Recycling in Rowen

 

 

 

 

 

Compost for the community from our green bag garden waste

Household Recycling Centre, Mochdre
Click here for information and price list and to book a visit.
Update August 2020…
The Recycling Centre is now operating a booking system.
Book online and select your preferred date and time.
When you arrive, a meeter and greeter checks your vehicle reg. number on a list, and waves you in.
You have about 10 minutes to unload.  When I went there (early August) there was only one other vehicle in the yard.
It was well-organized, safe and friendly.  Well-recommended.
You can visit up to three times per month.  I’m already looking forward to my next visit!

Rowen’s doorstep recycling collection day is every Monday, anytime from 7am to 3pm.
Our black wheelie bins are emptied every four weeks.  Click here  to check your dates.
Recycling in Rowen public car park…
Shoes bank
Textiles bank

Books and DVD’s can be exchanged in Rowen’s Telephone Kiosk Information Point, T-kip.

Rowen Car Park is not a dumping ground for commercial catering waste, domestic rubbish, furniture, builders’ waste etc.  This is  fly-tipping and offenders may be prosecuted.
You can report fly-tipping to Conwy Council via fixmystreet.com

Composting bins are available from Conwy County Borough Council at a reduced price.

Rowen’s Car Boot Sales are a great way to convert your unwanted clutter into folding cash, and an enjoyable social occasion.

You can give unwanted items away on Trash Nothing Conwy, which is similar to the old Conwy FreeCycle.  Old pallets, flatscreen TV and a guinea pig hutch were all on offer one day recently.
Or you can email us with unwanted items for collection, and we will add them to our weekly Rowen email newsletter, eg. Old shed, greenhouse, horticultural glass, timber etc.  Email peterhoney914@gmail.com

Occasional community skips for domestic waste are provided in Rowen Car Park.

Useful websites   https://lessplastic.co.uk/  for ideas on using less plastic.
Conwy Friends of the Earth  https://friendsoftheearth.uk/groups/conwy

Updated February 2020

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