Bulky Waste Collections
Birchwood Town Council no longer offers a bulky waste collection service.
Warrington Borough Council will (currently) take up to three items of waste away for £20, and residents can add an additional two items, at a cost of £6.67 per item. They no longer take white goods free of charge. All collections are subject to a charge, with no concessions provided.
The three community recycling centres are also available for residents to dispose of their waste. For links to details of their opening times, and what can be taken to the centres, along with further information regarding the Borough Council’s bins, and bulky waste collection services click here.
The Borough Council can be contacted on 01925 443322, or via their website: www.warrington.gov.uk.
Community Recycling Centres Update
from Warrington Borough Council
Stockton Heath, Gatewarth and Woolston community recycling centres (CRCs) are now open for essential trips only.
Gatewarth, Barnard Street, Sankey Bridges: Open, 8am-6pm, seven days a week.
Woolston, New Cut Lane, Woolston: Open, 10am-4pm weekdays, 8am-6pm weekends.
Stockton Heath, Sandy Lane, Stockton Heath: currently Open, 10am-4pm weekdays, 8am-6pm weekends.
For the latest guidance and information about what you can and can't take to the tip at the moment, please visit the bins, waste and recycling coronavirus page:
Please do not visit the site if you are able to safely store your waste at home, thank you for your patience.