A collection service giving residents the opportunity to dispose of unused or unwanted bulky household items including fridges and freezers.
Residents can request a special collection if they wish to get rid of items that are too large or too heavy for the normal household waste collection.
Many stores offer 'take back schemes' so if you are purchasing a new large item such as a washing machine the company should take back your old one, often free of charge.
Smaller items, such as toasters can also be taken back to the store where you are purchasing the new one from.
The charge is based on the number of items collected:
|Number of items collected||Cost|
|Fridge or freezer||Free|
|Up to 4 items||£15|
|Up to 8 items||£30|
|Up to 12 items||£45|
Note: Bed base and mattress are counted as individual items.
For more than 12 items please call the Contact Centre on 01895 556000 for an estimate.
Residents in receipt of a state pension or disability living allowance can have the first four items collected free of charge. This special concession can only be used once every three months.
You will need to advise what items need to be taken when booking your collection. You will need to raise a request for each set of four items.
For those residents in receipt of a state pension or PIOP you are eligible for one free collection every 12 weeks.
Alternatively, you can arrange your booking over the phone by calling the Contact Centre on 01895 556000.
Please be sure to make a note of your collection date once booked.
Days: Monday to Friday
Times: 7am to 5pm
For collections from these premises please ring 01895 556000 to obtain a price for collections.
If you wish to cancel your collection you must let us know by midday the last working day before the collection is due to take place. Please call the Contact Centre on 01895 556000.
If you do not let us know in time and payment has already been received no refund can be given.
Help young people in care to make the transition into independent living. Young people who are at the first stage of setting up home, moving on tight budgets. Be a helpful resident, donate your unwanted nearly new furniture and essential household items to charities such as the Trinity Homeless Project
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