DIY waste collection

Book a DIY waste collection to dispose of the waste produced during home improvements

Before making a booking, note that:

  • Check whether you can donate, sell, share or repair your bulky item
  • This service is for residential properties only and will be collected from your home
  • If you live in a block of flats, collections take place on the same day as the standard waste and recycling collections for households on your street
Household DIY waste we can or cannot collect
We can collect We cannot collect
Any items fixed to a wall or floor that can be safely lifted by two people Anything that cannot be lifted safely by two people. If you need such items collected, break them down into pieces that can be safely lifted
Bath units - such as, sink, toilet or shower panels Building and commercial work waste
Blinds Rubbish produced by workmen employed in your home
Built-in wardrobes Bricks, soil, rubble or stones. Small amounts can be delivered to the Household Waste and Recycling Centre in Smugglers Way
Cupboard (free-standing/wall-mounted) Waste from works of construction, demolition or preparatory works (for example, rubble, plasterboard, fitted kitchen units, fitted bathtubs (cast iron baths), fitted carpets, doors etc.)
Doors Cement
Fitted bath (ceramic) Car batteries
Fitted carpet Engines or other parts
Free-standing bath Oil or liquids
Fence Plasterboard
Kitchens units/cabinets Boilers and radiators 
Skirting boards  
Wooden fencing  


Minimum collection charge:

  • Up to four bulky DIY items (or up to 12 sacks): £94.20

Each additional item:

  • Cost per sack (up to 25kg): £8.10
  • Cost per bulky DIY item: £19.90

Arrange a collection