The Kringloopplein is the collection point for discarded items in the region. You can bring furniture, electrical appliances or a bicycle here, for example. Or other things you want to get rid of that are good enough for a second life. Everything is sorted and, if possible, refurbished to be sold again in the recycling shop. We also accept small quantities of reusable building materials. And you can have a broken appliance repaired at the Kringloopplein.

> Please refer to kringloop square regulations to bring items

Collecting relief goods Ukraine

Kringloopplein Nieuw-Lekkerland has a collection point of relief goods for Ukraine. Anyone who wants to help can bring relief goods. 
> Find out more about the fundraising campaign for Ukraine in this flyer

Kringloopplein Nieuw-LekkerlandAddress

Ambachtsweg 2, Nieuw-Lekkerland

Opening hours

Tuesday to Friday: 13:00 - 17:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 16:00

Repair café

Want to use an appliance again yourself after repair? Then bring it to the repair café, also located at the Kringlooplein. Equipment can be handed in and collected during the Kringlooplein's opening hours.

Collection of small chemical waste

At the Kringloopplein in Nieuw Lekkerland, you have the opportunity to dispose of your small chemical waste (kca) to be brought on the second and fourth Saturday of the month from 09:30 to 11:00.  View offer conditions and tips here.

GAiN thrift shop (Building 83)


Planetenlaan 83, Nieuw-Lekkerland

Opening hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
On every first Saturday of the month: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

> For more information, consult the GAiN website.

Working together on reuse

With this service at the Kringloopplein, we prevent still usable goods from being disposed of as waste and save raw materials needed to make new products. The Kringloopplein is a collaboration of Waardlanden, GAiN Kringloopwinkel, Jij bent in Beeld (from Philadelphia), Repaircafé Nieuw-Lekkerland (from Huis van de Waard) and Vluchtelingenwerk. Together, we give discarded goods and materials a second life. And give even more residents the opportunity to participate in society.

Delivered goods that nevertheless turn out to be unusable are dismantled, separated and disposed of for recycling whenever possible.

What are we not taking on?

We do not accept goods and materials that are not reusable or repairable. Nor do we take any rubble (construction and demolition waste), pruningscar tyres and asbestos to. This will take you to one of the environmental centres.

Other conditions

Submission of reusable building material