Bulky waste is waste that you cannot fit into a bin or bag. Examples of bulky waste include beds, carpets, fridges, freezers and wardrobes.
Could someone else use your item?
Good quality furniture and household goods can be re-used by local community organisations – benefiting the environment and helping local people. Local services can collect your items, do them up and pass them on to someone else who needs them.
If you have a washing machine, cooker, tumble dryer, dishwasher or wooden furniture to get rid of, Gwyn i Wyrdd will collect for a charge of £15 (for up to three appliances). Gwyn i Wyrdd is a local reuse and repair scheme for white goods appliances.
We provide a bulky waste collection and will collect up to three items for £25 from your usual refuse and recycling collection point. It may be quicker to take the items to your nearest recycling centre, free of charge.
Page updated on: 24/09/2018
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