WODC reinstate bulky waste collections

The bulky waste service for residents is being started again to help residents dispose of larger items.
While it is still subject to some restrictions, residents will still be able to arrange for the collection of up to three items per household including furniture, white goods and large electrical items.

Cllr Norman MacRae, Cabinet Member for the Environment, said: “I am delighted to see this service starting again. We have recognised the inconvenience that the suspension of the bulky waste collection has caused to residents.

“I am sure residents will appreciate the hard work and determination of our officers and our contractor, Ubico, to facilitate this.  We have listened to concerns around fly-tipping and acted accordingly.”

The bulky waste teams will be operating to strict Government guidelines on social distancing.

Currently, no beds, mattresses, sofas or carpets will be collected but the service is subject to ongoing review.

For more information and to book a collection, see:


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