Environment Background Print

The village Recycling Point, located at the Community Centre on Chapel Street has facilities for dealing with metal cans, glass and plastic bottles . Please note that vehicle access is not always available at evenings and weekends, but you will save energy and walk won't you!

The paper recycling bin is on Frog Lane, behind the Gredington Arms.

Recycling and Waste Advice Print
What you can do now

The average household in Wrexham produces over 1 tonnes of waste every year, of which a large percentage is currently disposed of by landfill. But by making a few simple changes, this amount can be significantly reduced:

Water Print

Why do we need to save water?
We’re placing more and more demands on the amount of water we have. Climate change and an ever growing population means the way we currently use water is damaging our natural environment and is not sustainable. Getting water into our taps has another cost too - carbon emissions from treating and transporting water. An average UK family uses about 500 litres of water per day, which results in more than 1.5 tonnes of carbon escaping into the atmosphere every year. There are simple steps that we can all take now to reduce the amount of water being wasted, to protect our precious water resources for the future.


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