WasteServ Malta - Civic Amenity Sites
Civic Amenity Sites

  

 

 

ONLINE PERMIT REGISTRATION

Register online by clicking here. Please enter all related information to send your request. You can also apply for the permit directly onsite the Civic Amenity Sites.

CIVIC AMENITY SITE 

 

Please click here to access a leaflet with more information on how to dispose of your waste at any of the CA Sites.

 

Still unsure with the procedure? Kindly view the FAQ's

 

Construction Waste - Refer to the below table for the type of waste that is accepted in the Construction Waste Container at our Civic Amenity Sites. Access will be restricted to those not following these instructions:

 

 

 

 

 

Civic Amenity Sites are facilities where the public can bring and discard various types of bulky household waste, domestic hazardous waste as well as recyclable materials.

Unlike Bring-In Sites, where only paper, plastic, metal and glass can be delivered, Civic Amenity Sites also cater for the disposal of:


- Furniture, mattresses, carpets and clothing
- White goods such as fridges, cookers and microwaves
- Electronics such as computers, monitors, mobile phones, printers, electronic toys and tools
- Garden waste
- Edible oil and lubricant oils
- Batteries, spent bulbs and neon tubes
- Expired medicines and used syringes
- Solvents, chemicals, paint and other hazardous waste
- Small quantities of household construction waste such as stone and tiles
- Tyres

 

The waste collected at these sites is either exported overseas for treatment, treated locally, or recycled. In fact, the purpose of these centres is to optimise the collection of certain types of waste and increase the recovery of secondary materials.

 

For more information please contact our Customer Care Centre on Freephone 8007 2200.

 

 

Locations & Opening Hours


There are 6 operational Civic Amenity Sites which are situated at ImrieħelĦal Far, Ħal Luqa, MagħtabTal-Kus, Xewkija Gozo and Ta’ Qali . 


Civic Amenity sites are open from Monday to Sunday (including Public Holidays) between 7.30am and 5.30pm. 

 

 

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Last Updated: 02/06/2020