Ever wondered what happens to all the dirty water you flush down your toilet or rinse down your sink? Here's your chance to find out!
Welsh Water are opening a number of their Wastewater Treatment Works for the day to show customers what they do to clean their waste water and make sure is safe to return to our rivers and seas.
On Friday 2nd November, Welsh Water will be opening its treatment works in Cardiff, Pen-y-bont, Llanberis, Mold, Pembroke Dock and Hereford for local residents. The event aims to show people the crucial role the works plays in protecting public health and keeping the local environment clean and safe.
Here are some details of facilities across the country:
Pen-y-bont Wastewater Treatment Works
Portobello, Ogmore-By-Sea, CF32 0QP
Llanberis Wastewater Treatment Works
Llanberis, Caernarfon, LL55 4TY
Cardiff Wastewater Treatment Works
Tide Fields Road, Rover Way, Cardiff, CF24 2RX
Mold Wastewater Treatment Works
Bromfield Lane, CH7 1HA
Pembroke Dock Wastewater Treatment Works
Fort Road, Pembroke Dock, SA72 6SX
Rotherwas Wastewater Treatment Works
Beech Lane, Hereford, HR2 6FG
If you fancy taking a look you can visit the treatment works between 10am and 2pm to see what the not-for-profit company does to keep things flowing freely. Guided tours of the works can be pre-booked by emailing Welsh Water on firstname.lastname@example.org