Bulky waste collection

Our services include the collection of bulky waste. Our vans and crew are specialised in picking up, sorting and recycling bulky waste with considerations for both the environment and cost-effectiveness. We operate in the entire Randstad area, including the entirety of South Holland in the cities and surroundings of places like Rotterdam, The Hague, Delft, Leiden and Wassenaar, but also in Amsterdam, Utrecht and Haarlem.

On this page you can find more information on how to prepare your bulky waste for collection. If you would like to set up an appointment directly, please contact us.

How to prepare for bulky waste collection

Simple steps to set up an appointment for bulky waste. For more information about our House Clearance Company, please see the House Clearance Checklist.

  1. Make some photos of items and volume

    Alternatively, invite us for a quick review of the items.

  2. Determine if your goods are still usable, general waste or special waste

    Please let us know the state of the items to be picked up and in which category the items fall. Please see the FAQ below to know more about the categories.

  3. Contact us

    As a final step, let us know the details collected in the previous steps. Our experienced crews will take care of the rest.

Frequently asked questions

How do you take care of usable goods?

Reusable goods will be sorted and taken to a recycled goods shop (kringloopwinkel) or repair café. For example, functioning televisions, clothing or furniture. Please set these items apart from general waste or other bulky waste.

What do you consider “general bulky waste”?

In a nutshell, general bulky waste is bulky household waste that does not fit in a trash bin. Items will be sorted as much as possible, and loaded to be recycled or thrown away. Categories that we sort bulky waste are for example; all types of wood, bulky furniture, car tires, electronic appliances, (frying) oil in sealed packaging, garden waste, canisters and gas tanks, iron and metals, mattresses, (hard) plastic. These items will always be sorted as much as possible by our crews, but preparing your waste according to these guidelines will be greatly appreciated.

What do you consider “special bulky waste”?

Special bulky waste is waste that requires a little extra preparation to pick-up appropriately and safely. This includes, but is not limited to, batteries, domestic chemical waste, paint, earth, soil, sand, gravel, plasterboard, roof tiles and asphalt, turf (sod), windows and wired glass.

If you have any other question about bulky waste, please do not hesitate to contact us.