Vale of Glamorgan beach wins clean up competition

The event will included a range of activities showing the importance of clean and healthy beaches and the effects of marine litter.Read more

Wilko and Keep Wales Tidy help transform Bedwas Bus Depot to Community Garden

Volutneers from wilko and Keep Wales Tidy have been taking part in a litter-pick to help create a sustainable community gardenRead more

New marine litter project launched

The Welsh Government is supporting a new research project into marine litter, the Environment Minister, Hannah Blythyn, has announced.Read more

Action to prevent littering and dog fouling

Local authorities across Wales took part in a ‘day of action’ on Wednesday 10 October to raise awareness of the far-reaching impacts of littering and dog fouling.Read more

We all have a favourite park and now’s the time to vote for yours

The experts have had their say and in July 1883 parks and green spaces in the UK were given a prestigious Green Flag AwardRead more

Chewing gum recycled into buckets and spades

Keep Wales Tidy launch a world first product made entirely from chewing gumRead more

Hospital garden blooms

Outdoor space at Llantrisant hospital is transformed for patients and staff to enjoyRead more

Clean home, clean hair, clean beaches

Fairy and Head & Shoulders launch new bottles made using beach plastics recovered by volunteersRead more

Pugh’s Garden Centre to go plastic free

During August, Pugh’s in Radyr will house a Keep Wales Tidy pop-up stall selling reusable products and sustainable alternatives.Read more

Household waste survey now live

We want to hear from you!Read more