Tamworth Regional Council lays the ground rules for bulky waste collection.

WASTE NOT: Broken furniture can be collected by council next week. Photo: Peter Hardin

WASTE NOT: Broken furniture can be collected by council next week. Photo: Peter Hardin

IF YOUR neighbours have added a few retro lawn-accessories in the last couple of days, it’s probably not because they’re planning a hipster-garden party.

Tamworth Regional Council is kicking off its first round bulky household waste collection on Monday, June 19.

 Council will lay down the ground rules about the biannual bulky waste bonanza this morning.

Bedding, old-furniture, small white-goods, TVs, computers and printers can all be collected from your kerb over the coming week.

However: chemical waste, fridges and large white goods, motor parts, glass and demolition materials are not permitted.

Ever picked up something unique during the bulky waste period that still had some use?

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