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Guide prices & example photos of DIY waste disposal in London

29 January 2021

How much should it cost to get rid of waste from home improvement, DIY and tradesman work in London in 2021?

Below are recent examples of what licensed waste collectors are charging to remove and dispose of a wide range of bulky waste from repairs and home improvement work, including old kitchens, bathroom rip outs, flooring, tiles, sheds, rubble and fridges.

Collection rates range from as little as £20 to £300 and depend on the amount, weight and type of waste, how much labour was involved in clearing it, and when the collection needed doing.  Some of these prices look crazy cheap, but that’s because a waste collector happened to be passing pretty much at the exact same time the lucky customer wanted it removing – which meant that the normal call out/travel cost could be removed!

Note: those marked with an asterisk include 20% VAT which, if you are VAT registered business, you could claim back.

To find out how much it will cost to dispose of your DIY waste or find a great value licenced collector – go to

Wood & kitchen waste £115*

Kitchen waste £180

Kitchen cabinets £100

Skip bag £90*

Bathroom 4.5yds £150

Beebag £85

Kitchen disposal £150

Bathroom renovation £150*

Home refurbishment £190

Oven & junk £150*

Kitchen sink & wood £40

Kitchen cabinets £40

Rubble & renovation waste £70

Slabs £70

Pallet & tiles £70*

Bathroom suite £65

Soil and bricks £500

Dismantled units £80

Wood & refurbishment £280

Rubble & wood £60

Bathroom refurbishment £100

Bath & tiles £140

Kitchen & bathroom units £125

Bathroom refurbishment £140

Rubble £45*

Construction waste £150

Wood £50

Pallets £150*

Renovation waste £180

Builders rubbish £200*

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