Bulky item collections

Bulky household items such as furniture and electrical appliances cannot be collected as part of your normal bin collection.

Please view the list of items we will and will not collect:

  • Armchair
  • Baths
  • Bed base (any size)
  • Bedroom suites - fitted/built in (one piece is classed as one item)
  • Bicycle
  • Bookcase
  • Carpet and underlay
  • Chair
  • Chest of drawers
  • Coffee table (not glass)
  • Cooker, oven and hob
  • Cot
  • Cupboard
  • Desk
  • Dining table (not glass)
  • Dishwasher
  • Dog basket
  • Doors (internal or external - glass to be removed or taped over)
  • Dressing table
  • Fence panels
  • Fire, electric and gas
  • Fire surround, wooden
  • Freezer (not commercial)
  • Fridge (not commercial)
  • Garden furniture
  • Headboard
  • Ironing board
  • Kitchen units (one piece is classed as one item
  • Lawn mower
  • Mattress (any size)
  • Microwave
  • Ottoman
  • Patio door(s) (must be no larger than 8ft long and 4ft wide, all glass must be taped/covered securely,
  • must not be too heavy to be physically lifted and carried by 2 men)
  • Play equipment
  • Pram or pushchair
  • Radiators
  • Satellite dish
  • Settee
  • Shed - must be dismantled and glass removed, this is one collection (from 1 April 2017 this option will cost £36)
  • Shelving
  • Shower Tray
  • Shower Cubicle (glass must safely wrapped)
  • Sink
  • Skirting boards (maximum 10ft)
  • Slide
  • Table
  • Television and television unit
  • Toys
  • Tumble dryer
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Video/DVD player
  • Wall unit
  • Washing machine
  • Water butt
  • Wooden flooring (maximum 8ft)

  • Asbestos
  • Boiler (cast iron)
  • Cardboard/paper
  • Car parts and tyres
  • Car seats
  • DIY materials
  • Garage doors
  • Garden waste
  • Gas cylinders
  • Glass
  • Glass coffee table
  • Glass dining table
  • Hazardous waste
  • Chemicals
  • Plasterboard
  • Mirror
  • Household waste
  • Industrial packaging
  • Greenhouse
  • Soil, brick or rubble
  • Slabs
  • Storage heaters
  • Timber
  • Toilets
  • Windows
  • Piano

How to prepare for a collection

Do:

  • collections start at 7am, so please remember to get those items out for collection on your scheduled day
  • please make sure the items are accessible
  • make sure items are outside your property in your garden or driveway and are all in one place, please do not leave on public land
  • If you are leaving items out before your scheduled collection, please cover any fabric based items to ensure they do not get waterlogged
  • remove any nails from wood or furniture
  • tie, tape or bundle large amounts of wood like flooring, old furniture units, carpet and underlay
  • tape up any glass - we can only lift panes of glass if they are still in their frame and have been taped over.

Don't:

  • leave items inside your property, we can't enter parts of your home, like garages and sheds, to collect items
  • leave out any items other than those you originally booked with us - we can't collect them
  • leave out waterlogged carpets or mattresses.

Last updated: 2.18pm on Wednesday 25 September 2019

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