Reading and Berkshire public holiday bin collection dates in your area
As many of us know, garbage collection times on public holidays can be a tricky business, with many boards choosing to change schedules to accommodate staff absences.
And with many unexpected or just plain unnoticed adjustments, you might be wondering what to expect in your area.
Here at BerkshireLive, we’ve found the latest information on holiday ferries in your area.
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The normal collection date would have been August 30 – but it was revised to the day later – August 31.
Collections will be delayed 24 hours until September 4.
West Berkshire Council will now collect trash and recycling on public holidays and note that trash cans or recycling containers must be taken out by 6am on the public holiday, ready for collection.
You can find your next collection day here .
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Due to the holiday, residents of Maidenhead will have a 24 hour delay to have the garbage removed.
From August 30. until September 5, all collections will be done one day later than usual.
From August 23, the borough will be subject to deadlines for waste collection, the council confirmed.
However, things are expected to be back to normal by August 28, with all collections due to be completed. to this date.
Except during the Christmas time , bin collections take place as usual on public holidays.
It helps to know that collections tend to take place earlier in the day on these dates, so make sure you have your bags ready and taken out the night before.
The borough council did not disclose any information on the latest bin collections. But for a street-by-street update, you can use the postcode checker to find out when your collection date is.
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