We can remove any item as long as it can be lifted by two people. For example, but not limited to:
Furniture: beds, sofas, tables, chairs, armchairs, cabinets, wardrobes, computer desks
Appliances: cookers, washing machines, fridges, freezers, microwaves, tumble dryers, stereos, televisions, printers, fax machines, computers
Garages, Lofts and Cellars: tools, lawn mowers, boxes, clothes, books
Garden: shrubs, bushes, branches, mud, concrete, soil, turf, compost, garden furniture, sheds
Construction and Demolition: plaster, plasterboard, pallets, glass, concrete, packaging, metal
Roofing and Flooring: tiles, carpets, wood
We can’t collect certain hazardous materials such as paint cans, motor oils, chemicals, solvents, asbestos, medical or biological waste but your local authority can offer advice on how you should dispose of them. Certain items, which we can collect, are classified as hazardous waste because of the way in which they need to be disposed. These items include computer monitors, fridges and freezers. There is a supplement rate for these items because our disposal costs are higher.