Phthalates – EAL-kode:170903 – NS:7156

Should contain

  • Waste containing phthalates above limit values for hazardous waste.

Should not contain

  • Other waste materials


Waste containing phthalates, usually from renovation and demolition. Examples of waste that can contain phthalates are soft floor coverings and double glazing units.


Amassed separately as an individual fraction. Waste containing phthalates is hazardous waste and must be declared by the customer online at


Delivered to an approved waste reception facility for processing and/or destruction.


Hazardous waste is to be taken out of circulation and not to be recycled.


Non-compliance may incur additional charges. The driver will not take hazardous waste if the declaration is not completed.

Referral regulations

Norwegian Environment Agency

Hazardous Waste

Special risk factors

Phthalates are hazardous waste and must be processed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

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