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Council Services:

Collecting large / bulky or electrical items

We provide separate collection services for bulky domestic items and electrical items in the District: 

  • Examples of Domestic Items: table, chairs, carpets, suites, beds, wardrobes
  • Examples of Electrical Items: fridge, freezer, televisions, washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers, computers

To arrange a collection for either bulky domestic items or electrical items you can contact the Customer Services Team to request a collection and make a payment over the phone using the contact details in the contacts tab above or you can download a request form available below and return it to the address shown on the form.  


Items will be collected within approximately 5 working days upon receipt of a completed form.  We request that all items are left outside of your property where it is easy to gain access for their removal.

There is a charge of £11.00 for one to three items, or £22.00 for four to six items,  payment has to be made separately for electrical or non electrical items as we have to collect and dispose of these separately.

Useful Information

Furniture re-use/recycling

Household and electrical items may be re-used if in appropriate condition.

Items we cannot collect

We are unable to collect the following items: Garden Refuse, Bricks, Concrete, Tyres and Car Parts, Asbestos, Cast Iron Boilers

Payment for collection

Up to 3 items the charge is £11 in total. From 4 to 6 items the charge is £22 in total. 

Taking your own items to the household waste recycling centre?

You can also get rid of your own waste including bulky or electrical items at the Household Waste Recycling Centres

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Last updated: 9 July 2014

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