Collected plastic in Oslo: 5.5 kg pr. inhabitant. Agder: 18.6 kg pr. inhabitant. Now the city council will take action.
Food waste in green bags. Residual waste in ordinary plastic bags. And plastic in what used to be blue, which has now turned purple, bags. That is Oslo’s mantra when it comes to sorting rubbish. We are actually quite alone in this mantra. More on that later.
The entire color palette is thrown in one and the same bin outside where you live. About once a week, they are picked up by the municipality’s garbage trucks and driven to Haraldrud. The rubbish is sorted there.
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