Bulky household waste collections

Service suspended:
The TB4B special bulky waste collection service has been suspended due to Coronavirus outbreak. Friday, 20 March will be last day of collection, all jobs after that have been cancelled. Refunds for all paid collection will be processed as soon as possible. 
Please check our website for further updates.  We apologise for any inconvenience and hope to resume the service as soon as possible.

Too Big For The Bin collection service

If you have larger household items that you want to throw away, our Too Big for the Bin service can help.

We collect most furniture and household items such as:

  • TVs and stereos
  • washing machines
  • sofas
  • tables and chairs
  • mattresses

We don't collect:

We can only collect from residential properties within the borough.

Commercial customers including property managing agents, commercial and private landlords can use our commercial waste services.

Costs and booking

We can collect up to ten bulky items for £32.60.

The service is currently free of charge if you are receiving housing and/or council tax benefit. We will need your NI number when you book.

The Bulky Waste Collection has been suspended due to Coronavirus outbreak.

If you have an existing booking until we will attempt to honour that, but we will be reviewing the situation daily. If we are unable to collect we will inform you by either e-mail or text.

If you would like to make amendments to your existing booking please e-mail us at tb4b@rbkc.gov.uk or call on 020 7361 3001 before 12pm on the working day (Monday to Friday) before the collection is due.

We apologise for any inconvenience and hope to resume the service as soon as possible.

Reuse and recycle your bulky waste items 

If you think someone else or a neighbour might want an item you want to get rid of, don't dump it, Freegle it free of charge!  Freegle is a charity and enables you to exchange unwanted items for free. To find out more, and to see what is currently available, visit Kensington and Chelsea Freegle.