Bulky Household Waste
If you have unwanted large household items and appliances such as beds, fridges and furniture you can either recycle them or arrange for household waste collection.
Nearly everything we collect we send to Viridor's Energy Resource Centre, with the exception of mattresses, white goods and scrap metal which is recycled.
Donate where possible
If your items are of a good enough quality you may want to consider donating them to family, friends, neighbours or a local charity/community group instead.
British Heart Foundation
You can drop them off at British Heart Foundation shops and donation banks or arrange a free collection from your home.
British Heart Foundation
Track 2000 collect household free standing furniture such as beds, sofas tables and chairs. They also take white goods such as washing machines, fridge-freezers and electric cookers.
A non-profit web based group which allows residents to advertise their items free of charge. Freecycle groups match people who have things they want to get rid of with people who can use them.
Bulky Household Waste Collections
We provide a service to collect bulky household items.* We are able to collect the following items:
- Beds and Sofas
- Tables and Chairs
- Cookers and Dishwashers
- Fridge Freezers, Tumble Dryers and Washing Machines
- Carpet or Carpet Underlay - Can be either bagged in black bags or rolled up. One item will comprise of a roll approximately 1.8 metres high with a width of 0.4 metres OR 2 black bin bags filled with carpet or underlay with a maximum of 10 bags in total.
Book a Collection
£15 per 3 items, with additional items charges at £5 each, up to a maximum of 5 items.
Please Note: There is no refund for a bulky collection although collections can be amended subject to availability
Concessions are available for residents who qualify; which will allow for up to two free collections in any one year.
Book Collection Online
Please remember to place items for collection on the kerbside no later than 7.00am.
Please note: Tradesmen are responsible for disposing of waste they produce when they carry out work; however you are legally responsible for ensuring they do.
We do not collect the following items: Toilets, Asbestos, Bricks/rubble, Cement, Doors (internal/external), Gates, Pipes, Sheds, Radiators, Windows, Baths, Car batteries, Fencing, Kitchen units or worktops, Guttering, Plaster, Sinks or Carpet Tiles.