Large household items like sofas or fridges can’t be collected with your usual rubbish.
For a fee, we can arrange to collect your bulky waste from your home.
The prices we charge depend on the number and size of the items we are collecting.
If you are in receipt of either Housing Benefit or Council Tax Benefit (means tested) you may qualify for a free collection. To see if you are eligible for this service, please call 01730 234295.
All prices are inclusive of VAT. To arrange a collection, please call 01730 234295.
Small = £17.15
Examples: extractor fan, home shredder, microwave, pram, satellite dish, small musical instrument, air conditioning unit (domestic only), computer, shower tray, TV aerial, vacuum cleaner, garden gate, hi-fi system, toys, underlay, ironing board, radiator, fence panels (maximum of two), barbecue, bicycle.
Large (or three small) = £28.58
Examples: sink, tumble dryer, TV, empty under-counter fridge or freezer, two garden chairs, armchair, cot, washing machine, gas fire, two dining-room chairs, internal door (no glass), wall unit, toilet, mattress, carpet (3m x 3m), pouffe, two-seat sofa, ottoman, dishwasher, single bed.
Extra-large (or six small) = £40.02
Examples: boiler, four chairs, wardrobe (no glass/mirrors), three-seat sofa, chest of drawers, large fridge-freezer, worktop (up to 2m), cooker, bath (not cast iron), desk, garden table, large carpet, dining table, double bed (excluding matress).
Bulky (or three large) = £68.60
Examples: sideboard, bathroom suite, bed and mattress, three-piece suite (two and three-seater), dining table (four places), corner sofa.
Other ways to dispose of large items
If you have usable but no longer needed furniture or white goods, Furniture Helpline in Bordon may be able to take them.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 01420 489000 to see how they can help you.
Don’t be caught out by a scam
Other people may offer to take your bulky waste to the tip for you. Please ensure that they have a valid waste carrier’s licence, or you could be fined. Check out our fly-tipping page for more information.