Waste Awareness Day in St. Davids

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Waste Awareness Day in St. Davids

Post by webjanitor » Fri Aug 18, 2006 4:48 pm

Waste Awareness Day in St. Davids on Saturday 23 Sept 2006, open to any Pembrokeshire community.

The day will take place all over St. Davids (10.30 – 3) and will include workshops and info stands on the following (and more!):

Clean Coasts
Composting & Recycling (Composting advice, community chipper service)
Waste reduction
Biodiesel
Art from Waste (Rag rug, sculptures etc)
Real Nappies Campaign
Carbon Gym
Green Dragon


For more info please contact Jetske Germing or Tracy Whistance at PLANED 01834 862101 or email valuingtheenvironment@planed.org.uk

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Post by Crusty Old Mike » Sun Sep 03, 2006 5:49 pm

Have you got tagged wheelie bins at St. David's ?

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Post by Bobby » Mon Sep 04, 2006 1:25 pm

We havent even got wheelie bins,unless you have bought them yourself. We have to guess whet time the dustbinmen are going to get here,I am either late, and they have gone, or early and the seagulls get the bags.

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Post by Crusty Old Mike » Thu Sep 07, 2006 6:38 pm

Perhaps you should tag the seagulls - HM Govt thinks it's the answer to minor crime.

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