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Large item kerbside collection

Brisbane City Council is offering free collection of your unwanted household items from the kerbside in front of your home.

During the week commencing Monday 24 October 2016

residents in Bardon, Red Hill, Paddington and Petrie Terrace

Brisbane City Council will collect unwanted household items that are too big for wheelie bins as part of the kerbside large items collection.

Place acceptable materials for collection on the kerbside in front of your home on the weekend before the collection starts in your suburb. All items must be on the kerb by 6am at the start of the collection period.

Acceptable items

furniture and white goods (e.g. fridges and stoves)
small household appliances (e.g. fans and toasters)
carpet and rugs
bath and laundry tubs
wood products less than 1.5 metres
bicycles and sporting equipment
electronic waste (e.g. televisions and computers)

Unacceptable items

garden waste (e.g. trees, grass, potted plants)
dirt and stones
bricks and concrete
commercial builders waste
car parts and tyres, including car batteries
general household waste (e.g. food scraps)
hazardous wastes (e.g. chemicals, oil, asbestos)
gas bottles
glass and mirrors
household waste that normally goes into your waste or recycling bin

Council will not collect unacceptable items placed on the kerb. Illegal dumping fines may apply if unacceptable material is not removed within seven days of the notified collection period.

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