Special Neighbourhood Committee Meeting: Recycling and Refuse Collection

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Special Neighbourhood Committee Meetings to discuss the results of the consultation and to look at the recycling and refuse collection options available to the Council.

Members of the public are welcome to attend. Agendas will be published one week before the meetings.

For further details on refuse and recycling in the Royal Borough, please contact the Environmental Services Customer Care Team on 020 8547 5560 or e-mail

Dysart School
190 Ewell Road

Berrylands wants weekly collection back

Wheelie bin

Conservatives claim once a fortnight is rubbish according to their recent poll.

Stuck up kid

Boy in branches

Schoolboy climbs tree and won't come down.

Berrylands: Don't hold your breath

Bubbling sewage

Thames Water to action Hogsmill stink - next year.

Berrylands recycling trial a success

After the first six weeks of the recycling trial, Kingston council have announced that the collections have been successful, with green box recycling almost doubling, more than 3.5 kg of additional organic and cardboard waste collected per household, and a reduction in waste sent to landfill from 7.73 kg to 4.47 kg per household per week.

Berrylands recycling trial: 1st fortnight

While figures need analysis, up to 75% of households in the trial area are taking part in the weekly recycling and fortnightly rubbish collections - 50% of eligible residents take part in the green box scheme.

Disrupted trains this weekend

Passengers for local journeys in the Surbiton area should where possible use the bus service via Tolworth, which will offer faster journeys to and from London Waterloo than the buses via Wimbledon. Late evening services (after 2300) in this area may be replaced by buses for most of their journeys and passengers should check journey details before travelling.

Berrylands station will have no service and passengers should use the local K2 bus service (which will accept valid rail tickets) to connect with trains at Tolworth or Surbiton.

Official: Surbiton is a dump

1,700 used tyres fly-tipped at the Hogsmill Open Space.

Return of the Acid Man

Six more cars damaged as car vandal returns to Berrylands.

Berrylands refuse collection road show

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Come along and ask Kingston Council staff any questions you have about the new collections.

Berrylands Hotel
107 Chiltern Drive

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