Items must be able to be lifted by 2 people

Bulky waste items

Piles must be only TWO (2) cubic metres or ONE (1) pickup truckload of large items per household. Items must be able to be lifted by 2 people. 

Place items curbside on the same side of the road as you normally leave your garbage and recycling by 7 a.m. on Monday of your designated week to ensure collection as pick up may not occur on your regular collection day.

Spring Dates:

  • June 1 – 5 – Zone A (Ward 5)
  • June 8 – 12 – Zone B (Wards 6 and 7)
  • June 15 – 19 – Zone C (Wards 3 and 4)
  • June 22 – 26 – Zone D (Wards 1 and 2)
Zone Map

Norfolk County map of zones for bulky item pick-up. Zone A is ward 5, Zone B is ward 6 and 7, Zone C is ward 3 and 4 and Zone D is ward 1 and 2.

 

Materials Accepted
  • Appliances such as stoves, microwaves, refrigerators*
  • Furniture such as sofas, couches, desks, chairs, tables, rugs, patio furniture, bedsprings, mattresses, bed frames
  • Fixtures such as bathtubs, toilets, sinks
  • Household items such as water heater, bicycles, barbeques (without propane tanks), and any other large articles which would normally come from a household
  • Carpet or pool covers, rolled & tied (Max 4’ L x 2’ D, able to be lifted by 2 people)
  • Hot tubs & pianos if broken down

* Refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers or any Freon type appliance require an Ozone Depletion Prevention Tag attached.
** No items exceeding 10 feet in length

 

Materials NOT Accepted
  • Farm machinery or equipment parts
  • Large trees
  • Animal carcasses or feces
  • Automotive parts or bodies
  • Household fuel oil tanks or items with gasoline tanks
  • Drums, fire barrels
  • Electronics
  • Paint cans, glass jars or other recyclables
  • Business, commercial, agricultural and construction material
  • Small items, loose refuse and other rubbish waste
  • Construction material like:
    • masonry
    • rubble or refuse from building repairs or construction
    • glass, windows
    • doors
    • siding
    • drywall
    • concrete
    • stone
    • asphalt
    • bricks
    • fencing
    • wood
  • Large branches and timber
  • Manufacturing, industrial or commercial materials agricultural waste, fencing crates, skids, or plastic materials from farm-related activities
  • Hazardous waste like:
    • liquid wastes
    • motor oil
    • paints
    • solvents
    • propane tanks
    • fertilizers
    • pesticides