Bulky waste collections
Getting rid of large or bulky items
If you have large or bulky items for disposal we can collect these from you for a small charge. Alternatively if the items are in a reusable condition you can donate them to Second Chance or take them to Age UK Reuse Centre at Warwickshire County Council's Recycling Centre at Lowerhouse Farm.
The current charge for a bulky waste collection is:
- £23.00 for up to six items
- £4.00 for each additional item (maximum two)
There are no exemptions to the charge.
The charges above are for residential properties only, businesses need to contact us for a quote on 01827 715341.
Items will be collected on Friday provided payment is successful and we have a collection slot available.
- Only the items you have listed at the time of booking will be collected
- Items for collection should be put outside for collection on THURSDAY EVENING at the latest as collection starts early on Fridays
- If the items are behind a gate, the gate must be unlocked
What can be collected
- Bed bases
- Household furniture
- White goods - fridges, freezers, cookers, dishwashers, washing machines, tumble dryers
- Electrical goods
- Computer items
- Children's toys
- Garden furniture
- Portable heaters and coolers
What can't be collected
- Single items weighing more than 50 kg
- Ceramic tiles
- Builders, DIY waste
- Bath tubs, sinks toilets cisterns
- Liquid waste
- Hazardous waste - fluorescent tubes
- Garden waste, soil, rubble
- Car parts or tyres
- Gas bottles
- Fire extinguisher
- Fluid containers e.g. oil drums, petrol cans
- Central heating boilers or tanks
- Coal bunkers
- Rayburns, Agas
- Clinical waste
- Sheds and fence panels, fencing
What is classed as one item?
Items that have more than one piece will be counted as separate items. For example a bed with a divan base would be two items and a table with four chairs would be five items. Only the items you have listed at the time of booking will be collected.
How to book
To book a bulky waste collection please call or email using the details below.
Last updated Wednesday, 8th March 2017