You can place a maximum of 2 cubic meters of material out for collection (ie. 1metre x 1metre x 2metre).
This can be made up of any unwanted bulky household goods that are too large to fit in kerbside bins, except the following items where other disposal options apply.
Check out our A-Z disposal guide for detailed information on what can go in hard waste.
The following items are banned from landfill and are therefore not accepted:
- Metals - steel and metal products such as white goods and hot water systems
- e-waste (all electronic goods)
- car parts - including batteries and tyres
- cardboard (put in your recycling bin)
- chemicals and hazardous materials (asbestos, paint, gas bottles, lino/vinyl flooring, waste oil and medical waste)
- food and other material accepted in your waste, recycling or green organics bins
- green organics
- timber (excluding doors (cut to max of 1.5m), furniture and fittings)
The following items can cause damage to our collection vehicles and are therefore not accepted:
- industrial or trade wasteincluding building and demolition waste (brick, rubble, tiles, concrete, stormwater piping (PVC), plasterboard or fiberglass or fibrocement board)
- plate glass, glass doors, furniture with glass in it or mirrors
Check out our A-Z disposal guide to find out how to dispose of these items.
Items placed out that are not eligible for collection as per above OR do not meet the criteria identified below will not be collected and will be your responsibility to dispose of responsibly.
- You can place a maximum of 2 cubic meters of materials out for collection (6x4 trailer load equivalent).
- Items must be placed as close as practicable to the kerb without blocking pedestrian access (items will not be collected from private property).
- Please remove doors from any furniture for the safety of children.
- Items longer than 1.5 metres in length will not be collected.
Ensure items can be easily lifted by two people.