There are two types of bulky waste: WEEE and non-WEEE. WEEE (always marked on recyclable products) means Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment. This category includes old fridges, televisions, hair dryers, toasters, computers and many other things. Non-WEEE bulky waste includes all other large waste that is neither electronic nor electrical, such as doors, furniture, mattresses, sofas, beds, box springs and furnishings in general. When bulky waste arrives at the landfill, its volume must be reduced because breaking the waste into smaller pieces allows for more efficient disposal. The waste is then separated with the part with greater added value being separated from the rest. Added value is the possibility of reusing the material. The rest is sent to waste incineration facilities.