Recycling in West Berkshire

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Recycling in West Berkshire

We have two recycling centres in West Berkshire, located in Newbury and Padworth.

What can be recycled
 

Newtown Road

Padworth

AsbestosYesNo
BatteriesYesYes
Bicycles**YesYes
Black bag rubbishYesYes
BooksYesYes
Bric-a-brac**NoNo
Bulky wasteYesYes
Car batteriesYesYes
CardYesYes
CDs and DVDsYesYes
Ceramics*YesYes
Cooking oilYesYes
Food and drink cartonsYesYes
Furniture for reuse**NoNo
Garden wasteYesYes
Gas bottlesYesNo
Hardcore and rubble*YesYes
Household and garden chemicalsYesYes
Large and small appliancesYesYes
Mixed glass (bottles and jars)YesYes
Light bulbsYesYes
Mixed textiles and clothingYes***Yes***
Mobile phonesYesYes
PaintYesYes
PaperYesYes
Paper cupsYesYes
Plasterboard*YesYes
Plastic bottles and cansYesYes
Printer cartridgesYesYes
Scrap metalYesYes
ShoesYesYes
Soil*YesYes
Toys**YesYes
TVs and monitorsYesYes
Tyres*YesYes
Used engine oilYesYes
Wood and timberYesYes

* There is a charge for the disposal of these items, please see our non-household waste charges for information.

** The Community Furniture Project donation point is currently closed until further notice. 

*** Service availability is subject to change at short notice due to market challenges.

 

Here is a list of what you can recycle at our mini recycling centres

Location

Textiles

Small Electrical Items

Food and Drink Cartons

Paper

Card

Plastic Bottles and Cans

Thatcham, Kingsland Centre

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Hungerford, Station Road

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Newbury, Waitrose

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Newbury, Sainsburys

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Hermitage, Hillier Garden Centre

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Burghfield, Willink Leisure Centre

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Theale, Train Station *

Yes

No*

No*

No

No

No

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