We take a proactive approach to promoting individual responsibility for recycling across Carmarthenshire and beyond. We’re excited to invite local schools, groups and organisations to our ECO Park in Nantycaws, Carmarthen where our knowledgeable team can demonstrate the repair, reuse and recycling process and educate visitors of all ages on how they can make a difference.

But that’s not all! At our reuse village and education centre visitors can learn innovative ways to repurpose materials and reduce waste. Our centre is a hub for sustainability education and offers fun and interactive activities for all ages.

And if you’re looking to take things up a notch, we can even arrange controlled visits to other recycling facilities. Come join us and let’s make a positive impact together.

School visits

Get ready to learn and get your hands dirty! For the past decade, we’ve been hosting school visits at our ECO park in Nantycaws. Our park is a dynamic hub of environmental innovation and we’re excited to share it with you.

Come and experience our state-of-the-art facilities and learn about the latest technologies and practices in sustainability. Our knowledgeable staff will guide you through interactive exhibits and activities that showcase the importance of preserving our planet for future generations.

Book your visit today and join the countless students who’ve been inspired by our ECO park.

Children learning at CWM

Canolfan Eto reuse village

At our dedicated reuse village, you’ll find an assortment of shops, an education centre and a café. Learn more about our reuse village Canolfan Eto.

Education centre
School visit at Canolfan Eto

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Learn more about our impact

At CWM Environmental, we take our environmental impact very seriously and we’re committed to reducing our carbon footprint. Find out how our state-of-the-art materials recycling facility allows us to recycle and repurpose waste materials and how we’re invested in technology that converts waste to energy, providing a sustainable source of power to local communities.

Wildflowers at CWM Nantycaws with wind turbine on the horizon