Recycling Map

On this map, you will find the recycling yards where you can bring your recyclables. Most yards are open 7 days a week from 7 AM to 9 PM but be aware that some close earlier.
You can bring there the following recyclables:
  • paper
  • cardboard packaging
  • PET packaging
  • aluminium cans
  • polyethylene film
  • glass packaging
  • flat glass (windows)
  • tyres
  • wood
  • Metal
  • plastic material
  • white goods
  • edible and motor oils
  • old oil
  • paints and varnishes
  • old batteries
  • oil filters
  • fluorescent tubes
  • e-waste
  • styrofoam
  • old batteries
  • old medications

Click here for access of the map in Google Maps.

Bare in mind that recycling is not a magic wand. It is best to avoid producing waste and recycle only what you couldn’t avoid. To learn about the best ways to reduce your waste
following the zero-waste hierarchy go to Zero Waste Lifestyle.

If you are living in Podgorica you can use the Kasper app by Cistoca to report waste in the territory of Podgorica or to be informed about recycling yards and locations of underground and aboveground containers. Download at the App store or Google Play

Did you know?

In 2018, The Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism accepted the two-bin system for separate waste collection of "dry" and "wet" fractions and sent consent for its implementation to local administrations and utility companies. The container for the "dry" fraction is intended for the disposal of paper, cardboard, plastic, metal and glass, while the container for the "wet" fraction is intended for the disposal of all the other types of municipal waste (waste that by its composition mostly wet due to the presence of food residues, organic waste, garden waste, hygiene products, etc.), not including bulky waste and edible oils and fats. We may argue whether this is the most efficient system for separating waste at source, but it can be a good start.