The change will come into force at 00:01 Saturday 24 October. Find out more details about Slough going into tier 2 and what it means.
Please go to our coronavirus pages for the latest guidance, how services are affected, and what help is available.
It will now be open between 9am and 6pm every day as per the normal summer opening hours. Please note:
Household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) are provided as a place where residents can safely dispose their household waste and recycling. There are 3 centres available to Slough residents.
Details for the Burnham and Langley centres can be found on the Buckinghamshire County Council website.
The Chalvey HWRC is available temporarily to residents of Slough and of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead only.
Most items of household waste can be accepted free of charge. You may be asked for proof of address and photo ID (driver's licence or passport) to confirm that you are eligible to use the site and may be refused entry if unable to supply this.
If you need assistance recycling or unloading any items from your vehicle, please ask a site operative who will be happy to help.
The public site is open 7 days a week. Last entry 15 minutes prior to closing.
If there is an enquiry in to the origin of the waste that you are bringing to the HWRC, the site operative may refer you to the lower site and weighbridge.
Drivers should report to the weighbridge office, where vehicles are inspected to make sure only domestic waste is being disposed and recycled.
Last entry 15 minutes prior to closing.
Commercial or trade waste operators will not be able to access the HWRC. Please visit the weighbridge during opening times.
Traders will need to show copies of their ‘Waste Carriers Licence’ at time of tipping. Businesses have a legal duty of care to dispose of their waste properly and must pay commercial rates. It is illegal to deposit trade waste at the HWRC.