As a resident, you can have your bulky household waste, white and brown goods collected from your home. You can collect a maximum of 1 cubic metre (1 m3) per appointment. Residents of Gorinchem, Hardinxveld-Giessendam and Molenlanden pay € 40.00 per cubic metre (1 m3). You pay directly with iDeal when you make the appointment. In the Vijfheerenlanden municipality, residents do not have to pay separately to have their bulky waste collected.

Bulky waste, also known as bulky household waste, refers to items in your home such as a broken chair and discarded table. These are items and materials that should not or do not fit in your residual waste container or in the collection containers nearby.

  • Is it still working? Then sell it, give it away or take it to the thrift store.
  • Is it broken? Have it repaired at a workshop or repair café, have your old or broken appliance taken away by the supplier delivering your new one, or bring it to the waste disposal site
  • Rather have it collected? Then make a bulky waste appointment with the following form.

Conditions for having bulky household waste collected

We advise you to read the terms and conditions carefully. This will prevent us from taking your waste.

  • Make sure your waste is at the public road by 7.30am on the agreedn day. Make sure there are no trees, cars and lampposts in the way. The place should be easily accessible for our trucks.
  • Do not put bulky household waste on your own property and not at the collection containers (environmental parks).
  • Make sure loose materials are bundled by type.
  • Maximum length per bundle: 1.5 metres.
  • Maximum weight per bundle: 25 kg.
  • Separate metal (scrap metal) and electrical appliances from bulky household waste.
  • You can offer a maximum of 1 m³.

What are we not collecting?

Please note that batteries, asphalt, construction and demolition waste (such as plasterboard, bricks, rubble, roofing leather), impregnated wood (fences, posts, sleepers), wooden pallets, asbestos, car tyres, small chemical waste (such as oil and paint), glass, sanitary ware, mirrors, textiles, bags or boxes with contents cannot be collected from your home. These products and materials can be bring to one of our environmental centres.