The Pohoda Festival aims to reduce the impact on the environment by separating plastics, paper, metal, and biowaste. We therefore ask you for your active engagement again this year. You can bring your waste for further use at collection points, where you can also find information about the cycle of individual materials. Of course, all waste containers on the grounds will be marked with distinctive inscriptions. This year, biowaste from food stands will be separated in special containers. All meals at the festival will be served in/with decomposable containers and cutlery, which you can throw into containers marked BIO after use. This waste will be composted in electrical composters, that use the GreenGood technology, directly at the festival site.
In the tent camp, “each tent” will receive two bags: one for separate collection, and the other for other waste. The yellow bag is for empty plastic cups and bottles (with no drink leftovers, ideally also compressed), clean sacks, bags, foils, all kinds of paper, and cans. Everything else goes into the bag for municipal waste. When leaving, please tie all the bags and leave them on spot. Waste collected in bags and larger containers for separate collection will be further sorted and then recycled. The staff at the collection points will be happy to provide you with more information.