Opening times for the Newtown Road Household Waste Recycling Centre
The site is open 7 days a week and operated by Veolia Environmental Services.
|1stOctober - 31st March||8.30am - 5.30pm|
|1st April - 30th September||8.30am - 7.30pm|
Boxing Day (26th December)
New Year's Day
Household Waste Recycling Centre
Please be aware the site can be very busy around any bank holiday and on sunny weekends
The site can not accept any vehicles over 2m (6.6ft) high.
Trailers are permitted as long as the combined vehicle and trailer length is less than 8.2m (27ft).
No Luton type vehicles, vehicles fitted with tail lifts or horse boxes are permitted to use the site.
There is no public access onto the site by foot.
Trade Waste is not accepted at this site.
There are facilities at this site to recycle the following:
* Please be aware that the site can not currently accept liquid emulsion or water-based paints, at this time. The site can however accept dried paint that is in a solid form.*
- Scrap Metal
- Rubble and Soil
- Household batteries
- Electrical Items
- Car batteries
- Used engine oil
- Household chemicals (please ask site staff for assistance)
- Gas bottles
- Garden Waste
- Electrical items
- Cooking oil
- Mixed glass
- Plastic bottles
- Drink cartons
- Books, tapes and CDs
- Bric a Brac
- Mobile phones (please remove sim cards and any personal data)
At Newtown Road you can also dispose of general household rubbish.
Pro-Grow is a fine grade, peat free soil conditioner, made from green garden material generated by households in West Berkshire. This product is rich in nutrients and essential trace elements, providing plants with an ideal growing medium. Residents can buy Pro-Grow from Newtown Road and the cost is £3 per 30 litre bag. Please pull in at the lay-by by the office and ask for assistance from a member of staff. Please note that we can only accept cheques in payment for Pro-Grow and can no longer accept cash.
Asbestos can be accepted at the site between these hours.
Island Road Household Waste Recycling Centre
Island Road is operated by Reading Borough Council. You can see more information about Island Road Household Waste Recycling Centre here..
For information on HWRCs in neighbouring authorities, please visit the Recycle Now website and search via your postcode.