“In the spring of 2024, the intermunicipal companies Ecowerf and Limburg.net will collaborate across provincial borders and that is unique,” says Mayor Roggen. “This is also an asset for our residents of Rummen, Grazen and Geetbets, because they can immediately use a very modern Diftar park from Limburg.net across the border in Nieuwerkerken. This therefore has a number of consequences. The new container park van Kortenaken may open on April 1 or May 1 and then the Geetbets recycling park will close. From then on, residents will be able to choose where they go, either in the entire Ecowerf area in the Diftarparken or at Limburg.net in Nieuwerkerken,” the mayor concludes. Jo Roggen.
“The technology allows this collaboration to be easily entered into. The passport will determine whether someone can deposit waste at the rates of Limburg.net or EcoWerf,” explains Kris Somers of Limburg.net. “That way it is very easy for them, close to and on the same conditions as before.”
From January 1, 2025, the residents of Bekkevoort will also have access to the Limburg.net park in Diest.