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Anglesey bids for ‘Plastic Free Status’

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Earlier this year, the Isle of Anglesey County Council committed its support to gaining ‘Plastic Free Status’ for Anglesey.

Councillors backed a joint campaign by the Surfers Against Sewage and Save Our Rivers groups which would see Anglesey become the first local authority in Wales to achieve official “plastic-free” status.

We’ll be working towards reducing the use of disposable plastic at our offices and schools; encouraging local businesses to use less disposable plastic and promoting plastic free ventures. 

The links below provide more information about the campaign and how you can help Anglesey gain ‘Plastic Free Status’. 

Contact Environmental Health

Public Protection Department
Regulatory and Economic Development
Council Offices
LL77 7TW
General enquiries:01248 752820
Animal welfare:01248 752866
Housing Enforcement Team:01248 752836/752835
Health and safety:01248 752866
Food Safety Team:01248 752866
Fax:01248 752880
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