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  • Inert waste is waste that does not undergo any significant physical, chemical or biological modification : Inert waste does not decompose, burn or produce any other physical or chemical reaction, is not biodegradable and does not deteriorate other materials with which it comes into contact in a way that could lead to environmental pollution or harm human health. In practice, and according to the modified Grand-Ducal regulation of 24 February 2003 concerning the landfill of waste, waste that can be considered inert waste is - made up almost entirely of natural soil and rock resulting from their extraction during construction work; - resulting from road works and of a mineral nature; - from construction, renovation or demolition sites, which are mainly of a mineral nature. One condition is that the inert waste is not contaminated by hazardous substances or other potential nuisance generators.

  • A topographic map is intended to be a representation of the terrain. It differs from thematic maps (city maps, road maps etc.) by the richness of its content, its high precision and above all the representation of the topography by the contour lines. The cadastre and topography administration publishes topographic maps at the scales of 1:5,000, 1:20,000, 1:50,000, 1:100,000 and 1:250,000.

  • The hybrid map uses the most recent aerial image as background. In addition, it contains roads, street names and locality names.

  • This layer contains the points of the official height reference points of the Grand-Duchy of Luxemburg.

  • This layer shows the occurrences of mollusc species that are protected by the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 9 January 2009 concerning the integral and partial protection of certain animal species of wild fauna. Occurrences from the 1 January 2000 onwards are shown on the map with their original resolution as points or grid squares. Data come from the national database Recorder-Lux and from the international platforms and They are accessed through the biodiversity map portal

  • This layer shows the restaurants open during the crises, and offering delivery and/or take away. It will be regularly updated based on the information we are getting through editus. If you manage a restaurant that offers delivery or take-away that is not on the map, please contact editus:

  • This layer contains the meteorolgical parameters of the database on

  • Flood hazard map based on the floods directive 2007/60/EC, showing the floodplain and the water depth of a 100-year flood event.

  • The multiexposure maps, representative of the year 2016, give an overview of the noise levels generated by all modes of transport on the national territory. It should be borne in mind that overall noise exposure is not synonymous with overall noise annoyance. Objective models such as the energy summation model simply give the immission level of exposure considering more than one noise source. The maps can be used to relate the different transport modes and show particularly noisy sections. For the design of technical solutions or the treatment of a complaint, source maps remain relevant in the search for solutions.