Bulk and Oversized Item Collection

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  All bulk collection items need to be scheduled  by calling Patriot at

703-771-6677 or by 

emailing leesburgsupport@patriotdisposalservices.com 

Examples of What Can and Cannot Be Picked Up

*Any construction debris (including kitchen cabinets, wood, lumber, drywall, tile, roofing materials, siding, carpet and/or carpet padding, bricks, blocks, landscaping timbers, sod, tires, TV's and containers or bundles weighing more than 50 lbs. or longer than 4 feet will incur an additional charge based on the material and quantity.  These items must be handled on an individual basis.

Allowed Not Allowed 
  • Furniture (includes sofas, chairs, tables, bookcases, etc.) 
  • Mattresses & box springs - limited quantity per pickup
  • Appliances (see note at right about refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioning units)
  • Lawn furniture
  • Mirrors 
  • Rugs
  • TV stands
  • Ironing boards
  • Coolers
  • Ceiling fans
  • Firepits
  • Vertical blinds
  • Bikes
  • Bunk beds
  • Basketball goals (pole must be broken down to 4-5' to fit in collection vehicle and base has to be drained of water and or sand)
  • Exercise equipment - treadmills, elliptical machines, etc. must be broken down into pieces under 50 lbs. per piece for pickups
  • Water heaters
  • Barbecue grills (do not include propane tanks)
  • Washers, dryers, and microwaves
  • Push lawnmowers (gas and oil must be drained)
  • Bedframes
  • Wheelbarrows
  • Dishwashers
  • File cabinets
  • Vanities, toilets and sinks
  • 3 bags of resident generated construction debris (55-gallon bags - maximum 50 lbs. per bag )
  • Wood pieces under 5' long with nails hammered down or removed. A maximum of 12 pieces of wood will be collected per bulk pickup.
  • Tree limbs, tree stumps, logs, firewood or yard waste (more information about yard waste collection)
  • Mulch
  • Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioning units, and other refrigeration equipment that has not had the chemical refrigerant removed by a licensed technician/ * refrigerator must be emptied or it will not be collected
  • Carpet and padding
  • Hazardous household waste (paints, stains, pesticides, etc.)
  • Bricks, tiles, concrete products, rocks or stone (please note - stone also includes materials such as slate, granite, quartz, etc.)
  • Construction debris*, including drywall, cement board, shingles and insulation (more information about disposal of construction debris)
  • Cabinets
  • Lumber and wood trim over 5' long
  • Tires (on or off rim)
  • Automotive parts
  • TVs, monitors (of any model) or computer equipment 
  • Grandfather clocks
  • Pianos - any kind
  • Pool tables, air hockey tables
  • Floor model copiers and printers
  • Riding mowers and tractors
  • Wood and plastic play sets
  • Windows, shower doors, shower stalls, gazebos, interior and front doors
  • Garage doors
  • Items too large or heavy to be lifted safely by a two-person crew or too large to fit into the collection vehicle


Before placing your bulk/oversized items out for collection,
please review the following guidelines:

  • Call or e-mail requests should be directed to Patriot Disposal Services
  • List all items to be picked up - please do not use general terms such as "furniture" - please list items to be collected.
  • Drain oil and gas from lawnmowers
  • Remove doors from appliances to prevent children from becoming trapped inside.
  • Do place items at curb where you normally place trash and recycling for pickup. Crews cannot come onto private property to take items.
  • Do not include propane cylinders with gas grills
  • Please limit the volume of material to a pile not to exceed 4' high x 8' long x 4' wide.  If you have more material than this, you will need to split this between multiple pickup appointments.
  • Do not mix with yard waste, brush, recycling or other debris. Keep these items separate for crews to identify and collect.
  • Do not block sidewalks, hydrants or utilities with bulk/oversized items.
  • Do not leave bulk/oversized items on driveways, carports or other locations on the property - they must be at the curb or public right-of-way.
  • Do not park in front of your bulk/oversized  items or place them in areas that might be difficult for crews to see - please help them by making sure your items are clearly visible from the road.