Oxford County can help with the collection of oversize waste

Program Requirements

  • Set out by 7am on the Monday (including Statutory Holidays) of your collection week. Late set outs may not be collected
  • Place no more than one metre from the curb
  • Items must be set out on your property, do not place across the road or in ditches, and easily visible (clear of tall grass)
  • Maximum weight of any item is 45 kg (100 lbs)
  • Bag tags are not required for large items

Does your item fit the program?

  • Does your item weigh more than 45 kg (100 lbs)?
  • Can it be easily broken down into a garbage bag?
  • Is there another diversion program in place for this item?
  • Is your item small but you have a large quantity?
  • If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, your items does NOT meet the program requirements

map of Ingersoll zones highlighted in different colours

Zone 1: April 4
Zone 2: April 11
Zone 3: April 18

April 25 - Schedule for this zone has been adjusted in 2022

May 9

May 16 -Schedule for this zone has been adjusted in 2022

May 30

June 13

Set out by 7am on the Monday of your collection week

Please note: The City of Woodstock offers large article pick-up several times throughout the year, and the Town of Tillsonburg operates a year-round transfer station to receive large articles.

 Acceptable Material
  •  Household furniture including tables and chairs
  • Carpet rolls & under padding (6' maximum, rolled and bundled)
  • Pool filters (no sand) & pool covers
  • Water softeners (no salt or contents inside)
  • Mattresses & box springs


Your garbage bin or the landfill isn’t the only option. Many items can be donated, sold, or upcycled.

  • Regular household garbage & recycling
  • Glass & mirrors
  • Leaf & yard waste
  • Electronics (computers, televisions)
  • Scrap metal
  • Loose materials in cardboard boxes
  • Tires
  • Automotive parts
  • Items piled on trailers or wagons
  • Construction, demolition & building material (concrete, toilets)
  • Freon containing units (fridges, freezers, air conditioners)
  • Hazardous waste (paint, pesticides, propane tanks)
  • Appliances (washers, dryers, stoves)
  • Items that can be broken down and placed in a garbage bag