If household items are too big to fit in your wheelie bin, can't be donated or transported to a Household Waste Recycling Centre, contact us to arrange a bulky waste collection.
Cunninghame Furniture Recycling Company may collect household furniture and furnishings in good condition free of charge.
Bulky waste charges
Up to 5 items - £26.46, extra items £5.29 each.
Items that are not on the order will not be collected.
Where to put items for collection
Once you have booked a collection, place items on the kerbside (without blocking the pavement) before 7am on the day of collection.
The crew won't return for missing items, or collect anything in a hazardous condition.
The crew is not required to enter homes to remove items booked for collection.
We will collect
- carpets, rugs, linoleum
- bags (you must tell us what is in the bags)
- packaging and boxes
- keep fit equipment
- bath screens
- electrical good/white goods (like fridges and freezers)
- garden tools and lawnmowers
- toys (bike, trampoline, swing, climbing frame)
We won't collect
- builders waste, garden waste, domestic waste
- fixtures and fittings (doors, skirting, windows etc)
- house clearances
- engine oil, car batteries, car parts
- liquids, hazardous waste, gas cylinders
- wood, laminate flooring, fencing
On the mainland and Cumbrae white goods are collected on Mondays and/or Tuesdays. Other items are collected as follows:
- Monday - Cumbrae
- Tuesday - Saltcoats, Stevenston, Ardrossan
- Wednesday - Irvine
- Thursday - North Coast
- Friday - Garnock Valley
For the residents of Arran, white goods and other bulky items are collected on a Thursday.
How to book a bulky waste collection
Book bulky waste collection
or call 01294 310000. Our advisers will ask a few questions before booking your collection slot, depending on availability.
Please note: from February 2024 we are changing the way we dispose of upholstered furniture to reduce potential harm to the environment.
Change or cancel a collection
Call us to change, or cancel, a collection up to 3pm on the working day before due collection date.
Private contractors carrying out work
Private letting owners and letting agents operate commercially. They have a duty of care to dispose of waste materials left at the premises.
Contractor's waste cannot be collected as part of a household bulky waste collection. Before a contractor carries out works at your home you should check if they have a waste carrier's license. The contractor is responsible for removing any waste created.