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Severn Trent merges with Dee Valley Water 

Responding to news that Dee Valley Water and Severn Trent have merged to become a single company, Russell George, Assembly Member for Montgomeryshire, said:

 

Future for Powys' recycling centres far from certain 

The decision by Powys County Council’s Cabinet to reduce the number of days which recycling centres in Newtown and Welshpool will be open has been criticised by Montgomeryshire AM Russell George.

 

Montgomeryshire farmers enjoy breakfast success 

Montgomeryshire farmers opened their kitchens to put the spotlight on #FarmingMatters, the importance of the rural economy and to promote the great Welsh breakfast produce available.

 

Recycling progress at risk says AM

The recycling and waste management challenges faced by businesses and residents in Powys was the subject of a National Assembly debate sponsored by Montgomeryshire AM, Russell George.

 

Powys refuse to publish refuse timetables  

Powys County Council should provide timetables for collection of refuse, according to Russell George, Assembly Member for Montgomeryshire.

 

The council has previously issued residents with timetables of when the 3 weekly collections will visit their homes.