The Borough Council runs a weekly recycling scheme which includes: mixed paper and card, food tins/drink cans, plastic bottles and aerosols (boxes containing carrier bags may not be collected.) These materials can be placed mixed together in black boxes which are available free from the Borough Council. The boxes should be placed out with your blue bags for collection in the same twin bodied vehicle. Glass and textiles should be taken to your nearest recycling station.
Try the re3cyclopedia app to find out what you can recycle:
A brown wheelie bin can be provided from the Borough Council (annual charge applies), or, brown sacks can be purchased from Council Offices or libraries and can be left out on a fortnightly basis with your rubbish.
For more information visit Earley Town Council’s Helpshop.
‘Mucky Puppy’ Sacks
‘Mucky Puppy’ Sacks for use by responsible dog owners are available free of charge from the Town Council Offices, for residents of Earley. Dog Bags can be placed in any bins in the Wokingham Borough, as separate dog bins have now been removed. Earley Town Council maintains dog bins within its own Parks and Open Spaces.
The access to both Recycling Centres is only for residents of Bracknell Forest, Reading and Wokingham Boroughs. Please bring an official document which identifies you as a resident of re3. The re3 windscreen permit will no longer be acceptable as valid proof of address as of 1st February 2020.
Acceptable forms of ID include:
- Driving licence
- Current Council Tax bill
- Utility bill*
- Bank or credit card statement*
- Bracknell Forest resident E+ card
- Photocard bus pass issued by a re3 council
- Valid blue badge or residents parking permit issued by a re3 council
More information is available here