‘Worst site in Wales’ shut down for permit breaches

Continual breaches of permit conditions have led Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to close a scrapyard in north Wales

Clywd Breakers' scrapyard
Clywd Breakers' scrapyard, as seen in November. It has now been cleared.

Continual breaches of permit conditions have led Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to close a scrapyard in north Wales.

Clwyd Breakers’ site in the Gardden Industrial Estate in Ruabon, near Wrexham, has been described as among the worst-performing waste sites in Wales. The regulator’s decision to withdraw its permit means that the firm can no longer lawfully store or dismantle end-of-life vehicles.

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