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26 February 2010
Residents of Kensington and Chelsea can go online to get rid of their bulky items. The Too Big for the Bin service is one of the most popular the Council offers and is available on the Council's website www.rbkc.gov.uk/refuseandrecyling
The new online service is just one of the ways Kensington and Chelsea is helping to provide residents with convenient and varied access to Council services. For those residents without internet access, it will still be possible to book and pay for a Too Big for the Bin collection by telephoning Streetline on 020 7361 3001 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Councillor Nick Paget-Brown, Cabinet Member for Environment, said: "Too Big for the Bin is very popular and I am pleased that we are able to offer the service in another way, giving residents even more choice in how they access Council services.
"Our waste collection service is greatly appreciated by residents, indeed at a time when many Councils are only collecting rubbish once a fortnight, we collect twice a week."
The Too Big for the Bin service will collect up to ten items from domestic properties only, Monday to Saturday, at a cost of £22.70. Residents in receipt of housing benefit and/or Council Tax benefit can use the Too Big for the Bin service free of charge. Due to their hazardous components, fridges and freezers are collected free of charge for all residents.
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