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Contaminated land

With the exception of Parys Mountain near Amlwch the industrial history of Anglesey does not point to major areas of ground contamination.

Modern day land uses are more likely to have introduced contamination. Examples of sources of contamination include: petrol filling stations, chemical works, ordnance factories, metal works and other such industrial land use activities.

The council’s main aims in dealing with contaminated land are to:

  • protect human health
  • protect controlled waters
  • prevent damage to property
  • prevent any further contamination of land
  • encourage the voluntary “clean up” of contaminated land
  • encourage the re-use of contaminated land or as it is known “brownfield” land

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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