Bulky waste collections
Broxbourne Services operates a
chargeable bulky waste collection service, allowing residents
and businesses to dispose of large and bulky quantities of waste,
- clearances of garden waste
and general rubbish
- collection of fridges, freezers,
washing machines, beds, furniture and much more
How can I arrange a bulky waste
Bulky waste collections can be arranged at a one stop shop or by contacting Broxbourne Services on 01992
Alternatively, please leave your details on our
online contact form and we will contact you to arrange a
The Council's Helpline (01992 785577) can
also provide advice on services, charges and instructions for
booking bulky waste collections.
How much does it cost?
The amount you will have to pay will depend on how many items
are to be disposed of. Please see the price
list for more information. Please note there is an
additional 2% charge for paying by credit card. There is no
charge if you make a payment by debit card.
Seperate charges exist for collections from commercial
premises. Please call a member of the team on 01992
642240 for further information.
Details of the service
Broxbourne Services' friendly and helpful staff offer
a quality service with a commitment to customer care:
- collections available Mondays, Wednesdays
- flexible collection times
- two clear working days notice is recommended
- the bulky items must be left outside but within the
boundary of your property
- collections are prompt and reliable with no mess left
- concessions available
We cover the whole of the Borough of Broxbourne and surrounding
areas, including Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, Goffs Oak, Wormley,
Turnford, Broxbourne and Hoddesdon.
Care for the environment
Broxbourne Services operates a licensed waste transfer
station and is compliant with the Environmental Protection Act
1990, Duty of Care regulations and WEEE (Waste Electronic and
Electrical Equipment) Directive.
Broxbourne Services prides itself on recycling and ensuring
that services are carried out in an environmentally friendly
- garden waste is composted
- materials collected are separated and recycled where
- remaining materials collected are disposed of at authorised