Parry Batth

Wokingham Borough Council - Shinfield North
Executive Member for Environment and Leisure

News

Thank You! Increased glass recyling

Cllr Parry Batth ( lead member for the environment) wants to thank Wokingham Borough residents for making the most of our bottle banks.

Between April and June this year we recycled almost 350 tonnes more glass than in the same months in 2019.

 

 

Waterproof sacks to replace black boxes for recycling

The waterproof sacks were found to be the most practical and effective option for keeping paper and card dry, while minimising cost and providing best-value for residents and retaining weekly collections.

Gym lovers rejoice as leisure centres re-open!

Fantastic news that most of the Wokingham Borough Council's Leisure Centres have re-opened today! 

Loddon Valley Leisure Centre
St Crispins Leisure Centre
Arborfield Green Leisure Centre 
Ryeish Green Sports Hub

Conservatives propose improvements for recycling collection

Cllr Parry Batth Executive Member for Environment will be asking the Executive on Thursday evening to replace black boxes with weighted, water-proof sacks for its kerbside recycling collection to help keep paper and card dry. Changes in the world market for recycled material have meant that wet p

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