The service is for oversized items which will not fit in a standard wheelie bin.
We will collect up to 5 items in a single uplift – a list of acceptable items is available in Section 16 of the Household Waste Policy.
Please note that it is not a collection service for excess household waste that should be placed in a household bin. If you wish to present acceptable items in clear bags eg toys, carpet pieces, small electrical appliances, these should be described fully when ordering an uplift.
Before disposing of any bulky items outside, please consider whether they can be reused. You can donate usable items to local charity organisations:
National re-use This phone line and website service easily allow you to pass on household items to be used again. The re-use phone line works with community-based reuse organisations, local authorities and partners across Scotland to provide the public with a free collection service for unwanted items.
Alloa Community Enterprises, t: 01259 928081 (free uplift)
Household Waste Recycling Centre - you can dispose of a variety of items, free of charge, at Forthbank Recycling Centre
Private householders are charged £50.00 as of 1 April 2023 per uplift. All chargeable uplifts must be paid in advance.
For Clackmannanshire Council tenants, the charge is covered by the rent tenants pay to the Housing Revenue Account (HRA). The number of uplifts available to tenants in the year is subject to the approved housing budget, and thereafter tenant requests will be subject to charging.
Paragon Housing Association tenants are currently entitled to multiple uplifts as the charge is paid from their rent.
Ochil View tenants may be entitled to a discounted rate subject to limits set by the company. Please phone the Council Contact Centre on 01259 450000 to check eligibility.
Clackmannanshire Council also provides a Commercial Waste services. Prices vary dependent on bin size chosen and frequency of collection. Please call 01259 450000 to arrange or discuss this service.
To view a list of frequently asked questions such as 'What items can't be uplifted? then please see our dedicated FAQ page.
Most uplifts are being completed within 10 working days. This may sometimes take longer depending on demand.
Please see our Terms & Conditions page for complete uplift requirements.
Please consider fire safety when storing materials to be uplifted. It is not good practice to store an item in a close or against a building as this is classed as a fire hazard.
Another option is to use the National Re-use Collection Service.
If you have large items at home that you no longer need and are still in good condition, you can have them collected for free by calling the Re-use Line on 0800 0665 820. More information can be found at http://www.recycleforscotland.com/re-use/national-re-use-phone-line
The National re-use phone line collects bed frames, mattresses, chests of drawers, book cases, wardrobes, dressing tables, tables, chairs, sofas, armchairs, washing machines, electric cookers, fridge freezers and bikes.
Kilncraigs, Greenside Street, Alloa, FK10 1EB
Tel: 01259 450000