We can collect items that are too big for your wheeled bin
We collect 'standard' household items for a fixed fee. These include:
This does not include fixtures and fittings. Items cannot be filled with other rubbish.
Please note we do not offer a house clearance service.
We collect up to 4 items per visit for £30.00. Extra items cost £7.50 each.
The fee is non-refundable because it covers our processing costs.
To make a booking, please complete our online form or call 01354 654321.
We may be able to collect 'non-standard' items, subject to quote. Examples include:
We can't collect the following items:
Your collection day depends on your location. Collections do not take place on Bank Holidays. When booking over a bank holiday weekend, if requesting a Tuesday collection, this will be collected on the following Tuesday (not the one directly after a bank holiday weekend).
|Tuesday||Chatteris, Christchurch, Doddington, Manea, Somersham, Stonea, Tipps End, Welches Dam, Wimblington|
|Wednesday||Foul Anchor, Four Gotes, Gorefield, Guyhirn, Leverington, Murrow, Newton, Parson Drove, Throckenholt, Tholomas Drove, Tydd Gote, Tydd St Giles, Walsoken, Wisbech, Wisbech St Mary|
|Thursday||Benwick, Coates, Eastrea, Pondersbridge, Ramsey Mereside, Rings End, Thorney Toll, Turves, Whittlesey|
|Friday||Coldham, Elm, Friday Bridge, March, Three Holes, Waldersey|
We collect items between 7am and 3pm.
Please leave your item(s) out by 7am on your collection day (and no earlier than the night before). This can be where you usually put your bins.
Make sure your items are accessible. Our collection crew cannot enter properties, garages or sheds.
We only collect items that you have paid for, so please don't add extra rubbish. If an item is too heavy we may be unable to remove it.
Fenland District Council is a registered waste carrier, which means you can be sure that your waste is being disposed of safely and legally. You can view our Waste Carrier Registration on the Environment Agency website.
You could donate your items to a charity or social enterprise. Many gratefully accept:
The British Heart Foundation collects from Fenland properties for free.
You can also take your item(s) to a Household Recycling Centre. This is free for household waste.