Bulky item collection - Bulky Bob's
Bulky Bob's is our free bulky item collection service for Liverpool City Council residents.
Request a collection
Collection dates are based on when we are next in your area.
Request a bulky item collection online
Alternatively you can chat online to one of our staff:
How many items will you collect?
You can request up to five bulky items per individual property and an unlimited number of small electrical items and textiles (clothes, belts, shoes, handbags) per collection. We collect items in our distinctive purple wagon with Bulky Bob’s and Liverpool City Council logos on.
Note: You cannot book a collection for textiles only. Bulky Bob's will only collect bags of textiles alongside your booked collection. Just bag them up and give them to the driver.
Where to leave your items
You must leave items on the ground floor of a property so that they are accessible on the day of collection.
Items we collect
- Fridges, freezers, cookers and microwaves.
- Dishwashers, washing machines and tumble dryers.
- Carpets and underlay (volume uplifted per collection is discretionary).
- Wardrobes, chest of drawers, tables and chairs.
- Display cabinets and coffee tables (if containing glass, it must be secured and not broken).
- Dining room tables and chairs and dining room furniture (free standing).
- Sofas and armchairs.
- Televisions, videos and TV cabinets.
- Internal doors.
- Vacuum cleaners.
- Bed frames and mattresses.
- Bikes and exercise equipment.
- Computers, monitors and printers (classed as one item).
- Cots, prams and high chairs.
- Garden furniture.
- Small electrical items (hairdryer, straighteners, toaster, kettle etc.)
- Textiles (clothes, belts, handbags, shoes).
Items we do not collect
- Glass items where the glass is damaged or hasn't been secured.
- Builders waste, garden waste or domestic waste.
- Fixtures and fittings (external doors and windows etc.).
- House clearances.
- Fabrics or bags of miscellaneous items.
- Liquids, hazardous waste or gas cylinders.
- Sun beds.
- Toys and pianos.
You can dispose of items we do not collect at Otterspool Household Waste Recycling Centre.
What happens to the bulky items you collect?
We reuse and recycle goods to help reduce the pressure on landfill sites.
We also sell good quality ‘pre-loved’ furniture to low income families in Liverpool through:
Bulky Bob's Furniture World Store
127 -137 London Road
P: 0151 207 2148