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Council renews legal pressure against RML

As part of our approach to jointly tackling the ongoing odour issues at Withyhedge with NRW, Pembrokeshire County Council is progressing with its legal challenge against RML.

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Legal advice sought to address Withyhedge landfill enforcement

Pembrokeshire County Council has sought legal advice and is contemplating legal proceedings against Withyhedge Landfill operators RML, in regards to the ongoing odour issues at the site.

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Statement: Withyhedge Landfill

Pembrokeshire County Council Leader Cllr David Simpson has today welcomed news that Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is taking further enforcement action at Withyhedge Landfill.

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Snow disruption sees waste collections rescheduled

Snow update: Waste and Recycling collections are suspended today (Thursday, 18th January)

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Pembrokeshire County Council statement: Withyhedge Landfill site

Pembrokeshire County Council can confirm that we have recently received complaints from members of the public relating to odours originating from the Withyhedge Landfill site.

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Christmas and New Year waste and recycling

There will be some changes to waste and recycling collections over Christmas and New Year in Pembrokeshire.

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Bookings open for real Christmas tree collections

Pembrokeshire residents are once again able to book a kerbside collection of their real Christmas tree over the festive period.

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Council announces changes to residual waste collections

Pembrokeshire County Council is ceasing provision of grey bags and reverting to household provided black bags for residual (non-recyclable) waste collections.

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New food recycling campaign to push participation even higher

In the last three years Pembrokeshire has come top in Wales for recycling, but one area that needs improvement is the disposal of waste food that could be recycled but isn’t.

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Bonfire advice follows rise in complaints

Pembrokeshire residents are being asked to consider the impact on neighbours when planning a bonfire.