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Bonn and the surrounding area offers many choices for quality living. And alot of interesting rules when it comes to garbage The word for rental is 'Vermietung'. The newspapers, surfing on the internet and word of mouth from colleagues are also excellent ways to find a flat or a house in which to live.
Here is a list of terms and abbreviations frequently used in classified advertisements. Electricity: The electricity in Germany is volts AC, 50 cycles, 2 phases. Large electrical appliances over 3 KW require volts, 3 phase. To use appliances from elsewhere, you will need to get transformers.
They can be found at large appliance stores and electrical shops. Using plug adapters, you can use non-European lamps with German bulbs in the wall sockets. Note also that the standard bulbs in Germany use a screw rather than a bayonet fitting. If you are coming from UK and have lamps using bayonet bulbs, bring spare bulbs. Dual voltage appliances can be plugged directly into the socket, provided you have the proper plug or adapter. Waste: Bonn has a very well developed system for waste collection where glass, paper, bio-degradable, etc.
There are strict laws for waste disposal and fines for violating them. Plastic, metal, paper, compost and hazardous waste are collected separately and the tenant or homeowner pays the costs. The exact system differs from one municipality to another, so if you live outside Bonn check for variations.
If you are missing your Abfallkalender you can download it here. For more information for the Rhein-Sieg-Kreis, check this link. Pharmacies will take care of old medicines, etc. Most major shops have boxes for used batteries. Packaging waste, such as shoe boxes, may be left in the shop where the product is purchased.
Malteser Cross, etc. They are usually found in car parks or just by the side of the road, often next to glass recycling bins.. Most bottles even plastic ones and drink cans have a deposit on them. Present this receipt at the cash register and it will be put toward your purchases.
Water : Water is soft in many parts of Bonn: less washing powder is needed. Teilen Weiterleiten Tweeten Weiterleiten Drucken. General Rental Information. Zum Thema Aus dem Ressort. News Welcome to Bonn A-Z.
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