Bulky waste collection at home

Every household living in the City of Brussels can make an appointment for the collection of a maximum of 2 m³ of bulky waste at home.

This service is limited to one request per household and per calendar year.

Applicants are allowed to leave their bulky waste items on the sidewalk, along their façade, from 8 pm on the day prior to the day of the collection.

Applicants will receive a leaflet that they will have to affix on their bulky waste, so that it is clearly identified as such, and not as illegal waste dumping.

The applicant does not have to be present when the City's teams collect the waste.

The collection will be planned as soon as possible, within the limits of operational capacity.

Which waste?

Accepted waste:

  • Furniture, mattresses and decorative furniture.
  • Electrical and electronic household appliances.
  • Other household waste that cannot be collected in household waste bags due to their volume, weight or nature (tools, toys,...).

Refused waste:

  • Construction and demolition waste (irrespective of the type of waste: wood, plaster, rubble, parquet floors, tiles,...).
  • Household chemicals or chemical products (gardening products, photography products, batteries and cells, medical products, printer cartridges, glues, paints, fire extinguishers, aerosols, vegetable and mineral oils,...), whatever their quantity.
  • Waste subject to bagged collection by Bruxelles-Propreté teams or which can be placed in specific containers at public collection sites (household food waste, cardboard and paper, PMC waste - i.e. plastic bottles, metal packaging, drinks cartons, organic waste, garden waste, clothing, bottles and glass containers,...).
  • Tires.


  • The person's main residence must be located in the City of Brussels
  • The person must not have submitted any other request on behalf of the household during the current calendar year.

How to apply?

  • Online via MyBXL

More info?

Required document

ID card


Free of charge


The collection will be planned as soon as possible, within the limits of operational capacity.

Other solutions?

There are also various other solutions for your bulky waste (collection per quarter, collection by the Region and via the container parks):