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                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS


1.0    INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................1
       1.1  BACKGROUND ........................................................................................1
       1.2  STUDY AIMS AND METHOD ................................................................1
       1.3  STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT..............................................................2

2.0    WASTE ARISINGS IN THE SOUTH WEST WALES REGION .................3
       2.1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND TO THE REGION ...............3
       2.2 CURRENT WASTE ARISINGS ...............................................................3
       2.3 SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL WASTE ARISINGS .................................4
           2.3.1 Commercial and Industrial Waste Arisings....................................4
           2.3.2 Special Waste Arisings ...................................................................5
           2.3.3 Construction and Demolition Waste Arisings................................5
           2.3.4 Municipal Solid Waste Arisings ....................................................5
           2.3.5 Agricultural Waste Arisings ...........................................................6
           2.3.6 Other Wastes (incl. Biodegradable, Hazardous, Packaging, ELV, &
                 WEEE)............................................................................................6
       2.4 PREDICTED WASTE ARISINGS............................................................8
           2.4.1 Summary Forecast for all Waste Streams ......................................8
           2.4.2 Commercial and Industrial Waste Forecasts ..................................8
           2.4.3 Special Waste Forecasts ...............................................................10
           2.4.4 Construction and Demolition Waste Forecasts ............................10
           2.4.5 Municipal Solid Waste Forecasts .................................................12
           2.4.6 Agricultural Waste Forecasts........................................................13

3.0    EXISTING AND PLANNED WASTE MANAGEMENT
       ARRANGEMENTS............................................................................................14
       3.1  DATA SOURCES ....................................................................................14
       3.2  EXISTING PROVISION OF WASTE MANAGEMENT
            FACILITIES .............................................................................................15
            3.2.1 Waste Management Facilities.......................................................15
            3.2.2 Recycling and reprocessing Facilities ..........................................15
       3.3  INPUTS TO WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES ..........................15
            3.3.1 Waste Management Facilities
            3.3.2 Recycling and reprocessing facilities ...........................................16
       3.4  CAPACITY OF WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES.....................16
            3.4.1 Waste Management Facilities.......................................................16
            3.4.2 Recycling and reprocessing facilities ...........................................18
       3.5  PROPOSED WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES ..........................18
            3.5.1 Recycling and reprocessing facilities ...........................................18
       3.6  CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENTS ..................................................19
       3.7  UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLANS....................................................19

4.0              KEY FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS ...............................20
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TABLES

Table 1.1:     Key stages of the study
Table 2.1:     Principal waste streams arising (tonnes) in the South West Region of Wales in
               1998/99
Table 2.2:     Commercial and Industrial waste arisings data (in tonnes) in South West
               Wales in 1998/99
Table 2.3:     Special Waste Arisings data for South West Wales (in tonnes) in 2000/01
Table 2.4:     Construction and demolition waste arisings data in South West Wales (in
               tonnes) in 2001 and 1999
Table 2.5:     MSW arisings data (in tonnes) for South West Wales (for 1998/99 to 2001/02)
Table 2.6:     Agricultural Waste Arisings Data for South West Wales (in tonnes) in1988/89
Table 2.7:     Summary of proposed waste arisings forecasts within South West Wales to the
               year 2021
Table 2.8:     Commercial and Industrial Waste Management Methods (in tonnes) for the
               South West Wales Region in 1998/99
Table 2.9a:    Waste management methods estimated for 2005 assuming continuation of
               current management methods
Table 2.9b:    Waste management methods estimated for 2005 assuming C&I target of 85%
               of 1998 levels is met
Table 2.10a:   Waste management methods estimated for 2010 assuming continuation of
               current management methods
Table 2.10b:   Waste management methods estimated for 2010 assuming C&I target of 80%
               of 1998 levels is met
Table 2.11a:   Waste management methods estimated for 2015 assuming continuation of
               current management methods
Table 2.11b:   Waste management methods estimated for 2015 assuming C&I target of 80%
               of 1998 levels is met
Table 2.12:    Special waste management methods in South West Wales (in tonnes) in
               2000/01
Table 2.13:    Projected construction and demolition waste management methods (in tonnes)
Table 2.14:    Actual and possible MSW targets for Local Authorities within South West
               Wales region
Table 2.15:    Actual and possible MSW tonnages required to meet policy targets for Local
               Authorities within South West Wales (assuming a medium growth rate
               scenario)
Table 3.1:     Number of waste management facilities in the South West Wales Region in
               2001
Table 3.2:     Capacities of Accredited Reprocessors in Wales According to Waste Stream
Table 3.3:     Summary of waste deposited at management facilities in the South West
               Wales Region 2000/01 (tonnes)
Table 3.4:     Waste Deposited at Open/Closed Treatment Facilities for the South West
               Region of Wales in 2000/01 (tonnes)
Table 3.5:     Waste Transfer Deposits at Open Gate Facilities for the South West Region of
               Wales in 2000/01 (tonnes)

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Table 3.6:   Waste Input to Civic Amenity Sites for the South West Region of Wales in
             2000/01 tonnes)
Table 3.7:   Waste Deposited at Licensed Landfills for the South West Region of Wales
             2000/01 (tonnes)
Table 3.8:   Capacity of Waste treatment facilities in South West Wales in 2000/01.
Table 3.9a: Remaining capacity (in m3) of licensed open gate landfills in South West
             Wales (as @ 2000/01)
Table 3.9b: Remaining capacity (in m3) of licensed open gate landfills in South West
             Wales (as @ 31 March 99)
Table 3.10a: Remaining capacity (in m3) of licensed restricted user landfills in South West
             Wales (as @ 2000/01)
Table 3.10b: Remaining capacity (in m3) of licensed restricted user landfills in South West
             Wales (as @ 31 March 99)
Table 3.11: Voidspace, deposits and remaining capacity at open gate landfill sites licensed
             for biodegradable waste in South West Wales (as @ 2000/01)
Table 3.12: Proposed facilities identified by each Authority within the South West Wales
             Region

FIGURES

Figure 2.1:    South West Wales regional grouping, Unitary Authority boundaries and
               principle towns and cities
Figure 2.2:    Waste Arising Projection for principal waste streams in South West Wales to
               the year 2021 (not including agricultural waste)
Figure 2.3:    Commercial waste arisings projections in the South West Wales Region to the
               year 2021
Figure 2.4:    Industrial waste arisings projections in the South West Wales Region to the
               year 2021
Figure 2.5:    Special waste arisings projections in the South West Wales Region to the year
               2021
Figure 2.6:    Construction and demolition waste arisings projections in the South West
               Wales Region to the year 2021
Figure 2.7:    MSW arisings projections in the South West Wales Region to the year 2021
Figure 2.8:    Agricultural waste arisings projections in the South West Wales Region to the
               year 2021
Figure 3.1:    Existing licenced and exempt waste management facilities within South West
               Wales
Figure 3.2:    Total number of waste management facilities in the South West Wales Region
               by type in 2000/01
Figure 3.3:    Total Number of Waste Management Facilities in the South West Wales
               Region by Authority in 2000/01




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APPENDICES

Appendix A: MSW waste data sheets for each Authority within the South West Wales
            Region.
Appendix B: Details of operational and exempt waste management facilities in South west
            Wales.
Appendix C: Landfill site conditioning plans that have been accepted by the environment
            Agency Wales.
Appendix D: Contracts for waste management and disposal for each Authority within the
            South West Wales Region and details of Unitary Development plans




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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

Land use planning will be key to the successful implementation of the Wales Waste Strategy.
The Technical Advice Note (Wales) 21 Waste (TAN 21)1 provides part of the planning
guidance and is intended to facilitate the introduction of a comprehensive, integrated and
sustainable land use planning framework for waste management in Wales. This report
represents the first stage of the TAN 21 Regional Waste Plan process.

TAN 21 states that the principal objective of the Regional Waste Plan for each of the three
Welsh regions is to set the framework for Unitary Authority Development Plans to be
prepared, and as such the Regional Waste Plan may be material to decisions on individual
planning applications.

This report summarises the baseline data currently available for the South West Wales
Region. Where available, data are presented to enable an assessment of waste type and
quantity for each Unitary Authority within the Region. The principal data source is the
Strategic Waste Management Assessment for Wales, produced by the Environment Agency
in October 2000, which summarises waste management data for the year 1998/99. Where
possible the Environment Agency data-sets were augmented by more recent and accurate
information sources such as the National Strategy for Wales and the Unitary Authorities
within the Region.

PRINCIPLE WASTE STREAMS

In each case, data have been compiled for the following principal waste streams:

•     Commercial and Industrial Waste (including Special Waste)
•     Special Waste
•     Construction and Demolition Waste
•     Municipal Solid Waste
•     Agricultural Waste
•     Other Wastes (including Biodegradable, Hazardous, Packaging, ELV and WEEE)

ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE

To reflect the administrative structure of the Region’s waste management sector, the data are
presented for the following six sub-regions:

•     Bridgend (County Borough) UA
•     Carmarthenshire (County) UA (including Brecon Beacons National Park)
•     Ceredigion (County) UA

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•   Neath Port Talbot (County Borough Council) UA
•   Pembrokeshire (County) UA (including Pembrokeshire Coast National Park)
•   Swansea (County) UA

CURRENT WASTE ARISINGS

In summary, the South West Wales Region produced approximately 3.6 million tonnes of
controlled wastes in 1998/99, a sub-regional summary of which is given in Table ES1. Of
this, about 60% (including 3% special waste) was commercial/industrial in origin2, 26% was
construction and demolition waste, and only 12% was municipal solid waste. Agricultural
waste3, although not a controlled waste, represents another principal waste stream, with
estimated arisings of 3.6 million tonnes in 1998/99.

Table ES1 Principal Waste stream arisings (in tonnes) in the South West Region of
Wales in 2000/01

    Description                               Principal Waste Stream Arisings in 1998/99
                        MSW         C&I (excl. Special Waste C&D1         Sub Total Agricultural Total
                                     special    (C&I waste)
                                      waste)
Bridgend               65,600        132,814       11,587      146,672     356,672        59,962   416,634
Carmathenshire         82,000        114,403       19,797      189,218     405,418      1,401,882 1,807,300
Cerdigion              44,100         53,568        332         79,494     177,494       776,539   954,033
Neath Port Talbot      63,200       1,543,793      10,707      155,629    1,773,329       50,753  1,824,082
Pembrokeshire          59,400         71,392       26,308      127,638     284,738      1,219,573 1,504,311
Swansea               140,500        193,454       35,246      257,515     626,715       108,884   735,600
Total within
                      454,800      2,109,424     103,976       956,166     3,624,366       3,617,594   7,241,960
Region
%age of sub total            13%          58%            3%         26%          100%
%age of total                 6%          29%            1%         13%           50%             50% 100%
Notes:
1. Data for C&D arisings is 1998/99 data. However, waste forecasts presented in the report use 2000/01
data.




PREDICTED WASTE ARISINGS

Baseline waste arisings data outlined above has been used to generate future waste growth
forecasts for the principal waste streams up to the year 2021. Known (or likely) waste policy
targets have been applied to waste growth projections to provide an initial assessment of
future infrastructure needs within the region. These data forecasts will be used, in Stage 2 of
the study, to underpin the option development process.


2 A number of large industrial complexes are situated in the area, for example the Corus Steel works at Neath-
Port Talbot, which contribute significantly to the overall C&I arisings for the area.
3 New legislation to be introduced in 2003 will bring certain agricultural wastes under the definition of

“controlled waste”
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A summary of the principal waste stream forecasts proposed for identifying future
infrastructure requirements within the South West Wales Region is given in Table ES2 and
Figure ES1.

Table ES2: Summary of proposed waste arisings forecasts within South West Wales to the
year 2021.
Year       MSW 1        C&I (excl.      Special       C&D 4      Sub Total    Agricultural Agricultural   Total
                      special waste) 2 Waste (C&I                                (non-     (potentially
                                        waste) 3                               controlled controlled
                                                                                waste)5      waste)5
  2001      463,648        2,133,574        94,261    1,461,172  4,152,655     3,528,867     16,737     7,698,259
  2002      484,935        2,124,053        92,337    1,461,172  4,162,497     3,493,578     16,570     7,672,645
  2003      495,646        2,114,885        90,413    1,461,172  4,162,117     3,458,642     16,404     7,637,163
  2004      506,593        2,106,073        88,490    1,461,172  4,162,328     3,424,056     16,240     7,602,624
  2005      517,782        2,097,588        86,566    1,461,172  4,163,108     3,389,815     16,078     7,569,001
  2006      529,218        2,089,491        84,642    1,461,172  4,164,524     3,355,917     15,917     7,536,358
  2007      539,844        2,081,001        82,719    1,461,172  4,164,735     3,322,358     15,758     7,502,851
  2008      549,599        2,072,070        80,795    1,461,172  4,163,637     3,289,134     15,600     7,468,371
  2009      558,427        2,062,658        78,871    1,461,172  4,161,129     3,256,243     15,444     7,432,816
  2010      566,276        2,052,725        76,948    1,461,172  4,157,121     3,223,681     15,290     7,396,091
  2011      573,098        2,040,312        76,948    1,461,172  4,151,530     3,191,444     15,137     7,358,111
  2012      578,852        2,027,311        76,948    1,461,172  4,144,283     3,159,529     14,986     7,318,798
  2013      583,501        2,013,695        76,948    1,461,172  4,135,316     3,127,934     14,836     7,278,086
  2014      587,016        1,999,442        76,948    1,461,172  4,124,578     3,096,655     14,687     7,235,920
  2015      589,373        1,984,533        76,948    1,461,172  4,112,025     3,065,688     14,541     7,192,254
  2016      590,556        1,968,954        76,948    1,461,172  4,097,630     3,035,031     14,395     7,147,056
  2017      590,556        1,952,697        76,948    1,461,172  4,081,373     3,004,681     14,251     7,100,305
  2018      590,556        1,936,602        76,948    1,461,172  4,065,279     2,974,634     14,109     7,054,022
  2019      590,556        1,920,669        76,948    1,461,172  4,049,345     2,944,888     13,968     7,008,201
  2020      590,556        1,904,895        76,948    1,461,172  4,033,572     2,915,439     13,828     6,962,838
  2021      590,556        1,889,279        76,948    1,461,172  4,017,955     2,886,285     13,690     6,917,929
Notes:
1. Medium growth scenario
2. Commercial waste assumes a medium growth scenario and industrial waste assumes a towards zero growth scenario
3. Special waste assumes a waste strategy scenario
4. C&D waste assumes a zero growth scenario
5. Agricultural assumes a towards zero waste growth scenario




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Figure ES1: Waste arising projections for principal waste streams in South West Wales
to the year 2021 (excluding Agricultural Waste)



                           5,000,000
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                           4,500,000
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                           4,000,000                                                                          Demolition
                                                                                                              Special Waste
                           3,500,000
      Waste Arisings (t)




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                           2,500,000                                                                          Commercial

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EXISTING PROVISION OF WASTE MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

Data on existing and planned waste management facilities derives from 2000/01 data
provided by the Environment Agency for the forthcoming revision of the SWMA for Wales.

Figure ES2 shows the total number of different waste management facilities in the South
West Wales Region by type and at the Authority level in 2001. Landfill sites account for
approximately 41% of all waste management facilities (74 in total) in the South West Wales
Region. Of the remaining 105 facilities within the Region, 69 were waste transfer facilities
and 21 were metal recycling sites. In addition to the 179 licensed waste management
facilities, a further 304 exempt sites are operational in the South West Wales Region.




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Figure ES2 Total numbers of waste management facilities in the South West Wales
Region by type in 2000/01


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   Number of Facilities




                          50

                                                                                                                              Carmarthenshire
                          40
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                                                                                                                              Bridgend
                          30
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                                                                                                                              Swansea
                          20
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                               Landfills   Energy Recovery   Biological &   Physical/Physico-   Transfer   Metals Recycling
                                                             Composting        Chemical
                                                                     Facility Type




Table ES2 summarises inputs to waste management facilities in 2000/01 including
percentage changes for each waste type and Authority area from 1998/99. In 2000/01, the
majority of waste in the South West Wales Region was landfilled (1,287,198 tonnes or 59%
of the total). Over 390,000 tonnes (18%) of waste was sent for biological treatment. Table
ES2 also indicates that nearly all of Wales waste deposited for biological treatment (97% of
the total) in 2000/01 was treated in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Another point to
note is that none of the Authorities within the Region used incineration as a route for
disposing of waste.

At present, a total of 21 registered material reprocessing facilities exist throughout Wales,
processing a range of materials including wood (400,000t/a), steel (~153,000t/a), aluminium
(60,000t/a), paper (~58,000t/a), plastic (~57,000t/a) and glass (15,000t/a). Of the 21
reprocessing facilities in Wales, 13 are located in the South East Region, with 5 located in the
North Region and 3 in the South West Region




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    Table ES3 Summary of waste deposited at management facilities in the South West
    Wales Region in 2000-2001 (tonnes)

Description         Landfills    Energy Biological & Physico- Transfer Metals         Total in    % change   % of
                                Recovery Composting Chemical          Recycling        Sub         from    Regional
                                                                                      Region      1998/99   Total
Ceredigion             6,576       -          -              -      30,310    740       37,626       -9%      2%
Swansea               256,354      -          -           54,207   126,626   3,218     440,405        4%     19%
Neath/Port Talbot     696,864      -          -              -      35,583   77,651    810,098       -1%     37%
Bridgend              116,696      -          -           34,657    97,362   5,982     254,697       83%      6%
Pembrokeshire         105,923      -       286,012           -      35,747   3,500     431,182      -10%     22%
Carmarthenshire       104,785      -       108,043           -      11,512    296      224,636      -22%     13%
South-West Wales 1,287,198         -       394,055        88,864   337,140   91,387   2,198,644              100%
Total
% of deposits within   59%        0%        18%            4%       15%       4%       100%
Region
% of deposits for all  23%        0%        97%            29%      25%      16%        33%
Wales

    Source: Environment Agency 2002



    CAPACITY OF WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES

    An assessment of the annual capacities of waste management facilities in the Region over the
    period of the study, from the present to 2021, will be required to determine the nature and
    scale of additional infrastructure to meet the increased waste arisings forecasted.

    It is difficult to predict future growth in licensed capacities. A worst case scenario can be
    assumed whereby, for non-landfill facilities, annual capacity will remain constant at current
    levels until the year 2021, on the basis that new facilities will come on line as older facilities
    are decommissioned. It is however of limited use as it assumes all facilities are operating at
    full capacity which is unknown (but unlikely) at this time.

    It is clear however that a more rigorous review of non-landfill capacity is required as part of
    the Regional Waste Plan review process.

    Estimates for landfill capacity has also been made using an assumed rate of throughput (i.e.
    current throughput rates). This method of estimation indicates that biodegradable open gate
    landfill capacity will fall from approximately 3.9 million cubic metres and capacity is set to
    run out in approximately 9 years from 2000/01 (ie, by the year 2009/10). The remaining
    regional capacity in 2000/01 represents approximately 12% of the total remaining capacity
    for all Wales.

    Out of a total reprocessing capacity of 742,680 tonnes in 2002, over 50% is attributable to
    wood reprocessing, with 90% of the wood reprocessing capacity attributable to one company,
    based in Wrexham. Reprocessing facilities for plastic, steel, aluminium and paper are also

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present in Wales. Further work is required to precisely identify available reprocessing
capacity in Wales.

PROPOSED WASTE MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

Waste planning authorities in South West Wales were contacted to determine whether any
planning permissions have been granted recently (since 1998/99) for significant new waste
management facilities that may not have received a waste management licence/PPC permit,
or may have received a licence/permit following collation of the latest national waste
management statistics.

The only significant (in tonnage terms) waste management facility planned and currently
undergoing commissioning is the HLC plant at Crymlin Burrows in Neath Port Talbot. This
facility is permitted to process up to 260,000 tonnes of MSW.

Recently, funding has been secured through WRAP to finance expansion at the Shotton Paper
Mill, based in Flintshire, which will increase processing capacity for waste paper by 321,000
tonnes per annum for the UK.

CLOSURE

This report summarises the existing waste management scenario within South West Wales
Region. Future waste management predictions have also been made and will be used to
underpin a detailed options assessment to be undertaken in the next stage of this study.
Therefore, agreement is sought on the findings of this report prior to development of a range
of infrastructure options likely to meet the needs of the Region in the long term.




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1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1      BACKGROUND

The National Waste Strategy for Wales1 provides the national framework within which Wales
can reduce the amount of waste it produces and deal with waste which has been produced in a
more sustainable manner. Land use planning will be key to the successful implementation of
the Wales Waste Strategy. The Technical Advice Note (Wales) 21 Waste (TAN 21)2 provides
part of the planning guidance and is intended to facilitate the introduction of a
comprehensive, integrated and sustainable land use planning framework for waste
management in Wales.

TAN 21, issued in November 2001, sets out a strict timetable for development of a Regional
Waste Plan for each of the three Regions within Wales3, including:

•     By May 2002 (ie, within 6 months) – Establish joint arrangement of local authorities and
      agree the lead authority and technical officer
•     By November 2002 (ie, within 12 months) – Prepare and agree a Regional Waste
      Assessment
•     By November 2003 (ie, within 24 months) – Prepare and agree the Regional Waste Plan
•     Every 3 years (from November 2003) – Undertake a review of the Regional Waste Plan
      to provide an opportunity to take account of new policy imperatives and technological
      change.

TAN 21 states that the principal objective of the Regional Waste Plan for each of the three
Welsh regions is to set the framework for Unitary Authority Development Plans to be
prepared, and as such the Regional Waste Plan may be material to decisions on individual
planning applications.

1.2      STUDY AIMS AND METHOD

In May 2002 Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, as lead Authority, appointed SLR
Consulting Limited (SLR) to assist with the development of the Regional Waste Plan for the
South West Wales Region. Funding for this study has been provided by the Welsh Assembly
Government (WAG).

The aim of the consultants’ study is to identify, evaluate and report on options to deliver a
sustainable and integrated waste management strategy for South West Wales up to the year
2021. The findings will be used by the South West Wales Regional Plan Forum4 to develop
the Regional Waste Plan. The strategy will address five principal waste streams: commercial

1 National Waste Strategy for Wales. WAG June 2002
2 Planning Policy Wales – Technical Advice Note (Wales) 21. Waste. November 2001
3 The three Regions comprise North Wales, South West Wales and South East Wales
4 Made up of representatives of the constituent local authorities, Welsh Assembly Government, Environment

Agency, and other interested stakeholder organisations.
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and industrial (C&I) waste; special waste; construction and demolition (C&D) waste;
municipal solid waste (MSW); and, agricultural waste. Implicit within the assessment of
these waste streams will be an assessment of other waste streams which straddle the above
waste categories such as biodegradable, hazardous and packaging waste, end of life vehicles
(ELV), and, waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The options will be
developed within the framework of national and European policy and guidance5.

Table 1.1 shows the key stages of the consultants’ study, the outputs and anticipated
completion date.

1.3      STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT

Following this introduction, the report comprises three main sections:

•     Section 2 provides a summary of existing and predicted future waste arsisings in the
      South West Wales Region
•     Section 3 outlines the Region’s existing and planned waste management arrangements.
•     Section 4 summarises the findings of the report including a number of recommendations
      relating to possible areas for further work

This report represents Stage 1a of the study as shown in Table 1.1, and is a pre-cursor to
completion of the Regional Waste Assessment (Stage 1b).




5 Reference will need to be made to other regulations such as the Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)
Regulations, The Animal By-Products Order 1999and other imminent/future legislation. New legislation
together with changes to existing legislation will need to be incorporated into the Regional Plan review process.




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2.0 WASTE ARISINGS IN THE SOUTH WEST WALES
    REGION
2.1       INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND TO THE REGION

The first part of this section describes the current waste arisings within the South West Wales
Region. Following presentation of these data, the second part addresses the likely scenarios
for waste growth up to and including the year 2021.

In each case, data have been compiled for the following principal waste streams:

•     Commercial and Industrial Waste (including Special Waste)
•     Special Waste
•     Construction and Demolition Waste
•     Municipal Solid Waste
•     Agricultural Waste
•     Other Wastes (including Biodegradable, Hazardous, Packaging, ELV and WEEE)

To reflect the administrative structure of the Region’s waste management sector, the data are
presented for the following six sub-regions:

•     Bridgend (County Borough) UA
•     Carmarthenshire (County) UA (including Brecon Beacons National Park)
•     Ceredigion (County) UA
•     Neath Port Talbot (County Borough Council) UA
•     Pembrokeshire (County) UA (including Pembrokeshire Coast National Park)
•     Swansea (County) UA

The South West Wales regional grouping, Unitary Authority boundaries and principle towns
and cities are shown on Figure 2.1. The table presented within Figure 2.1 also provides a
summary of population and land area within the Region, which has been used to dis-
aggregate some waste data presented at a regional or sub-regional level.

In summary, the South West Wales Region comprises a population of approximately 854,000
(29% of the total population for Wales) with an average density of 125 people per square
kilometre. There is a noticeable regional variation for population and land area between the
larger, more rural areas of Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion and the smaller,
more urban areas of Bridgend, Swansea and Neath/Port Talbot.

2.2       CURRENT WASTE ARISINGS

The primary information source for waste arisings was the Environment Agency’s Strategic
Waste Management Assessment (SWMA) for the Wales Region6. This summarises arisings
6
    Strategic Waste Management Assessment – Wales. Environment Agency. 2000.
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for each of the principal waste streams for the year 1998/99. Where possible however, these
data have been augmented by more recent, or more accurate, data sources and have been
referenced where appropriate.

2.3     SUMMARY OF PRINCIPAL WASTE ARISINGS

The South West Wales Region produced approximately 3.6 million tonnes of controlled
wastes in 1998/99, a sub-regional summary of which is given in Table 2.1. Of this, about
60% (including 3% special waste) was commercial/industrial in origin, 26% was construction
and demolition waste, and only 12% was municipal solid waste. Agricultural waste7,
although not a controlled waste, represents another principal waste stream, with estimated
arisings of 3.6 million tonnes in 1998/99. Further detail on each waste stream is provided in
the paragraphs below.

2.3.1 Commercial and Industrial Waste Arisings8

The Region produced about 2.2 million tonnes of C&I waste in 1998/99. Table 2.2 provides
a breakdown of C&I waste arisings by Authority using the SWMA Wales data for the year
1998/99. This shows that Neath Port Talbot produced 70% of all C&I arisings within the
region, followed by Swansea, Bridgend and Carmarthenshire at 10%, 7% and 6%,
respectively. Across the region, industrial waste is the predominant fraction at 85% of total
C&I arisings. Further disaggregation of the data in Table 2.2 indicates that 80% of all
industrial waste was produced in Neath Port Talbot, largely due to the Corus Steel works
within the area.

Using SWMA data9 an estimate of the inert fraction of C&I waste has been made, which is
also summarised in Table 2.2 of this report. Most of the C&I waste classified as inert is
generated within the Neath Port Talbot and Swansea area. A more detailed breakdown of
C&I waste types at the Authority level is not considered necessary at this stage. A more
detailed breakdown of C&I waste types is given in Table 2.4 of the SWMA for Wales
however this analysis only uses the sub-regional groupings developed for this report.

C&I waste arisings data published in the SWMA for Wales have been used for the waste
growth projections discussed later in this section. For the purposes of the projections
commercial waste arisings and industrial waste arisings have been analysed separately.

The proportion of C&I waste classed as special waste amounted to 6.2% of industrial and
3.0% of commercial waste arisings within the Region, producing a combined total of 103,977

7 New legislation to be introduced in 2003 will bring certain agricultural wastes under the definition of

“controlled waste”
8
  Industrial Waste defined within the SWMA is waste from any factory or industrial process (excluding mines
  and quarries). Commercial Waste in the same document is defined as waste arising from premises used
  wholly or mainly for trade, business, sport, recreation or entertainment, excluding household and industrial
  waste.
9 See Annex 2 Table 2. An estimate of inert waste fraction of C&I waste has assumed all Inert, Construction

  Demolition & asbestos and Mineral wastes & Residues can be classified as essentially inert in nature
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tonnes in 1998/99. Special waste arisings within the South West Wales Region are discussed
below.10

2.3.2 Special Waste Arisings11

Special waste arisings within the South West Wales Region at the Authority level are
summarised in Table 2.3 for the year 2000/01. This shows waste arisings of approximately
96,200 tonnes for 2000/01. Table 2.3 shows that there is a net import of special waste into
the Region. Pembrokeshire manages over four times as much special waste as it produces,
importing mainly from England. Regional estimates for special waste arisings in 1998/99 are
also provided in Table 2.3.

Table 2.3 also indicates that the composition of special waste arisings within the Region in
2000/01 comprised principally of ‘oil/water mixtures’ at 32%, ‘Thermal Process Waste
(inorganic)’ at 28%, 'Construction and Demolition Waste and Asbestos’ at 7%, ‘Metal
Treatment and Coating Processes’ at 5%, and, ‘Petrol, Gas and Coal Refining/Treatment’ at
5%.

Special waste arisings data given in Table 2.3 has been used for waste growth projections
discussed later in Section 2.4 of this report.

2.3.3 Construction and Demolition Waste Arisings

The total estimated amount of construction and demolition (C&D) waste produced by the
Region in 1999 was nearly 1.0 million tonnes. This total increased to nearly 1.5 million
tonnes in 2001, a 53% increase in two years. Table 2.4 provides an estimate of C&D waste
arisings at the Regional level. Using the percentage split for all Wales in 1999 presented in
the SWMA, C&D waste can be further sub-divided into ‘C&D waste’, ‘Soil’ and ‘Mixed
C&D/Soil’, which comprise 39%, 39% and 22% respectively.

C&D waste arisings data given in Table 2.4 for 2001 has been used for waste growth
projections discussed later in Section 2.4 of this report.

2.3.4 Municipal Solid Waste Arisings12

MSW waste arisings data for the years 2001/2, 2000/01, 1999/00 and 1998/99 for each
Unitary Authority is presented in Table 2.5. In summary, the Region produced approximately
485,000 tonnes of MSW in 2001/02, with the greatest relative contribution to this total arising
within Swansea UA at 26% of the Regional total.


10
   It should be noted that not all Special Waste arises from C&I waste, although for practical purposes it can be
   assumed that it does.
11
   Special Waste is as defined by the Environmental Protection (Special Waste) Regulations 1996 (as amended)
12
   Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) comprises household waste and other waste collected by a waste collection
   authority or its contractors, such as municipal parks and garden waste, beach cleansing waste and any
   commercial and industrial waste for which the collection authority takes responsibility.
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Table 2.5 indicates that there is no consistent MSW growth trend within the Region between
1998-2001 at the Authority level. It is unclear however, whether these apparent fluctuations
are the result of accounting differences or real changes to the patterns of MSW growth.

Average compound growth within the region between 1998/99 and 2001/02 is estimated to be
2.2% per annum, a value used to develop some of the growth scenarios discussed later in this
Section 2.4 of the report.

A detailed breakdown of MSW data including waste diverted to recycling for each Authority
for 2001/2 is included within Appendix A of this report.

2.3.5 Agricultural Waste Arisings

Wastes from agricultural premises are not currently controlled under waste management
legislation. However, increasing attention has been given to this waste stream for the
following reasons:

•     Future changes in policy may require treatment and /or disposal of at least some of the
      total waste arisings (e.g. Pollution Prevention and Control Regulations and Groundwater
      Regulations).
•     Many material streams within agricultural waste have the potential to cause
      environmental damage or harm human health.
•     The nature of many materials streams within agricultural waste may enable alternative
      management methods to be developed, either as a single waste stream or combined with
      other waste types (e.g. MSW).

Table 2.6 provides an estimate of agricultural waste arisings within the South West Wales
Region of Wales at the Authority level for the year 1998/99. Of the Regional total of 3.6
million tonnes, 98% comprises ‘animal matter’ which is unlikely to be defined as a controlled
waste13 under new legislation likely to be introduced by Parliament and the Welsh Assembly
Government in 2003. Agricultural waste likely to be classified as a controlled waste, as a
consequence of the new legislation, is also shown in Table 2.6 and totals approximately
17,000 tonnes, or less than 0.5% of total agricultural waste arisings. This tonnage will be
considered in the next stage of this study to identify future infrastructure requirements for this
waste stream.

2.3.6      Other Wastes (including Biodegradable, Hazardous, Packaging, ELV and
           WEEE)

A number of other waste streams are described within the SWMA for Wales. The most
significant of these (in tonnage terms) is Pulverised Fuel Ash (PFA) & Furnace Bottom Ash
(FBA) from power stations. Approximately 0.25 million tonnes of PFA and PBA was
produced in 1998/99, nearly a third of which is disposed, with the remainder being sold for a
variety of uses within the industrial sector. Due to the limited data available on this and other

13   Controlled waste is defined as any household, industrial or commercial waste
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waste streams discussed within Section 3 of the SWMA, no further consideration has been
made within this report, however this will need to be reviewed in subsequent revisions of the
Regional Plan process.

The biodegradable fraction of waste is becoming an increasingly important consideration for
treatment and disposable options. In light of the Landfill Directive14 particular attention to the
biodegradable fraction of MSW is required as specific diversion targets away from landfill
have been set for future years. In addition, Member States are required to set up a national
strategy for the reduction of all biodegradable waste going to landfills, which should include
measures to achieve the specific targets by means of in particular, recycling, composting,
biogas production or materials/energy recovery. Thus, whilst the targets are set specifically
for biodegradable municipal waste, the Directive requires that the adopted national strategy
must also address the need to reduce all biodegradable waste going to landfill. This issue is
discussed within the context of future MSW and C&I waste forecasting in Sections 2.4.5 and
2.4.2, respectively, of this report15. The National Waste Strategy for Wales has set specific
targets for diversion of biodegradable wastes for MSW (a primary target) and C&I waste (a
secondary target), together with developing a hierarchy of preferred waste management
techniques for management of biodegradable wastes in Wales.

The issue of biodegradable municipal waste is discussed within the context of future MSW
waste forecasting undertaken later in this report (see Section 2.4.3).

Hazardous waste has been clearly defined by the hazardous waste list16. The Hazardous
Waste Directive is implemented in Wales through the Special Waste Regulations 1996 and is
therefore addressed within Sections 2.3.2 and 2.4.3 of this report.

Packaging waste is generated principally within MSW and C&I waste. Packaging waste is
also present in the Agricultural waste stream. Based on total Wales arisings of 378,792 tonnes
for 2001 (Wales Waste Strategy, part 2, pg 67), approximately 110,00 tonnes of packaging
waste is assumed to be generated in the South West Wales region. Specific material recovery
and recycling targets have been established within the Packaging and Packaging Waste
Directive (94/62/EC)17. This Directive is implemented within the UK through legislation that
obligates businesses who handle more than 50 tonnes of packaging per year and have an
annual turnover of £2 million. Meeting the targets set out in the Directive are implicitly


14 Council Directive 1999/31/EC on the landfill of waste (The Landfill Directive) sets out requirements for the

reduction of all biodegradable waste (including MSW) to landfill
15
   It is estimated that some 64% of MSW produced in 1999/200 was biodegradable. It is estimated that of the
biodegradable industrial and commercial waste landfilled in 1998/99, around 985,000 tonnes has the potential to
be readily diverted to other waste management options. Environment Agency data indicates that approximately
180,700 m3 of biodegradable wastes are spread on land for agricultural benefit each year. The vast majority of
biodegradable agricultural waste is disposed of by spreading on agricultural land.
16 As defined in the EC Decision 94/904/EC and extended by EC Decision 2000/532/EC and EC Decision

2001/118/EC
17
   The European Commission has presented a proposal to increase the existing material specific targets. COM
(2001) 729 Final. The Producer Responsibility Obligations (Packaging Waste) Regulations 1997 (as amended)
and the Packaging (Essential Requirements) Regulations 1998 implement the Directive within the UK.
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discussed within meeting diversion requirements for the principal waste streams summarised
in Section 2.4 of this report.

End of life vehicles (ELV) is an issue for municipal waste arisings due to abandoned cars
however it is assumed that ELV is generated principally within the C&I waste sector through
scrap metal dealers. WEEE is generated in both the C&I and MSW sectors. Estimates for
ELV and WEEE arisings in 1998 for Wales is given as 90,000 vehicles and 51,200 tonnes,
respectively18. Based on population, these figures equate to 26,000 vehicles and 15,000
tonnes of WEEE for the South West Wales Region. Targets for ELV waste are set within the
National Strategy for Wales19 and is implicitly discussed within meeting the diversion
requirements for C&I waste summarised in Section 2.4 of this report. For WEEE, an average
target of 4kg/inhabitant has been proposed. As with ELV waste, recovery of this waste
stream is implicitly addressed within the diversion requirements of the principal waste
streams summarised within Section 2.4 of this report.

An increasing problem for Local Authorities is fridges and tyres. Recovery of these waste
streams is implicitly addressed within the diversion requirements of the principal waste
streams summarised within Section 2.4 of this report.




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2.4      PREDICTED WASTE ARISINGS

This section utilises the baseline waste arisings data outlined above to generate future waste
growth forecasts for the principal waste streams up to the year 2021. Known (or likely)
waste policy targets have been applied to waste growth projections to provide an initial
assessment of future infrastructure needs within the region. These data forecasts will be used,
in Stage 2 of the study, to underpin the option development process.

2.4.1 Summary Forecast for all Waste Streams

A summary of the principal waste stream forecasts proposed for identifying future
infrastructure requirements within the South West Wales Region is given in Table 2.7. For
2001 it is estimated that approximately 4.1 million tonnes of controlled waste (see Footnote
9) was produced in the Region. Forecasts for waste arisings up to the year 2021 are shown in
Figure 2.2.

Agricultural waste forecasts have also been made which have a significant impact of total
waste arisings within the Region, although the issue of whether to include agricultural waste
(or an element of this waste stream) when identifying future infrastructure need is considered
later in this section (and see Section 2.3.5).

The following paragraphs describe the range of growth scenarios considered for each waste
stream. A rationale is provided for selecting the most appropriate scenario on which to base
the development of possible options to take forward to the next stage in developing a
Regional Waste Plan for South West Wales.

2.4.2 Commercial and Industrial Waste Forecasts

At the national level, predicted growth of C&I waste is often linked to Gross Domestic
Product. However, a lack of accurate data makes this relationship difficult to prove
conclusively. In general terms, increased industrial and commercial activity tends to increase
waste arisings. There are, however, a range of factors that may counteract this trend,
including:

•     European policy drivers (e.g. Packaging Directive, ELV Directive, the proposed WEEE
      Directive, etc)
•     National waste policy (e.g. specific targets for C&I waste)
•     Technology improvements resulting in cleaner more efficient processes and products
•     Product design improvements (e.g. lightweighting, recyclable product components)
•     Consumer demand for more sustainable commodities
•     Other waste minimisation initiatives.

There remains, however, uncertainty over forecasting C&I waste growth for future years. For
forecasting of waste arisings Commercial and Industrial waste have been considered
separately. Commercial waste is assumed to follow the same growth scenarios as have been

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developed for MSW (see Section 2.4.5). For industrial waste the following three scenarios
have been developed:

•     A ‘High Growth’ scenario. Represented by 2% per annum growth to the year 2021.
•     A ‘Declining Growth’ scenario. Compound growth over to the year 2021 is
      approximately 1.2% per annum, The rate of waste growth varies over the 20 year period
      and can be summarised as follows:
                       • To the year 2006 - Growth averaging 2.0% per annum;
                       • To the year 2015 - A reduced growth averaging 1.0% per annum;
                       • To the year 2021 - Zero waste growth.
•     ‘Towards Zero Waste’ scenario. Represented by a compound growth to the year 2021 of
      –0.9%.

These waste growth scenarios are shown in Figure 2.3 for commercial waste, and Figure 2.4
for industrial waste.

For the purposes of this assessment, the ‘medium growth’ scenario is considered appropriate
for commercial waste growth forecasting as we have assumed the behaviour of commercial
waste is similar to that of MSW. However, anecdotal information would suggest that for
industrial waste the ‘towards zero growth’ scenario is most appropriate for industrial waste
due to the changing nature of the economy within the Region base from heavy industry to
light industries and commerce.

Table 2.8 identifies the waste management method by which C&I waste was managed within
South West Wales in 1998/99. Approximately 44% of the total 2.2 million tonnes of C&I
waste was sent to landfill (including transfer and unrecorded waste), with 36% being
recycled. Of the remaining 20%, nearly 16% of waste arisings were managed through re-use.

In the National Strategy for Wales a target is set for C&I waste arisings sent to landfill
equivalent to 85% of 1998 arisings by the year 2005 and 80% of 1998 arisings by the year
2010. For future years no other targets are set.

In order to identify permissible tonnages sent for landfill in the year 2005, 1998 levels for
landfill disposal were estimated to total over 0.9 million tonnes20. Therefore, the maximum
allowable quantity of C&I waste to be landfilled for the years 2005 and 2010 is 0.8 and 0.7
million tonnes respectively. All C&I waste diverted from landfill is added to the remaining
management methods in proportion to their respective significance. Using the growth
scenarios discussed above for projected waste arisings, waste management methods for future
target years can therefore be estimated and are summarised in Tables 2.9a/b, 2.10a/b and
2.11a/b, for the years 2005, 2010 and 2015, respectively. Tables 2.9a, 2.10a and 2.11a
indicate waste management methods in 2005, 2010 and 2025 respectively, should there be a
continuation of the performance in 1998/99. Tables 2.9b, 2.10b and 2.11b indicate waste

20   In this report landfilled C&I waste includes all waste managed through land disposal, transfer, unrecorded and
    unsampled as defined by the SWMA.

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management methods in 2005, 2010 and 2015, respectively, should the 2005 and 2010
landfill diversion targets for C&I waste be met21.

Using the growth ‘medium growth’ forecast for commercial and ‘towards zero growth’
forecast for industrial waste arisings the most significant impact of achieving the 2015 target
for C&I waste of 80% of 1998 levels would be to reduce the overall landfilling of C&I waste
to approximately 38% (from 46% in 1998) and increasing the amount of recycled C&I waste
to approximately 42% (from 36% in 1998).

2.4.3 Special Waste Forecasts

Special waste derives principally from commercial and industrial activity and as such is
considered part of the C&I waste stream within this report. For this reason the same three
growth scenarios used to predict future industrial waste arisings are used to predict Special
waste arisings in future years. In addition, a ‘Waste Strategy’ scenario has been included,
reflecting the target set out in the Wales Waste Strategy which states ‘by 2010 to reduce the
amount of hazardous waste generated by at least 20% compared with 2000’. These four
growth scenarios are shown graphically in Figure 2.522.

For the purposes of this assessment, the ‘Waste Strategy’ scenario is considered to be the
most appropriate. It is thought that the revision to the Special Waste Regulations, (1996) to
bring the UK into line with the Hazardous Waste Directive (91/689/EEC), will increase the
tonnage of waste designated as ‘special’. This expected but unspecified rise in tonnage has
not been considered within the waste forecasts however changes in waste tonnages as a result
of any revisions will be considered within Regional Plan review process.

Table 2.12 summarises the waste management method for special waste arisings within the
South West Wales Region at the Authority level. Approximately 55% of the Regional total
for special waste was recycled or re-used, with 26% being landfilled and 13% being
transferred. Only 7% of special wastes within the Region were treated.

2.4.4 Construction and Demolition Waste Forecasts

As with all other waste streams, there is considerable uncertainty in forecasting growth of
C&D wastes. C&D waste arisings, as with C&I waste, are often linked to Gross Domestic
Product. A strong economy over a period of years is likely to lead to sustained construction
and redevelopment which in turn results in increased C&D waste production.

There are, however, a range of factors that may counteract this trend, including:



21
  The target for 2015 assumes the 80% diversion target set for 2010 is maintained
22
  It should be noted however that changes to the Hazardous Waste List are likely to increase the proportion of
C&I waste classified within this category, although it is probable that the method of management may still
remain the same. It should also be noted that this waste stream is not homogeneous in nature, although no
account of this in future forecasting due to the inability at this stage to accurately reflect this.
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•    National waste policy (e.g. aggregates tax, waste strategy targets, aggregates
     sustainability fund)
•    Product design improvements resulting in more efficient use of mineral resources
•    Technology improvements increasing the applications suitable for recycled minerals
•    Consumer demand for more sustainable commodities
•    Increase re-use on site of waste arisings.

C&D waste growth scenarios have been developed based on a consideration of construction
activity. Data on construction activity shows a noticeable fall between 1995 and 2000 and is
expected to remain almost level from 2000 onwards. Three growth scenarios have been
developed:

•    A ‘High Growth’ scenario of 1% per annum, assuming a significant and continuing
     upturn in construction activity
•    A ‘No Growth’ scenario represented by zero growth, assuming that construction activity
     remains constant at current levels
•    A ‘Towards Zero’ scenario of minus 2% per annum assuming that construction activity
     will continue to decline and that levels of waste are suppressed by changes in the nature
     of that activity.

These three growth scenarios are illustrated graphically in Figure 2.6.

For the purposes of this assessment, the adopted ‘No Growth Scenario’ is considered to be
the most appropriate.

The waste management methods in South West Wales for C&D waste in 2000/01 is
estimated using data supplied by the National Assembly for all Wales23 and allocated
according to population within the Region. These data are summarised in Table 2.13, which
indicates that 7% of the total 1.5 million tonnes of C&D waste was landfilled and a further
32% re-used as cover at landfills. The remaining 61% of C&D waste was either recycled or
recovered.

National targets relating to the use of C&D waste are given in the Waste Strategy for Wales,
which states that re-use or recycling of C&D waste produced in 2005 and 2010 must reach at
least 75% and 85%, respectively. These targets will be used in the next stage to determine
future infrastructure requirements within the region. Table 2.13 also indicates that there has
been a significant shift away from landfill and towards recycling between 1999 and 2001, so
much so that the targets for 2005 and 2010 are likely to be met in future years should there be
a continuation of current performance levels.




23
  ‘Survey of Arisings and Use of Construction and Demolition Waste in England and Wales in 2001’. Office of
the Deputy Prime Minister. October 2002
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2.4.5 Municipal Solid Waste Forecasts

There is considerable uncertainty about the likely growth in MSW in the South West Wales
Region and elsewhere. The range of factors affecting waste growth include:

•   Population growth
•   Changes to the number and size of households
•   Consumer behaviour
•   Effectiveness of waste minimisation strategies
•   Economic prosperity of a region.

Due to the uncertainty about the impact of these factors, we have developed a range of
scenarios for MSW arisings to the year 2021. These are:

•   A ‘High Growth’ scenario, based on 2.2% per annum growth to the year 2021. This rate
    of growth is based on recent recorded MSW arisings within England and Wales.
•   A ‘Medium Growth’ scenario. While this involves compound growth over a 20 year
    period of nearly 1.3% per annum, the rate of waste growth varies and can be summarised
    as follows:
                • Until 2006                - Continued growth averaging 2.2% per annum
                • From 2007 to 2015         - Growth declining to zero
                • From 2016 to 2021         - Zero waste growth.
•   A ‘Low Growth’ scenario. Represented by 1% per annum growth to the year 2021.
•   A ‘Waste Strategy’ scenario. This scenario has been developed to meet the 2020
    household waste (secondary) target set within the National Waste Strategy for Wales, of
    achieving less than 300kg per person per year. This scenario is represented by a
    compound growth rate over 20 years of approximately –1.9%.

The four growth scenarios are shown graphically on Figure 2.7.

The ‘medium growth’ scenario is considered to be the most realistic, taking account of
current growth rates and the probability that growth will decline over the strategy period due
to the impact of waste minimisation strategies and the likelihood that current economic
growth is unlikely to be sustained over the next 20 years.

The medium growth scenario has therefore been used to identify future waste management
needs in the South West Wales Region. We have also applied known policy targets for MSW
in the short, medium and long term, as follows:

•   Short term (to 2005) – A statutory MSW recycling and composting target of 15% by
    2003/04 for all Authorities within Wales as defined within the National Waste Strategy
    for Wales
•   Medium term (to 2010) - A statutory MSW recycling and composting target of 25% by
    2006/07 for all authorities within Wales as defined within the National Waste Strategy for
    Wales. For 2009/10, statutory MSW recycling and composting target of 40% by 2009/10
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    for all Authorities within Wales. The requirements of the Landfill Directive for year 2010
    is also considered.
•   Long term (to 2015) – The requirements of the Landfill Directive for the years 2013 and
    2020 are assessed for long term strategy development. Potential recycling and composting
    targets for 2013 and 2020 are also reviewed.

Table 2.14 shows actual and possible MSW targets for each Unitary Authority in the South
West Wales Region. Table 2.15 shows the predicted tonnages associated with the medium
growth scenario for each Authority, taking account of recycling, composting. This shows
that the WAG targets provide the principal driver for improved MSW recovery in the short to
medium, and beyond 2010 Landfill Directive diversion requirements provide the principal
driver.

2.4.6 Agricultural Waste Forecasts

It was noted earlier that some agricultural wastes will soon be regulated by the Environment
Agency (probably by early 2003) and will therefore be subject to increasing scrutiny in terms
of quantity, composition and method of management. Three growth scenarios; ‘high growth
scenario’, ‘declining growth scenario’, and ‘toward zero waste scenario’ (see industrial waste
for details) for this potential waste stream have been formulated at this stage and are
presented graphically in Figure 2.8.

The forecasts for total waste arisings presented in Figure 2.8 will not be used in estimating
future infrastructure requirements as it is likely that less than 0.5% of agricultural waste
arisings will require treatment as a controlled waste (see Section 2.3.6). In addition, no clear
targets have been set relating to the management and/or the reduction of this potential waste
stream in future years.




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3.0 EXISTING AND PLANNED WASTE MANAGEMENT
    ARRANGEMENTS

3.1      DATA SOURCES

Data on existing and planned waste management facilities derives from 2000/01 data
provided by the Environment Agency for the forthcoming revision of the SWMA for Wales.

The data for deposits and capacity cover the following facilities:

•     Deposits
         • Open gate landfill
         • Restricted user landfill
         • Biological treatment facilities (which include composting facilities and biological
            treatment facilities)
         • Physical-chemical treatment facilities (which include material recycling treatment
            facilities, physical treatment facilities, physico-chemical treatment facilities, small
            incinerators covered by EA licensing and chemical treatment facilities)
         • Breakdown of treatment facilities into open gate and restricted user facilities
         • Metal recycling facilities
         • Open gate transfer stations
         • Civic amenity sites
         • Reprocessing Facilities

•     Capacity
         • Open gate landfill sites
         • Restricted user landfill sites
         • Biological treatment facilities
         • Physical treatment facilities
         • Breakdown of treatment facilities into open gate and restricted user facilities
         • Open gate transfer stations
         • Restricted user transfer stations
         • Incinerators (large scale facilities covered under IPC authorisation).
         • Reprocessing facilities

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3.2    EXISTING PROVISION OF WASTE MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

3.2.1 Waste Management Facilities

Figure 3.1 shows the location of all known licensed and exempt waste management facilities
within the South West Wales Region.

Figure 3.2, Figure 3.3 and Table 3.1 show the total number of different waste management
facilities in the South West Wales Region by type and at the Authority level in 2001. Details
of operational and exempt waste management facilities are given at Appendix B. Landfill
sites account for approximately 41% of all waste management facilities (74 in total) in the
South West Wales Region. Of the remaining 105 facilities within the Region, 69 were waste
transfer facilities and 21 were metal recycling sites. In addition to the 179 licensed waste
management facilities, a further 304 exempt sites are operational in the South Wales Region.
A list of operational licensed and exempt facilities (as at 2002) has been supplied by the
Environment Agency and is given in Appendix B. Details of landfill sites with conditioning
plans accepted by the Environment Agency Wales are presented at Appendix C.

3.2.2 Recycling and Reprocessing Facilities

Table 3.2 provides information on registered material reprocessing companies in Wales,
derived from Environment Agency licence information. Table 3.2 indicates a total of 21
reprocessing facilities throughout Wales, processing a range of materials including plastic,
paper, wood, steel, aluminium and glass. Of the 21 reprocessing facilities in Wales,13 are
located in the South East Region, with 5 located in the North Region and 3 in the South West
Region. Limited capacity information is available for each of the waste streams and for
certain materials capacity estimates are based on waste throughput data.

It should be noted that whilst these reprocessing facilities are located in Wales they also
accept waste from areas outside Wales.

3.3    INPUTS TO EXISTING WASTE MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

3.3.1 Waste Management Facilities

Table 3.3 summarises inputs to waste management facilities in 2000/01 including percentage
changes for each waste type and Authority area from 1998/99. In 2000/01 the majority of
waste in the South West Region of Wales was landfilled (1,287,198 tonnes or 59% of the
total). Over 390,000 tonnes (18%) of waste was sent for biological treatment. Table 3.2 also
indicates that nearly all of Wales waste deposited for biological treatment (97% of the total)
in 1998/99 was treated in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Another point to note is that
none of the Authorities within the Region used incineration as a route for disposing of waste.
Further breakdown of waste deposits for treatment, transfer and civic amenity facilities
within the Region is given by waste type and Authority in Tables 3.4, 3.5 and 3.6
respectively.

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It is important to note that the waste managed in the South West Wales Region will include
some waste arising outside the Region which is imported, and will exclude some waste
arising in the Region which is exported to sites outside the South West Wales Region.

Table 3.7 shows the quantities of waste landfilled at the Authority level in 2000/01, as this
represents the most significant waste management method for waste in the Region. The
majority of the open gate landfill deposits occurred in Neath/Port Talbot, at approximately
30% of the regional total, and Swansea, at approximately 29% of the Regional total. From
Table 3.7 it would appear that inert waste only was deposited in open gate landfills in
Ceredigion, which represents approximately 1% of all waste deposits within the Region.
Overall landfill deposits, at open gate licensed landfills have dropped since 98/99 by
approximately 10%. Nearly all the restricted user landfill deposits within the Region
occurred within Neath/Port Talbot, solely due to the Corus Steel works located in the area.

Total landfill deposits within the Region represented 32% of all landfill deposits within
Wales, approximately 26% of open user deposits and 66% of restricted user deposits.

3.3.2 Recycling and Reprocessing Facilities

At the time of writing this report, no information was available on the quantity of waste sent
to licenced reprocessing facilities, however information presented in Table 3.2 does include
throughput information. Clearly, this is an issue for further investigation as part of the
Regional Waste Plan review process.

3.4      CAPACITY OF WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES

3.4.1 Waste Management Facilities

An assessment of the annual capacities of waste management facilities in the Region over the
period of the study, from the present to 2021, will be required to determine the nature and
scale of additional infrastructure to meet the increased waste arisings forecasted within
Section 2.4 of this report.

It is difficult to predict future growth in licensed capacities. A worst case scenario can be
assumed whereby, for non-landfill facilities, annual capacity will remain constant at current
levels until the year 2021, on the basis that new facilities will come on line as older facilities
are decommissioned. Therefore, based on this scenario, annual capacity in 2000/01 is as
follows:

•     Total treatment capacity of 574,306 tonnes (which includes 394,055 tonnes for
      biological treatment, 88,864 tonnes for physical-chemical treatment, and 91,387 tonnes
      for metal recycling sites).
•     0 tonnes for energy recovery
•     195,315 tonnes of capacity at open gate transfer stations
•     0 tonnes at restricted user transfer stations
•     105,779 tonnes at civic amenity sites
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The above non-landfill capacity has been drawn from Environment Agency data for 2000/01.
It is however of limited use as it assumes all facilities are operating at full capacity which is
unknown (but unlikely) at this time.

In order to address the problem and provide a better indication of future licensed facilities,
the Environment Agency has carried out a preliminary assessment of existing treatment
capacity for a range of facility types, the results of which are given in Table 3.8. It is clear
however that a more rigorous review of non-landfill capacity is required as part of the
Regional Waste Plan review process.

Identifying current and future landfill capacity is essential for three reasons; it presently
represents the principal form of waste management method within the Region (see Tables 3.3
and 3.7); it is seen as a diminishing but important resource; and, it will influence demands
made on other non-landfill capacity requirements in future years.

Tables 3.9a and 3.10a show remaining capacity at open gate and restricted user landfill sites
within the Region by waste type and Authority in 2000/01. It can be seen that total capacity
remaining at open gate sites amounts to nearly 9 million m3 (an increase from 7.5 million m3
in 1998/99). Carmarthenshire (at 2.7 million m3) has the greatest remaining capacity at open
gate sites, with Neath/Port Talbot and Pembrokeshire having similar levels of capacity at over
2.1 million m3. Remaining capacity at restricted user sites amounts to 3.2 million m3 (a
significant decrease from 11.1million m3 in 1998/99), with capacity only being available in
Neath/Port Talbot.

For prediction of future landfill capacity only open gate landfills have been considered, as
restricted user landfill can only have a limited benefit to the remaining capacity within the
Region due to the very nature of this type of facility. Capacity at restricted user landfills is
assumed to be self sustaining and therefore has not been considered.

The lifespan (in years) of remaining landfill capacity has been calculated in terms of capacity
for biodegradable waste at open gate landfill sites (i.e. non-inert and co-disposal landfill
sites). Although these types of site can take inert waste, capacity for inert wastes has not
been considered because it is assumed that this waste can be managed elsewhere, either at
exempt sites or at landfills purely taking inert waste.

The remaining capacity for landfill sites is presented in Table 3.11. These figures, calculated
by the Environment Agency, use a conversion factor of 1.2 t/m3 to convert weight to volume,
since waste input data are provided in tonnes, and capacity is in cubic metres. No estimates
were provided by the Environment Agency of the percentage of remaining capacity in 2001/2
that would be utilised by cap and cover material.

For prediction purposes it has been assumed that inputs to landfill sites will continue at
2000/01 levels and will remain constant. This, however, will evidently not be the case due to
changes in waste arisings and waste management policy. However, it provides a good
estimate of lifespan if waste management methods continue in their current form. At the
assumed rate of throughput (i.e. current throughput rates), biodegradable open gate landfill
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capacity will fall from approximately 3.9 million cubic metres and capacity is set to run out
in approximately 9 years from 2000/01 (ie, by the year 2009/10). The remaining regional
capacity in 2000/01 represents approximately 12% of the total remaining capacity for all
Wales.

3.4.2 Recycling and Reprocessing Facilities

Table 3.2 indicates a total processing capacity of 742,680 tonnes per annum for the 21
existing facilities. Of this total reprocessing capacity, over 50% is attributable to wood
reprocessing, with 90% of the wood reprocessing capacity attributable to one company, based
in Wrexham. Reprocessing facilities for plastic, steel, aluminium and paper are also present
in Wales.

3.5    PROPOSED WASTE MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE

3.5.1 Waste Management Facilities

Waste planning authorities in South West Wales were contacted to determine whether any
planning permissions have been granted recently (since 1998/99) for significant new waste
management facilities that may not have received a waste management licence/PPC permit,
or may have received a licence/permit following collation of the latest national waste
management statistics. The results are set out by sub-region in Table 3.12.

The only significant (in tonnage terms) waste management facility planned and currently
undergoing commissioning is the HLC plant at Crymlyn Burrows in Neath Port Talbot. This
facility is permitted to process up to 260,000 tonnes of MSW.

3.5.2 Recycling and Reprocessing Facilities

WRAP, the Waste and Resources Action Programme has been set up by the UK Government
to stimulate and encourage development of markets for recycled materials over the period
2001-2004. Recently, funding has been secured through WRAP to finance expansion at the
Shotton Paper Mill, based in Flintshire, which will increase processing capacity for waste
paper by 321,000 tonnes per annum for the UK.

A range of WRAP initiatives relating to glass recycling are currently being undertaken.
Recycled glass can be used for a range of secondary uses; for example Owens Corning, based
in South Wales currently use recycled glass to manufacture glass fibre insulation. Glass also
has applications in construction, water filtration and decorative markets.

WRAP has also implemented programmes to encourage recycling of waste wood and plastic
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3.6    CONTRACTUAL ARRANGEMENTS

A clear picture of the contractual obligations for recycling and disposal will be necessary to
help assess the practicability of options. Information on current and projected contractual
arrangements which arose during CCT and those put in place under Best Value are presented
in Appendix D.

For municipal waste collection contracts all Authorities within the Region operate internal
direct service agreements. This contract arrangement extends to recycling initiatives.

For municipal waste disposal contracts most Authorities within the Region have placed single
waste disposal contracts with LAWDCs. Bridgend will be the first Unitary Authority to
terminate their existing disposal arrangements in December 2002, for a 25 disposal contract
with HLC . Neath Port Talbot are likely to terminate their existing disposal arrangements
(possibly sometime in 2003) for a 25 year disposal contract with HLC. Disposal contracts in
other Authorities within the Region are due to expire in 2006 for Swansea, 2007 for
Pembrokeshire, 2008 for Ceredigion and 2014 for Carmarthenshire.

3.7    UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLANS
Information on the status of UDPs within the South West Wales Region is presented in
Appendix D. All Authorities have prepared deposit draft plans and are currently working
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4.0 KEY FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

This report summarises the baseline data currently available for the South West Wales
Region. Where possible data are presented to enable an assessment of waste type and
quantity for each Unitary Authority within the Region. The principal data source is the
Strategic Waste Management Assessment for Wales, produced by the Environment Agency
in October 2000, which summarises waste management data for the year 1998/99. Where
possible the Environment Agency data-sets were augmented by more recent and accurate
information sources such as the National Strategy for Wales.

During the preparation of this report a number of key assumptions have been made which
need to be agreed by Technical Officers and Members of the South West Wales Regional
Waste Forum as they will form the basis of all future work (ie, Stages 1b, Stage 2 and Stage 3
of this study). These key assumptions include;

•   For MSW – Data obtained for the year 2000/01 has been used in future waste growth
    forecasting. This data has been supplied by the South West Wales MSW Working Group
•   For MSW forecasting – A ‘Medium growth’ scenario has been adopted for likely growth
    in MSW to the year 2021. The compound growth rate for this growth scenario is 1.4%
    each year to the year 2021. Application of the statutory recycling and composting targets
    for 2003/4, 2006/7 and 2009/10 have been applied to the waste forecasts at the Authority
    level. Landfill Directive targets for biodegradable MSW for the years 2010, 2013 and
    2020 have been applied to projected waste arisings to give an indication of potential long
    term overall recovery levels likely for each Authority.
•   For Commercial and Industrial Waste – Data supplied by the Environment Agency for
    the year 1998/99 has been used in future waste forecasting. Aggregated data for
    Commercial and Industrial waste arisings has been provided at present by waste
    management method for each Unitary Authority within the Region. Should a more
    detailed breakdown of data be required further discussions with the Environment Agency
    are required to determine what can be achieved using their data-sets.
•   For Commercial and Industrial Waste forecasting – A ‘Medium growth’ scenario
    (similar to the adopted growth scenario for MSW), has been adopted for forecasting of
    commercial waste growth. The compound growth rate for this scenario is 1.4% each year
    to the year 2021. A ‘towards zero waste’ scenario has been adopted for forecasting of
    industrial waste. The compound growth rate for industrial waste is assumed to be -0.9%
    each year to the year 2001. Targets for C&I waste in 2005 and 2010 have been applied to
    forecasted C&I waste arisings (combined) to identify potential infrastructure
    requirements across the Region. Disaggregation of inert and non-inert C&I waste has
    also been estimated.
•   For Special Waste - Data supplied by the Environment Agency for the year 2000/01 has
    been used in future waste forecasting. Disaggregated data for Special Waste arisings has
    been obtained through the use of the Environment Agency’s Hazardous Waste
    Interrogator (SWaT) software. Data has been provided by waste type and waste
    management method for each Unitary Authority within the Region.

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•   For Special Waste forecasting - A ‘Waste strategy’ scenario has been adopted for likely
    growth in Special Waste to the year 2021. The compound growth rate for this growth
    scenario is 1.2% each year to the year 2021. No specific targets have been applied to this
    waste stream due to the current uncertainty surrounding classification, however they are
    implicitly included within the forecasts for C&I waste arisings.
•   For Construction and Demolition Waste - Data supplied by the Environment Agency for
    the year 2001 has been used in future waste forecasting. Aggregated for the Region as a
    whole is presented. Disaggregation of this data for each Authority assumes the quantities
    are proportioned to the population distribution across the Region.
•   For Construction and Demolition Waste forecasting - A ‘No growth’ scenario has been
    adopted for likely growth in C&D waste to the year 2021. The compound growth rate for
    this growth scenario is 0.0% each year to the year 2021. Targets for C&D waste in 2005
    and 2010 have been applied to forecasted waste arisings to identify potential
    infrastructure requirements across the Region.
•   For Agricultural Waste - Data supplied by the Environment Agency for the year 1998/99
    has been used in future waste forecasting. Disaggregated data for Agricultural waste
    arisings has been provided at present by type, potential waste management grouping for
    each Unitary Authority within the Region and suggests less than 0.5%of total arisings is
    likely to require treatment as a controlled waste.
•   For Agricultural Waste forecasting - A ‘towards zero waste’ scenario, has been adopted
    for likely growth in Agricultural Waste to the year 2021. The compound growth rate for
    this growth scenario is -0.9% each year to the year 2021. It is considered appropriate to
    identify less than 0.5% of total agricultural arisings as potentially requiring treatment as a
    controlled waste in future years.
•   For Existing Waste Management Arrangements - Data supplied by the Environment
    Agency for the year 2000/01 has been used to determine existing waste management
    arrangements within the Region. Disaggregated data for each Authority is provided for
    facility type, waste deposits and remaining capacity.
•   For planning and contractual arrangements – Each Authority has been contacted for
    details of current waste management contracts, future planned waste management
    facilities and status of each Unitary Development Plan. This data is presented at
    Appendix B and appendix D.

This report provides baseline data for the South West Wales Region comprising current and
predicted waste quantities together with details of existing waste management facilities and
practices. This data, which is based on the most up to date information sources, and has been
agreed by all Councils in the South West Wales Region will be used in development of
Stages 2 and 3 of this Study.




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                                TABLE 1.1: KEY STAGES OF THE STUDY


         Stage              Tasks                                          Outputs and       Anticipated
                                                                           Consultation      Completion
                                                                                             date

         Stage 1a -         •    Type, quantity and origin of waste        Consultation      Mid-July 2002
         Initial baseline        arisings within the Region                Report and        for initial draft &
         assessment         •    Waste imports and exports in the          Technical Group   mid-August
                                 Region                                    Meeting           2002 for final
                            •    Review of existing and planned                              baseline
                                 waste management arrangements and                           assessment
                                 capacity                                                    report &
                            •    Preliminary waste growth forecasts                          Technical Group
                                                                                             Meeting in early
                                                                                             Sept 2002
         Stage 1b -         •    Review and revise initial baseline        Consultation      Mid-October
         Regional Waste          assessment report following               Report and        2002 for both
         Assessment              Technical Group Meeting in                Technical Group   final Regional
                                 September 2002                            and Members       Waste
                            •    Forecast of future capacity               Consultation      Assessment
                                 requirements                              Seminar           Report and
                                                                                             Consultation
                                                                                             Seminar
         Stage 2 -          •    Identifying preferred options             Consultation      Mid-January
         Identification     •    Identifying sustainability criteria for   Report and        2003 for draft
         and                     options assessment process                Technical Group   Regional Waste
         analysis/assess    •    Undertake options assessment              and Members       Assessment
         ment of options         process                                   Seminar           Report, end-
                            •    Sensitivity testing and option                              January 2003
                                 refinement                                                  for Technical
                            •    Undertake Health Impact Assessment                          Group
                                 of management and planning options                          Consultation
                            •    Undertake a Strategic Environmental                         Seminar and
                                 Assessment of management and                                end-April 2003
                                 planning options                                            for Technical
                                                                                             Group and
                                                                                             Members
                                                                                             Seminar
         Stage 3 – Assist   •    Assist in the consultation exercise on    Regional Waste    Mid-November
         in development          the preferred strategy option(s)          Plan for          2003
         of Regional        •    Assist in the consideration of land       consultation
         Waste Plan              use planning implications
                            •    Assist in the consideration of non-
                                 regulated waste/public
                                 awareness/public participation
                                 initiatives
                            •    Assist in the production of a
                                 Contribution and Best Practice
                                 Statement




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                     TABLE 2.1 PRINCIPAL WASTE STREAMS ARISINGS (in tonnes) IN THE SOUTH WEST REGION OF WALES IN
                     1998/99

                         Description                                                  Principal Waste Stream Arisings in 1998/99
                                                   MSW           C&I (excl. special    Special Waste           C&D1                 Sub Total     Agricultural   Total
                                                                      waste)            (C&I waste)

                     Bridgend                        65,600              132,814              11,587            146,672                356,672        59,962       416,634
                     Carmathenshire                  82,000              114,403              19,797            189,218                405,418     1,401,882     1,807,300
                     Cerdigion                       44,100               53,568                 332             79,494                177,494       776,539       954,033
                     Neath Port Talbot               63,200            1,543,793              10,707            155,629              1,773,329        50,753     1,824,082
                     Pembrokeshire                   59,400               71,392              26,308            127,638                284,738     1,219,573     1,504,311
                     Swansea                        140,500              193,454              35,246            257,515                626,715       108,884       735,600
                     Total within
                     Region                         454,800            2,109,424            103,976             956,166              3,624,366     3,617,594     7,241,960
                     %age of sub total                    13%                   58%                 3%                 26%                 100%
                     %age of total                         6%                   29%                 1%                 13%                  50%            50%        100%
                     Note
                     1. Data for C&D arisings is 1998/99 data. However, waste forecasts presented in the report use 2000/01 data.




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TABLE 2.2: COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WASTE ARISINGS DATA (in tonnes) IN SOUTH WEST WALES IN 1998/99 1

Description                                                                          Commercial and Industrial waste arisings in 1998/99
                                                        Brigend    Carmarthenshire      Cerdigion         Neath Port Talbot    Pembrokeshire   Swansea    TOTAL
Industrial Wastes                                       97,500         83,500            24,300              1,516,600               55,000    113,300   1,890,200
Commercial Wastes                                       46,900         50,700            29,600                37,900                42,700    115,400    323,200

TOTAL                                                  144,400        134,200            53,900              1,554,500               97,700    228,700   2,213,400
County as % of total industrial arisngs                   5%            4%                 1%                   80%                   3%         6%        100%
County as % of total commercial arisngs                  15%            16%                9%                   12%                   13%       36%        100%
County as % of total (C&I) arisngs                       6.5%           6.1%              2.44%                 70%                   4%        10%        100%
                                                                                                C&I (inert and non-inert fraction)
% regional total NON INERT                               4.99%          5.7%             2.35%                  21%                   4%         3%       41.58%
% regional total INERT                                   1.54%          0.4%             0.09%                  49%                   0%         7%       58.42%
Notes:
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 TABLE 2.3: SPECIAL WASTE ARISINGS DATA FOR SOUTH WEST WALES (in tonnes) IN 2000/01
                Short Class Description                                  Special Waste Arisings 2000/01                                  % of Area's
                                          Bridgend    Carmarthen    Ceredigion Neath Port Talbot Pembrokeshire     Swansea Area Total      Total
 Agricultural and Food Production                -                1         -                   -          -             -          1       0%
 C&D Waste and Asbestos                          852         1,466            66             2,696         890         1,170    7,138       7%
 Healthcare                                        30             4         -                      4          2             6      45       0%
 Inorganic Chemical Processes                    734         4,189            20               621       1,022           123    6,710       7%
 Metal Treatment and Coating Processes           235         1,164          -                  273         -           1,613    3,285       3%
 MFSU Paints, Varnish, Adhesive and Inks         163           125             7               282            9          833    1,419       1%
 Municipal and Similar Commercial Wastes           42             4            0                  47       -             274      368       0%
 Not Otherwise Specified                         543           394            83               767         992           382    3,160       3%
 Oil and Oil/Water Mixtures                    8,970         5,486         298               6,850       5,156         4,317   31,078       32%
 Organic Chemical Processes                      835           407             2               733           24        2,030    4,031       4%
 Packaging, Cloths, Filter Materials             557              0         -                  129            4          165      854       1%
 Petrol, Gas and Coal Refining/Treatment         985           501          -                  669       2,734             10   4,900       5%
 Photographic Industry                              2             0            2                   1          0            32      38       0%
 Shaping/Treatment of Metals and Plastics        404         2,989          -                  968         -             585    4,946       5%
 Solvents                                        531              3            0               221            9            39     803       1%
 Thermal Process Waste (inorganic)               531           351          -                  678           34       25,154   26,746       28%
 Unclassified                                      23            45            0                  46         19          132      265       0%
 Waste/Water Treatment and Water Industry        -                1         -                  137         -             259      396       0%
 Wood and Paper Production                       -             -            -                   -             3          -          3       0%
 Total arisings in SW Area in 2000/01         15,436        17,129         479              15,121      10,896        37,122   96,184      100%
 Total arisings in SW Area in 1998/99         11,587        19,797         332              10,707      26,308        35,246  103,976
 Total arisings in SW (% change since 1998/99)              133%      87%          144%     141%           41%        105%       93%
 % exported out of SW Area in 2000/01                          96       73           96        61            58          56        45
 Tonnage Exported in 2000/01                               14,816   12,529          459     9,221         6,292      20,971    43,691
 Tonnage Imported in 2000/01                               12,706   15,497            44    15,977        38,092      15,664    77,384
 Total tonnage managed within SW Area in 2000/01           13,326   20,097            64    21,878        42,696      31,816   129,877
 Total tonnage managed in SW (% change since
 1998/99)                                                    87%     829%          3189%   80522%         189%         43%      113%
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                      TABLE 2.4: CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE ARISINGS DATA IN SOUTH WEST WALES (in tonnes)
                      IN 2001 & 1999

                      Survey Year                                C&D Waste                    Soil            Mixed C&D              Total Estimated
                                                                                                             Waste and Soil           Production (t)
                      1999 3                                          39%                    39%                    22%                    100%
                      Estimated tonnage in 2001 1and2               571,318                 571,318                318,536               1,461,172
                      Estimated tonnage in 1999 1and 3              373,861                 373,861                208,444                956,166
                      % change since 1999                                                                                                   153%
                      Notes:
                      1 Total estimate based upon relative proportion of population as a region (~29%) and applied to total C&D waste arisings in Wales
                      2 As supplied by WAG taken from National survey undertaken for 2001
                      3 Source SWMA Wales 2000




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    TABLE 2.5: MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE (MSW) ARISINGS DATA (in tonnes) FOR SOUTH WEST WALES (for 1998/99 1 to 2001/02)

    Description                                  MSW arisings in 2001/02 1      MSW arisings in 2000/01 2    MSW arisings in 1999/00 3      MSW arisings in 1998/99 4                                   Waste growth (%)
                                             MSW Total (t)    MSW Total (%)   MSW Total (t) MSW Total (%) MSW Total (t) MSW Total (%)    MSW Total (t)  MSW Total (%)   Total % change      Total % change      Total % change    % compound growth
                                                                                                                                                                        (2000/01-2001/02)   (1999/00-2000/01) (1998/99-1999/00)   (1998/99-2001/02)
    Bridgend                                               68,560   14%              66,036     14%               65,204       13%               65,600      14%                 4%                 1%                  -1%               1.5%
    Carmarthenshire                                        92,012   19%              84,287     18%               76,122       16%               82,000      18%                 9%                 11%                 -7%               4.1%
    Ceredigion                                             34,779   7%               37,875      8%               45,443        9%               44,100      10%                -8%                -17%                 3%                -7.0%
    Neath Port Talbot                                      90,355   19%              86,497     19%               83,086       17%               63,200      14%                 4%                 4%                  31%              14.3%
    Pembrokeshire                                          75,187   16%              68,990     15%               64,062       13%               59,400      13%                 9%                 8%                  8%                8.9%
    Swansea                                               124,070   26%             119,963     26%              151,062       31%              140,500      31%                 3%                -21%                 8%                -3.9%

    Total MSW within Region                               484,935   100%            463,648     100%             484,979      100%              454,800     100%                5%                 -4%                7%                 2.2%
    Notes:
    1. Data supplied by Authorities (see Appendix A)
    2 Data from South West Wales Waste Working Group for MSW
    3 Source: National Waste Strategy for Wales Pt2. Annex 7
    4. Data extracted from SWMA 2000. Annex 1- Table 1




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                                 TABLE 2.6: AGRICULTURAL WASTE ARISINGS DATA FOR SOUTH WEST WALES (in tonnes) IN 1998/99

                                 Description                                                 Bridgend            Carmarthenshire              Ceredigion         Neath/Port Talbot     Pembrokeshire        Swansea       Total

                                 Compostable and digestible
                                 Farm yard manure *                                                  32,933.0                   744,180.0            421,369.0              28,671.0           629,035.0       62,682.0      1,918,870.0
                                 Slurry (indiluted liquid) *                                         25,497.0                   632,687.0            338,908.0              20,800.0           554,505.0       42,676.0      1,615,073.0
                                 Vegatable *                                                             82.0                        548.0               631.0                  81.0              9,745.0       1,039.0           12,126.0
                                 Sub Total                                                           58,512.0                 1,377,415.0            760,908.0              49,552.0          1,193,285.0     106,397.0      3,546,069.0


                                 Combustable
                                 Straw *                                                                303.0                      1,265.0             1,612.0                  47.0              7,551.0        628.0            11,406.0
                                 Silage Wrap (plastic)                                                   42.0                        555.0               459.0                  49.0               304.0           48.0            1,457.0
                                 Bale Twine and net (plastic)                                              7.0                       108.0                75.0                   7.0                89.0           11.0             297.0
                                 Fertiliser and seed bags (plastic)                                        9.0                       145.0               100.0                  10.0               114.0           14.0             392.0
                                 Animal feed bags (plastic)                                              12.0                        210.0               135.0                  12.0               163.0           17.0             549.0
                                 Horticulture (plastics)                                                   1.0                         3.0                 1.0                   -                    7.0           5.0               17.0
                                 Tree guards (plastic)                                                     6.0                        87.0                47.0                  11.0                64.0            7.0             222.0
                                 Paper seed bags (paper and card)                                         -                            3.0                 3.0                   -                  13.0            1.0               20.0
                                 Paper feed bags (paper and card)                                          7.0                       123.0                79.0                   7.0                96.0           10.0             322.0
                                 Oil                                                                     15.0                        258.0               179.0                  14.0               259.0           30.0             755.0
                                 Tyres                                                                   23.0                        243.0               176.0                  20.0               239.0           39.0             740.0
                                 Sub Total                                                              425.0                      3,000.0             2,866.0                 177.0              8,899.0        810.0            16,177.0


                                 Difficult and Chemical
                                 Silage Effluent *                                                      641.0                    16,529.0              8,465.0                 544.0            13,699.0        1,003.0           40,881.0
                                 Agrochemical containers (plastic)                                        -                            2.0                 2.0                   -                    9.0           1.0               14.0
                                 Animal health containers (plastic)                                        1.0                        12.0                10.0                   1.0                  7.0           1.0               32.0
                                 Agrochemical packaging (paper and card)                                  -                            1.0                 1.0                   -                    6.0           1.0                9.0
                                 Animal health packaging (paper and card)                                  0.3                         3.9                 3.3                   0.3                  2.3           0.3               10.4
                                 Animal health glass                                                       0.9                        11.8                 9.8                   0.9                  7.0           1.0               31.4
                                 Animal health rubber                                                     -                            0.2                 0.1                   -                    0.1          -                   0.4
                                 Pesticide washings                                                      54.0                      1,132.0               697.0                  84.0              1,757.0        315.0             4,039.0
                                 Sheep dip – organic phosphates                                         208.0                      2,118.0             2,254.0                 255.0               782.0         205.0             5,822.0
                                 Sheep dip – synthetic pyrethroids                                       84.0                        854.0               909.0                 103.0               315.0           83.0            2,348.0
                                 Sub Total                                                              989.2                    20,663.9             12,351.2                 988.2            16,584.4        1,610.3           53,187.2


                                 Other
                                 Vehicles and machinery                                                  23.0                        185.0               129.0                  33.0               228.0           42.0             640.0
                                 Milk *                                                                  13.0                        618.0               285.0                   3.0               577.0           25.0            1,521.0
                                 Sub Total                                                               36.0                        803.0               414.0                  36.0               805.0           67.0            2,161.0


                                 TOTAL                                                               59,962.2                 1,401,881.9            776,539.2              50,753.2          1,219,573.4     108,884.3      3,617,594.2
                                 % age compostable & digestable                                         97.6%                       98.3%               98.0%                 97.6%                97.8%         97.7%              98.0%
                                 %age combustable                                                        0.7%                        0.2%                 0.4%                 0.3%                 0.7%          0.7%               0.4%
                                 %age difficult & chemical                                               1.6%                        1.5%                 1.6%                 1.9%                 1.4%          1.5%               1.5%
                                 %age other                                                              0.1%                        0.1%                 0.1%                 0.1%                 0.1%          0.1%               0.1%
                                 %age TOTAL                                                           100.0%                       100.0%              100.0%                100.0%               100.0%        100.0%             100.0%
                                 Potential controlled waste tonnage *                                   470.2                      5,869.9             5,140.2                 574.2              4,233.4        789.3            17,077.2


                                 Notes:
                                 Source SWMA Wales Environment Agency. October 2000. Annex 3, Tables 2a, 2b and 2c
                                 * Asterix denotes waste types unlikely to be controlled under new legilisation to be introduced by the Environmnet Agency in 2003




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                     TABLE 2.7: SUMMARY OF PROPOSED WASTE ARISINGS FORECASTS WITHIN SOUTH WEST WALES TO THE
                     YEAR 2021

                     Year                         MSW 1          C&I (excl. special   Special Waste        C&D 4             Sub Total       Agricultural    Agricultural
                                                                    waste) 2          (C&I waste) 3                                        (non-controlled   (potentially
                                                                                                                                               waste)5        controlled
                                                                                                                                                               waste)5
                              2001                  463,648               2,133,574        94,261          1,461,172           4,152,655      3,528,867           16,737
                              2002                  484,935               2,124,053        92,337          1,461,172           4,162,497      3,493,578           16,570
                              2003                  495,646               2,114,885        90,413          1,461,172           4,162,117      3,458,642           16,404
                              2004                  506,593               2,106,073        88,490          1,461,172           4,162,328      3,424,056           16,240
                              2005                  517,782               2,097,588        86,566          1,461,172           4,163,108      3,389,815           16,078
                              2006                  529,218               2,089,491        84,642          1,461,172           4,164,524      3,355,917           15,917
                              2007                  539,844               2,081,001        82,719          1,461,172           4,164,735      3,322,358           15,758
                              2008                  549,599               2,072,070        80,795          1,461,172           4,163,637      3,289,134           15,600
                              2009                  558,427               2,062,658        78,871          1,461,172           4,161,129      3,256,243           15,444
                              2010                  566,276               2,052,725        76,948          1,461,172           4,157,121      3,223,681           15,290
                              2011                  573,098               2,040,312        76,948          1,461,172           4,151,530      3,191,444           15,137
                              2012                  578,852               2,027,311        76,948          1,461,172           4,144,283      3,159,529           14,986
                              2013                  583,501               2,013,695        76,948          1,461,172           4,135,316      3,127,934           14,836
                              2014                  587,016               1,999,442        76,948          1,461,172           4,124,578      3,096,655           14,687
                              2015                  589,373               1,984,533        76,948          1,461,172           4,112,025      3,065,688           14,541
                              2016                  590,556               1,968,954        76,948          1,461,172           4,097,630      3,035,031           14,395
                              2017                  590,556               1,952,697        76,948          1,461,172           4,081,373      3,004,681           14,251
                              2018                  590,556               1,936,602        76,948          1,461,172           4,065,279      2,974,634           14,109
                              2019                  590,556               1,920,669        76,948          1,461,172           4,049,345      2,944,888           13,968
                              2020                  590,556               1,904,895        76,948          1,461,172           4,033,572      2,915,439           13,828
                              2021                  590,556               1,889,279        76,948          1,461,172           4,017,955      2,886,285           13,690
                     Notes:
                     1. Medium growth scenario
                     2. Commercial waste assumes a medium growth scenario and industrial waste assumes a towards zero growth scenario
                     3. Special waste assumes a waste strategy scenario




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 TABLE 2.8: COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS (in tonnes) FOR THE SOUTH WEST WALES REGION IN 1998/99

 Description                                                                                                                     Waste management methods in 1998/99
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   5
                                                        Land disposal         Land recovery             Re-used           Recycled              Thermal            Transfer         Treatment         Unrecorded         TOTAL
 Industrial Waste                                          693,900                  1,900                  355,900              742,700              23,700            5,100            61,700             5,100           1,890,000
 Commercial Wastes                                         222,800                    0                     3,600                46,300              1,800            17,800             6,300            23,900            322,500
 TOTAL                                                     916,700                  1,900                  359,500              789,000              25,500           22,900            68,000            29,000           2,212,500
 % regional total (Industrial)                                          37%                        0%            19%                      39%                 1%               0%                3%                0%              100%
 % regional total (Commercial)                                          69%                        0%                1%                   14%                 1%               6%                2%                7%              100%
 85% target reduction (Ind) 2 and 3                                 589,815                                                                                                4,335                               4,335             598,485
                                  2 and 3
 85% target reduction (Com)                                         189,380                                                                                               15,130                              20,315             224,825

                              2 and 4
 80% target reduction (Ind)                                         555,120                                                                                                4,080                               4,080             563,280
                                  2 and 4
 80% target reduction (Com)                                         178,240                                                                                               14,240                              19,120             211,600
 Approximate inert fraction                                             25%                        0%            90%                      47%                 0%               0%                0%                2%            41.81%
                              6
 Approximate inert fraction                                         226,630                        -          323,718                 374,044                 -                -                 -                 637           925,030
 Notes:
 1. Source - Environment Agency, C&I Arisings for Wales for 1998/99
 2. Includes total of waste to land disposal, transfer and unrecorded
 3. National Waste Strategy for Wales (85% reduction in landfill waste based on 1998/99 figures)
 4. National Waste Strategy for Wales (80% reduction in landfill waste based on 1998/99 figures)
 5. Includes unrecorded and unsampled waste quantities
 6. Modified from SWMA for Wales Annex 2 Table 6




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            TABLE 2.9a: WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS ESTIMATED FOR 2005 ASSUMING CONTINUATION OF CURRENT MANAGEMENT METHODS

            Description                                                   Waste management methods in 2005 assuming continuation of current management methods
                                                       Land disposal    Land recovery Re-used       Recycled     Thermal Transfer Treatment           Unrecorded    TOTAL
            Industrial Waste                                    829,525           2,271    425,462       887,863     28,332       6,097        73,759         6,097    2,259,407
            Commercial Wastes                                   254,534               0       4,113       52,895      2,056      20,335         7,197        27,304      368,435
            TOTAL FOR REGION                                  1,084,059           2,271    429,575       940,758     30,389      26,432        80,957       33,401     2,627,842
            % of Regional Total (C&I)                              41%               0%        16%          36%          1%          1%            3%           1%         100%
            % of Regional Total (industrial)                              37%                      0%   19%         39%   1%       0%           3%            0%           100%
             % of Regional Total(commercial)                              69%                      0%   1%          14%   1%       6%           2%            7%           100%
            TABLE 2.9b: WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS ESTIMATED FOR 2005 ASSUMING C&I TARGET OF 85% OF 1998 LEVELS IS MET

            Description                                                                 Waste management methods in 2005 assuming 85% target is met
                                                                    1
                                                       Land disposal    Land recovery2 Re-used2       Recycled2   Thermal2 Transfer1 Treatment2 Unrecorded1 TOTAL
            Industrial Waste                                    589,815           1,892       354,460     739,695     23,604      4,335         61,450  4,335  1,779,586
            Commercial Wastes                                   189,380             -           9,140     117,549      4,570     15,130         15,995 20,315    372,079
            TOTAL FOR REGION                                    779,195           1,892       363,600     857,244     28,174     19,465         77,445 24,650  2,151,665
            % of Regional Total (C&I)                              36%               0%          17%          40%         1%         1%             4%     1%      100%
            % of Regional Total (industrial)                              33%                      0%   20%         42%   1%       0%           3%            0%         100.00%
             % of Regional Total(commercial)                              51%                      0%   2%          32%   1%       4%           4%            5%         100.00%
            Notes
            1 Figures taken from Table 2.8 (2005 targets)
            2 Assumes waste diverted according to split(% of Regional total) presented in Table 2.9a




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            TABLE 2.10a: WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS ESTIMATED FOR 2010 ASSUMING CONTINUATION OF CURRENT MANAGEMENT METHODS

            Description                                                   Waste management methods in 2010 assuming continuation of current management methods
                                                       Land disposal    Land recovery Re-used       Recycled     Thermal Transfer Treatment           Unrecorded    TOTAL
            Industrial Waste                                    829,525           2,271    425,462       887,863     28,332       6,097        73,759         6,097    2,259,407
            Commercial Wastes                                   278,373               0       4,498       57,849      2,249      22,240         7,871        29,861      402,942
            TOTAL FOR REGION                                  1,107,899           2,271    429,960       945,712     30,581      28,337        81,631       35,958     2,662,349
            % of Regional total (C&I)                              42%               0%        16%          36%          1%          1%            3%           1%         100%
            % of Regional Total (industrial)                              37%                      0%       19%             39%      1%       0%       3%       0%          100%
             % of Regional Total(commercial)                              69%                      0%        1%             14%      1%       6%       2%       7%          100%
            TABLE 2.10b: WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS ESTIMATED FOR 2010 ASSUMING C&I TARGET OF 80% OF 1998 LEVELS IS MET

            Description                                                                 Waste management methods in 2010 assuming 80% target is met
                                                       Land disposal1   Land recovery2 Re-used2       Recycled2   Thermal2 Transfer1 Treatment2 Unrecorded1 TOTAL
            Industrial Waste                                    555,120           1,892       354,460     739,695     23,604     22,900         61,450 29,000  1,692,368
            Commercial Wastes                                   178,240             -           9,140     117,549      4,570          0         15,995      0    408,704

            TOTAL FOR REGION                                        733,360                    1,892    363,600         857,244   28,174   22,900   77,445   29,000    2,101,072
            % of Regional total (C&I)                                  35%                        0%       17%             41%        1%       1%       4%       1%        100%
            % of Regional Total (industrial)                              33%                      0%       20%             42%      1%       0%       3%       0%          100%
             % of Regional Total(commercial)                              44%                      0%        3%             38%      1%       3%       5%       5%          100%
            Notes
            1 Figures taken from Table 2.8 (2010 targets)
            2 Assumes waste diverted according to split(% of Regional total) presented in Table 2.9a




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 TABLE 2.11a: WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS ESTIMATED FOR 2015 ASSUMING CONTINUATION OF CURRENT MANAGEMENT METHODS

 Description                                                    Waste management methods in 2015 assuming continuation of current management methods
                                           Land disposal    Land recovery Re-used       Recycled      Thermal Transfer Treatment          Unrecorded   TOTAL
 Industrial Waste                                   871,839           2,387    447,165       933,153     29,777       6,408        77,522        6,408       2,374,659
 Commercial Wastes                                  289,728             -         4,681       60,208      2,341      23,147         8,192       31,079         419,377
 TOTAL FOR REGION                                 1,161,567           2,387    451,846       993,361     32,118      29,555        85,714       37,487       2,794,036
 % of Regional total (C&I)                             42%               0%        16%           36%         1%          1%            3%           1%           100%
 % of Regional Total (industrial)                             37%                      0%       19%             39%      1%    0%      3%        0%                100%
  % of Regional Total(commercial)                             69%                      0%       1%              14%      1%    6%      2%        7%                100%
 TABLE 2.11b: WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS ESTIMATED FOR 2015 ASSUMING C&I TARGET OF 80% OF 1998 LEVELS IS MET

 Description                                                               Waste management methods in 2015 assuming 80% target is met
                                                              1
                                           Land disposal   Land recovery Re-used2      Recycled2
                                                                                       2
                                                                                                   Thermal2 Transfer1 Treatment2 Unrecorded1          TOTAL
 Industrial Waste                                  555,120           1,892     354,460     739,695     23,604         -         61,450    -                   1,609,425
 Commercial Wastes                                 178,240             -         9,140     117,549      4,570         -         15,995    -                     423,430

 TOTAL FOR REGION                                      733,360                    1,892     363,600         857,244   28,174   -    77,445      -             2,032,855
 % of Regional total (C&I)                                36%                        0%        18%             42%        1%   0%       4%      0%                100%
 % of Regional Total (industrial)                             34%                      0%       20%             41%      1%    0%      3%        0%                100%
  % of Regional Total(commercial)                             42%                      0%       3%              40%      2%    3%      5%        5%                100%
 Notes
 1 Figures taken from Table 2.8 (2015 targets)
 2 Assumes waste diverted according to split(% of Regional total) presented in Table 2.9a




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 TABLE 2.12: SPECIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS IN SOUTH WEST WALES (in tonnes) IN 2000/01

 Disposal Method Description                                                Special Waste Management Method by Unitary Authority (2000/01) in tonnes
                                                           Bridgend      Carmarthen      Ceredigion         Neath Port Talbot   Pembroke          Swansea          Total
 Incineration without energy recovery                              -             -                    -                   -              -                  5             5
 Recovery                                                          -             -                    -                   -              -                -             -
 Landfill                                                          -          11,281                  -                21,874            425              -          33,580
 Long Term Storage                                                 -             -                    -                   -              -                -             -
 Recycling/Reuse                                                13,313           -                    -                   -           42,271           15,655        71,239
 Transfer (Short-term)                                              14             1                   64                   4            -             16,155        16,238
 Treatment                                                         -           8,814                  -                   -              -                -           8,814
 Other Fate                                                        -             -                    -                   -              -                -             -

 TOTAL                                                          13,326        20,097                  64               21,878         42,696           31,816       129,877
 % of Area Total                                                  10%           15%                   0%                 17%            33%              25%          100%
 Source: Environment Agency Hazardous Waste Interrogator




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                      TABLE 2.13: PROJECTED CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE MANAGEMENT METHODS (in tonnes)

                      Survey/Target                 Recycled          C&D waste and Inert materials                 C&D waste and            Total estimated
                      Year                       aggregates and       soil re-used on recovered on                   soil landfilled        production within
                                                      soil                landfills   exempt sites                                          South West Wales
                                                                                                                                                 Region
                      Arisings in 1999 1              217,432              122,580                378,068                238,085                 956,166
                      %age contribution                 23%                   13%                   40%                     25%                   100%
                                           2
                      Arisings in 2001                332,271              187,322                577,748                363,832                1,461,172
                      %age contribution                 36%                   32%                   25%                     7%                    100%
                      2005 target year 3              480,563              429,565                343,646                 93,964                1,347,739
                      %age contribution                 36%                   32%                   25%                     7%                    100%
                                           3
                      2010 target year                434,391              388,293                310,629                 84,936                1,218,249
                      %age contribution                 36%                   32%                   25%                     7%                    100%
                      2015 target year 3              392,655              350,986                280,784                 76,776                1,101,201
                      %age contribution                 36%                   32%                   25%                     7%                    100%
                      Notes:
                      1 Source SWMA Wales 2000. Total estimate based upon relative proportion of population as a region (~29%) and applied to total
                      C&D waste arisings in Wales
                      2 As supplied by NAW taken from National survey undertaken for 2001. Total estimate based upon relative proportion of population
                      as a region (~29%) and applied to total
                      3 Targets set in Wales Waste Strategy 75% and 85% of C&D arisings recycled or re-used by 2005 and 2010 respectively




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                   TABLE 2.14: ACTUAL AND POSSIBLE MSW TARGETS FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES WITHIN SOUTH WEST WALES
                   REGION

                   Description             Bridgend          Carmarthenshire       Ceredigion    Neath/Port Talbot Pembrokeshire        Swansea
                                                                                                         1
                                                          NAW Recycling/Composting targets for MSW

                   Actual Recycling Rate
                   2000/01 2                  6%                    9%                 13%             2%                12%              8%
                   2003/04 Target                   Recycle/compost no less than 15% of MSW (min 5% recycling and composting levels)
                   2006/07 Target                  Recycle/compost no less than 25% of MSW (min. 10% recycling and composting levels)
                   2009/10 Target                  Recycle/compost no less than 40% of MSW (min. 15% recycling and composting levels)
                                                   EC Landfill Directive Targets (relate to 1995 MSW arisings)1

                   2010 Target                       Reduce to 75% of 1995 biodegradable MSW arisings to landfill (ie, 25% diversion)
                   2013 Target                       Reduce to 50% of 1995 biodegradable MSW arisings to landfill (ie, 50% diversion)
                   2020 Target                       Reduce to 35% of 1995 biodegradable MSW arisings to landfill (ie, 65% diversion)

                   Notes:
                   1 Source: Wales Waste Strategy. NAW June 2002
                   2 Source: South West Wales MSW Working Group.




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 TABLE 2.15: ACTUAL AND POSSIBLE MSW TONNAGES REQUIRED TO MEET POLICY TARGETS FOR LOCAL AUTHORITIES
 WITHIN SOUTH WEST WALES (assuming a medium growth rate scenario)

 Year                                  Bridgend             Carmarthenshire            Ceredigion           Neath/Port Talbot            Pembrokeshire        Swansea       TOTAL
                                                                                                                           1
                                                                NAW Recycling/Composting targets for MSW

 Actual Recycling Rate
 2000/01 1                                        4,187                     7,341                4,848                          2,041                 7,934         9,957      36,308
 2003/04 Target                                  10,823                    13,814                6,207                         14,176                11,307        19,661      75,989
 2006/07 Target                                  19,222                    24,535               11,025                         25,178                20,082        34,919     134,961
 2009/10 Target                                  32,261                    41,178               18,503                         42,257                33,704        58,607     226,510
 Possible 2013 target 2                          46,809                    59,746               26,847                         61,313                48,903        85,035     328,654
 Possible 2020 target 2                          74,906                    95,608               42,962                         98,115                78,257    136,076        525,925
                     DIVERSION REQUIREMENTS FOR BIODEGRADABLE MSW - EC Landfill Directive Targets 3 and 5
 1995 MSW arisings total
 (estimate) 4               57,661       73,597       33,072        75,527               60,240           104,749                                                             404,846
                   5
 2010 Diversion                          23,941                    30,557                 13,731                    31,359                     25,012          43,491         168,091
 2013 Diversion                          34,737                    44,337                 19,923                    45,499                     36,290          63,103         243,890
 2020 Diversion                          55,587                    70,950                 31,882                    72,810                     58,073         100,981         390,282

 Notes:
 1 Source: South West Wales MSW Working Group. Assumes sub-regional % split between UA is the same for all future targets years and remains at those for 2000/01
 2 Recycling/composting targets for MSW in 2013 and 2020 use diversion requirements for biodegradable MSW and assume approx. 73% of all recycled material is biodegradable (as at year2010).
 3 Source: Wales Waste Strategy. NAW June 2002
 4 1995 MSW estimates used the following equation = 2000/01 MSW totals x ((1/average growth rate for five years)+(1/average growth rate for six years)/2)
 5 Diversion rates calculated using the following equation = (1995 MSW total x 64% biodeg x 25% diversion) + (MSW growth since 1995 x 64% biodeg)




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 TABLE 3.1 NUMBER OF WASTE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES IN THE SOUTH WEST WALES REGION IN 2001

 Description                                   Landfills           Energy Recovery   Biological &    Physical/Physico-   Transfer    Metals     Total in Sub   % of Regional
                                                                                     Composting         Chemical                    Recycling     Region           Total
 Ceredigion                                        5                          0           0                  1             8           0             14             7%
 Swansea                                           10                         0           0                  3             17          7             37            19%
 Neath/Port Talbot                                  7                         0           1                  0             12          7             27            25%
 Bridgend                                          11                         1           0                  3              4          2             21            10%
 Pembrokeshire                                     26                         0           4                  0             13          2             45            22%
 Carmarthenshire                                   15                         0           2                  0             15          3             35            17%

 South-West Wales Total                           74                          1           7                 7              69          21          179            100%
 % of facilities within Region                   41%                         1%          4%                4%             39%         12%         100%
 % of facilities for all Wales                   N/A                         N/A         N/A               N/A            N/A         N/A          N/A
 Notes
 Site classification data from EA for 2001/02. Full listing see Appendix B




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                                 TABLE 3.2 CAPACITIES OF ACCREDITED REPROCESSORS IN WALES ACCORDING TO WASTE STREAMS1

                                 Waste Stream        Capacity (tonnes) No. of facilities

                                 Wood                       400,000              4
                                 Steel                      152,500              3
                                 Plastic                     57,360              6
                                 Paper                       57,820              6
                                 Glass                       15,000              1
                                 Aluminium                   60,000              1

                                 Total                      742,680             21
                                 Notes
                                 1. Data provided by Environment Agency




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 TABLE 3.3 SUMMARY OF WASTE DEPOSITED AT MANAGEMENT FACILITIES IN THE SOUTH WEST WALES REGION 2000/01 (tonnes)

 Description                       Landfills    Energy Recovery   Biological &    Physico-Chemical    Transfer       Metals      Total in Sub    % change from
                                                                  Composting                                        Recycling      Region           1998/99

 Ceredigion                             6,576                -             -                    -          30,310          740          37,626        -9%
 Swansea                              256,354                -             -                 54,207      126,626         3,218         440,405        4%
 Neath/Port Talbot                    696,864                -             -                    -          35,583       77,651         810,098        -1%
 Bridgend                             116,696                -             -                 34,657        97,362        5,982         254,697       83%
 Pembrokeshire                        105,923                -        286,012                   -          35,747        3,500         431,182       -10%
 Carmarthenshire                      104,785                -        108,043                   -          11,512          296         224,636       -22%
 South-West Wales Total             1,287,198                -        394,055                88,864      337,140       91,387        2,198,644
 % change from 98/99                      -8%                            -21%                 800%           69%          12%               0%
 % of deposits within Region        59%               0%             18%               4%              15%            4%            100%
 % of deposits for all Wales        23%               0%             97%               29%             25%            16%           33%
 Notes
 Source: Environment Agency 2002




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  TABLE 3.4: WASTE DEPOSITED AT OPEN/CLOSED TREATMENT FACILITIES FOR THE SOUTH WEST REGION OF WALES IN 2000/01 (tonnes)

        Unitary Authority                            Treatment              No of sites                         Waste Category                            Total 2000/01   % change from
                                                                          reporting data2   Inert/C&D        Municipal       Commercial/       Special                        98/99
                                                                                                                               Industrial
  Bridgend                          Metal Recycling Sites                                               -                 -            5,913         69          5,982             22%
                                    Biological                                                          -                 -                -          -              -
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   -                 -            8,753     25,904         34,657            251%
  NPT                               Metal Recycling Sites                                               -                 -          77,626          25         77,651             17%
                                    Biological                                                          -                 -                -          -              -
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   -                 -                -          -              -
  Swansea                           Metal Recycling Sites                                             13                  -            2,930        275          3,218             -4%
                                    Biological                                                          -                 -                -          -              -
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   -           51,440             2,767          -         54,207 no 98/99 data
  Carmarthenshire                   Metal Recycling Sites                                               -                 -              296          -            296            -93%
                                    Biological                                                          -                 -         101,213       6,830        108,043            -22%
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   -                 -                -          -              -
  Ceredigion                        Metal Recycling Sites                                               -                 -              740          -            740
                                    Biological                                                          -                 -                -          -              -
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   -                 -                -          -              -
  Pembrokeshire                     Metal Recycling Sites                                               -                 -            3,500          -          3,500             12%
                                    Biological                                                          -                 -         262,937      23,075        286,012            -21%
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   -                 -                -          -              -
  South-West Wales Total            Metal Recycling Sites                                             13                  -          91,005         369         91,387             12%
                                                    % change from 98/99                     no 98/99 data           -100%               18%          7%           12%
                                    Biological                                                          -                 -         364,150      29,905        394,055            -21%
                                                    % change from 98/99                       no change         no change              -27%       620%           -21%
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   -           51,440           11,520      25,904         88,864           800%
                                                    % change from 98/99                       no change      no 98/99 data              17%     41681%           800%
                  1                 Metal Recycling Sites                                            21%                                24%          0%           16%
  % Total Wales
                                    Biological                                                                                          97%       100%            97%
                                    Physical/Chemical                                                   0%             74%              18%        15%            29%
  Notes
  1. % total for wastes to the nearest '000 tonnes
  2. No data available at the time of writing




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  TABLE 3.5: WASTE TRANSFER DEPSOSITS AT OPEN GATE FACILITIES FOR THE SOUTH WEST REGION OF WALES IN 2000/01 (tonnes)

        Unitary Authority              No of sites                          Waste Category                           Total          % of
                                     reporting data2   Inert/C&D      Municipal     Commercial/       Special                     Regional
                                                                                      Industrial                                   Total
  Bridgend                                                   15,752        50,518             5,848              2       72,120     34%
  NPT                                                         9,529         1,197             3,449          3,145       17,320     8%
  Swansea                                                    30,074             87            1,749         21,299       53,209     25%
  Ceredigon                                                   3,709        33,116             9,592             90       46,507
  Carmarthenshire                                             8,548             -             1,308              -        9,856     5%
  Pembrokeshire                                                  37         7,425             5,108              -       12,570     6%
  South-West Wales Total                                     67,649        92,343            27,054         24,536      211,582    100%
  % change from 98/99                                         108%            -4%             -53%            89%            6%
  Wales Total                                               381,823       322,703           207,105         48,441      960,071
  % Total Wales 1                                              18%           29%               13%            51%          22%
  Notes
  1. % total for wastes to the nearest '000 tonnes
  2. No data available at time of writing




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  TABLE 3.6: WASTE INPUT TO CIVIC AMENITY SITES FOR THE SOUTH WEST REGION OF WALES IN 2000/01 (tonnes)

        Unitary Authority              No of sites                            Waste Category                              Total             % of
                                     reporting data2   Inert/C&D        Municipal     Commercial/        Special 1                        Regional
                                                                                        Industrial                                         Total
  Bridgend                                                      450             2746               138               22            3357     0%
  NPT                                                          2745            14747               726               45           18263     19%
  Swansea                                                                     44219                                   4        44223        46%
  Carmarthenshire                                                  88         18570                73                 1        18732        28%
  Ceredigion                                                                   1656                                             1656        0%
  Pembrokeshire                                                3465           18256               1392               64        23177        7%
  South-West Wales Total                                      6,748         100,195             2,329              137       109,409       100%
  % change from 98/99                                         147%             97%       no 98/99 data           226%          104%
  Wales Total                                                17,959         170,271             6,500            1,851       237,000
                1
  % Total Wales                                                38%             59%                36%               7%          46%
  Notes
  1. % total for wastes to the nearest '000 tonnes




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               TABLE 3.7 WASTE DEPOSITED AT LICENSED LANDFILLS FOR THE SOUTH WEST REGION OF WALES 2000/01 (tonnes)

                                                  Waste Disposed to Open Gate Licensed Landfills 2000/01 (tonnes)                                    % of
                               Description                   No of Sites                              Waste Category                               Regional
                                                           Reporting Data Inert/C&D       Municipal Commercial/I           Special     Total        Total
                                                                                                           ndustrial
               Ceredigion                                                           6,576           -              -            -         6,576     1%
               Swansea                                                            126,894       108,994         20,150          131     256,169     29%
               Neath/Port Talbot                                                   31,751       121,726         60,748       51,044     265,268     30%
               Bridgend                                                            70,046        15,719         30,892           39     116,696     13%
               Pembrokeshire                                                       28,856        64,601         12,123          343     105,923     12%
               Carmarthenshire                                                      5,921        69,895         17,960       11,009     104,785     12%

               South-West Wales Total                                              271,344      380,935          158,292      62,566     873,136    100%
               % change from 98/99                                                    14%          -17%            -22%        -15%        -10%
               % deposits within Region                                          31%          44%              18%           7%        100%
               %deposits for all Wales                                           23%          27%              16%          27%         23%
                                                Waste Disposed to Restricted user Licensed Landfills 2000/01 (tonnes)                                % of
               Description                                   No of Sites                                Waste Category                             Regional
                                                           Reporting Data Inert/C&D         Municipal Commercial/I         Special     Total        Total
                                                                                                            ndustrial
               Ceredigion                                                              -             -               -          -           -        0%
               Swansea                                                                185            -               -          -           185      0%
               Neath/Port Talbot                                                   29,313            -          176,274       2,521     431,695     100%
               Bridgend                                                                -             -               -          -           -        0%
               Pembrokeshire                                                           -             -               -          -           -        0%
               Carmarthenshire                                                          96           -               -          -           -        0%

               South-West Wales Total                                               29,594           -          176,274       2,521      208,389    100%
               % change from 98/99                                              16160%                        -59%             51%          -52%
               % deposits within Region                                           14%            0%            85%           1%         100%
               %deposits for all Wales                                            0%             0%            71%          56%          66%
               TOTAL FOR REGION (all landfill)                                     300,938       380,935        334,566      65,087    1,081,525
               % TOTAL FOR ALL WALES                                              25%           27%            21%          27%          24%
              Notes:
              Source: Environment Agency 2002



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    TABLE 3.8 CAPACITY OF WASTE TREATMENT FACILITIES IN SOUTH WEST WALES IN 2000/01

                                                          Capacity of Treatment Facility Types ('000 tonnes)
                                                                                                             Metal
        UA                                                                                                 Recycling:                         TOTAL
                                                                     Material        Metal Recycling:       Vehicle                Physico-
                   Biological        Chemical   Incineration         Recycling       Various Metals        Dismantler   Physical   Chemical
      Bridgend                                      0.05                                    30                            25        98.198    153.248
     Carmarthen        > 75                                                                  5                 5         > 75                  > 160
     Ceredigion                                                                                                5                                 5
        NPT            25                                                                  > 195               5                               > 225
   Pembrokeshire      > 110                                                                 > 75                                               > 185
      Swansea                                                                               10                 45         > 75                 > 130
      TOTAL           > 210               0        0.05                  0                 > 315               60        > 175      98.198    > 858.3
    Notes
    1. Based on Environment Agency Data 2002




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                        TABLE 3.9a: REMAINING CAPACITY (in m3) OF LICENSED OPEN GATE LANDFILLS IN SOUTH WEST WALES (as @ 2000/01)

                                 Unitary Authority                                            Site Type                       Total Capacity    % of Regional
                                                             No of Sites       Inert          Non inert      Co-disposal                            Total
                                                          reporting capacity
                        Bridgend                                                                                                            -       0%
                        Carmathenshire                                             41,000                        2,700,000          2,741,000       31%
                        Ceredigion                                                 37,000                                -             37,000       0%
                        Neath Port Talbot                                                                        2,125,000          2,125,000       24%
                        Pembrokeshire                                           2,110,000                          270,000          2,380,000       27%
                        Swansea                                                                  1,500,000               -          1,500,000       17%
                        South-West Wales Total
                                                                                2,188,000        1,500,000       5,095,000          8,783,000      100%
                        % change from 98/99                                           -5%             -70%          2298%                 17%
                        Notes:
                        1. % total for wastes to the nearest '000 tonnes
                        2. Source: Environment Agency Data 2000/01

                        TABLE 3.9b: REMAINING CAPACITY (in m3) OF LICENSED OPEN GATE LANDFILLS IN SOUTH WEST WALES (as @ 31 March 99)

                                 Unitary Authority                                          Waste Category                    Total Capacity    % of Regional
                                                             No of Sites       Inert             HCI         Co-Disposal                            Total
                                                          reporting capacity
                        Bridgend                                  1                                                 200,000           200,000       3%
                        Carmarthenshire                           3                81,800                                              81,800       1%
                        Ceredigion                                1                12,500                                              12,500       0%
                        Neath/Port Talbot                         2             2,200,000          700,000           12,500         2,912,500       39%
                        Pembrokeshire                             2                20,000        2,779,192                          2,799,192       37%
                        Swansea                                   3                              1,529,000                          1,529,000       20%
                        South-West Wales Total                    12            2,314,300        5,008,192         212,500          7,534,992      100%
                        Wales Total                                             3,693,000       16,576,000      17,218,000         37,487,000
                        % Total Wales 1                                               63%              30%              1%                20%
                        Notes:
                        1. % total for wastes to the nearest '000 tonnes
                        2. Source: Modified from SWMA Wales 2000




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                        TABLE 3.10a: REMAINING CAPACITY (in m3) OF LICENSED RESTRICTED USER LANDFILLS IN SOUTH WEST WALES (as @ 2000/01)

                                 Unitary Authority           No of Sites       Total Capacity
                                                          reporting capacity
                        Bridgend
                        Carmathenshire
                        Ceredigion
                        Neath Port Talbot                                            3,233,500
                        Pembrokeshire
                        Swansea
                        South-West Wales Total                                       3,233,500
                        % Total Wales 1                                            49%
                        Notes:
                        1. % total for wastes to the nearest '000 tonnes
                        Source: Environment Agency Data 2000/01



                        TABLE 3.10b: REMAINING CAPACITY (in m3) OF LICENSED RESTRICTED USER LANDFILLS IN SOUTH WEST WALES (as @ 31 March 99)

                                 Unitary Authority           No of Sites       Total Capacity
                                                          reporting capacity
                        Bridgend
                        Carmathenshire
                        Ceredigion
                        Neath Port Talbot                           2              11,181,111
                        Pembrokeshire
                        Swansea
                        South-West Wales Total                      2               11,181,111
                        % Total Wales 1                                            74%
                        Notes:
                        Source: Modified from SWMA Wales 2000
                        1. % total for wastes to the nearest '000 tonnes




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  TABLE 3.11: VOIDSPACE, DEPOSITS AND REMAINING CAPACITY AT OPEN GATE LANDFILL SITES LICENSED FOR BIODEGRADABLE WASTE IN SOUTH
                           1,2
  WEST WALES (AS @ 2000/01)

         Unitary Authority           Voidspace at               Capacity 2000-2001                          Inputs 2000-2001                Life expectancy in
                                   01/04/01(in 000's                                                                                              Years
                                     cubic metres)          cap/cover             waste2                 all            biodegradable
  Bridgend                                                                                                 110,043              48,124
  Carmarthenshire                          2,700,000                                1,620,000              100,341              88,899            21.9
  Ceredigion
  Neath Port Talbot                        2,125,000                                1,275,000              262,124              188,678            8.1
  Pembrokshire                               270,000                                  162,000               83,387               77,170            2.5
  Swansea                                  1,500,000                                  900,000              205,749              129,144            8.4

  South-West Wales Total                   3,895,000                  -             3,895,000                613,010              548,434          8.7
  % Total Wales                           12%                                      12%                   15%                  15%
  Notes:
  1. Source: Environment Agency Data 2000/01
  2. Life expectancy calculations do not consider throughput at restricted user landfill sites as these are assumed to be self-sufficient
  3. Assumes average density of 0.6tonne/m3




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 TABLE 3.12: PROPOSED FACILITIES IDENTIFIED BY EACH AUTHORITY WITHIN THE SOUTH WEST WALES REGION

 Unitary           Facility Name                Operator                Facility type          Waste   Capacity                     Estimated    Planning status       Location
 Authority                                                                                     Types                                Life (Years)
 Bridgend          CA sites                     not known yet           3* CA sites            MSW and 12,000 tonnes                25 years     aplications submitted Maesteg, OgmoreVale, Brynmenyn
                                                                                               trade

                   Crymlin Burrows Recovery     HLC                     Integrated facility    MSW and 216,000 domestic and trade   25 years     Planning granted -   -
                   and Energy Centre (HLC)                              comprising             trade   43,000 tonnes MSW                         Phase 1 = 166,000t/a
                                                                        recycling,                                                               & Phase 2 =
                                                                        composting and                                                           260,000t/a of MSW
                                                                        EfW
 Neath Port Talbot Crymlin Burrows Recovery     HLC                     Integrated facility    MSW and 216,000 domestic and trade   25 years     Planning granted -   -
                   and Energy Centre (HLC)                              comprising             trade   43,000 tonnes MSW                         Phase 1 = 166,000t/a
                                                                        recycling,                                                               & Phase 2 =
                                                                        composting and                                                           260,000t/a of MSW
                                                                        EfW
                   Gem Recycling, Port Talbot   -                       -                      -         Closed but could restart   -            -                    -

 Swansea           No facilities planned        -                       -                      -         -                          -            -                    -

 Carmarthenshire   Cillefwr                     Cwm Environmental Ltd   MRF/Bulking            MSW       Approx. 20,000t/a                       No planning granted Carmarthen
                                                                        Station                                                                  proposal only at this
                                                                                                                                                 stage
                   3 CA Sites                   Cwm Environmental Ltd   CA Sites               MSW       Approx. 3,000ta each                    No planning granted St Clairs, Newcastle Emlyn, Llandovery
                                                                                                                                                 proposal only at this
                                                                                                                                                 stage
 Ceredigion        No response at the time of
                   writing

 Pembrokeshire     Withyhedge Landfill Site     -                       Landfill gas           -         2.5MW                      -            granted April 2000   SM 974 215
                                                                        utilisation facility                                                     (not Commenced)
                   Withyhedge Landfill Site     -                       Inert waste            -         2ha                        -            granted February     SM 971 213 at Withyhedge Landfill
                                                                        recycling centre                                                         1998 (about to       site, Rudbaxton, Haverfordwest
                                                                                                                                                 Commenced)
                   Johnston MRF                 tbc                     MRF/Bulky waste        MSW +     10,000 t/a                              scheme at            Johnston (nr Havordwest)
                                                                        recycling              bulky                                             preliminary stage
                                                                                               waste




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: SWANSEA
MSW ARISINGS

   Authority Name                                        Swansea
   Population                                             229,500

   Number of households                                   101,118

   Number of commercial premises                           6,076




                                                         2001/2002          % Change on
   Waste Type
                                                        (Tonnage)          Previous Year
   Collected Domestic Refuse                             62098.00                  -2.7
   Collected Commercial Refuse                           13992.00                  -9.5
   Civic Amenity Waste                                   28878.00                  14.7
   Community Skip Waste                                    0.00                    0.0
   Bulky Household Waste                                  547.00                   NK
   Street Cleansing Waste                                 6034.00                  16.1
   Gulley Emptyings                          Included within Street Cleansing      n/a
   Highway Waste                                         18067.00                  NK
   Building Wastes                                      see abouve                 n/a
   Grounds Waste                                        Not recorded               n/a
   Recyclables (Bring & Collected Kerbside)               6170.00                  19.4
   Green Waste - Other                                    6351.00                  19.6
   Wastes (Please Describe)                      151.00 (beach cleaning)           -7.9
   TOTAL                                                124070.00


Changes in Total Municipal Waste Arisings
Please indicate the percentage change in total quantities over the last 3 years.

   Year                                           Percentage Change
   1998/99 to 1999/2000                                     7.1
   1999/2000 to 2000/2001                                   3.2
   2000/2001 to 2001/2002                                   3.3




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: CEREDIGION
MSW ARISINGS

   Authority Name                                      Ceredigion
   Population                                            70,700
   Number of households                                  31,000
   Number of commercial premises                         3,210



                                                       2001/2002            % Change on
   Waste Type
                                                       (Tonnage)           Previous Year
   Collected Domestic Refuse                             21888
   Collected Commercial Refuse                         inc. above
   Civic Amenity Waste                                   6000
   Community Skip Waste                                    0
   Bulky Household Waste                                   0
   Street Cleansing Waste                                 792
   Gulley Emptyings                                        0
   Highway Waste                                           0
   Building Wastes                                         0
   Grounds Waste                                           0
   Recyclables (Bring & Kerbside)                        5674
   Green Waste - Other                                    425
   Wastes (please describe)                                0
   TOTAL (note: not sum of above)                        34,779



Changes in Total Municipal Waste Arisings
Please indicate the percentage change in total quantities over the last 3 years.

   Year                                          Percentage Change
   1998/99 to 1999/2000
   1999/2000 to 2000/2001
   2000/2001 to 2001/2002




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: NEATH PORT TALBOT
MSW ARISINGS

   Authority Name                                 Neath Port Talbot
   Population                                            137,954
   Number of households                                  61,287
                                                                           (properties with
   Number of commercial premises                          1,061            collection contracts
                                                                           with NPT)
   (total of 3,673 commercial properties in NPT)

                                                      2001/2002               % Change on
   Waste Type
                                                      (Tonnage)               Previous Year
   Collected Domestic Refuse                             51,043                         + 1.11%
   Collected Commercial Refuse                            2,535                         + 2.63%
   Civic Amenity Waste                                   16,204                        + 15.94%
   Community Skip Waste                      included in domestic refuse
   Bulky Household Waste                     included in domestic refuse
   Street Cleansing Waste                                 3,668                        - 10.80%
   Gulley Emptyings                                       683                          - 17.51%
   Highway Waste                                          6980                         + 15.08%
   Building Wastes                                        1,977                          - 4.95%
   Grounds Waste                                          469                          - 24.60%
   Recyclables (Bring & Collected Kerbside)               1,981                          - 2.37%
   Green Waste - Other cleansing *                        4,815                        + 27.48%
   Wastes - Abandoned Vehicles                     no data available
   TOTAL                                                 90,355                         + 4.51%
   * not Green waste

Changes in Total Municipal Waste Arisings
Please indicate the percentage change in total quantities over the last 3 years.

   Year                                          Percentage Change
   1998/99 to 1999/2000                                  + 5.21%
   1999/2000 to 2000/2001                                + 3.68%
   2000/2001 to 2001/2002                                + 4.22%




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: PEMBROKESHIRE
MSW ARISINGS

   Authority Name                                      Pembrokeshire
   Population                                                114,700
   Number of households                                      55,175
   Number of commercial premises                       5245 premises 1563 with Waste Agreements




                                                         2001/2002         % Change on
   Waste Type
                                                         (Tonnage)         Previous Year
   Collected Domestic Refuse                                 34329.5             2.52
   Collected Commercial Refuse                               5041.35             3.35
   Civic Amenity Waste                                    17001.53               6.24
   Community Skip Waste                                        0                 0.00
   Bulky Household Waste                                     618.76             12.45
   Street Cleansing Waste                                    3655.19            -20.39
   Gulley Emptyings                                           NA                 NA
   Highway Waste
   Building Wastes
   Public Service Containers - Street Cleansing )            1178.99            11.51
   Public Service Containers - Rapid Response )               25.49              NR
   Public Service Containers - Grounds/Parks )                29.03              NR
   Public Service Containers - Beaches          )             66.77              NR
   Recyclables (Bring)                                       5469.32            19.47
   Recyclables INERT Waste                                   1262.5             23.29
   Green Waste                                               5624.87            140.29
   Wastes (please describe) Abandoned Vehicle's               723               48.46
   Wastes(please describe) Clinical                            2.7              23.85
   Wastes(please describe) Flytipping                        154.77             -3.64
   Wastes(please describe) Asbestos                           3.54
   TOTAL                                                  75187.31               8.55
Changes in Total Municipal Waste Arisings
Please indicate the percentage change in total quantities over the last 3 years.

   Year                                             Percentage Change           57118.45

   1998/99 to 1999/2000                                       6.45              60804.35

   1999/2000 to 2000/2001                                     13.91             69265.27

   2000/2001 to 2001/2002                                     8.55              75187.31




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: CARMARTHENSHIRE
MSW ARISINGS

   Authority Name                                 Carmarthenshire
   Population                                           169,100
   Number of households                                 77,802
   Number of commercial premises                         6,222



                                                       2001/2002            % Change on
   Waste Type
                                                       (Tonnage)           Previous Year
   Collected Domestic Refuse                            53,142
   Collected Commercial Refuse                           9,158
   Civic Amenity Waste                                  11,258
   Community Skip Waste                                  1,345
   Bulky Household Waste                                 1,500
   Street Cleansing Waste                                1,800
   Gulley Emptyings                                       827
   Highway Waste                                         1,500
   Building Wastes                                       1,594
   Grounds Waste                                           0
   Recyclables (Bring & Collected Kerbside)              7,524
   Green Waste - Other                                   2364
   Wastes (please describe)
   TOTAL                                                92,012



Changes in Total Municipal Waste Arisings
Please indicate the percentage change in total quantities over the last 3 years.

   Year                                          Percentage Change
   1998/99 to 1999/2000                                  1.80%
   1999/2000 to 2000/2001                                3.45%
   2000/2001 to 2001/2002                                2.18%




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: BRIDGEND
MSW ARISINGS

   Authority Name                                    Bridgend
   Population                                         131,600
   Number of households                                  57,034
   Number of commercial premises                         3,200



                                                     2001/2002              % Change on
   Waste Type
                                                     (Tonnage)              Previous Year
   Collected Domestic Refuse                           39,657
   Collected Commercial Refuse                           4,654
   Civic Amenity Waste                                 12,303
   Community Skip Waste                                    0
   Bulky Household Waste                                 1,493
   Street Cleansing Waste)                               2,370
   Gulley Emptyings)                                       0
   Highway Waste                                          735
   Building Wastes                                         0
   Grounds Waste                                           0
   Recyclables (Bring & Collected Kerbside)              5,376
   Green Waste - Other                                   1,972
   Wastes (please describe)                                0
   TOTAL                                                 68,560



Changes in Total Municipal Waste Arisings
Please indicate the percentage change in total quantities over the last 3 years.

   Year                                         Percentage Change
   1998/99 to 1999/2000
   1999/2000 to 2000/2001
   2000/2001 to 2001/2002




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: CEREDIGION
RECYCLING / RE-USE


                                                2001/2002 Tonnage      % Change on    Reprocessing /
   Material Type
                                                           Collected
                                              Bring                    Previous Year Sale Destination
                                                           Kerbside
   Glass                                      1,811.0
   Cans                                        34.0
   Plastics                                     0.0
   Paper (inc. mags & junk mail)              2,273.0
   Textiles / shoes                            70.0
   Oil                                          0.0
   Batteries                                   44.0
   Furniture                                   132.0
   Hardcore                                     0.0
   Cardboard                                   707.0
   White Goods                                 601.0
   Scrap Metal                               inc. above
   Green waste (exc. home composting           425.0
   Abandoned vehicles                           0.0
   Other (please describe)                      0.0
   TOTAL                                      6,097.0




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: NEATH PORT TALBOT
RECYCLING / RE-USE


                                                      2001/2002 Tonnage          % Change on                 Reprocessing /
   Material Type
                                                                   Collected
                                                     Bring                       Previous Year              Sale Destination
                                                                   Kerbside
   Glass                                              244            268            + 3.23%                    British Glass
   Cans                                                15               0           - 59.46%                        Corus
   Plastics (did not recycle plastic in 01/02)          0               0                0
   Paper (inc. mags & junk mail)                      315              88           - 30.76%              Biffa Waste Services
   Textiles / shoes                                    95               0          + 13.10%      Oxfam, British Heart Foundation, Salvation Army

   Oil                                                 20               0          + 33.33%             Orcol Oil (OSS Group)
   Batteries                                           48               0          + 14.29%                   G+P Batteries
   Furniture                                            0               0                0
   Hardcore                                             0               0                0
   Cardboard                                            0               0                0
   White Goods                                          0               0                0
   Scrap Metal                                        860               0          + 19.78%                Simsmetal or Corus
   Green waste (exc. home composting                    0               0                0
   Abandoned vehicles                                   0               0                0
   Other (fridges and LPG cylinders)                   28               0                *
   TOTAL                                              1,625           356
                                                 * information not available for 00/01




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: PEMBROKESHIRE
RECYCLING / RE-USE
                                              2001/2002 Tonnage        % Change on               Reprocessing /
   Material Type
                                                             Collected
                                              Bring                    Previous Year            Sale Destination
                                                             Kerbside
                                                                                       Previously to Glass Recycling UK
   Glass                                     1192.59           0.00        7.71        Ltd, Barnsley. Now to Conway
                                                                                       Concrete Newport
   Cans                                       56.75            0.00       -21.37       Corus Steel, Llanelli

   Plastics                                    0.00            0.00        0.00
   Paper (inc. mags & junk mail)             1533.51           0.00       20.84        Biffa/Shanks Waste Solutions
   Textiles / shoes                           100.71           0.00       -15.66       Salvation Army/Oxfam

   Oil                                        39.86            0.00       122.93       Action Smart. Bridgend
   Batteries                                  92.45            0.00        59.40       G&P Batteries Wolverhampton
                                                                                       FRAME - organisation recycling
   Furniture                                  277.00           0.00        35.96       furniture
                                                                                       Previously to Popehill, Johnston,
   Hardcore                                  1262.50           0.00        23.29       Haverfordwest. Now to RML
                                                                                       Withyhedge, Haverfordwest
   Cardboard                                  0.00             0.00         0.00
   White Goods                               509.56            0.00        11.29       Haven Autobreakers
   Fridges/Freezers                           82.73            0.00         0.00       Shanks Waste Solutions
   Scrap Metal                               1577.91           0.00        24.33       Haven Autobreakers
                                                                                       Shredded, held pending centralised
   Green waste (exc. home composting         5624.87           0.00       140.29       composting
   Abandoned vehicles                         723.00           0.00        48.46       Haven Autobreakers
   Other (please describe) Xmas Cards          3.80            0.00        18.75       Woodland Trust, Grantham
   Other (please describe) Books               2.21            0.00        0.00        Oxfam
                                                                                       Previously to Charles Goldsworthy,
   Other (please describe) CFCs                0.24            0.00       380.00       Kilgetty. Now to Shanks Waste
                                                                                       Solutions
   TOTAL                                     13079.69          0.00        55.17




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: SWANSEA
RECYCLING / RE-USE


                                                          2001/2002 Tonnage                           R
                                                                                         Change 2000/01 eprocessing /
                                                                                   % 2000/01
   Material Type
                                                                     Collected
                                                         Bring                      Bring Kerbside Sale Destination
                                                                     Kerbside
   Glass                                               1162            236.0         19.9       61.6
                                    Mixed/green to Conway Products, clear and brown from bring sites to Midlands Recycling
   Cans                                                   58             22.0          0            AMG
                                                                                                  -31.8 Resources Llanelli
   Plastics                                                0              0.0          0            0                            0.00
   Paper (inc. mags & junk mail)                         1553            905.0        8.6    Bring 38.3
                                                                                                   sites Cheshire Recycling CA Aylesford

   Textiles / shoes                                       280            N/A          -9.6        N/A                    Salvation Army

   Oil                                                    25             N/A          4.3         N/A                Via LAWDc
   Batteries                             Included under scrap metal/white goods                                      Via LAWDc
   Furniture                                          Not Known
   Hardcore                                              N/A             N/A
   Cardboard                                              67             40.0Not Collected 2000/2001                       Via LAWDc

   White Goods                                           1785            N/A          47.5        N/A                      Via LAWDc

   Scrap Metal                                      Include in above                                                       Via LAWDc

   Green waste (exc. home composting                     6319            32.0           Not
                                                                                      22.4 collected 2000/01               Via LAWDc

   Abandoned vehicles                                Not Available
   Other (please describe) BooksXmas /Cards               23             N/A          53.3        N/A                Via LAWDc
   2 CA sites recycling (all Materials) onnages included under Bring Column
                                      T
   TOTAL                                                11,272          1235.0       22.90        48.8




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MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: CARMARTHENSHIRE
RECYCLING / RE-USE


                                             2001/2002 Tonnage      % Change on     Reprocessing /
   Material Type
                                                        Collected
                                             Bring                  Previous Year   Sale Destination
                                                        Kerbside
   Glass                                     119
   Cans                                       77
   Plastics                                   0
   Paper (inc. mags & junk mail)             1,421
   Textiles / shoes                          117
   Oil                                        20
   Batteries                                  46
   Furniture                                  0
   Hardcore                                  2,949
   Cardboard                                 118
   White Goods                                0
   Scrap Metal                               1,060
   Green waste (exc. home composting         2,349
   Abandoned vehicles
   Other (please describe) (Books)            90
   TOTAL                                     8,366




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SOUTH WEST WALES TAN GROUP
MUNICIPAL WASTE DATA 2001/2002: BRIDGEND
RECYCLING / RE-USE


                                             2001/2002 Tonnage      % Change on     Reprocessing /
   Material Type
                                                        Collected
                                             Bring                  Previous Year   Sale Destination
                                                        Kerbside
   Glass                                     693
   Cans                                       0
   Plastics                                   0
   Paper (inc. mags & junk mail)             2,669
   Textiles / shoes                          207
   Oil                                        14
   Batteries                                  21
   Furniture                                  0
   Hardcore                                  1,118
   Cardboard                                  0
   White Goods                                0
   Scrap Metal                               625
   Green waste (exc. home composting         1,972
   Abandoned vehicles                        534
   Other (please describe) (Books)            0
   TOTAL                                     7,852




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      APPENDIX B




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Appendix B - Operational Waste Management Facilities in South West Wales

                                        Type                                            Name                                LIC_SITE                                                                    Address
A7 - Industrial Waste Landfill (Factory curtilage)                         I N C O Europe Ltd               I N C O Nickel                               Glais Road, Clydach, Swansea, SA6 5QR
A8 - Lagoon                                                                Timet U K Ltd                    Timet Lagoon (formerly I M I Titanium        Waunarlwydd, Swansea, SA1 1XD
A7 - Industrial Waste Landfill (Factory curtilage)                         Timet U K Ltd                    Timet Landfill (formerly I M I Titanium      Titanium Plant, Waunarlwydd, Swansea, SA1 1XD
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                                        Caerleon Treatments Ltd          Kings Dock Transfer Station                  Kings Dock, Swansea, SA1 8QU
A17 - Physico-Chemical Treatment Facility                                  Caerleon Ltd                     Cuba Buildings                               Queens Dock, Swansea, SA1 9XX
A12 - Clinical Waste Transfer Station                                      Swansea N H S Trust              Singleton Hospital Clinical Waste Transfer   Singleton Hospital, Sketty, Swansea, SA2 8QA
A2 - Other Landfill Site taking Special Waste                              Swansea Waste Disposal Co        Tir John Landfill                            Fabian Way, Port Tennant, Swansea, SA7 9XT
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Brisco Waste Disposal Ltd        Brisco Waste Disposal Ltd                    89 Ystrad Road, Fforestfach, Swansea, SA5 4BU
A16 - Physical Treatment Facility                                          Swansea Waste Disposal Co        Swansea Baling Plant Enteprise Zone          Ferryboat Close, Swansea Enterprise, Swansea, SA6 8QN
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                                        City And County Of Swansea       Asbestos Store                               Building Services, Station Road, Clydach, Swansea, SA4 1TL
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)                            Jones Davies          Brian      Foreshore Car Dismantlers                    8 Ferryboat Close, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 8QN
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                   Shaddick            Clive John   Celtic Recycling                             The Yard, Pontyglasdwr Road, Hafod, Swansea, SA1 2AD
A15 - Material Recycling Treatment Facility                                Mr B Shaddick & Ronald           Mansel Metals                                399 Pentregethin Road, Cwmbwrla, Swansea, SA5 8AZ
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                   Lucas & Sullivan ( M & R         Lucas & Sullivan ( M & R Commercials )       Unit 5, Swansea Enterprise Zone, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 8QN
A7 - Industrial Waste Landfill (Factory curtilage)                         Alcoa Manufacturing G B Ltd      Alcoa Manuafacturing G B Ltd                 P O Box 68 , Waunarlwydd, Swansea, SA1 1XH
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                   Lorey              A             Aubrey Metals                                8 Ferryboat Close, Swansea Enterprise Zone, Swansea, SA6 8QN
A10 - In-House Storage Facility                                            3 M United Kingdom Plc           3 M U K Special Waste Store                  Gorseinon Road, Penllergaer, Swansea, SA4 1GD
A6 - Landfill taking other wastes                                          B J Land Holdings                Penplas Farm                                 Llangyfelach, Swansea
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Celtic Extraction Ltd            Gwenlais Fawr Farm                           Gwenlais Road, Pontardduais, Swansea, SA4 1DN
A4 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Landfill                     Legislator 1171 Limited          Cwmrhydyceirw Quarry                         Vicarage Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 6ND
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)                            Dudley & Swansea Metals Co       Dudley & Swansea Metals                      Cwmdu Industrial Estate, Carmarthen Road, Swansea, SA5 8JF
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Burder             Neil          Llwyndu                                      219 Pentre Road, Grovesend, Swansea, SA4 1DD
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Hole              Jeffrey        Matthews Skip Hire                           Old Aladdin Works, Lon Hir, Altwen, Pontardawe, Swansea, SA3 3DE
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Llewellyn           Bryn         Abergelli Fach Farm                          Abergelli Fach Farm, Felindre, Swansea, SA5 7NN
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)                            Powell             A             Kingsbridge Autosalvage                      Kingsbridge, Gorseinon, Swansea, SA4 9TD
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)                            Egan              M              Gorseinon Metals                             108 Cecil Road, Gorseinon, Swansea, SA4 4BY
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Swansea Waste Disposal Co        Tir John Civic Amenity Site                  Dinam Road, Bonymaen, Swansea, SA1 7HG
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Swansea City Waste Disposal      Killay Civic Amenity Site                    Gower Road, Killay, Swansea, SA2 7HE
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Swansea Waste Disposal Co        Swansea Baling Plant Civic Amenity Site      Ferryboat Close, Swansea Enterprise Zone, Swansea, SA6 8QN
A13 - Household Waste Amenity Site                                         Swansea Waste Disposal Co        Strand Civic Amenity Site                    The Strand, Swansea, SA1
A12 - Clinical Waste Transfer Station                                      Morriston Hospital N H S         Morriston Hospital                           Morriston Hospital, Heol Maes Eglwys, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 6NL
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Swansea Waste Disposal Ltd       Derwen Civic Amenity Site                    Ynys Newydd, Derwen Fawr, Swansea
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Swansea Waste Disposal Co        Penlan Civic Amenity Site                    Heol Gwyrosydd, Penlan, Swansea, SA8 4RP
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Swansea Waste Disposal Co        Garngoch Civic Amenity Site                  Garngoch Ind Est, Phoenix Way, Llansamlet, Swansea, SA7 9EH
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Llewellyn           William      Abergelli Fach Farm Landfill (extension)     Abergelli Fach Farm, Felindre, Swansea, SA5 7NN
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                   Evans              Selwyn        Unit 18 Crofty Industrial Estate             Unit 18 Crofty Industrial Estate, Penclawdd, Swansea
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                                        Associated British Ports         B Shed                                       Associated British Ports Harbour, Lockhead, Kings Dock, Swansea, SA1 1QR
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                                        Associated British Ports         G Shed                                       Associated British Ports Harbour, Kings Dock, Swansea, SA1 1QR
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                J L A Recycling Ltd              Bulky Waste Recycling Centre                 Tir Canol Landfill, Palleg Road, Ystradgynlais, Swansea


A23 - Biological Treatment Facility                                        Gulf Oil Refining Ltd         Gulf Oil Refinery Landfarm                      P O Box 22 , Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 1DR
A23 - Biological Treatment Facility                                        Elf Oil U K Ltd               Elf Oil Refinery Landfarm                       P O Box 10 , Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 1DR
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                                        Mansel Davies & Son Ltd       Glogue Quarry Transfer Station                  Nr Llanfyrnach, Crymych, Hermon, Pembrokeshire, SA36 0ED
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Pembrokeshire County Council Silver Stream                                    Freystrop, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 4HA
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Pembrokeshire County Council Court House Farm                                 Little Newcastle, Letterson, Pembrokehsire, SA62
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Mansel Davies & Son Ltd       Glogue Quarry Landfill                          Glogue Quarry, Crymych, Hermon, Pembrokeshire, SA36 0ED
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                Greenacre Waste Management LtdPrinces Gate                                    Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8TQ
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Lawrence D H & G L            Pope Hill 1                                     Halfway House, Johnston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3NX
A14 - Transfer Station taking Non-Biodegradable Wastes                     British Gas Plc               Lower Cambrian Place Transco                    Lower Cambrian Place, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TW
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Merriman            H D       Blaencilgoed Farm                               Blaencilgoed Farm, Ludchurch, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8LA
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Pembrokeshire County Council Yerbeston Farm                                   Maiden Wells, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Harris            IT          D E K Landfill                                  Ffyon Brodyr, Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire, SA66 7PL
A14 - Transfer Station taking Non-Biodegradable Wastes                     Dwr Cymru Welsh Water         Fishguard Road                                  Fishguard Road, Fishguard Road Ind Est, Withybush, Pembrokeshire, SA62 4EQ
A12 - Clinical Waste Transfer Station                                      Pembrokeshire N H S Trust     Withybush General Hospital                      Fishguard Road, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 2PZ
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                             Nicholas           Alan W     Slade Cross                                     Land At Slade Cross, Slade Cross, Cosheton, Pembrokeshire, SA72 4SX
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                                                           Heatherton
                                                                           Tenby Agricultural Waste Reclamation Ltd                                      Land At Heatherton Farm, St. Florence, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8LS
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                   Jones             George      Haven Autobreakers                              Unit 6 , Waterloo Ind Est, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 4RT




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                                     Type                                 Name                                LIC_SITE                                                            Address
A23 - Biological Treatment Facility                           Hyder Industrial Services      Welsh Water Industrial Services         Merlins Bridge, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1HN
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Young Bros Ltd                 Solbury Mountain                        Nr Tiers Cross, Ratford Bridge, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3SB
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Pembrokeshire County Council St. Florence Quarry                       Old Quarry, Nr St. Florence, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8NP
A13 - Household Waste Amenity Site                            Greenacre Waste Management Ltd Waterloo Civic Amenity                  Eastern Avenue, Waterloo Ind Est, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 4RT
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Greenacre Waste Management Ltd Tenby Civic Amenity Site                The Salterns, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 7NS
A23 - Biological Treatment Facility                           Texaco Ltd                     Texaco Landfarm                         Texaco Refinery, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5SJ
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                                               M
                                                              Lloyd-woods Howell G & Enid Wogaston                                   Wogaston Farm, Angle, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5AA
A4 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Landfill        Pembrokeshire County Council St. Davids Landfill                       Hendre Wen, St. Davids, Pembrokeshire
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Lawrence T & G                 Pope Hill 3                             Halfway House, Popehill, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3NX
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Greenacre Waste Management Ltd Slebech                                 Green Bower, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 4PD
A1 - Co-Disposal Landfill Site                                                               Ltd
                                                              Resources Management ( U K ) Withyhedge Landfill Site                  Bowlings Farm, Rudbaxton, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 4DB
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Hancock             P          Midway Farm                             Roch, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6AW
A13 - Household Waste Amenity Site                            Pembrokeshire County Council Hermon Civic Amenity Site                 Hermon Civic Amenity Site, Rhydian, Hermon, Near Crymych, Pembrokeshire, SA41 3QT
A13 - Household Waste Amenity Site                            Pembrokeshire County Council St Davids Civic Amenity Site              Near Hendre Farm, Fishguard Road, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
A13 - Household Waste Amenity Site                            Pembrokeshire County Council Manorowen Civic Amenity Site              Manorowen, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, SA65 9QE
A13 - Household Waste Amenity Site                            Pembrokeshire County Council Winsel Civic Amenity Site                 Old Hakin Road, Merlins Bridge, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3BT
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Lawrence D H & G L             Pope Hill 2                             Halfway House, Johnston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3NX
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Howells            Arthur      Cranham Farm                            Freystrop, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 2QA
A6 - Landfill taking other wastes                                                            Pet Cemetry Winsel Farm
                                                              Milford Haven & District Animal Welfare Committee                      Cinnamon Grove, Winsel Farm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3BT
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   L A S Waste Ltd                L A S Waste Transfer Station            Land At Unit A, Waterloo Ind Est, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 4RT
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Thomas              J          Alleston Farm                           Alleston Farm, Lower Lamphey Road, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5NJ
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                F H Gilman & Co                Trefloyne Farm                          Penally, Tenby, Pembrokeshire
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Campbell            Henry John Yetyrhug Inert Landfill                 Yetyrhug, Letterston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5TB
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Pembrokeshire County Council Carew Newton Quarry                       Cresselly, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0TP
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Pembrokeshire County Council Grove Depot                               Pembroke, Pembrokeshire
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                W J A Williams & Son           Inert Landfill                          Cheveralton Farm, Rhoscrowther, Angle, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5SU
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Pembrokeshire County Council Lower Hasguard Farm                       Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3DT
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Tony Morris & Son              Tregroes Moor                           Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, SA65
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   K & M Davies                   Transfer Station                        Plot 9, Waterston, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73

A7 - Industrial Waste Landfill (Factory curtilage)            Corus U K Ltd                  Morfa Tip                               Port Talbot Works, Port Talbot, SA13 2YS
A7 - Industrial Waste Landfill (Factory curtilage)            B P Chemicals Ltd              B P Chemicals Ltd                       Baglan Bay Works, Seaway Parade, Baglan Bay, Port Talbot, SA12 7BP
A7 - Industrial Waste Landfill (Factory curtilage)            B P Oil Ltd                    B P Oil Refinery Crymlyn Tip            Crymlyn Tip, Llandarcy, Swansea, SA10 6HJ
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      Fordpad Ltd                    Fordpad Scrap                           Foundry Works, D C Griffiths Way, Neath, SA11 1AU
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Gerald Davies Ltd              Gerald Davies Ltd                       Kenfig Ind Est, Margam, Port Talbot, SA13 2PE
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      C P Harvey Recycling Ltd       C P Harvey Plant Hire Ltd               Old Bypass Works, Cramic Way, Port Talbot, SA13 1RF
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      F E Crick & Sons               Aberclwyd Farm Crick Scrap              Aberclwyd Farm, Pentreclwydau, Resolven, Neath, SA11 4DU
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Leyshon            W J E       Pentwyn Farm                            Crymlyn Road, Skewen, Neath, SA10 6NL
A2 - Other Landfill Site taking Special Waste                 Neath Waste Management Co Ltd  Giants Grave Landfill                   The Saltings, Giants Grave Road, Briton Ferry, Neath, SA11 2LN
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Neath Waste Management Co Ltd. Giants Grave Civic Amenity Site         Giants Grave Road, Briton Ferry, Neath, SA11 2LN
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                                  Hire Ltd
                                                              Stephens Brothers Skip & Plant Stephens Brothers                       6 Canal Road, Neath, SA11 1LJ
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                                     Precious
                                                              Precious Metals Industries ( Wales ) Ltd Metals Industries Wales Ltd   Unit 1 Briton Ferry Industrial Estate, Briton Ferry, Neath, SA11 2HZ
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Gower Chemicals Ltd            Gower Chemicals Ltd                     Crymlyn Burrows, Swansea, SA1 8PT
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      Stillman          Kerry V      Stillman Brothers                       Dock Side Yard, Briton Ferry, Neath, SA11 2HZ
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                                     Gwent
                                                              Gwent Demolition & Construction Ltd Demolition & Construction Ltd      Margam, Port Talbot, SA4 2ER
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                                                     Sims
                                                              Sims Metal U K ( Services ) Limited Metals Ltd                         Neath Abbey Wharf, Skewen, Neath, SA10 0BL
A12 - Clinical Waste Transfer Station                         Glan Y Mor N H S Trust         Neath General Hospital                  Pant Yr Heol, Neath, SA11 2LQ
A23 - Biological Treatment Facility                           B P Oil Llandarcy Refinery Ltd B P Mobil Landfarm                      Llandarcy, Neath, SA10 6HJ
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)               Gillard           M P          M P Gillard Old Crown Works             Old Crown Works, Neath Abbey Wharf, Skewen, Neath, SA10 6BL
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Jem Recycling Ltd              Jem Recycling 2 Adjoining 1             Old Byass Works, Docks Road, Port Talbot, SA13 1ER




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                                     Type                                  Name                               LIC_SITE                                                              Address
A1 - Co-Disposal Landfill Site                                Shanks Waste Services Ltd       Pwllfawatkin Landfill                    Rhydyfro, Pontardawe, Swansea, SA8 4RX
A13 - Household Waste Amenity Site                            Shanks Waste Services Ltd       Pwllfawatkin Civic Amenity               Rhydyfro, Pontardawe, Swansea, SA8 4RX
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Greenacre Waste Management Ltd  Cymmer Civic Amenity                     Brytwn Road, Cymmer, Port Talbot, SA13 3EE
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Jem Recycling Ltd               Jem Recycyling 1 Phase 2                 Old Byass Works, Docks Road, Port Talbot, SA13 1ER
A15 - Material Recycling Treatment Facility                                                   Material
                                                              Neath Port Talbot Waste Management Recycling Facility                    Land At Giants Wharf, Briton Ferry, Neath, SA11 2LN
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Davies             Glenville    G Davies Skip Hire                       1 Brunel Industrial Estate, Cwmavon, Port Talbot, SA12 9DB
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Jem Recycling Ltd               Jem Recycling 1 Port Talbot Skips        Byass Works, Docks Road, Port Talbot, SA13 1ER
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                                                            ) Ltd
                                                              Briton Ferry ( Shipping ServicesBriton Ferry ( Shipping Services ) Ltd   Giants Wharf, Briton Ferry, Neath, SA11 2PL
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                                                           Asbestos
                                                              Cuddy Demolition And Dismantling Ltd Store                               Tank Farm Road, Llandarcy, Swansea, SA10 6EN

A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Powergen Plc                   Dinas Power Station                       Ponterwyd, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)               Lloyd - Jones       Barrie     Tanygroes Metal Recycling                 Tanygroes, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 2JP
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Davies             David RobertPenbanc Farm                              Llangybi, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8NH
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Ceredigion County Council      Penrhos Depot Landfill                    Croeslan, Llandysul, Ceredigion, SA44 4TE
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Cwm Environmental Ltd          Cilmaenllwyd Transfer Station             Penparc, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 1RB
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Rees             R             Penlanfawr Landfill                       Penffordd, Llanybydder, Ceredigion, SA40 9XG
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                I M P Developments             I M P Landfill                            Land Near Harbour, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                           L A S Waste Ltd                Lampeter Waste Transfer Station           Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   L A S Waste Ltd                Lampeter Civic Amenity Site               Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   C B Environmental Ltd          Glanyrafon Transfer Station               Glan Yr Afon Industrial Est, Aberystwyth, Cerdigion, SY23 3LQ
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                                  Nerys Mair Son
                                                              Elfed Evans, Janet Mary Evans, D I Evans &Evans, Lowri Mair Evans        Gwrthwynt, Beulah, Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion, SA38 9QE
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                           L A S Waste Ltd                L A S Waste Ltd                           Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                                  Nerys Mair Evans, Lowri Mair Evans
                                                              Elfed Evans, Janet Mary Evans, Rhydeinon Transfer Station                Civic Amenity Site, Rhydeinon, Llanarth, Ceredigion
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   C B Environmental Ltd          Glanyrafon Transfer Station               ( C A Site ), Glanyrafon Industrial Estate, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3LQ
A24 - Mobile Plant                                                                           Mobile
                                                              Sundorne Products ( Llanidloes ) Ltd O D S Recovery Plant                Plant Is Mobile

A6 - Landfill taking other wastes                             Munslow              W R        Abernant Landfill                        Heol Ddu, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2UH
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                                                W
                                                              Carmarthenshire County Council aunlwyd Farm                              Waunlwyd, Hermon, Cynwyl Elfed, Carmarthenshire, SA33 6SR
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                                                P
                                                              Carmarthenshire County Council enycoed Landfill                          Nantycaws, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8HD
A23 - Biological Treatment Facility                           Mekatek Ltd                     Mekatek Ltd                              Amex Park, Llansteffan Road, Johnstown, Carmarthenshire, SA31 3NF
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                                                W
                                                              Carmarthenshire County Council hite Mill Quarry                          White Mill, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 7EN
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Mr And Mrs C Jones              Duffryn Farm                             Duffryn Farm, Bynea, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9SN
A4 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Landfill        Organ              NJ           Pets At Rest                             Penrhiw Dilfa, Gwernogle, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 7SE
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Cwm Environmental Ltd           Trostre Civic Amenity Site               Trostre Ind Est, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9UU
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      Rees Metals Ltd                 Rees Metals                              Pencoed Works, Bellvue Road, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9LN
A7 - Industrial Waste Landfill (Factory curtilage)            Corus U K Ltd                   Trostre Works                            Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9SD
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)                                               J & A Metals
                                                              John Fredrick James & Mr Andrew James                                    Ty Llwyd, Thornhill Road, Cwmgwili, Nr Crosshands, Carmarthenshire, SA33 4JW
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Davies             John Alan Pibwrlwyd Inert Landfill                    Pibwrlwyd, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   S & E Engineering Ltd           Llwyn Fedwen 1                           Llwyn Fedwen Farm, Manordeilo, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, SA31 3BR
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                S & E Engineering Ltd           Llwyn Fedwen 2                           Llwyn Fedwen Farm, Manordeilo, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, SA19 7BW
A6 - Landfill taking other wastes                                                             L
                                                              Carmarthenshire County Council and Off Trostre Link Road                 Trostre, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Barrett            M A          Rock And Fountain Quarry                 Rock And Fountain Quarry, Cynwyl Road, Conwyl Elfed, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA33 6AR
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   M R J Phillips Waste Ltd        Wernddu Civic Amenity Site               Wernddu, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2UR
A12 - Clinical Waste Transfer Station                                                         W
                                                              Glangwili Hospital N H S Trust est Wales General Hospital                Dolgwili Road, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA31 2AF
A14 - Transfer Station taking Non-Biodegradable Wastes                                        P
                                                              Carmarthenshire County Council ryffyrdd Dyfed Highways Depot             Trostre Industrial Park, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA33 5HA
A4 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Landfill        Evermaster Ltd                  New Lodge Farm Landfill                  Cwmgwili, Crosshands, Carmarthenshire, SA14 7EW
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Evermaster Ltd                  New Lodge Farm Transfer Station          New Lodge Farm, Cwmgwilli, Crosshands, Carmarthenshire, SA14 7EW
A12 - Clinical Waste Transfer Station                         Llanelli / Dinefwr N H S Trust Prince Philip Hospital                    Prince Philip Hospital, Bryngwynmawr, Dafen, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 8QF
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Greenaway            John       New Lodge Farm Greenaway Landfill        New Lodge Farm, Wernddu, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA14 7EW
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                C A Blackwell ( Contracts ) Ltd Glyngwernen Quarry                       Felinfoel, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 8QA




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                                      Type                                Name                                LIC_SITE                                                                     Address
A4 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Landfill                                       N
                                                              Carmarthenshire County Council antycaws Landfill ( Phase 1 )                 Llanddarog Road, Nantycaws, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8BG
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Cwm Environmental Ltd          Nantycaws Civic Amenity Site                  Nantycaws Landfill Site, Llanddarog Road, Nantycaws, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8BG
A1 - Co-Disposal Landfill Site                                Cwm Environmental Ltd          Nantycaws Phase 2                             Nantycaws Landfill Site, Llanddarog Road, Nantycaws, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8BG
A23 - Biological Treatment Facility                           Hyder Industrial Ltd           Parc Y Splott                                 Llanstephan Road, Johnstown, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA33 5AA
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Samuel             W A         Taybrite Works                                Heol Y Bwlch, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9ST
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      John & Henry Davies            Nevilles Dock                                 Seaside, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 2NW
A14 - Transfer Station taking Non-Biodegradable Wastes        T. Richard Jones ( Betws ) Ltd Inert Transfer Station, T R J ( Betws ) Ltd   Betws Industrial Park, Foundry Road, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2LS
A9 - Special Waste Transfer Station                           Greenaway            John      New Lodge Farm Transfer Station               New Lodge Farm, Cwmgwili, Nr Crosshands, Carmarthenshire, SA14 7EW
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn                                  Transfer Station
                                                              Carmarthen Recycling And Environmental Services Ltd                          Plot 1, Cillefwr Industrial Estate, Johnstown, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA31 3RB
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Cwm Environmental Ltd          Trostre Civic Amenity / Transfer Station      Trostre Civic Amentiy Site, Trostre Road Industrial Estate, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   T. Richard Jones ( Betws ) Ltd T. Richard Jones ( Betws ) Ltd                Betws Industrial Park, Foundry Road, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2LS

A4 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Landfill        Wimpey Disposal Ltd            Stormy West                                   Pyle, Bridgend, CF32 0NP
A4 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Landfill        Davies Bros ( Waste ) Ltd      Tythegston Landfill                           Tythegston Quarry, Porthcawl, CF32 0NE
A18 - Incinerator                                             Jones             Simon        Pets In Peace                                 Cwmdu Canol Farm, Garth, Maesteg, Bridgend, CF34 0DG
A16 - Physical Treatment Facility                             Actionsmart Ltd                Actionsmart Ltd                               East Street, Bridgend Industrial Est, Bridgend, CF31 3SD
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Williams            David G Blaenogwr Farm                                   Blaenogwr Farm, Nantymoel, Bridgend, CF32 7SE
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Howells             W          Baiden Farm                                   Baiden Farm, Ffordd Y Gyfraith, Cefn Cribbwr, Bridgend, CF32 0BS
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Averill           E            Maes Y Werfa                                  Pant Hirwaun, Bryncethin, Bridgend, CF32 9YJ
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Bridgend County Borough CouncilStormy Farm                                   Kenfig Hill, Bridgend
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Morgan              D          Fford Y Gyfraith                              Tonddu, Bridgend, CF32 0BS
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Corrigan           William     Castle Meadow                                 Castle Meadow, Kenfig Industrial Estate, Bridgend, CF35 6DA
A12 - Clinical Waste Transfer Station                         Bridgend & District N H S TrustPrincess Of Wales Hospital                    Princess Of Wales Hospital, Coity Road, Bridgend, CF31 1YE
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Morgan Credit Ltd              Old Lynfi Power Station                       Lynfi Power Station, Bridgend
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Thomas              D          Croesty Farm                                  Coity, Bridgend, CF31 6BA
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      Broughshire Ltd                Broughshire Ltd                               9 A Litchard Ind Est, Brackla, Bridgend, CF31 2AL
A20 - Metal Recycling Site (mixed MRS's)                      Celtic Recycling Ltd           Celtic Recycling Ltd                          37 Village Farm Ind Est, Pyle, Bridgend, CF33 6BZ
A17 - Physico-Chemical Treatment Facility                     Hyder Industrial Services      Pencoed Sewage Treatment Works                Pencoed, Bridgend
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Nolan             James PatrickNolan Skips                                   39b Village Farm Industrial Estate, Pyle, Bridgend, CF33 6NU
A19 - Metal Recycling Site (vehicle dismantler)               Rossini            P V         P & J Auto Dismantlers                        North Road, Grove Court Ind Est, Bridgend, CF31 3TP
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   Ecovert Ltd                    Ecovert Transfer Station Stormy West          Pyle, Bridgend, CF32 0NP
A11 - Household, Commercial & Industrial Waste Transfer Stn   A C D Skips Ltd                A C D Skips Ltd                               Unit 42 Brynmenen Industrial Estate, Brynmenen, Bridgend, CF31 9SQ
A5 - Landfill taking Non-Biodegradeable Wastes                Stadden            DT          Bryncae Landfill                              Bryncae Landfill, Old Llanharry Road, Bryncae, Llanharran, CF7 9FN
A17 - Physico-Chemical Treatment Facility                                                    Heat
                                                              Eurocare Environmental Services Ltd Disinfection Unit                        Plot 28, Aneurin Bevan Avenue, Brynmenyn Industrial Esta, Bridgend, CF32 9TD




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Appendix B - Exempt Waste Management Facilities in South West Wales

                 ActName                                                            ActAddLong                                                ActDist                                 ParaDescripter
Carmarthenshire Environmental Resources      Composting Facilty, Nantycaws Landfill Site, Nantycaws, Carmarthenshire              Carmarthenshire County   12(1) - Composting of biodegradable waste
The National Trust                           Walled Gardens, Llanerchaeron, Ciliau Aeron, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8DG          Ceredigion               12(1) - Composting of biodegradable waste
National Trust                               Stackpole For Schools, Old Home Farm, Stackpole, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, SA71 5DQ   Pembrokeshire County     12(2) - Storage of biodegradable waste for composting
Rebvec Gardens W2                            Land On Devonshire Drive, Tenby                                                      Pembrokeshire County     12(1) - Composting of biodegradable waste
Trevor Sharples                              Cwm Cartref, Llanafan, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 4BJ                             Ceredigion               12(1) - Composting of biodegradable waste
Vital Earth System Ltd                       East Hook Farm, Portfield Gate, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire                         Pembrokeshire County     12(1) - Composting of biodegradable waste
Vital Earth Systems Ltd                      Nantymedd, Llanfair Clydogau, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8JZ                         Ceredigion               12(1) - Composting of biodegradable waste
Vital Earth Systems Ltd                      Nantymedd, Llanfair Clydogau, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8JZ                         Ceredigion               12(2) - Storage of biodegradable waste for composting
Vital Earth System Ltd                       East Hook Farm, Portfield Gate, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire                         Pembrokeshire County     12(1) - Composting of biodegradable waste




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Appendix B - Exempt Waste Management Facilities in South West Wales

               ActName                                                   ActAddLong                                          ActDist                                         ParaDescripter
ADAS                                   Bryncoch Farm, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire                                Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Bank Farm, Scurlage Castle, Scurlage                                     City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Burry Dairy Farm, Reynoldston, Gower                                     City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Plas Farm, Llansaint, Nr Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire                       Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Bryncyrnau Uchaf Farm, Cwmffrwd                                          Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Treforris Fawr Farm, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire                          Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Capel Farm, Bancyfelin, Carmarthenshire                                  Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Pengay Farm, Ferryside, Carmarthenshire                                  Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Posty Uchaf Farm, Abernant, Carmarthenshire                              Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Trafelyrych Farm, Meidrim, Carmarthenshire                               Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Brooklyn Farm, Pembrey, Carmarthenshire                                  Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
J Evans & Sons                         Marcross Farm, Llantwit Major, Vale Of Glam                              Bridgend County Borough         7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   D Reed And Son, New Mill Farm, Wick, Vale Of Glam                        Bridgend County Borough         7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   The Grange, Wick, Vale Of Glam                                           Bridgend County Borough         7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Cwmbychan Farm, Ferryside, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire                   Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Penallt Farm, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire                                  Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Abergelli Farm, Felindre, Swansea                                        City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Foelcwm Farm, Henfwlch Road, Carmarthenshire                             Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Burry Dairy Farm, Burry, Reynoldston, Gower, Swansea                     City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Penyfoddau Fawr Farm, Gorseinon, Swansea                                 City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Hendre Fawr Farm, Hirwaun, Aberdare                                      Bridgend County Borough         7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Tanylan Farm, Kidwelly                                                   Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Cardigan Abattoir Ltd                  Dolpwll, Boncath, SA37 0JS                                               Ceredigion                      7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Cardigan Abatoir Limited               Bailey Farm, Llandygwydd, Cardigan, Ceredigion, SA43 2QX                 Ceredigion                      7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
England Environmental                  Tirmynydd Farm, Birchgrove, Swansea                                      City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
England Environmental (northern) Ltd   Pwll Y Darren Farm, Welsh St Donats, Cowbridge, Vale Of Glam, CF71 7SS   Bridgend County Borough         7(2)b - Spreading of waste on amenity land
England Environmental (northern) Ltd   Capel Farm, Llysonney Road, Bancyfelin, Carmarthenshire                  Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Mr Peter V J Isaac                     Harrolds, Jeffreyston, Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire                           Pembrokeshire County            7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Oriel Jones & Son Ltd                  Llygodenwyn Farm, Llanbydder, Carmarthenshire, SA40 9QE                  Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Oriel Jones & Son Ltd                  Teifi Park, Llanybydder, Carmarthenshire, SA40 9QE                       Carmarthenshire County          7(5) - Storage of waste for spreading on land
Oriel Jones & Son Ltd                  Teifi Park, Llanybydder, Carmarthenshire, SA40 9QE                       Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Oriel Jones & Son Ltd                  Teifi Park, Llanybydder, Carmarthenshire, SA40 9QE                       Carmarthenshire County          7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Monksland Farm, Scurlage, Reynoldston, Swansea                           City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Rebvec Gardens W2                      Land On Devonshire Drive, Tenby                                          Pembrokeshire County            7(2)b - Spreading of waste on amenity land
Shanks Waste Solutions                 Llwch Isawel Farm, Betws, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2PF           City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
                                       Llwch Isawel Farm, Betws, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 2PF           City & County Of Swansea        7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Walters Uk Ltd                         Penywaun, Aberdare                                                       Bridgend County Borough         7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Sunnybank Farm, Aberdulais, Neath                                        Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
ADAS                                   Brombil Farm, Margam, Port Talbot                                        Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
England Environmental                  Beggan Farm, Port Talbot                                                 Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   7(5) - Storage of waste for spreading on land
England Environmental ( Northern ) Ltd Marcross Farm, Marcross, Llantwit Major, Vale Of Glam                    Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   7(1) - Spreading of waste on land for agriculture
Envar Ltd                              Ffyndaff Occs, Hirwaun, Aberdare                                         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   8(2) - Spreading of sludge on non-agricultural land
Hyder                                  Onllywn, Neath                                                           Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   8(2) - Spreading of sludge on non-agricultural land
Shanks Waste Solutions                 Hirwaun, Tower Colliery, Tyn Y Wern Site, CF44 9UL                       Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   8(3) - Storage of sludge for spreading on non-agri. land




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W H Davies                              Upper Masterland Farm, Broadmoor, Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0RH      Pembrokeshire County            9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement
G & J Lewis                             Big House Farm, Lampeter Veyrey, Narberth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8UQ       Pembrokeshire County            9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement

Mr Peter Issac                          Harolds, Jeffreyston, Kilgetty, SA68 0RT                                 Pembrokeshire County            9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement

E A & N W Jones                         Slade Hall Farm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 2UX                  Pembrokeshire County            9(2) - Storage of waste for land reclamation/improvement

E A & N W Jones                         Slade Hall Farm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 2UX                  Pembrokeshire County            9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement

W T Maddock                             Ffos Newydd Farm, Cefn Cribbwr, Bridgend                                 Bridgend County Borough         9(2) - Storage of waste for land reclamation/improvement

Pembrokeshire County Council            North East Corner Of Os Field 9076, Bulford Road, Johnston, Pemnrokeshire Pembrokeshire County           9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement
                                        Tregaron Sand & Gravel Quarry, Abercoed, Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25
Mr R Cutter                             6UG                                                                       Ceredigion                     9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement

Mr Graham Yeo                           Clayston, Silver Stream, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire                    Pembrokeshire County            9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement
Mr J David                              Hafod Heulog Farm, Bryndu, Pyle, Bridgend                                Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   9(2) - Storage of waste for land reclamation/improvement


Dwr Cymru Cyf                           Maesgwyn                                                                 Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement


Dwr Cymru Cyf                           Maesgwyn                                                                 Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   9(2) - Storage of waste for land reclamation/improvement

Mr Peter Lewis                          Field Off Forest Road, Llanharry                                         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement

W I James & Son Ltd                     Penhydd Farm, Bryn, Port Talbot                                          Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   9(1) - Waste spreading for land reclamation/improvement




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Appendix B - Exempt Waste Management Facilities in South West Wales

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David Issac Arnold                           North Tenement Farm, Dredgeman Hill, Johnston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1XL             Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Raymond William Barnett                      Units 14, 41, 43, 100 & 101, Gluepot Road, Llandow Trading Estate, Llandow, Cowbridge, CF71 7PB   Bridgend County Borough         45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Howard Bayliss                               Plot 13 Penllwyngwent Industrial Estate, Ogmore Vale, Bridgend, CF32 7AX                          Bridgend County Borough         45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
B E J Bishop                                 12 & 12a Players Industrial Estate, Clydach, Swansea, SA6 5BQ                                     City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mrs M Bowen & Mr Bowen                       Glannant Garage, Llanpumpsaint, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA33 6LA                             Carmarthenshire County          45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
J K Bowen                                    Ace Spares, Gwyn Yard, St Teilo Street, Pontarddulais, Swansea                                    City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
J & E J Bugler                               52 Mackworth Street, Bridgend, CF31 1LP                                                           Bridgend County Borough         45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mr K Cody                                    7 Hundred Autospares Ltd, Cambrian Place, Pontarddulais, Swansea, SA4 1RG                         City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Cymru Metals Ltd                             Pen Y Banc Scrapyard, Gorslas, Crosshands, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 7HT                    Carmarthenshire County          45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Cymru Metals Ltd                             Pen Y Banc Scrapyard, Gorslas, Crosshands, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 7HT                    Carmarthenshire County          45(2) - Storage of waste where scrap metal recovery takes place
J Davies & Son                               Gwastod Abbot, New Inn, Pencader, Carmarthenshire, SA39 9AZ                                       Ceredigion                      45(2) - Storage of waste where scrap metal recovery takes place
J A Davies                                   79 The Strand, Swansea, SA1 2AF                                                                   City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Egan Metals Recycling Ltd                    Units 16 & 17, Crofty Industrial Estate, Penclawdd, Swansea, SA4 3RS                              City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Egan Metals Recycling Ltd                    Gorseinon Metals, 108 Cecil Road, Gorseinon, Swansea, SA1 4BY                                     City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Allan B Hill                                 107 Village Farm Industrial Estate, Pyle                                                          Bridgend County Borough         45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mr Philip Horrock                            Waterston Car Breakers, 5 Hazelbeach Road, Waterston, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 1DX      Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mr George Jones & Mrs Jaqueline Jones        Carew Airfield, Sageston, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8SQ                                          Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mr George Jones & Mrs Jaqueline Jones        Carew Airfield, Sageston, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8SQ                                          Pembrokeshire County            45(2) - Storage of waste where scrap metal recovery takes place
Mr George Jones & Mrs Jaqueline Jones        Carew Airfield, Sageston, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8SQ                                          Pembrokeshire County            45(5) - Temporary storage of non-scrap waste, pending collection
Phillip Anthony Jones                        Carew Car Dismantlers, Carew Airfield, Sageston, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8SQ                   Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mr Martin Lewis                              Halfway Motor Spares, Vine Road, Johnston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3NY                 Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Cenydd Eifion Lewis                          Dockyard Motors Vehicle Dismanlers, The Dockyard, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, SA72 6TE          Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
C T Lewis                                    Kemys Way, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea, SA6 8QF                                              City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Dilwyn Llewellyn Tractors                    Hafod, Llwyndrain, Llanfyrnach, Pembrokeshire, SA35 0AX                                           Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mrs Helen S Lorey                            Landore Metals, Unit 6 Millbrook Industrial Estate, Landore, Swansea, SA1 2NT                     City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Raymond Lorey                                Morriston Metals, Spelter Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 8JX                                       City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Stephen Marchant                             The Old Quarry, Heol Y Splot, Stormy Down, Pyle                                                   Bridgend County Borough         45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Peniel Green Auto Spares                     151 Peniel Green Road, Llansamlet, Swansea, SA7 9BA                                               City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Mrs P Perry                                  Llwyn Helyg Bungalow, Blackmill, Bridgend, CF35 6EW                                               Bridgend County Borough         45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
John David Phillips                          Bronygarn Garage, Capel Iwan Road, Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire, SA38 8LP                     Carmarthenshire County          45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
R A Phillips                                 Adj 139 Coalbrook Road, Grovesend, Swansea, SA4 4GP                                               City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Pic Up Spares Ltd                            Millbrook Industrial Estate, Landore, Swansea, SA1 2JG                                            City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Pic Up Spares Ltd                            Jersey Road, Bonymaen, Swansea, SA1 7DW                                                           City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Riverlea Tractors Ltd                        Crymych, Pembrokeshire, SA41 3QX                                                                  Pembrokeshire County            45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Frederick Salway - Smith                     5, 6, 7 Old Llangunnor Road, Pensarn, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire                                 Carmarthenshire County          45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Ivor Thomas                                  Blaendyffryn, Creuddyn Bridge, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8BA                                     Ceredigion                      45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Ivor Thomas                                  Blaenhirbant, Creuddyn Bridge, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8BA                                     Ceredigion                      45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
P W Thomas                                   Riverside Yard, Penybanc Road, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire                                         Carmarthenshire County          45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Joyce Thomas                                 Heol Ffaldau, Brackla Industrial Estate, Bridgend, CF31 2AJ                                       Bridgend County Borough         45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles
Trinity Metals                               Unit 11 Beaufort Road, Swansea Enterprise Park, Swansea, SA6 8JG                                  City & County Of Swansea        45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles

Mr A Elliott                                 Elliot Motoryards, P O Box 57 2 And 5 The Arches, Taibach, Port Talbot, SA12 8YQ                  Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles

David John Hill                              Earlswood Depot, Jersey Marine, Neath, SA10 6NG                                                   Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles

Norman John Lewis                            5 & 6 Woodside, Cadoxton, Neath, SA10 8BS                                                         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles

Lewis Land Rovers Ltd                        Rear Of 5/6 Woodside, Woodside, Cadoxton, Neath, SA10 8BS                                         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles




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D R Meredith                                 Forresters Yard, Talbot Wharf, Port Talbot                                              Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles

Mr G Mugford                                 Briton Ferry Motor Salvage, Riverside Yard, Briton Ferry Wharf, Neath, SA11 2HZ         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles


Royston William Paddison                     Earlswood Depot, Jersey Marine, Neath, SA10 6NG                                         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles

P C Sexton                                   Old William Press Yard, Penrhyn Street, Port Talbot, SA13 1LU                           Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles

Valley Reclamation Ltd                       Green Park Estate, Port Talbot, SA12 6NT                                                Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   45(1) - Recovery of waste from scrap metal/motor vehicles




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Appendix B - Exempt Waste Management Facilities in South West Wales

                 ActName                                              ActAddLong                                      ActDist                                        ParaDescripter
4 The Environment Ltd                        Swansea, SA1 8PS                                           City & County Of Swansea        11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
C B Environmental                            Ceredigion, SY23 3JQ                                       Ceredigion                      11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
A E Crosby                                   5b Crofty Industrial Estate, Penclawdd, Swansea, Sa4 3rs   City & County Of Swansea        11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
Greenwood Plant Services Ltd                 Grove Quarry, South Cornelly, Bridgend, CF33 4RB           Bridgend County Borough         11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
Las Waste Limited ( waste Transfer Stati     Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT              Ceredigion                      11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
Ms A Cline                                   Pembrokeshire, SA67 8QT                                    Pembrokeshire County            11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
Swansea City Waste Disposal Co Ltd           SA6 8QN                                                    City & County Of Swansea        11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
E B Enterprise Ltd                           Neath Abbey, Skewen, Neath, SA10 6BL                       Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
8 Port Talbot Scout Group                    Glamorgan, SA12                                            Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   11 - Recovery for reuse of recyclables
George Jones                                 SA73 1DP                                                   Pembrokeshire County            13(2) - Manufacture of soil / soil substitutes
Thomas Scourfield & Sons                     SA70 8SR                                                   Pembrokeshire County            13(1) - Manufacture of products from waste
Young Bros ( Civil Engineering ) Ltd         Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire                               Pembrokeshire County            13(3) - Treatment of waste soil,rock for spreading on land
Andrew Jenkins                               Meigan Wells, Boncath, Pembrokeshire, SA37 0JE             Pembrokeshire County            14(1) - Manufacture of finished goods from waste
Wise Pallet Services                         Pontardawe, SA8 4SY                                        Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   14(2) - Storage of waste for manufacture of finished goods
British Automobile Racing Club Ltd           SA16 0HZ                                                   Carmarthenshire County          15(1) - Beneficial use of waste
Cwm Environmental Limited                    Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8BG                      Carmarthenshire County          15(1) - Beneficial use of waste
Cwm Environmental Limited                    Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8BG                      Carmarthenshire County          15(2) - Storage of waste for beneficial use
Hendy Primary School                         Iscoed Road, Hendy, Pontardulais, Swansea, SA4 1UW         Carmarthenshire County          15(1) - Beneficial use of waste
Lawrence Landfill                            Halfway House, Johnston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire      Pembrokeshire County            15(2) - Storage of waste for beneficial use
Mrs S J Sayers                               7HU                                                        Pembrokeshire County            15(1) - Beneficial use of waste
Vital Earth Systems Ltd                      SA48 8JZ                                                   Ceredigion                      15(1) - Beneficial use of waste
C P Harvey                                   Old Bypass Works, Port Talbot, SA13 1RF                    Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   15(2) - Storage of waste for beneficial use
4 The Environment Ltd                        Swansea, SA1 8PS                                           City & County Of Swansea        17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
C B Environmental                            Ceredigion, SY23 3JQ                                       Ceredigion                      17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Greenwood Plant Services Ltd                 Grove Quarry, South Cornelly, Bridgend, CF33 4RB           Bridgend County Borough         17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Hi - Q Tyre Services                         SA15 3EU                                                   Carmarthenshire County          17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Hi - Q Tyre Services                         Beaufort Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 8EY                 City & County Of Swansea        17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Hi - Q Tyre Services                         Carmarthenshire, SA31 1SB                                  Carmarthenshire County          17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
T Richard Jones (betws) Ltd                  Carmarthenshire, SA18 2LS                                  Carmarthenshire County          17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
L A S Waste Ltd                              Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT              Ceredigion                      17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Las Waste Limited ( waste Transfer Stati     Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT              Ceredigion                      17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
L A S Waste Ltd                              Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT              Ceredigion                      17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Las Waste Limited - Waste Transfer Stati     Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT              Ceredigion                      17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Las Waste Ltd                                Tregaron Road, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8LT              Ceredigion                      17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Mr W A Samuel T/a: T & L Plant               Heol Y Bwlch, Bynea, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9ST   Carmarthenshire County          17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Ms A Cline                                   Pembrokeshire, SA67 8QT                                    Pembrokeshire County            17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Mr H T J Jenkins                             Pembrokeshire, SA67 8DX                                    Pembrokeshire County            17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Swansea City Waste Disposal Co Ltd           SA6 8QN                                                    City & County Of Swansea        17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
Waterloo Waste Management Ltd                4RR                                                        Pembrokeshire County            17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse

C P Harvey                                   Old Bypass Works, Port Talbot, SA13 1RF                    Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse




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E B Enterprise Ltd                           Neath Abbey, Skewen, Neath, SA10 6BL                       Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse

Nationwide Recycling Ltd                     Old Storage Yard, Former B P Refinery, Llandarcy, Neath    Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
                                             Rear Sycamore Crescent, Baglan, Port Talbot, West
8 Port Talbot Scout Group                    Glamorgan, SA12                                            Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   17 - Storage of recyclables for reuse
                                             Glanyrafon C A Site, Glanyrafon Ind Este, Aberystwyth,
C B Environmental                            Ceredigion, SY23 3JQ                                       Ceredigion                      18 - Storage of recyclables in secure containers
                                             The M P S C, Milford Docks, Milford Haven,
D V Howells Ltd                              Pembrokeshire, SA73 3AQ                                    Pembrokeshire County            18 - Storage of recyclables in secure containers

Natural Solutions                            2 Village Court, Village Farm Ind Est, Pyle, CF33 6NU      Bridgend County Borough         18 - Storage of recyclables in secure containers
                                             Narberth Waste Transfer Station, Princes Gate, Narberth,
Ms A Cline                                   Pembrokeshire, SA67 8QT                                    Pembrokeshire County            18 - Storage of recyclables in secure containers

C P Harvey                                   Old Bypass Works, Port Talbot, SA13 1RF                    Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   18 - Storage of recyclables in secure containers




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Appendix B - Exempt Waste Management Facilities in South West Wales

                   ActName                                          ActAddLong                                       ActDist                                    ParaDescripter
Amman Concrete Products Ltd                  Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 1YP                       City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Anthony Cadogan                              0TN                                                        Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Arnold Farmers                               Haroldston Farm, Broadhaven, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3NB       Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Bamford                                   6RJ                                                        Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr J Bamford                                 6BB                                                        Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Ian Bannister                                Pembrokeshire, SA73 3UA                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Barnt Green Estates Ltd                      SA69 9DA                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr P Baxter                                  SA16 OJU                                                   Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Baylis Recovery Ltd                          Glamorgan, CF32 7RA                                        Bridgend County Borough    19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Bcf Services Ltd                             Duffryn Farm, Bynea, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA14 9SN   Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
L P H I & W A Bowler                         Carmarthenshire                                            Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Braker                                    8JS                                                        Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Martin Bristow                            9 Harbour Close, Neyland, Pembrokeshire, SA73 1UG          Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
British Automobile Racing Club Ltd           SA16 0HZ                                                   Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Burns Plant Hire And Construction            SA71 4RG                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
A J Carrington & Partners                    Pembrokeshire                                              Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr R A Powell                                Hereford                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
D A Chandler                                 SA70 8SG                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Charles Little                               Pembrokeshire, SA68 0RY                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
City & County Of Swansea                     Llansamlet, Swansea                                        City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr C J Phillips & Son                        Dyffryn Coal Depot, Drim Mill, Goodwick, Pembrokeshire     Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Cofton Ltd                                   Llanharan, Rhondda C Taff, CF72 9RP                        Bridgend County Borough    19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
I M & R C S E Cole                           Whitland, Carmarthenshire                                  Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Dyfrig Dalziel Ltd                           Plot Of Land Off Pembrey Road, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire   Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Daniel E Davies                           SA44 5XD                                                   Ceredigion                 19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
J H S E & J H J Davies                       Pembrokeshire, SA62 5PH                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Tom Davies                                Pembrokeshire                                              Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Gwynne Davies                                Land On Dinas Mountain, Dinas Mountain, Pembrokeshire      Pembrokeshire County       19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
Gwynne Davies                                Land On Dinas Mountain, Dinas Mountain, Pembrokeshire      Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
P Devichand                                  Carmarthenshire                                            Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
D Scourfiled                                 Narberth, Pembrokeshire                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
E N S D Ltd                                  Carmarthenshire, SA33 5AA                                  Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
J Duffy & R Price                            Ty Dorkin, Cwmdulais, Pontardulais, Swansea, SA4 1NP       City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
D C Evans                                    Tanygraig, Silan, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 8AR           Ceredigion                 19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
D I Evans & Sons                             Parce, Cwm Cou, Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion                Ceredigion                 19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
J D Evans                                    Penparc, Llanarth, Ceredigion, SA47 0NR                    Ceredigion                 19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Foothold Youth Enterprise Agency             Burry Road, Machynys, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire            Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr G Fraser                                  3TA                                                        Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
G H Evans & Co                               Pembrokeshire                                              Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Gorseinon College                            Belgrave Quarry, Belgrave Road, Gorseinon                  City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Grandre Vale Holiday Park                    Clunderwen, Carmarthenshire, SA66 7HD                      Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste




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Green Circle Sustainable Developments Lt     Bridgend, Vale Of Glam                                     Bridgend County Borough    19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Messrs Green                                 Waungron Uchaf, Whitland, Pembrokeshire, SA34 0QX          Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
W B Griffiths & Son Ltd                      Pembrokeshire, SA61 1QR                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Groveland Leisure Ltd                        The Grove, St Clears, Carmarthenshire, SA33 3AZ            Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
R K Gutteridge                               5AT                                                        Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
R Hagley                                     Plot 2, Paskeston Lane, Milton, Tenby, Pembrokeshire       Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Michael Haines                               Pembrokeshire, SA34 0RA                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Selwyn Harries                               Parc Dan Y Garn, Dinas Cross, Newport, Pembrokeshire       Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
W Havard                                     Ty Isaf Farm, Cross Hands Road, Pontarddulais, Swansea     City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Helena Waters                                Pembrokeshire, SA73 1EP                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Susan Holland                                Sunnyhill, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 4QG   Ceredigion                 19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
A Howells                                    SA62 6EB                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
John Hughes                                  SA62 6JX                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Hyder Consulting Ltd                         Swansea, SA7 9HW                                           Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Ian Willkinson                               Village Green, East Williamston, Pembrokeshire             Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr John Arthur Jones                         3SX                                                        Ceredigion                 19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
Mr John Arthur Jones                         3SX                                                        Ceredigion                 19(3) - Storage of road planings
Mr N Jones & Miss M Jones                    Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 5RY                     Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Messrs E A & N W Jones                       Slade Hall Farm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire              Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
B Jones                                      SA14 9SN                                                   Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Brenda Jones                                 SA14 9SN                                                   Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Jonusz & R Narejko                        0UU                                                        Carmarthenshire County     19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
Laleston Nursery South Ltd                   See Plan                                                   Bridgend County Borough    19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
Lawrence Landfill                            Pembrokeshire, SA62 3NX                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Lawrence                                     Stephens Way, Pensarn, Carmarthen, SA31 2BG                Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Keith Leighfield                          0TR                                                        Pembrokeshire County       19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
Mr Paul Mandore                              Llandissilio, Clynderwen, Pembrokeshire, SA66 7SU          Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr M Diana                                   Carmarthenshire                                            Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Meirion Howells Project Management           Swansea, Gorseinon                                         City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Huw Merriman                              Blaencilgoed Farm, Ludchurch, Narberth, Pembrokeshire      Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Dt & S Miles                                 SA62 6HT                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Morriston Construction Ltd                   Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, SA18 3RT                       Carmarthenshire County     19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Morrison Construction Ltd                    Haverfordwest                                              Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
E Nolan                                      Old Quarry Buildings, Stormy Down, Bridgend, CF33 4RY      Bridgend County Borough    19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
O C Davies A'r Mab                           Penparc Motors, Penparc, Cardigan, Dyfed, SA43 1SB         Ceredigion                 19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
Old Barn Inn And Restaurant                  6PX                                                        City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Rowston Holiday Park                         New Hedges, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, SA70 8TL                 Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
H V Palmer                                   Pembrokeshire, SA67 8JL                                    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Frances Howard Harris                        9NA                                                        City & County Of Swansea   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Peter Harris                                 SA62 4EB                                                   Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Peter Jones                               The Battles, Begelly, Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire, SA68 0YG    Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mrs L Phillips                               Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 3DJ                     Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Phillip Evans (builder)                   Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 1EU                             Pembrokeshire County       19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste




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Mr Clive Preece                              Ashdale Lane, Hill Mountain, Haverfordwest              Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Fred Price                                Broadmoor Nurseries, Broadmoor, Killgetty, SA68 0RN     Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
P W Ratcliffe                                Pembrokeshire, SA67 8DE                                 Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
P W Ratcliffe                                Slebech Estate                                          Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr P Ratcliffe                               Little Clarboro Farm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire      Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Ray Jones                                 3HL                                                     Ceredigion                      19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Rebvic Gardens W2                            Land On Devonshire Drive, Tenby                         Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr John Rees                                 Poyston West Farm, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire         Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr David Rhys Rees                           Ton Phillip Farm, Cefn Cribbwr, Nr Bridgend, CF32 0BS   Bridgend County Borough         19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
V B Rees                                     SA62 3DT                                                Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
S G Davies And Sons                          Pembrokeshire, SA62 4PB                                 Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Shanks Waste Solutions                       Ward's Yard, Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire               Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Sinclair                                  SA71 5AH                                                Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr & Mrs P & C Smith                         Ty Isaf Farm, Bettws, Bridgend, CF32 8UD                Bridgend County Borough         19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Soar                                      8AJ                                                     Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Sospan Skips                                 Ystrafaid Farm, Swiss Valley                            Carmarthenshire County          19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
The Milford Docks Company                    Pembrokeshire, SA73 3AF                                 Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Phillip Thomas                               Cross                                                   Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr Keith Thomas                              SA67 8UR                                                Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Susan Thomas                                 94 Ferry Road, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire                Carmarthenshire County          19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
D Tucker                                     103 Lon Camlad, Caemawr, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 7EJ    City & County Of Swansea        19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Valley Construction                          D F S Store, Morriston, Swansea                         City & County Of Swansea        19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Len Williams                                 9PT                                                     Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr R Williams                                Ogmore Farm, Ogmore By Sea, CF32 0QP                    Bridgend County Borough         19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Gwyndaff Owen Williams                       Pembrokeshire                                           Pembrokeshire County            19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
W H Williams And Son                         Pant Y Gibwn Farm, Caeafon, Blackmill, Bridgend         Bridgend County Borough         19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
H Williams                                   1DJ                                                     City & County Of Swansea        19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
W S Atkins Consultants Ltd                   Cwmdu Ind Este                                          City & County Of Swansea        19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                             Tyla Morris Farm, Pant Howell Du Road, Briton Ferry,
Allistair Andrew Bowen                       Neath, SA11 2TU                                         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                             Gwartor-y-mynydd Quarry, 21 Thorny Road, Baglan, Port
A H Baker                                    Talbot, West Glamorgan                                  Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
Mr J David                                   Hafod Heulog Farm, Bryndu, Pyle, Bridgend               Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                             58 Kinta Bungalow, Pontneathvaughan Road, Glynneath,
David John Williams                          Neath, SA11 5NR                                         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

G Davies Skip Hire                           Stables & Yard, Hawdref Ganol Farm, Cimla, Neath        Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

Mr Mark Davies                               Llettur Gof, Cwmnant Llwyth Road, Gelli Nedd, Neath     Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

David Robert Richards                        Lletyrafel Farm, Aberdulais, Neath, SA10 8HR            Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

Richard Brian Elliot                         Hillview, Addoldy Road, Glynneath, Neath, SA11 5EB      Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
John Hill                                    Galltycwn Farm, Bryn, Port Talbot                       Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste




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Hochtief Griffiths                           Phase I I, Baglan Energy Park, Baglan, Neath                 Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

Hoigan Construction                          39 Heol Y Graig, Cwmgrach, Neath, SA11 5TW                   Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                             Glyn Y Mul Farm, Aberdulais, Neath, West Glamorgan,
Mr Ian Haggis                                SA10 8HF                                                     Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
J R Edwards                                  Tyn-y-waun Farm, Cimla, Neath, SA11 3QR                      Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
J R Edwards                                  13 , Church Street, Cwmafon, SA12 9AP                        Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

A Lee                                        The Glogery, Ynysgollen, Aberdulais, Neath, SA10 8HN         Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                             Tyla Fedwen Farm, Tyla Fedwen Farm, Cwmafon, SA12
Eric Lewis                                   9YA                                                          Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                             House Adj. To Aladdin Works, Flat 1 & 2, Lan Hir, Alltwen,
Matthews Recycling Ltd                       Pontardawe, SA8 3DE                                          Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

Mr John Mortimer                             Cilcarn Farm, Bryn, Port Talbot                              Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste


                                         Duffryn Uchaf Farm, Pant Y Moch Lane, Goytre, Port
Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council Talbot, SA13 2YA                                                 Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage
Mr Peter Lewis                           Hendre Owen Farm, Llanharan                                      Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                         Land Off Fordsley Road, Off Brynhyfryd Terrace, Seven
P G Lloyd                                Sisters                                                          Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

Rm Rees                                      Rheola Works, Glynneath Road, Resolfen, Neath                Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
M & R Thomas                                 Dyffryn Farm, Bryncoch, Neath, SA10 7BJ                      Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

T J & D A Stephens                           Bryncaws Farm, Cilfrew, Neath, SA10 8NF                   Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor      19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste
                                             Agricultural Land Adjacent To Nant Celyn, Crynant, Neath,
Gareth Walters                               SA10 8PZ                                                  Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor      19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

Mr G H Watkins                               Glyn Mill Farm, Aberdualis, Neath, SA10 8HF                  Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(2) - Use of demolition/storage/excavation waste

David Howard Williams                        Tynewydd Farm, Blackmill, Bridgend, CF35 6EN                 Neath/ Port Talbot County Bor   19(1) - Demolition/construction/excavation waste storage




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Appendix B - Exempt Waste Management Facilities in South West Wales

     ActName                            ActAddLong                               ActDist                                 ParaDescripter
A M F Polymers Ltd Avondale Way, Avondale Industrial Est, Cwmbran   Torfaen County Borough   1(2) - Storage of waste glass - place of process
Ms A Cline         Pembrokeshire, SA67 8QT                          Pembrokeshire County     1(1) - Waste glass - Part 1 process




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                                                                                                                        Landfill
Site Name            Site Addr              Area      Local Ref    CP Ref No   Licence Holder      Operator Name        Classification
Astbury Quarry       Dark Lane              North     WMBC L84     37116       Shanks Waste        Shanks Waste         Hazardous
                     Burton                                                    Services Limited    Services Limited
                     Rossett
                     Wrexham
                     LL12 0AE
Brook Hill Landfill Pinfold Industrial      North                 0 37207      A D Waste Limited   A D Waste Limited    Hazardous
Site                 Estate
                     Pinfold Lane
                     Buckley
                     Flintshire
Cilgwyn Landfill     Carmel                 North     315.108      37082       Cwmni Gwastraff Mon- Cwmni Gwastraff Mon- Hazardous
Disposal Site        Penygroes                                                 afon Cyfyngedig      afon Cyfyngedig
                     Gwynedd
                     LL55 1AE
Landfill No 1        Corus Colours          North     155/89       37015       Corus UK Limited    Corus UK Limited     Hazardous
                     Shotton Works
                     Deeside
                     Flintshire
                     CH5 2NH
Llanddulas Landfill Abergele Road           North     CBC/6/1992 37028         3 C Waste Limited   Waste Recycling      Hazardous
                     Llanddulas                       -                                            Group
                     Conwy                            CBC/8/1992
                     LL22 8HP
Penhesgyn Gors       Llansadwrn             North     YMBC/1       37129       Cwmni Gwastraff Mon- Cwmni Gwastraff Mon- Hazardous
                     Ynys Mon                         YMBC/2                   afon Cyfyngedig      afon Cyfyngedig
                     LL59 5YR
Cefn Mawr Quarry     Cadole Road            North     SL/01/92     37029       Castle Cement       Castle Cement        Other
                     Pantyhuraeth                                              Limited             Limited
                     Mold
                     CH7 5EF
Ffridd Rhasus        Morfa Road             North     NOW 007 L    37004       Gwynedd County      Gwynedd County       Other
Landfill Landfill    Harlech                                                   Council             Council
                     Gwynedd
                     LL46 2UW
Greenafon Slate      Ffords Pen Y Chwarel   North     314-2/93     37047       Mulcair Limited     Mulcair Limited      Other
Quarry               Nebo
                     Caernarfon
                     Gwynedd
                     LL54 6EW
Huntington Water     Chester Road           North     60382        37108       United Utilities    United Utilities     Other
Treatment Works      Huntington                                                (Water) PLC         (Water) PLC
                     CH3 6EA
Landfill No 2        Corus Colors           North     171/92       37049       Corus UK Limited    Corus UK Limited     Other
                     Shotton Works
                     Deeside
                     Flintshire
                     CH5 2NH
Moel Y Faen Quarry   Horeshoe Pass          North     GL 46        37125       Jones Bros Ruthin    Jones Bros Ruthin    Other
                     Nr Llangollen                                             Civil Engineering Co Civil Engineering Co
                     Denbighshire                                              Limited              Limited
                     LL15 2YH
Nant Newydd Quarry   Brynteg                North     NOW-110-L    37144       W J & G T Owen      W J & G T Owen       Other
Landfill Site        Anglesey
                     LL78 7JJ
Padeswood Landfill   Padeswood Works        North     152/87       37012       Castle Cement       Castle Cement        Other
                     Padeswood                                                 Limited             Limited
                     Mold
                     CH7 4HB
Pen Y Bont Landfill Pentre                  North     GL42         37123       Shanks Midlands     Shanks Waste         Other
Site                 Nr Chirk                                                  Limited             Services Limited
                     Wrexham
                     LL14 5AR
Rhuddlan Bach Quarry Brynteg                North                 0 37203      C & M Parry Plant   C & M Parry Plant    Other
Landfill Site        Anglesey                                                  Hire Limited        Hire Limited
                     LL57 7JJ
Sea View Farm 2      Stag Lane              North     163          37019       Dennis Morgan Plc   Dennis Morgan Plc    Other
                     Ewloe
                     CH5 3AH
Standard Landfill    Spencer Industrial     North     174/93       37073       A D Waste Limited   A D Waste Limited    Other
                     Estate
                     Off Liverpool Road
                     Buckley
                     Flintshire
                     CH7 3LY
The Pet Cemetary     Brynford               North     WR/9900146 37096         JM & T Ward         JM & T Ward          Other
                     Holywell                         /1
                     Flintshire
                     CH8 8AO




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                                                                                                                               Landfill
Site Name             Site Addr              Area         Local Ref    CP Ref No   Licence Holder        Operator Name         Classification
Ty Mawr East Quarry   Talysarn               North        314-50/94    37117       Watkin Jones & Sons   Watkin Jones & Sons   Other
Landfill              Penygroes                                                    Limited               Limited
                      Gwynedd
                      LL57 4YH
Ty Mawr Farm          Ty Mawr Farm           North        CBC/5a/199 37025         G Wyn Griffiths       G Wyn Griffiths       Other
                      Llanfair Road                       2
                      Abergele
                      Conwy
                      LL22 8AA
Tywyn Trewan          Garreg Fawr            North        YMBC/6       37137       C & M Parry Plant     C & M Parry Plant     Other
Landfill              Rhosneigr                                                    Hire Limited          Hire Limited
                      Trearddur Bay
                      Holyhead
                      Ynys Mon
                      LL65 2YL
Vaynol Woodlands      Coed Nant Y Garth      North        314-42/93    37064       Treborth Leisure      Treborth Leisure      Other
                      Port Dinorwic                                                Limited               Limited
                      Gwynedd
                      LL56 4QG
Corus U K Limited,    Llanwern Works East    South East   007/77       30003       Corus UK Limited      Corus UK Limited      Hazardous
Llanwern Works East   Queensway
                      Eastern End of Works
                      Newport
                      Gwent
                      NP9 0XN
Sloblands Landfill    Corporation Road       South East   018/78       30007       Alphasteel Limited    Alphasteel Limited    Hazardous
                      Newport
                      Gwent
                      NP9 0XE
Trecatti Landfill     Fochriw Road           South East   930127       30105       Biffa Waste Services Biffa Waste Services Hazardous
                      Dowlais Top                                                  Limited              Limited
                      Merthyr
                      Merthyr Tydfil
                      CF8 9QK
A E S Fifoots Point   West Nash Road         South East   SEW/238      30214       A E S Fifoots Point   A E S Fifoots Point   Other
                      Nash                                (30214)                  Operation Limited     Operation Limited
                      Newport
                      Gwent
                      NP18 2BZ
Aberthaw Power        Aberthaw Power Stn     South East   42           30067       Innogy Plc            Innogy Plc            Other
Station               Aberthaw
                      Barry
                      Vale Of Glam
                      CF62 4ZW
Berth Gron Quarry     Ty Du Farm             South East   RHY/053      30048       Bowen Partners        Bowen Partners        Other
Landfill              Nelson                              (30048)
                      Treharris
                      Mid Glam
                      CF46 6PH
Bryn Pica Landfill    Merthyr Road           South East   2/93         30104       Amgen Cymru           Cynon Valley Waste    Other
                      Llwydcoed                           (30104)                                        Disposal Limited
                      Aberdare
                      S Wales
                      CF44 0BX
Coli-Isaf Landfill    Coli-Isaf Farm         South East   30253        30253       Richard Lindon        Mr R.L. Kinsey, Ms    Other
Site                  Bedlinog                                                     Kinsey                J. Webb & Ms R.A.
                      Mid Glamorgan                                                                      Steel
                      CF46 6SH
Corus Uk Limited,     Llanwern Works         South East   024/79       30009       Corus Group plc       Corus Group plc       Other
South Side Of         Newport
Queensway Llanwern    Gwent
Wor                   NPT OXN
Cribarth Quarry       Llanafan Fawr          South East   BRE/1-88     30018       D G Williams          D G Williams          Other
Landfill              Builth Wells                        (30018)
                      Powys
                      LD2 3LN
Cwrt Y Plyffin        Llanwern               South East   BRE/50/2.9 30035         J G & H G Powell      J G & H G Powell      Other
Landfill              Brecon                              4 (30035
                      Powys
                      LD3 7EJ
Docks Way Landfill    Docks Way              South East   Res066/7/9 30058         Newport City Council Newport City Council Other
                      Maesglas                            2(30058)
                      Newport
                      Gwent
                      NP20 2NS




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                                                                                                                           Landfill
Site Name             Site Addr            Area         Local Ref    CP Ref No   Licence Holder       Operator Name        Classification
Five Lanes Quarry     Five Lanes Quarry    South East   6/93         30122       Dragon Waste Limited Dragon Waste Limited Other
Landfill              Landfill                          (30122)
                      Caerwent
                      Newport
                      Gwent
                      NP6 4AY
Howle Hill Landfill   Howle Hill           South east   30243        30243       R M Philips           R M Philips           Other
Site                  Ross-on-Wye
                      Herefordshire
LaFarge Landfill      Aberthaw Works       South East   25           30016       Blue Circle           Blue Circle           Other
Site                  East Aberthaw                     (30016)                  Industries plc        Industries plc
                      Barry
                      Vale Of Glamorgan
                      CF62 3ZR
Lamby Way Landfill    Lamby Way            South East   92/02        30235       Cardiff County        Cardiff County        Other
                      Rumney Moors                      (30066)                  Council               Council
                      Cardiff
                      South Glamorgan                   30235
                      CF3 8EQ
Lower Vern Landfill   Lower Vern           South East   1.056.07     30165       M T Skip Limited      Brian Tayson          Other
                      Maiden                            (30165)
                      Herefordshire
                      HR1 3EX
Old Beaufort Quarry   Hardwick Cliffs      South East   2/90         30034       Mabey Holding         Mabey Holding         Other
                      Beaufort Quarry                   (30034)                  Limited               Limited
                      Chepstow
                      Gwent
                      NP6 5YL
Orb LandfillSite      PO Box 30            South East   038/86       30012       Orb Electrical        Orb Electrical        Other
                      Corporation Road                  (30012)                  Steels Limited        Steels Limited
                      Newport
                      South Wales
                      NP19 0XT
Silent Valley         Cemetery Road        South East   CPA 22       30141       Silent Valley Waste   Silent Valley Waste   Other
Landfill Site         Waunllwyd                         (30141)                  Services Limited      Services Limited
                      Ebbw Vale
                      Gwent
                      NP23 6PZ
St Donats Farm        Portway              South East   SEW/236      30197       G R, HC & GC Davies   G R, HC & GC Davies   Other
Landfill              Burghill                          (30197)
                      Hereford
                      Herefordshire
                      HR4 8NQ
The Lea Landfill      Ross On Wye          South East   1.056.52     30192        Mr Keef              Wilderness (Haulage) Other
                      Herefordshire                     (30192)                                        Limited
                      HR9 7LQ
Tir Gwaid Farm        Tir Gwaid            South East   RH/16SEW     30014       Mr G Jenkins          Mr G Jenkins          Other
Landfill              Wattstown                         (30014)
                      Mid Glam
                      CF39 0PS
Ty Mawr Farm          St Brides            South East   060/90       30161       D C Shervinton        D C Shervinton        Other
Landfill              Newport                           (30161)
                      Gwent
                      NP1 9TG
Ty'r Eos Farm         Gewenhlog Common     South East   2/91         30049       G L Price             G L Price             Other
Landfill              Gewehlog                          (30049)
                      Usk
                      Gwent
                      NP15 2RD
Whitehall Quarry      Old Port Road        South East   62           30189       R M C Aggregates      R M C Aggregates      Other
Landfill              Wenvoe                            (30189)                  (South Wales)         (South Wales)
                      Cardiff                                                    Limited               Limited
                      South Glam
                      CF5 6XE
Ystrad Barwig Farm    Llantwit Fardre      South East   LF/03/95     30182       J P Fletcher          J P Fletcher          Other
                      Pontyclyn                         (30182)
                      Vale Of Glam
                      CF38 1BL
Landfarm 7            TotalFinaElf         South West   wd038        34029       TotalFinaElf UK       TotalFinaElf UK       Hazardous
                      Milford Haven                                              Limited               Limited
                      Refinery
                      PO Box 10
                      Milford Haven
                      Pembs
Morfa Landfill        Port Talbort Works   South West   1/77         34000       Corus U K Limited     Corus U K Limited     Hazardous
                      Port Taltord                      (34000)
                      Pembrokeshire
                      SA13 2NG




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                               Conditioning Plans that have been accepted by the Environment Agency Wales




                                                                                                                              Landfill
Site Name             Site Addr             Area         Local Ref    CP Ref No   Licence Holder        Operator Name         Classification
Nantycaws Landfill    Llanddarog Road       South West   SWW160L      34144       Cwm Environmental     Cwm Environmental     Hazardous
Site                  Nantycaws                          (34144)                  Limited               Limited
                      Carmarthen
                      Carmarthenshire
                      SA32 8BG
Pwllfawatkin          Rhyd-y-Fro            South West   SWW 166 L    34149       Shanks Waste          Shanks Waste          Hazardous
Landfill              Pontardawe                         (34149)                  Services Limited      Services Limited
                      Swansea
                      SA8 4RX
Texaco Refinery       Texaco Refinery       South West   34129        34129       Texaco Limited        Texaco Limited        Hazardous
                      Pembroke
                      Pembs
                      SA71 5SJ
Withyhedge Landfill   Bowlings Farm         South West   SWW163L      34147       Resources Management Resources Management Hazardous
Site                  Rudbaxton                          (34147)                  ( U K ) Limited      ( U K ) Limited
                      Haverfordwest
                      Pembrokeshire
                      SA62 4DB
Abergelli Fach Farm   Abergelli Fach Farm   South West   SWW180L    34165         Swansea City Waste    Swansea City Waste    Other
Landfill Site         Felindre                           (34165),                 Disposal Co Limited   Disposal Co Limited
                      Swansea                            3/94
                      SA5 7NN                            (34108)
Croes Cwtta Farm      Croes Cwtta Farm      South West   01 (34124) 34124         Cynlais Thomas        M Withers & M         Other
                      St Brides Major                                                                   Jenkins
                      Bridgend
                      CF32 0TN
Fox Landfill Site     Blaencilgoed Farm     South West   920009       34066       H D & H Merriman      H D & H Merriman      Other
                      Ludchurch                          (34066)
                      Narberth
                      Pembrokeshire
                      SA67 8LA
Giants Grave          Giants Grave Road     South West   NBWD1        34060       Neath Port Talbot     Neath Port Talbot     Other
Landfill              Briton Ferry                       (34060)                  Waste Management Co   Waste Management Co
                      Neath                                                       Limited               Limited
                      SA11 2LN
Glogue Quarry         Crymych               South West   WD057        34047       Mansel Davies & Son   Mansel Davies & Son   Other
Landfill Site         Hermon                                                      Limited               Limited
                      Pembroke
                      SA36 0ED
New Lodge Farm        Wernddu               South West   LLN/WM/01    34114       Mr John Greenaway     Mr John Greenaway     Other
Greenaway Landfill    Ammanford                          (34114)
                      Llanelli
                      SA14 7EW
Penrhos Landfill      Adjacent Penrhos      South West   14 (34070) 34070         Ceredigion County     Ceredigion County     Other
Site                  Depot                                                       Council               Council
                      Croeslan
                      Nr Llandysul
                      Ceredigion
                      SA44 4SX
Solbury Mountain      Nr Tiers Cross        South West   WD080        34120       Young Bros Limited    Young Bros Limited    Other
                      Ratford Bridge                     (34120)
                      Haverfordwest
                      Pembrokeshire
                      SA62 3BZ
Tir Canol Landfill    Palleg Road           South West   BRE/5-93     34111       Palleg Refuse &       Palleg Refuse &       Other
Site                  Lower Cwmtwrch                     (34111)                  Recycling Company     Recycling Company
                      Swansea                                                     Limited               Limited
                      SA9 2QQ
Tir John Landfill     Fabian Way            South West   L1/21        34011       Swansea Waste         Swansea Waste         Other
                      Port Tennant                       (34011)                  Disposal Co Limited   Disposal Co Limited
                      Swansea
                      SA7 9XT
Trostre Works         Trostre Works         South West   LLN/WD/005 34069         Corus                 Corus Packaging Plus Other
Landfill Site         Llanelli                           (34069)
                      Carmarthenshire
                      SA14 9SD
Tythegston Landfill   Tythegston Quarry     South West   11 (34024) 34024         Davies Bros ( Waste   Davies Bros ( Waste   Other
                      Porthcawl                                                   ) Limited             ) Limited
                      CF32 0NE




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      APPENDIX D




SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group                                                             4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                                                                   November 2002

APPENDIX D1 .1:           STATUS OF WASTE COLLECTION CONTRACTS IN
                          BRIDGEND (as at October 2002)

Type                 District & Contractor                  Finish Date                 Comment

Refuse                                                   Feb 2003           .Currently being retendered
              In-house provider


Recycling     Blue-bag kerbside collection of paper      Dec 2002           Material to be sent to MREC
              to 35000 properties


Street        In-house provider                          April 2008         Awarded 2002
Cleansing



APPENDIX D1 .2:           CONTRACTS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
                          AND DISPOSAL IN BRIDGEND (as at October 2002)


Type                  Sites and Contractor                   Start        Finish      Comment
                                                             Date         Date

Disposal              Various sites                          2001         Dec 2002    Material to be sent to MREC
(landfill)            Ecovert Ltd


CA Sites              Tythegslon CA site                        2001        2003      Tenders soon to be invited for
(HWRC)                South Herts Ltd                                                 3 new CA sites


                      20 recycling centres serviced by                    Dec 2002
Bring Banks           private contractors

Centralised           None
composting

                      None
Other


APPENDIX D1 .3: STATUS OF UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN
          BRIDGEND (as at October 2002)


A public inquiry was held in July 2002 to consider duly made objections to the deposit UDP. The inspector’s
report is anticipated in mid/late 2003




                                                      SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group                                                            4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                                                                  November 2002

APPENDIX D2 .1:          STATUS OF WASTE COLLECTION CONTRACTS IN
                         CARMARTHENSHIRE (as at October 2002)

Type                 District & Contractor                 Finish Date                Comment

Refuse        DSO


                                                                           Other ‘Pink Bag’ trial scheme
Recycling     Trial Kerbside by DSO under service      18 month period     currently underway with LAS
              level agreement


Street        DSO
Cleansing



APPENDIX D2 .2:          CONTRACTS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
                         AND DISPOSAL IN CARMARTHENSHIRE (as at October 2002)


Type                 Sites and Contractor                   Start        Finish      Comment
                                                            Date         Date
                     CWM Environmental (LAWDC)              1/4/99       31/3/2014
Disposal             disposing principally to the Nant y
(landfill)           Caws Landfill site

                     3 CA sites in County:                   As above    As above    Operated by CWM
CA Sites             - Nant y Caws                                                   Environmental under disposal
(HWRC)               - Llanelli                                                      contract
                     - Armanford


Bring Banks          59 recycling centres across County
                     owned and operated mostly by
                     County but some by private
                     contractrors
                                                                                     Currently a trial scheme with
Centralised          Cert (CWM Environmental and                                     an approximate capacity of
composting           Cardiff Univ.) No formal contract.                              8,000t/a.


Other

APPENDIX D2 .3:          STATUS OF UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN
                         CARMARTHENSHIRE (as at October 2002)


Final UDP Plan available November 2002




                                                    SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group                                                             4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                                                                   November 2002

APPENDIX D3 .1:         STATUS OF WASTE COLLECTION CONTRACTS IN
                        CEREDIGION (as at October 2002)

Type                District & Contractor                   Finish Date                 Comment
                                                                            2yr extension beyond 2002 already
Refuse        DSO                                      31/3/2004            granted


              Composting – DSO
Recycling     Recycling – Community         Sector/
              contractors

Street        DSO
Cleansing



APPENDIX D3 .2:         CONTRACTS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
                        AND DISPOSAL IN CEREDIGION (as at October 2002)


Type                Sites and Contractor                     Start        Finish      Comment
                                                             Date         Date
                    3 Contracts:
Disposal            -CB Environmental (main contract)        1/7/98       30/6/2008   For northern part of County
(landfill)          -LAS Waste Ltd.                                       30/6/2008   For southern part of County
                    -LAS Waste Ltd.                                       30/6/2008   For south eastern part of
                                                                                      County
                    4 CA sites in County:
CA Sites            - Borth (CB Environmental)
(HWRC)              - Glanyrafon(CBEnvironmental)
                    - Rhydeinon (DI Evans)
                    - Lampeter (LAS Waste Ltd)
                    - Cilmaenllwyd, Cardigan


Bring Banks         19 recycling centres across County
                    operated by various private
                    contractors
                                                                                      Used as restoration material at
Centralised         Some composting                                                   old landfill sites
composting          Borth
                    Cilmaenllwyd
                    Rhydeinon
                    None
Other

APPENDIX D3.3:          STATUS OF UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN
                        CEREDIGION (as at October 2002)




                                                      SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group                           4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                                 November 2002


Deposit draft agreed by Council
Consultation period from September 26th for 8 weeks
Public Inquiry expected Nov 2003




                                                      SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group                                                          4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                                                                November 2002

APPENDIX D4 .1:          STATUS OF WASTE COLLECTION CONTRACTS IN
                         NEATH PORT TALBOT (as at October 2002)

Type                District & Contractor                 Finish Date               Comment

Refuse        DSO



Recycling     DSO

Street        DSO
Cleansing



APPENDIX D4 .2:          CONTRACTS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
                         AND DISPOSAL IN NEATH PORT TALBOT (as at October
                2002)


Type                 Sites and Contractor                  Start        Finish     Comment
                                                           Date         Date
                     Existing contract with LAWDC                       Possibly   Planning permission at Briton
Disposal             (NPT Waste Management Ltd)                         2003?      Ferry Landfill Site currently
(landfill)                                                                         due to expire in 2008
                     New contract will be with HLC at      2002         2027
                     Crwmlyn Burrows
                     3 CA sites in County:
CA Sites             - Britan Ferry
(HWRC)               - Pwllfawatkins (Pontardawe)
                     - Cymer (Port Talbot)
                     one sites operated by LAWDC
                     2 by private contractor

Bring Banks          19 recycling centres across County
                     operated by various private
                     contractors

Centralised          None
composting

                     None
Other

APPENDIX D4.3:           STATUS OF UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN
                         NEATH PORT TALBOT (as at October 2002)


Final Deposit UDP Plan will be available End of November




                                                   SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group            4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                  November 2002




                                       SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group                                                           4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                                                                 November 2002

APPENDIX D5 .1:          STATUS OF WASTE COLLECTION CONTRACTS IN
                         PEMBROKESHIRE (as at October 2002)

Type                District & Contractor                  Finish Date                Comment
                                                                           Mainly at Witheyhedge Landfill
Refuse        DSO


              DSO
Recycling

Street        DSO
Cleansing

APPENDIX D5 .2:          CONTRACTS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
                         AND DISPOSAL IN PEMBROKESHIRE (as at October 2002)


Type                 Sites and Contractor                   Start        Finish     Comment
                                                            Date         Date
                     Resource Management UK                 6/6/97       6/6/2007   Mainly to Witheyhedge
Disposal                                                                            Landfill
(landfill)

                     6 CA sites in County:
CA Sites             - Pembroke Dock (Shanks)
(HWRC)               - Tenby (Shanks)
                     Other 4 sites operated by DSO

Bring Banks          70 recycling centres across County
                     operated by various private
                     contractors

Centralised          None
composting

                     None
Other

APPENDIX D5.3:           STATUS OF UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN
                         PEMBROKESHIRE (as at October 2002)


Pembrokesshire CC and Pembrokeshire Coast National Park are working together to produce a Joint UDP. The
deposit period was Summer 2002. Objections and replies currently being considered. Public Inquiry expected
late 2002.




                                                     SLR
South West Wales Waste Working Group                                                         4b/483/001
Strategic Assessment Report                                                               November 2002

APPENDIX D6 .1:          STATUS OF WASTE COLLECTION CONTRACTS IN
                         SWANSEA (as at October 2002)

Type                District & Contractor                 Finish Date                 Comment

Refuse        DSO


              DSO
Recycling

Street        DSO
Cleansing

APPENDIX D6 .2:          CONTRACTS FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT
                         AND DISPOSAL IN SWANSEA (as at October 2002)


Type                 Sites and Contractor                  Start        Finish       Comment
                                                           Date         Date
                     Swansea City WDC (LAWDC)              11/96        11/2006
Disposal
(landfill)

                     6 CA sites owned and operated by
CA Sites             LAWDC
(HWRC)


Bring Banks          18 recycling centres across County
                     operated by various private
                     contractors

Centralised          None
composting

                     None
Other

APPENDIX D6.3:           STATUS OF UNITARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN IN
                         SWANSEA (as at October 2002)


The Draft UDP has been agreed by the Council. Public Inquiry to begin January 2003




                                                   SLR

				
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