Tag: environment

Public asked to stay out of the water at Rhyl’s Marine Lake

Precautionary signs have been placed around Marine Lake in Rhyl, advising people not to enter the water after blue-green marine algae was reported at the location. Blue-Green algae (cyanobacteria) are natural inhabitants of many inland waters, estuaries and the sea. Blue-Green algal blooms produce toxins that can adversely affect human […]

Recycling centres in Cowny & Denbighshire set to reopen

Denbighshire County Council has announced it will re-open the household waste recycling centres during the week commencing 25th May. The date will be confirmed in the coming days and the three waste and recycling centres at Lon Parcwr (Ruthin), Colomendy Industrial Estate (Denbigh) and Marsh Road (Rhyl) will re-open for the […]

Garden waste update for Denbighshire residents

Denbighshire County Council is updating its position on its garden waste collection which was suspended following the coronavirus outbreak. The Council, like all other councils across Wales, has needed to introduce significant changes to protect the health and well-being of the public and its staff. Those changes included the suspension […]

Work to begin on the £27million flood defence scheme for East Rhyl

Work is due to begin on a £27million flood defence scheme in Rhyl. The East Rhyl Coastal Defence Scheme will protect 1,650 properties in East Rhyl and will be funded through the Welsh Government, as well as part funding by Denbighshire County Council. Preparatory work on the two year project […]

35-acre wetland in Prestatyn has been saved for future community use by council

Wetland purchased for Prestatyn A 35-acre wetland in Prestatyn has been saved for community use for generations to come. Denbighshire County Council secured Welsh Government funding to purchase the site known as the Morfa in the centre of Prestatyn to protect its status as a natural wetland resource. The land […]