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Innovative, stylish and green; Extex simplifying choice Extex, Britain's leading luxury outdoor furnishing fabric producer continues to be ahead of the curve as they launch their new simplified and innovative system, The Extex Essentials Show Card.
21 August 19
Xylem supports operation to make Whaley Bridge dam safe A major disaster was narrowly averted in a well-coordinated operation to prevent the collapse of the dam wall at Toddbrook Reservoir in Whaley Bridge
20 August 19
Flat Holm is the first island to be awarded ‘Bee Friendly' status Image
Flat Holm has become the first island to be awarded ‘Bee Friendly' status. The ‘Bee Friendly' scheme, which aims to make Wales the first pollinator-friendly nation in the world, has four priorities.
13 August 19
Ynys Echni yw'r ynys gyntaf i gael statws ‘Cyfeillgar i Wenyn' Image
Ynys Echni yw'r ynys gyntaf i gael statws ‘Cyfeillgar i Wenyn'. Mae gan y cynllun ‘Cyfeillgar i Wenyn', sydd â'r nod o wneud Cymru yn genedl gynta'r byd sy'n gyfeillgar i beillwyr, bedwar o flaenoriaethau.
13 August 19
Petpals Franchisees gain Higher Standard in licensing regulations Image
 PR ContactLouise Bruce0044 787 602 6432louise@bigredboxpr.com 12 August 2019Press Release for immediate ReleasePetpals franchise owners pass Ofqual Level 3 Professional Daycare and Boarding Course.Im
12 August 19
Hwb bioamrywiaeth i Fferm y Fforest Image
Mae bioamrywiaeth am dderbyn hwb yn Fferm y Fforest yn cilyn cynnig llwyddiannus am gyllid a fydd yn golygu ystod o gynefinoedd yn y warchodfa natur boblogaidd yn cael eu gwella a'u hadfer.
08 August 19
Biodiversity boost for Forest Farm Image
Biodiversity is getting a boost at Forest Farm following a successful bid for funding that will see a range of habitats at the popular nature reserve enhanced and restored.
08 August 19
TRA ASKS INDONESIA TO REVIEW UNWORKABLE 0% CONTAMINATION LIMIT The Recycling AssociationHeritage House, Vicar Lane, Daventry, NN11 4GDTel: +44 (0) 1327 703223 Fax: +44 (0) 1327 300612Email: simon.ellin@iwppa.co.ukWebsite: www.therecyclingassociation.com  Press re
08 August 19
Gwyliwch rhag y Twyllwyr Gwastraff Image
Mae trigolion yn cael eu rhybuddio yn erbyn twyllwyr gwastraff sy'n cynnig gwasanaethau clirio anghyfreithlon ar draws Caerdydd sy'n arwain at wastraff maint tri Tyranosorws Recs yn cael ei dipio'n anghyfreithlon ar strydoedd y ddinas bob wythnos. Mae cl
08 August 19
Beware of the Waste Cowboys Image
Beware waste cowboys offering illegal disposal services across Cardiff which sees fly-tipped material the size of three Tyrannosaurus Rex left on the city's streets every week, costing tax-payers thousands in clean-ups, residents are being warned.
08 August 19
Ashford Borough Council's zero tolerance approach against fly tippers Image
Ashford Borough Council has successfully prosecuted a woman involved in an incident where domestic rubbish was found dumped in a country lane.
07 August 19
2600 mile walk for Underdog Charity 07 August 2019Brit walking 2600 miles from Mexico to Canadafor Underdog International Paul Freeman has taken a six-month sabbatical from his job at a satellite operator to walk from Mexico to Canada t
07 August 19
Ashford given government funding to build garden village community Image
A cluster of major developments in Ashford, Kent, have been included in a national government housing building initiative and allocated £150,000 funding to support their delivery.
06 August 19
ZL6 data logger is user-friendly for analysing environmental data Image
 Labcell, the UK distributor for METER Group, is introducing the METER ZL6 data logger that is designed to take the pain out of setting up a data acquisition system and performing analyses.
05 August 19
£3 million National Lottery boost for Ashford's Victoria Park regeneration Image
Kent's Ashford Borough Council have put plans in motion for regeneration after being awarded more than £3 million from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to revitalise Victoria Park.
05 August 19
Ashford Borough Council win in fly tipping case on local farmland Image
Ashford Borough Council has successfully prosecuted a woman involved in an incident where domestic rubbish was found dumped in a country lane. Kayleigh Louise Wigman has been fined £1,000 and ordered to pay costs of £1,251.50 by magistrates.
01 August 19