Your household rubbish and recycling collections are changing in summer 2024, so Wokingham Borough Council want to make sure you’re prepared well in advance.
These changes are an exciting opportunity for us all to play our part in increasing the borough’s recycling rates and become one of the nation’s top performers, setting an example for other areas to follow.
As well as reducing our environmental impact and helping us meet the Council’s climate emergency commitments by cutting carbon emissions, they’ll help us to reach and hopefully exceed the Government’s future recycling targets.
Here’s your “bintroduction” 🤝 to the wheeled rubbish bins that most homes will get from late May!
📅 The new collections will start in August – more at https://t.co/kxj2gofn9A
— Wokingham Borough Council (@WokinghamBC) January 11, 2024
They’ll also help us make necessary savings as we face unprecedented financial challenges, ensuring we balance our budget and can continue to be there for residents who need our help the most.
Wokingham Borough Council consulted on this proposal in 2022 and more than 9,000 residents responded. About 75 per cent said they either supported the changes, could accept them or had no strong feelings.
Please note that alternative arrangements will be made in some cases, like flats or properties with no space at all for wheeled bins, and we’re reviewing the needs of larger households and those that produce medical waste.