- Please avoid making a request for a bulky uplift at this time
- If you do so, there will be an up to 7 day delay in responding to your request
- Your date of collection will be confirmed at the time of payment
Kerbside collections of bulky household waste
Please do not book a bulky uplift if you or anyone in your household:
- Has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 7 days
- Has COVID-19 symptoms
- Is self-isolating due to COVID-19
If you have already booked an uplift, please cancel your booking by calling us on the number below and rebook once you are fit and well again.
We can collect furniture and other household items that are too big to fit into your wheeled bins.
Before you book your uplift please consider whether your items could be used by someone else. Local companies may offer a free collection of beds, sofas, tables, chairs and bikes in good condition. Only items suitable for re-sale will be collected, so collection is not guaranteed.
Items we do not collect
- Asbestos. Please use business directories to find a company to deal with this.
- Waste from work done on your property by gardeners, builders and other commercial contractors.
The items below should go to a Household Waste Recycling Centre:
- Soil or turf (Stobhill only)
- Paint. (Stobhill only. Please ensure paint has dried out in the can)
- Fire extinguishers.
Request an uplift
If the items are damaged or can't be reused, you can book a collection from us using the booking form or by calling us.
Place your items at the kerbside by 7am on the date of collection. This is usually the place where you put your grey bin out for collection. Please read the terms and conditions.
- £26 for up to 7 items such as furniture, beds, large toys and other household goods: a bed base plus a mattress counts as 2 items.
- From £26 for a fridge / freezer
- From £40 for a bespoke quote for items such as bathroom suites and fitted furniture.