Bulky waste collections

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Bulky waste collection service

If you've got unwanted furniture, white goods or electrical items, you can select and pay for up to five large items, such as washing machines, mattresses, beds and sofas, to be collected from the edge of your property. 

If you claim benefits, you may be entitled to receive two bulky collections per year at a discounted rate. Up to three items can be collected on each collection date.

Number of items collected Rate Subsidised rate
1 £39.00 £19.50
2 £45.00 £22.50
3 £51.00 £25.50
4 £57.00  
5 £63.00  

 

You don’t have to be in on your scheduled collection day, just make sure the items are placed outside by 7am. If you live in a block of flats, you can place your items (on the morning of collection) in your communal bin store area.

Some restrictions apply:

  • Items must be at the edge of the property for collection. They cannot be collected from sheds, garages or from inside the home.
  • Fridges and freezers can be collected, but please note they count as three items.
  • If there are any sharp or broken edges, these must be wrapped so they can be handled safely and securely by the crew.
  • The service is for the disposal of items you would take with you when moving home. It does not dispose of items such as concrete, double glazed windows, fencing, kitchen units or water and oil tanks.

Leave a voicemail for Biffa on 01883 712333, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, to arrange a collection or for more information.  

Please read the Terms and Conditions of this service.

You can also take the items to some community recycling centres

Furniture reuse

If you want to find a new home for your unwanted furniture or kitchen appliances contact the Surrey Reuse Network on 01737 773133.

Donate items to charity

Have you considered donating furniture, household items or electrical items to a charity?  Many charities offer a free collection service if the items you wish to donate are in reasonable condition and has a fire safety label attached.