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Furniture and White Goods

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Chairs and tables

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Building materials

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Beds and mattresses

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Oil and paint

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Three piece suites

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Garden waste

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Bedroom furniture

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Gas bottles

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Large household appliances

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Hazardous waste

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Carpets and rugs

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Tyres

 

Furniture Mine is part of Emmaus Potteries, the local branch of the international charity Emmaus.  It focuses on helping homeless people rebuild their lives through meaningful work, training, community solidarity and social enterprise.  Each local branch creates a self-supporting community based around the retail enterprise of furniture recycling, white goods refurbishment and up-cycling.  To increase the number of items that can be reused, collections are made from inside your property so they aren’t damaged by the weather.  

If your furniture can be reused it will be collected for free.  

Reusable and reconditioned items are available in two local shops, which are open Monday to Thursday 9am - 5pm, Friday 9am - 4.30pm and Saturday 10am - 2pm:

  • Bridge Street, Newcastle-under-Lyme ST5 2RY
  • Cannon Place, Hanley ST1 4QA (main showroom)

There’ll be a charge for all items which can’t be reused as they will need to be recycled.

One to three items: £35
Four to six items: £55
Seven to nine items: £70
Ten items or more: £10 per item

To request collection of unwanted furniture or white goods please telephone: 01782 717717

Email: bulkycollections@newcastle-staffs.gov.uk

We are not able to collect the following items:

  • Cast iron washing poles
  • Supermarket trolleys (you should contact the supermarket concerned)
  • Metal garage doors
  • Garden lawn rollers
  • Gas cylinders (you can arrange disposal by contacting the supplier, for example Calor)
  • Safes 
  • Oil (this can be disposed of free of charge at County Council recycling sites/tips like the one at Leycett)
  • Car batteries (these can be disposed of free of charge at County Council recycling sites/tips like the one at Leycett)
  • Clinical waste (this should be disposed of through your health centre)
  • Hazardous waste including asbestos sheeting (please contact us for further information)
  • Storage heaters which contain asbestos
     


 

 
 
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