Furniture Removal Toronto
Things that would never fit in your garbage bin, even when empty, are considered oversized (previously called "bulky"). They can be left next to your garbage bin for free regular pick-up, without requiring tags or special arrangements. Put oversized items 0.5 metres (2 feet) away from your garbage bin on your scheduled garbage day.
Note: The collection calendar indicates bicycles are oversized items to be left at the curb with regular garbage, bicycles are considered oversized items.
Oversized Items: sofas, chairs, wooden furniture, beds, mattress, appliances, fridge, freezers, ovens, etc.
Annual fee effective 2017: $8.00 (per residential home / per multi-residential unit) will appear on the Utility Bill regardless of whether an oversized item is placed out for collection or not. Approximate implementation date to appear on Utility Bill will be March 1, 2017 retroactive to January 1, 2017. The amount will be spread over the year, billed at pro-rated amounts based on the length of a given billing period.
Single residential/building with less than 8 units/townhouse complex with individual curbside collection:
Note: Solid Waste Management has different trucks. If the regular operation has the split truck then many times the oversized items do not fit and the driver/loader must radio for another truck to handle it.