Bulky waste is a term used to describe items that are too big to be taken away in the regular bin collections.
You can take these goods free of charge to North Yorkshire County Council's household waste recycling centres at:
- Gatherley Road, Brompton-on-Swale
- Moor Road, Leyburn
These centres are open all year round but close every Wednesday. You can find more details and opening hours here.
We can collect bulky waste from your home. It costs £40 for up to five items and £50 if one or more of the five items is hazardous.
To arrange and pay for a bulky item collection, fill in the Request a bulky waste collection form.
If you leave household items out for collection, make sure they're stored safely and securely, so that they don't pose a risk to anyone, especially children.
Rather than dispose of these items, you might like to offer them to organisations and charities that can make good use of them instead. An online search will offer plenty of options.
Changes in the law mean that some household items are now classed as hazardous waste.
- Computer monitors
- Fluorescent tubes
If they're being collected by us as a bulky items collection, there's an extra charge.
You can also take hazardous waste household items to one of North Yorkshire County Council's household waste recycling centres at Gatherley Road, Brompton-on-Swale, or Moor Road, Leyburn.
Private waste contractors deal with hazardous and special waste from trades or businesses.
For more information about hazardous waste, contact the Environment Agency on 03708 506506, or visit GOV.UK
Special precautions may be needed when moving or disposing of asbestos.
To book a bulky waste collection, please contact us.