Bratislavans can bring still usable items they no longer need to the City Bazaar

Bratislava and municipal waste collection company organising a collection to help households get rid of unused items and simultaneously raise money for a reuse centre.

Items offered within the City Bazaar held last October.  Items offered within the City Bazaar held last October. (Source: Courtesy of OLO)

The Bratislava city council and the OLO municipal waste collection company are inviting Bratislavans to bring still usable items they no longer need to the City Bazaar.

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“After the success of the City Bazaar held in October last year, the capital, in cooperation with OLO, has resolved to organise one this year as well,” said OLO’s spokesperson Linda Golejová as cited in the press release.

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From June 9 to 23, those interested can bring unneeded but still usable items directly to the OLO headquarters at Ivanská Cesta 22 every Wednesday from 12:00 to 18:00 and every Friday and Saturday from 8:00 to 18:00. The City Bazaar will take place afterwards.

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