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Welcome to Iso Omena!

Omena is a pleasant family-sized shopping centre in Matinkylä, Espoo. Iso Omena is a block full of services. There are more than 180 stores specialising in fashion, home décor, leisure and wellbeing, which offer everything you and your family might need. Meanwhile, our full-service supermarkets contain all the necessary daily goods and groceries.

  • Piispansilta 11, FIN-02230 ESPOO
  • Control Room: +358 9 464 626

Contact Information

Kauppakeskus Iso Omena
Piispansilta 11, FIN-02230 ESPOO

Customer service

email: isoomena@citycon.fi
open: mon-fri 10am - 8pm, sat 10am - 6pm

Office

Piispansilta 9 A, FIN-02230 ESPOO

Siim Rosenthal

 

tel. +358 40 643 2454

Property Manager

Esa Sihvonen
tel. +358 50 304 6693

Marketing Manager

Outi Koistinen
tel. +358 40 544 1636

Commercial Director

Sanna Yliniemi
tel. +358 41 456 3421

Control room

tel. +358 9 464 626

Lost Property

Customer service:
tel. +358 40-6744702
email: isoomena@citycon.fi
open: mon-fri 10am - 8pm, sat 10am - 6pm

Business and office facility rentals

tel. +358 207 664 508
leasing@citycon.fi

Parking

Iso Omena has 1,200 free car parking spaces (parking time max. 3 h in P1; some 24 h outdoor parking also available)
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Public transport

Shopping centre Iso Omena is located in Matinkylä, Espoo, with excellent public transport connections and direct access to the Länsiväylä and Ring II motorways.
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Recycling points 

Recycling Units are located in the Parking level (P1) entrance hall, next to escalators leading to the Market-level.
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Recycling

Recycling Units are located in the Parking level (P1) entrance hall, next to escalators leading to the Market-level.

Sorting instructions:

RECYCLABLE GLASS (KERÄYSLASI)

DO PUT IN:
- clear and coloured glass containers
- glass bottles, jars and dishes
- Remove metal caps, lids, rings and rims
Bottles and jars should be rinsed. Paper labels do not need to be removed.

DO NOT PUT IN:
- glass panes, window panes
- car windshields
- crystal, mirrors
- ceramics, porcelain
- light bulbs
- glass objects with metal parts
- insulating glass or heatproof glass such as Pyrex

Never put anything other than glass into the container, as other materials will obstruct the recycling process. Glass is recycled into e.g. glass wool and new glass containers.

RECYCLABLE CARDBOARD (KERÄYSPAHVI)

DO PUT IN:
- corrugated board, brown cardboard and card
- Kraft paper
- brown envelopes
Adhesive tape, staples and clasps do not have to be removed.

DO NOT PUT IN:
- dirty or wet cardboard
- plastic- or foil-coated cardboard
- Styrofoam or plastic
- paper
Cardboard is recycled into various boards, used e.g. for roll cores.

ENERGY WASTE (ENERGIAJÄTE)

DO PUT IN:
- empty plastic bottles, containers and canisters (no PVC)
- empty plastic boxes and cases (no PVC)
- plastic bags and wrappers
- Styrofoam and polyurethane
- packaging waste consisting of fibre and plastic
- clothes

DO NOT PUT IN:
- PVC (03)
- hazardous waste
- metal
- organic waste
- glass
- non-burnable waste

Energy waste is burnable waste that cannot be otherwise recycled. It includes plastic and board packaging, as well as wood. After sorting and processing, energy waste is used as fuel by some power plants.
When sorting your waste, remember not to put in PVC materials or organic (compostable) waste.

PVC (symbol 03) is commonly found e.g. in drainage, electrical and other plastic pipes, music records, tarpaulins, gutter pipes, cable troughs, plastic threshold strips, cable insulation/coatings, plastic flooring, wallpaper, plastic hoses, waterproof clothing, plastic folders and document pockets, transparencies, self-adhesive plastic, plastic-coated fabrics, faux leather, shower curtains, rubber gloves and toys.

METAL WASTE (PIENMETALLI)

DO PUT IN:
- empty tins and cans
- non-returnable drink cans
- metal lids
- aluminium moulds and foils
- bottle caps and metal screw caps

Metal packaging must be emptied and rinsed before recycling. To save space, crush or stack containers.

DO NOT PUT IN:
- large metal packages
- electrical and electronic waste
- paint pots
- aerosols
- tubes
- hazardous waste

Metal waste is recycled into raw materials for the metal industry. Recycling metal packaging saves 75-95 per cent of energy compared to using virgin raw materials. Metal can be recycled almost endlessly; today's metal products already contain approx. 40 per cent recycled materials.

DRINK CARTONS (NESTEKARTONKI)

DO PUT IN:
- milk, cream, sour milk and yoghurt cartons, including aluminium-coated ones
- juice, wine and detergent cartons
- disposable paper plates and cups
- cardboard ice cream containers

Empty containers should be rinsed, dried and crushed.
To save space, crush 5-10 cartons and place them inside another one.

DO NOT PUT IN:
- dirty or unrinsed cartons
- plastic cups, jars or bags

Recyclable cartons are used as raw materials for industry. Cartons are recycled into cardboard used in cores e.g. for rolls or paper or fabric.
The plastic and aluminium coatings in the cartons are separated from the board fibres at the factory. The plastic is gasified into energy, while the aluminium is reused as industrial raw material for making aluminium foil.

FLUORESCENT BULBS (LOISTEPUTKET)

Fluorescent bulbs, light bulbs and energy-saving bulbs.

BATTERIES (PARISTOT)

Torch batteries, AA, AAA, button cells, etc.
Light bulbs and batteries constitute hazardous waste. Hazardous waste is refuse that is dangerous and harmful to the environment and to organisms. Hazardous waste must not be mixed in with ordinary waste and should be sorted appropriately. Always dispose of hazardous waste responsibly.

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