As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, ever walked past your building’s rubbish containers and seen how that bit of paper or single banana peel was holding on to the edge for dear life? Ever wondered when these mystical binmen actually come and take everything away? Now you’ll have your questions answered if you live here in Zagreb. You’ll be informed of when the waste removed from your building or doorstep, when a specific street is on the schedule again, and how many visits were there to the recycling yard.
Personalised data on each user of Zagreb’s Cistoca is available on the new Zagreb Moj otpad app, which can be accessed from a computer or mobile phone, as reported by Vecernji list.
Prior registration isn’t required for use of the new Zagreb Moj otpad app, but the code of the obligor of payment (ie the system number of the obligor) and that of the billing point (ie the system number of the facility) must be entered. Both of these pieces of information can be found on one of Zagreb Holding’s single payment slips.
In addition to personal data, the new Zagreb Moj otpad app is equipped with a 2022 collection calendar, which is useful for those who can’t remember which day binmen are due to come to their neighbourhood to deal with the rubbish containers. The calendar can be printed and placed in a visible place such as a staircase or in a building’s waste storage area and thus be a reminder of the days when mixed municipal waste is removed, and when biowaste, paper and plastic and metal are taken away. The new Zagreb Moj otpad app is available on Cistoca’s website, and can also be accessed directly at mojotpad.cistoca.hr.
For the Android and iOS operating system, the mobile application Cistoce Razvrstaj MojZG is also available, which is intended for all residents and visitors of the City of Zagreb.
It contains a simple overview of waste collection schedule and times at the selected address, as well as full instructions on how to properly sort your waste. In addition, the application contains a list and an interactive map of all recycling yards and green islands in Zagreb.
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