Bulky waste items

The bulky item pick-up program is now available across Norfolk County.

  • Appointments can be booked and pre-paid with ServiceNorfolk by calling 519-426-5870 or 226-NORFOLK ext. 0
  • Cost $40 including tax per pick up (not refundable)
  • Only those who pre-pay and book will receive pick up
  • Pick-up will occur on scheduled weeks each month
  • Items must be generated from a household
  • Load size limited to 2 cubic meters (approximate size of a pickup truck box)
  • 10-foot maximum length of any item
  • Items must be able to be lifted by two people
  • Items for pick up must be placed out curbside Monday at 7 a.m. of the designated appointment week.
  • Collection will occur at any point during that week

 

Bulky Item Appointment Collection Dates Appointment Cut off (12 pm)
January 22-26 January 19, 2024
February 26 – March 1 February 23, 2024
March 25 – March 38 March 22, 2024
April 22-26 April 19, 2024
May 27 – 31 May 24, 2024
June 24 – 28 June 21, 2024
July 29 - August 2 July 26, 2024
August 26 – 30 August 24, 2024
September 30 - October 4 September 27, 2024
November 25 – 29 November 22, 2024
December 16 - 20 December 13, 2024
  • Appliances (stove, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer)
    • Refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, freezers, or any Freon type appliances require an Ozone Depletion Prevention Tag attached in order to be collected.
  • Furniture such as sofas, couches, desks, chairs, tables, rugs, patio furniture, bedsprings, mattresses, bed frames
  • Fixtures such as bathtubs, toilets, and sinks
  • Other items from a household such as water heaters, bicycles, barbeques (propane tank removed)
  • Any other large articles that would come from inside a household
  • Carpet or pool covers rolled and tied (max 4 foot x 2 feet)
  • Business, commercial, agricultural and construction material
  • Wood
  • Small items, loose refuse and other rubbish waste
  • Construction material, masonry, or any rubble or refuse from building repairs or construction including:
    • Glass, windows, doors, siding, lumber, drywall, concrete, stone, earth, asphalt, bricks, fencing, decking, ceramic tile
  • Organic material such as trees, tree stumps, leaves, branches, animal carcasses, feces
  • Manufacturing, industrial or commercial materials
  • Agricultural waste, fencing, crates, skids, plastic material from farm activities
  • Farm machinery or equipment parts
  • Automotive parts or bodies
  • Household fuel oil tanks or items with gasoline tanks (lawnmowers etc)
  • Drums, fire barrels
  • Electronics
  • Liquid waste, motor oil, paints, solvents, propane tanks, fertilizers, pesticides or any hazardous waste
  • Tires
  • Recyclables like glass jars, paper, cardboard