Wales' regions working together
National problem, local solutions
While every council in Wales is committed to recycling 70 percent of our waste, they will still need to develop new facilities that can treat the waste that is left over.
This means large scale infrastructure change. From locating buildings and facilities to developing new technologies, creating a zero waste Wales will require a huge national effort.
To meet this challenge, councils across Wales are joining together in regional partnerships. They aim to develop the most sustainable, cost effective and practical solution for dealing with the waste that is created in your region as a whole.
Planning for the development of a new waste treatment infrastructure will involve us all. From European, national and regional governments to local councils and local communities – we all have a say.
To find out more about what is happening in your local area click on the maps below:
Food waste treatment hubs
- North East
- Prosiect GwyriAD
- Central Wales Waste Partnership
- South West
- Tomorrow’s Valley
- Heads of the Valley Joint Waste Procurement Partnership
- Cardiff and Vale food waste