Come with recyclable waste to the center and at 4 visits you are guaranteed an umbrella
Iasi Municipal Collection Center (CMCI) is the first universal municipal center for collecting recyclable waste from private households. Between May 17 and December 9, 2021, the loyalty program is relaunched with a raffle dedicated to waste electrical equipment (including light bulbs and neons) and used batteries.
The Iași Municipal Collection Center (CMCI) opened its doors in March 2016. The project is the result of a partnership between the ECOTIC Organization, Iași City Hall and SALUBRIS SA. CMCI is a European solution for clean and ecological cities, where the population can easily hand over, either by car or on foot, all types of waste that can be generated at home: electrical and used batteries, plastic, paper, glass, old clothes, old furniture or non-functional.
Basically, CMCI is a modern, well-thought-out solution, made with European know-how, meant to give a civilized and environmentally friendly direction to the environment of recyclable waste that would otherwise end up in the landfill.
In order to further encourage the residents of Iași to collect separately and participate in the recycling process, the Center continues the loyalty program meant to increase the frequency of site visits for each citizen. Thus, the Iași Municipal Collection Center has a loyalty card, which will be nominal and will be offered to those who bring waste to Stradela Grădinari no. 26.
Every four visits, the people of Iași will receive an umbrella as a gift, and those who hand over waste electrical equipment (including light bulbs and neon lights) and / or used batteries are entered in a raffle where they can win one of the LCDs or rechargeable batteries.
The novelty of this campaign is FREE pick up from home a bulky electrical waste. Residents of the city of Iasi will be able to request this service during the campaign at 021 9641.
ECOTIC is the first organization of manufacturers and importers of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) in Romania, founded in 2006, which provides for free containers for the separate collection of waste small electronic equipment including light sources and batteries, as well as the free collection of bulky equipment from the company's premises or from home. For more details call 021 9641.