In March 2008 Veolia Environmental Services was awarded a 25 year contract with West Berkshire Council and is targeting a long-term 49% recycling rate as part of a major boost to recycling in the area.
Residents in West Berkshire are now able to recycle a much wider range of waste from the kerbside.
HWRCs offer a collection point for recyclable materials in accessible locations.
Our IWMF is designed to significantly improve recycling and composting rates.
What happens to waste?
Watch our video to find out about what happens behind the scenes at the Padworth waste management facility operated by Veolia.
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- 11 April 2014
Recycle “Eggstra” This Easter
In the UK, we buy a staggering 80 million Easter eggs, which generate around 4,000 extra tonnes of waste from packaging.
- 21 March 2014
More Time For Recycling In Newbury
Longer opening hours will be in place from Tuesday 1 April 2014 at the Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) on Newtown Road, Newbury, managed by Veolia Environmental Services on behalf of West Berkshire Council.
- 27 February 2014
Want to save cash on food? It's in the pan...
Visitors to Newbury Farmers Market on Sunday 2 March between 9am - 1pm can learn how to save up to £50 off their monthly food shopping bill by making the most of the food they have and make delicious sweet and savoury pancakes this Pancake Day.