The Council undertakes special collections (otherwise known as bulky uplifts) for large items from domestic premises. For a small fee, you can get rid of unwanted items quickly and easily - typically within eight working days of your request.
To request a special collections please contact Dudley Council Plus on 0300 555 2345. Requests for next day pickup can be done if the calendar allows and request is logged before 4pm on day of request.
|Monday||Bulky items||Sedgley, Coseley, Priory, Wrens Nest, Lower Gornal, Woodsetton|
|Tuesday||Bulky items||Kingswinford, Wall Heath, Wordsley, Brierley Hill, Quarry Bank (Brierley Hill), Pensnett|
|Wednesday||White goods||Stourbridge, Oldswinford, Wollaston, Wollescote, Quarry Bank (Halesowen), Cradley, Halesowen|
|Wednesday||Bulky items||Dudley, Netherton|
|Thursday||Bulky items||Stourbridge, Oldswinford, Wollaston, Wollescote, Halesowen, Quarry Bank (Halesowen), Colley Gate|
|Friday||White goods||Sedgley, Coseley, Upper Gornal, Lower Gornal, Woodsetton, Netherton, Kingswinford, Wall Heath, Wordsley, Brierley Hill, Quarry Bank (Brierley Hill), Pensnett|
We can collect bulky waste including garden rubbish and larger items of rubbish (e.g.: sofas and fridges). Items must be on customers property as near to pavement as possible. Please note that branches need to be cut to less than 4 Feet (1.2Mtrs) prior to collection.
A collection date will be confirmed with you when you call.
Bulky items to be outside of property on day of collection appointment. You must leave your items in an accessible location outside the property, but not on the public highway (i.e. road or path).
Items must be on residents premises, not footpath or highway. Please note that we will not enter premises to collect items, and only the specified items will be collected.
Please note that you will be charged if we come to collect your items but we are not able to collect them.
There are a number of organisation that aim to relieve poverty and reduce waste by promoting the re-use of essential household furniture and electrical appliances to help people in need. Before you dispose of any unwanted furniture, why not donate it to an organisation that will re-use it! We would much rather see items re-used than collected by us and scrapped.