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Get rid of large unwanted items

Coronavirus: Waste

Brown bin (garden waste) collections are suspended until further notice. The Council has published home composting advice to assist residents.

Residents should continue to present their blue and grey bins on alternate weeks on their usual collection day.

To help protect our bin crews and maintain waste collection services here in East Staffordshire, please follow the guidance issued by Government if you are self-isolating or displaying symptoms of coronavirus.

Other ESBC services affected by Coronavirus

Bulky Waste Collections

The Council has made the decision to suspend Bulky Waste collections. The Council will be making every effort to contact those who have outstanding orders.

Before you ask us to collect an unwanted item, can you get rid of the item at your local recycling centre?.

We can collect domestic appliances, furniture and similar household items up to a maximum of 10 items.

We can collect up to 3 fridges or freezers at a cost £20 per unit.

Ask the Council to collect your bulky waste

Order you bulky waste collection

The cost

  • You can have up to three items collected for £30.00
  • If you wish to have more than three items collected, each additional item is £7.00. We can only collect a maximum of ten items.
  • Fridge or freezer can be collected at £20 per unit

What we can't collect

We are unable to collect asbestos, batteries, boilers, bricks, rubble, broken glass, ceramic baths, garage doors, cement, soil, liquid waste inc. paint, oil and tins/drums, tyres or cast iron products, i.e. baths, rayburn cookers, aga cookers, etc. , gas bottles/cylinders, metal car parts,greenhouses, sheds, summerhouses, pianos/organs or sun beds.