Because efficiency matters

CIWM Resource Conference Cymru 2017

With the impending exit from the European Union there is future uncertainty over Wales’ financial situation where we will be unable to access European Structural funds. Important changes are underway and we need to keep up momentum in moving to a more sustainable future.

posted: 03 March 2017

Beacon Event

Free Seminar ‘Plants to Products – From Concept to Commercialisation’ with focus on product commercialisation and (IP) http://lnkd.in/WUuK9A

posted: 08 April 2013

WRAP Cymru Delivery Plan

WRAP Cymru have now published their new delivery plan for 2011-2015 which highlights the areas they will be prioritising and which supports the aims of the Welsh Governments “Towards Zero Waste” Strategy .

posted: 16 September 2011

Anglesey Ecoparc Môn

Anglesey Ecoparc Môn
COST: £7 million


Anglesey Ecoparc Môn Ltd (AEM), a new start-up, was formed to build a recycling and waste management facility at Môna Industrial Park on Anglesey, North Wales. The intention was to set-up a 40,000 tonne p/a commercial materials recovery facility and AD plant that will act as a means of waste disposal for local businesses and waste carriers alike.

posted: 21 July 2011

Grays Waste Holyhead: Segregated Recycling Collections

Grays Waste Management
The aim was to develop a segregated commercial collection for a local waste management company taking them from ‘collect and landfill’ to a fully segregated recycling service.

posted: 21 July 2011

Anglesey is the top of the league for recycling

The BBC have reported that Anglesey Council has come top of a recycling league out of all the Welsh Authorities.  Because of the recently introduced food waste collection service much of Anglesey’s food waste goes to make soil improver. While the increase in the amount of waste recycled over all has increased this year to 57%, the aim for WAG is for councils to be recycling 70% by 2025. 

Johathan Eastwood the councils waste management officer explains that a big part of the success of the program is the ease of which the systems are implemented.  It goes to show how important planning and consultation with the communities and business are in setting up collection systems.

posted: 15 April 2011

SEACAMS New Innovation Centre

COST: £6.5 million
SIZE: 1800m2


This new facility will be a doorway between academics and researchers into the commercial business sectors in Wales.  It will provide the intellectual, technical and practical infrastructure for improving collaboration between researchers and businesses.

posted: 27 January 2011