Welsh Water is warning people they could face prosecution if they are caught fly-tipping at any of its sites. The warning comes after the company successfully prosecuted an individual who illegally disposed of waste at the car park of one … Continue reading →
The amount of waste households in Wales are recycling has increased again, according to provisional figures released by the Welsh Government. Welsh Local Authorities recycled on average 63% of waste for the 12 months up to December 2016, compared with … Continue reading →
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The Welsh Government is deliberating an 80% recycling target by 2035 among a number of measures being considered to further increase resource efficiency within the country. The announcement was made by Dr Andy Rees, head of waste strategy branch for … Continue reading →
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Natural Resources Wales has lent its support to ‘right Waste, right Place’, opening the campaign up to more businesses across the country. The waste awareness campaign will target small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) and other organisations throughout Wales with information … Continue reading →
A Welsh landfill company has been fined after a worker had to have both legs amputated after being run over. Mold Crown Court heard how the worker was walking across the yard at the Bryn Posteg Landfll site in Llanidloes, … Continue reading →
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