From 10 December Glasgow City Council is restarting its household bulky waste collection service.
The service is for main-door and flatted properties where Housing Associations have no alternative waste management arrangements in place and will be by request only.
Residents should no longer place bulky waste out onto the streets or lanes as this will be considered to be fly tipping.
Requests for collection by the council can be made using the MyGlasgow app or online at www.glasgow.gov.uk/bulkywaste. Residents will be issued a Collection Date and should only put bulky waste outside within their property boundary the day before collection. Alternatively, the council’s Household Waste Recycling Centres are open 7 days a week or if items are in good condition, residents can also use Zero Waste Scotland's National Re-use Tool and donate items to charity.
At this time, the service does not extend to high rise or multi-storey properties - residents in these properties should continue to use their dedicated bulk chambers. For more information and a downloadable poster visit www.glasgow.gov.uk/bulkywaste