If you have large items at home that you no longer need and are still in good condition, you can have them collected by an organisation listed on the Re-use Line.
Items will be collected by a local organisation and re-used.
Before you book
The service is very busy just now, so if you can, please book a visit to a household waste recycling centre instead.
There is a charge for each individual item uplifted. Up to 5 items will be collected per uplift.
If you or a member of your household have Coronavirus symptoms, you should not book an uplift. If you have already booked an appointment, please cancel your booking and re-book once you are fit and well again.
Putting your items out for an uplift
All items must be on the pavement in front of the property by 7am on the day of collection. Waste must not be presented at any other time. Only items specified at the time of booking will be collected.
We’re sorry we can’t offer an assisted collected just now. Staff will not be able to enter any property or building to uplift booked items.
Items we can’t collect
We’re not able to offer uplifts of
- garden waste
- building materials
- storage heaters
- household wheelie bins
- car tyres
- barbed wire
- spot welders
- gas cylinders
- garden poles with cement still attached
- oxygen cylinders
- cast iron baths
- asbestos / hazardous waste
- electric or manual wheelchairs
- fire extinguishers
- food or sanitary products
- car batteries
- clinical waste
- liquid waste – for example, oil and paint.
Book an uplift
Other ways to dispose of your waste
Find out more about what to do if you’re having a clear out.