Point of Selective Collection of Municipal Waste

Point of Selective Collection of Municipal Waste (PSZOK) is a place where owners of real estate located in the area covered by the operational area of Związek Międzygminny "Gospodarka Odpadami Aglomeracji Poznańskiej" (Poznań Agglomeration Waste Management Association), as part of the fee for waste management, can deliver selected fractions of municipal waste free of charge.

The company runs 3 Selective Collection of Municipal Waste Points:

  1. PSZOK at ul. 28 Czerwca 1956r. no. 284
    Phone: 61 833 22 12
    Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Saturday 7:00 am to 2:30 pm
  2. PSZOK at ul. Wrzesińska 12
    Phone: 61 611 08 11
    Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
    Saturday 7.00 am to 2.30 pm
  3. PSZOK at ul. Meteorytowa 1 Suchy Las (landfill site)
    Phone: +48 61 811 96 67
    Monday-Friday 7:00 am to 8:00 pm
    Saturday 7.00 am to 2.30 pm

Types of waste accepted by PSZOK

The following types of waste are accepted free of charge from inhabited real estates:

  • Paper
  • Metal
  • Plastics
  • Glass
  • Multi-material packaging
  • Biodegradable waste with particular emphasis on bio-waste
  • Used batteries and accumulators
  • Used electrical and electronic equipment from households
  • Problem waste with the proviso that the annual limit of the used tires is 4 tires per year
  • Construction and demolition waste that is the municipal waste
  • Other hazardous waste generated by households (expired drugs, chemicals, mercury thermometers)
  • Clothes and textiles
  • Waste generated during home injections (used needles, syringes)
  • Bulky waste

From uninhabited real estate, PSZOK accepts the following types of waste free of charge:

  • Paper and cardboard (including packaging)
  • Plastics (including packaging)
  • Metals (including packaging)
  • Multi-material packaging
  • Colorless glass packaging
  • Colored glass packaging
  • Biodegradable waste, with particular emphasis on bio-waste with the provisio that the annual limit of green waste being biodegradable waste is 24 bags with a capacity of 120L per property.

Types of waste that are not accepted by PSZOK

  • Mixed municipal waste
  • Wastes containing asbestos
  • Car parts (e.g. windows, bumpers, headlights, body parts)
  • Tires from trucks and agricultural machinery
  • Construction equipment
  • Mixed construction waste
  • Industrial equipment
  • Post-production waste
  • Waste in leaky packaging (applies to waste that requires packaging)
  • Unlabeled waste, without the possibility of identification
  • Gas bottles
  • Roofing felt
  • Plastic windows
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Glass wool

  1. Municipal waste should be delivered to PSZOK segregated and not contaminated with other waste.
  2. Waste should be delivered in bulk and placed in containers / containers dedicated for a given type of waste.
  3. Hazardous waste should be given over to the PSZOK service employee, who will place it in appropriate containers on its own.
  4. Biodegradable waste should be discharged from bags into a properly labeled container.
  5. Biodegradable waste in the form of branches and bushes should be shredded to a maximum length of 30 cm.
  6. Waste that requires packaging should be in tight (non-leaky, undamaged) containers and be provided with information (label) making the waste possible to identification.
  7. Furniture and other bulky waste delivered to PSZOK should be emptied of its contents and may not contain other waste.
  8. Construction and demolition waste should be delivered selectively, broken down into:
    • Waste concrete and concrete rubble (uncontaminated)
    • Brick rubble (uncontaminated)
    • Ceramic waste and items of equipment (sanitary, fittings, etc.)
    • Glass waste (windows, mirrors, glass, etc.)
  9. Tires delivered to PSZOK can only come from bicycles, mopeds, prams, motorcycles and vehicles with a maximum authorised mass of up to 3.5 tons, which are not used for business activities. You can deliver a maximum of 4 tires from one property at a time.
  10. Electrical and electronic equipment waste must be delivered complete (not disassembled).
  11. Waste can be delivered to PSZOK with a vehicle with a maximum authorised mass of up to 3.5 tons.


"Second Life of Things" point

drugie zycie energiiThe "Second Life of Things" point is a place where residents can provide items (things) that are operable, undamaged, clean and do not pose a threat to future users. At the point, residents can leave, among others furniture, toys, prams, children's bicycles and ceramics. The company give the ability to reuse them by new owners.

The point is located at the Selective Collection of Municipal Waste Point at ul. Wrzesińska 12 in Poznań.