Bulky waste collection in Arun
Use the Arun District Council approved bulky waste collection service, provided by Biffa.
Items we collect
American-style Fridge/Freezer, Chest Freezer, Dishwasher, Fridge-Freezer, Tumble Dryer, Washing Machine
Cooker, Cooker Hob, Computer/Printer, Electric Fire, Microwave, Audio Device/Stereo, Television, Vacuum Cleaner
Fixtures and Furnishings
Bath, Boiler Unit (drained), Cupboard, Internal / External door, Garage Door, Patio Door, Radiator, Sink, Shelving, Shower Screen, Shower Tray, Toilet bowl/Cistern (cleaned), Wooden Fire Surround, Work Top (max length 5 metres)
Carpets/Rugs (1 roll), Underlay (1 roll), Lino (1 roll), Laminate flooring (1 tied bundle)
Armchair, Bed and mattress (including headboard), Bookcase, Bunk Bed (dismantled), Chair, Chest of drawers (includes drawers), Dressing table, Mattress, Mirror, Set of Drawers, Sideboard/Dresser, Sofa (keep covered and dry), Sofa Bed / Futon (keep covered and dry), Stool, Table, Wardrobe
Barbeque, Bench, Bicycle (un-motorised), Composter, Fence Panel, Hutch / Kennel, Lawnmower (drained of petrol and oil), Outside Play Items (dismantled - max length 5 metres), Sun Lounger, Water Butt, Garden Parasol
Bagged Household Waste (3 bags), Domestic Oil Tank (empty and cut in half), Gas Bottle (empty), Fish Tank, Ironing Board, Ladders (max length 5 metres), Pieces of Wood (1 tied bundle)
This service is for Arun District Residents. If you live outside of the Arun District you can use Skoup - The simple way to get rid of waste.
This service is for the disposal of HOUSEHOLD WASTE ONLY and NOT business waste. If you are a business and require a collection please use Biffa's On Demand service by clicking here for more information on how to dispose of your business waste.
Is your furniture clean, good quality and reusable? Have you considered donating your items to local or national charities where they can be reused or repurposed? This helps divert your waste going to landfill and helping out good local and national causes at the same time. You can search online for your nearest charity shop.
If your waste is dumped illegally, you could be prosecuted for it - even if it was someone else who dumped it.