Combined Storm Overflows (CSOs)

Combined Storm Overflows (CSOs) FollowFollow Facts on CSOs  1. The CSO system performs a public health function to manage excess sewage overflows under extreme weather conditions. CSOs are permitted to operate at these times to relieve the sewerage network and prevent...

Nutrient Offsetting

Nutrient Offsetting FollowFollow Afonydd Cymru’s vision is for clean and healthy rivers for all communities in Wales. It is clear that the current water quality of our rivers is poor and that a significant number of our rivers are failing as a result of high nutrient...

Tidal Lagoons

Tidal Lagoons FollowFollow Climate change is one of the greatest environmental challenges facing the wildlife and fisheries of the rivers of Wales. A move to low carbon energy is needed and we support a move to renewable energy. Generating electricity from river flow...

Access to Inland Waters

Access to Inland Waters FollowFollow Afonydd Cymru (AC) recognises that there is increasing demand to use Wales’s inland waters for all forms of recreation and during the pandemic there has been increased participation by paddlers, anglers, outdoor swimmers, and...