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Bulky household waste collection

Bulky waste is household waste that is too big to fit in your bin.  Bulky waste includes things like furniture and electrical goods.
 

Council housing and Housing Association tenants.

Council house tenants* or tenants of Great Places**, ACIS*** and Sanctuary there is no charge:

  • *Council housing tenants are limited to 1 free collection of up to 12 items in any 12 month period.
  • **Only Great Places tenants who have lived in their property since Stock Transfer in April 2007 are eligible for 1 free collection per year.
  • ***Tenants of ACIS are limited to 1 free collection of up to 9 items.

Additional collections will be charged the same amount as private tenants and householders.

The cost of this service is paid for through your rent.
 

Private tenants and householders

The collection charge is based on the number of items that need collecting.

Number of bulky items

Price

(including VAT)

1-3 £19.50
4-6 £32.50
7-9 £45.50
10-12 £58.50

 

Reduced charges

The charges are reduced if you receive income support, housing benefit, pension credit or job seekers allowance.

Number of bulky items

Subsidised price

(including VAT)

1-3 £10
4-6 £15
7-9 £25
10-12 £35

 

Other items

A collection service is available for items of bulky waste that are found in the home but which aren't classed as household waste.  Such items include fixtures & fittings, including baths*.

This is a minimum charge of £58.50 (including VAT).

A Manager may need to visit your home to provide an estimate of charges.

*The only type of bath that can't be taken (unless it is broken up) is a cast iron bath.
 

Arrange a bulky waste collection

You can pay over the phone.
 

Collection times

Once your payment has been received your bulky waste will be collected within 7 working days.
 

Alternatives to collections

Take your waste to any of our 5 Household Waste Recycling Centres.

Someone may make use of your items or give them to a charity. These and other recycling websites.
 

  • Modified: Apr 16, 2014 3:55:16 PM
Sheffield City Council - Bulky household waste collection

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Bulky household waste collection

Bulky waste is household waste that is too big to fit in your bin.  Bulky waste includes things like furniture and electrical goods.
 

Council housing and Housing Association tenants.

Council house tenants* or tenants of Great Places**, ACIS*** and Sanctuary there is no charge:

  • *Council housing tenants are limited to 1 free collection of up to 12 items in any 12 month period.
  • **Only Great Places tenants who have lived in their property since Stock Transfer in April 2007 are eligible for 1 free collection per year.
  • ***Tenants of ACIS are limited to 1 free collection of up to 9 items.

Additional collections will be charged the same amount as private tenants and householders.

The cost of this service is paid for through your rent.
 

Private tenants and householders

The collection charge is based on the number of items that need collecting.

Number of bulky items

Price

(including VAT)

1-3 £19.50
4-6 £32.50
7-9 £45.50
10-12 £58.50

 

Reduced charges

The charges are reduced if you receive income support, housing benefit, pension credit or job seekers allowance.

Number of bulky items

Subsidised price

(including VAT)

1-3 £10
4-6 £15
7-9 £25
10-12 £35

 

Other items

A collection service is available for items of bulky waste that are found in the home but which aren't classed as household waste.  Such items include fixtures & fittings, including baths*.

This is a minimum charge of £58.50 (including VAT).

A Manager may need to visit your home to provide an estimate of charges.

*The only type of bath that can't be taken (unless it is broken up) is a cast iron bath.
 

Arrange a bulky waste collection

You can pay over the phone.
 

Collection times

Once your payment has been received your bulky waste will be collected within 7 working days.
 

Alternatives to collections

Take your waste to any of our 5 Household Waste Recycling Centres.

Someone may make use of your items or give them to a charity. These and other recycling websites.
 

  • Modified: Apr 16, 2014 3:55:16 PM