e.g. to make chipboard) or as a fuel for thermal power stations.

What we accept

We distinguish between four quality grades:

  • Untreated wood – AI grade waste wood Natural wood, disposable and euro pallets, all-wood fruit and vegetable crates, squared timber, etc.
  • Treated wood – AII grade waste wood Wooden materials and other treated wood without harmful contamination, e.g. structural grade chipboard, shuttering, and interior door panels and frames
  • Treated wood – AIII grade waste wood Glued wooden furniture, coated or painted; waste wood from clearances of bulky refuse, etc.
  • Treated wood – AIV grade waste wood Fencing, playground equipment, windows and exterior doors, parquet flooring, firewood, railway sleepers, structural timber, etc.
  • Heavily treated wood – PCB grade waste wood Heat and sound insulation boards containing polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs)

What stays out

  • Plastics
  • Heraklith boards
  • Mineral wool
  • Rubble
  • Roofing felt
  • Household refuse

Contact Persons

Reinhard Pierer

Reinhard Pierer

Stoffstrommanager Wertstoffe und Aktenvernichtung, Vertriebsleiter Vlbg.