Turn your empty crisp packets into donations

Take part in the new TerraCycle® recycling scheme and support our workRead more

Wales gets the world’s first Green Key awarded brewery visitor centre

The Bluestone Brewing Company have been recognised for their sustainability efforts and their visitor centre has become the first in the world to achieve the Green Key award.Read more

New ‘on-the-go’ recycling campaign launched

Keep Wales Tidy and Cardiff Metropolitan University have launched a brand-new campaign to reduce cup waste and boost recycling on-the-goRead more

Velindre Cancer Centre tackling waste with reusable cups

Wales’ specialist cancer centre is taking action to reduce its environmental impactRead more

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