Disposal and service company
Waste disposal, drainage, green space maintenance and road maintenance
Whether it's street cleaning, waste disposal or the maintenance of municipal waters and green spaces - the first port of call is the Entsorgungs- und Servicebetrieb (ESB).
The employees of the ESB are at work for the people of Bocholt every day. On this page you will find an overview of the work of the Entsorgungs- und Servicebetrieb and the available online services.
On the following pages you will find useful information on waste disposal in Bocholt as well as tips for the correct disposal of individual types of waste.
Our online services
Idea and deficiency reporter
Would you like to report something to us? A broken bench, a damaged lamppost, an overgrown cycle path? Then click here.
About the waste disposal and service company
The Entsorgungs- und Servicebetrieb Bocholt (ESB) is an economically independent institution of the City of Bocholt in accordance with the Eigenbetriebsverordnung NRW.
Since 1993, ESB has been responsible for waste management and street cleaning in the area of the city of Bocholt. In 2008, the ESB took over further services. It operates a recycling centre on Schaffeldstraße and is a contractual partner of the Dual Systems for the city area. In addition, it provides fleet and workshop services for various departments. Since 2008, the ESB has been responsible for road maintenance, green space maintenance and sewer maintenance.
The ESB employs a total of about 180 people. Management is the responsibility of the head of operations. Decisions of greater scope are the responsibility of the works committee or the city council. The head of operations draws up an annual business plan. The annual financial statements, which must be prepared in accordance with commercial law, are audited by an auditor.
The ESB employs industrial workers and salaried employees. If required, apprenticeships are offered in the following professions: Mechatronics technician/ Gardener/ Road builder. Applications can be sent directly to the ESB.