Bulky waste collection
If you want to dispose of a large item, such as a sofa, cooker, bed or mattress, you can request a free bulky waste collection from us. We only collect bulky waste from households. We do not collect large amounts of bulky waste or skips.
What items can we collect?
|Furniture (must be dry and covered)
|Bagged household waste
|Mattresses (must be dry and covered)
|Builders rubble, plaster board, bricks or soil
|Carpet (must be dry and covered)
|Tyres and car parts
|Electrical appliances e.g. TV
|Cardboard and packaging
|White goods e.g. fridges, washing machines and cookers
|Batteries and fluorescent tubes
|Paint, pesticides and oil
||Garden waste or garden furniture
||Bathroom suites, kitchen units, radiators, doors and sheds
This is not a complete list and advice on other items can be obtained from our staff when you book a collection with us.
Please note, we do not collect waste which is a result of work carried out in your home, such as bathroom suites, kitchens or fireplaces. Please arrange with your building contractor to remove these items or alternatively organise removal by an authorised waste collection company or hire a skip.
We also provide an asbestos collection service for up to 120kg of asbestos.
How to book a bulky waste collection
Call us on 028 9027 0230 and we'll check to see if we can pick up your item.
If we can, we'll give you a collection date and agree how and where the bulky waste should be left for our staff; this will normally be the place your bin is collected from.
If your bin is usually collected in an entry, please bring items to the
end of the entry. If your bin is collected at your driveway, please
bring items to the end of your path. If you have alleygates, please
make sure items are left outside the gates.
you call, please tell us if you have very heavy or bulky items for
collection. We may need to arrange for a bigger lorry to help with the collection.
We can only collect those items that have been originally booked with us. You shouldn't leave any other items out for collection.
Preparing for collection
- Leave all items out from 7am on the day of collection. Do not leave any items out until your collection day.
- Make sure items are outside your property at your normal bin collection point. They should be all in one place and easy to reach.
- Make sure there is enough space outside your property for our lorry.
- Remove any nails from wood or furniture.
- Tie, tape or bundle large amounts of wood like old furniture units.
Remember, we can't enter parts of your home, like garages and sheds, to collect items - so please leave items outside your property. And we can't collect items other than those you originally booked with us.
We may not be able to collect your bulky waste if you don't follow these instructions.
you're looking to find a new home for your unwanted items, you can donate them to a local charity or not-for-profit organisation. These items could find a new lease of life with someone who really needs them, and it avoids them ending up in landfill.