The street cleaning – clean city department offers a free app for smartphones and tablets designed to facilitate your waste management in the City of Geneva.
Refuse collection via the door-to-door service and at the ecopoints is maintained in full and remains a key priority.
Similarly, cleaning of public areas is partially maintained, with approximately 50 percent of the personnel working in the field. Priority is given to emptying bins in the streets and cleaning the ecopoints.
The street cleaning department is constantly innovating and working to find new solutions to help inhabitants manage and sort their waste: this application enables you to obtain information concerning waste management according to an address or geolocation. The geolocation is nevertheless not mandatory and no personal data are used or stored.
The information in this tool is presented in several separate sections:
- When should I take my bins out? This section indicates the days when the bins are emptied in your place of residence.
- Where do I sort my waste? This section displays a map of the city indicating the collection points (eco-points) in the City of Geneva.
- What do I do with bulky objects? This section informs you how to get rid of bulky objects directly online.
- How do I sort my waste? All the types of waste that can be recycled in the City of Geneva are explained.
- News: occasional information on street-cleaning issues is published in this section.
A new printed format
At the same time, the printed 36-page calendar will no longer be published in its usual format; a brochure will now provide all the necessary information on four pages of A4, thereby avoiding excessive use of paper – this represents a saving of approximately 15 tonnes of paper. This new medium includes the traditional content of the 2019 calendar without the chart and the geographic maps.
Download the app and the brochure
The brochure is available below in pdf format and in printed format from the usual distribution points: City of Geneva municipal police stations and the street-cleaning department.
Article modifié le 11.05.2020 à 14:29