The bulky item collection service is provided by Amey, our waste collection partner, for residents who wish to dispose of items that are too heavy or large to fit into your black bin.
To arrange a bulky item collection, contact Amey on 01753 518 555 or freephone 0800 634 6301.
The cost to collect up to five items is £30.75.
Example of item units:
A free service is available for residents who are registered disabled or households where the sole occupants are pensioners (limited to two per year per household).
There are special collection rates for managing agents and landlords, contact Amey for a quote.
Payment must be made prior to the day of collection, either by cash, cheque or postal order (payable to Slough Enterprise Ltd).
You can either pay at the site office Monday to Friday between 8am and 4pm or by post to
White Hart Road
Berkshire SL1 2SF
If you are paying by post you will need to include details along with the cheque such as:
On your refuse collection day, please leave your item(s) outside your property along with your refuse bins.
If you live in a flat or have any access issues, make sure you inform Amey of your circumstances. Amey will not collect any items from inside your property.
There are a number of ways that residents can dispose of bulky or other re-useable household items. These include:
If you have any equipment supplied by the Berkshire Community Equipment Service (BCES), operated by NRS Healthcare, and no longer need it then please contact NRS Healthcare on 0844 8936 960 to arrange for its collection free of charge.
Collection of the equipment will be made within 10 days of you telephoning them and in most cases much sooner.
Or, if you are able, you can drop the items off at the address below (including Saturday mornings up to 1pm):
NRS National Care
Units 1-3, Ely Road
You can tell if the equipment you have is loaned to you by Berkshire or NRS as the equipment will have a label similar to the image on it.
Fly-tipping is a crime, which carries a maximum £50,000 fine at Magistrates Court and up to five years in prison and an unlimited fine at Crown Court.