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Oakley & Deane Parish Council

Waste Collection and Recycling

Kerb-side  collections in Oakley:

Grey / black bins:  containing household waste are collected on a weekly basis on a Friday.

Green bins: are collected fortnightly on a Friday and should be used for:

  • paper
  • cans - washed and flattened
  • cardboard - folded as flat as possible
  • clean plastic bottles including drink bottles, shampoo and bleach bottles

Green plastic box:  are emptied fortnightly on the same day as the green bins and should be used for glass bottles and jars – rinsed and tops and corks removed

For more useful information visit: www.basingstoke.gov.uk  and follow the links

Recycling points in Oakley:

Beach Park car park, Station Road, Oakley, RG23 7HA:  there are containers where the following items can be recycled:

  • Glass bottles and jars - rinsed and tops and corks removed
  • Mixed paper – including Yellow Pages and shredded paper
  • Aluminium foil
  • Textiles and clothes
  • Shoes
  • Electrical and electronic equipment

Fox Inn, Newfound, RG23 7HH:  containers are situated in the car park for recycling

  • Textiles and clothes
  • Shoes

One Stop Shop, Oakley Lane, Oakley, RG23 7JY:  containers are situated on the roadside for recycling:

  • Textiles and clothes
  • Shoes

Recycling outside the village of Oakley

Household Waste Recycling Centre:  Wade Road, Basingstoke, RG24 8PL 
Phone:   (01256)  352984 

Opening times:   Open 7 days a week, except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day

  • 1 October to 28 February - 0900 to 1600
  • 1 March to 31 March - 0900 to 1700
  • 1 April to 30 September - 0900 to 1800

For additional information see:  www.hants.gov.uk/wasteandrecycling/recyclingcentres/hwrcfinder/Basingstoke

Trade Waste recycling services

The  Household Waste Recycling Centre welcomes businesses and traders. The HWRC in Basingstoke offers a ‘pay by the load’, quick and convenient recycling and waste disposal service.

For more information on what you can take to the HWRC and the charges for the service, please visit HCC's trade waste webpages.

Other methods of recycling

  • Organic waste:  should be composted for the enrichment of your garden or recycled in green bags supplied and collected at fortnightly intervals by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council – an annual fee is payable. This service is for all grass cuttings, cut flowers, hedge clippings, weeds, twigs and prunings. For more details visit:  www.basingstoke.gov.uk/gardenwaste
  • Christmas trees:  Non-plastic Christmas trees left at the agreed collection point are shredded by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council.  See December / January Link for location and dates.
  • Old mobile phones and ink cartridges:  Oakley Scout Group collects these items as part of their fund-raising.  Contact the Scout Group by email at oakley@bwgs.org.uk
  • Postage stamps, foreign and obsolete UK coins:  Many charities welcome these items.


How environmentally friendly are you?   Try answering the following questions. They're based on 'The Environment of Basingstoke, towards 2010', a forum held at the Anvil early in 2001. If you can answer “yes” to the questions you should be polishing your halo - and exploring even more ways of protecting our fragile and special environment so as to conserve our depleting resources!

  • Do you recycle organic material for compost, paper, glass, cans, foil, cardboard, textiles, oil and batteries, mobile phones, laser and ink cartridges?
  • Do you have your car regularly serviced and do you walk or cycle if your trip is less than 2 miles?
  • Do you buy loose goods and re-use plastic bags for pedal bin liners or use them again when shopping?
  • Do you save water by showering and / or if you use the bath, do you share it?
  • Do you use energy saving light bulbs and do you turn the lights off when the TV's on or rooms are not in use?
  • Do you buy recycled paper, use both sides, and keep scrap paper for draft notes, doodling, children’s play-paper and shopping lists?