Pembrokeshire's award-winning beaches generate a huge number of
visits to the
County each year which, in turn, generate a significant amount of waste.
Now a new litter recycling project has been set up so that
residents can recycle their waste as easily as they can at home.
The Sea, Sand and Sort beach litter recycling project provides
on-the-go facilities at 25 beaches across the County.
Bins will be available for mixed recycling, glass (available at
and general black bag waste.
"Our natural environment is among the best in the world and we
want to keep
it that way," said Councillor Huw George, Cabinet member for Environmental and
"That means keeping our beaches clean and litter free as well as
the long term future of our environment by encouraging recycling."
The beach litter project has been part funded through the
Development Fund through the Welsh Government under the Convergence and Green
Seas beach improvement scheme.
Recycling facilities will be available at: Poppit sands, Newport
(Traeth Mawr), Cwm yr Eglwys, Whitesands, Caerfai (car park at Oriel y Parc),
Newgale (PCC car park and PCNPA car park by Pebbles Café), Broad Haven North, St
Brides, Martins Haven, Marloes Sands, Dale (PCC car park), West Angle Bay,
Bosheston, Broad Haven South, Barafundle (Stakepole Quay), Freshwater East,
Manorbier, Lydstep Haven, Penally (Station), Tenby South Beach, Tenby North
Beach, Tenby Castle Beach, Tenby Harbour, Saundersfoot (by TIC), Coppet Hall and