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A listing of businesses providing green solutions in Powys

Across Powys there are businesses working on reducing their impact and in supporting the rapid transition to a greener economy. Changing who we give our money to makes a huge difference - but takes research. Changing who we give our money to makes a huge difference - but takes research. So, we are bringing together information to make it easier for you to find greener solutions, and showing you how to green-swap for a sustainable lifestyle.

Green Suppliers


Bike To The Future Social Enterprise
Tom Chandler
Pen Dinas, Llanidloes Road Newtown   SY16 4HX

Bike to the Future is a Community Bicycle Workshop We provide repairs and servicing for all makes and models, plus we support people to learn how to repair and maintain bikes for themselves.

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Dragons Housing co-operative
Steven Jones
Haulfre, Market street, Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant Oswestry   SY10 0JN

We are a fully independent housing co-operative and own and manage a key building in the heart of the village of Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant. We are both a home to our members and we also own a shop which we sublet to the Dragons craft collective, a local group of makers, artisans and crafters.

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Green Lane Burial Field
Eira and Ifor Humphreys
Upper Bryntalch Farm, Abermule, Montgomery, SY15 6LA Montgomery   SY15 6LA
01686 630331

Set amid beautiful scenery in the heart of the Mid-Wales countryside, this green burial field provides an eco friendly alternative funeral choice to cremation. Bordered by woodland this is one of the most attractive natural burial grounds in the country. Environmentally friendly burials in the countryside for people of any faith. Part of a famil

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Lively Veg Sole Trader/Partnership
Lisa Sture
Meifod   SY22 6HY

I specialise in growing perennial kale plants, 3 varieties of mint, and bunches of locally grown flowers. Sometimes I grow other plants and often have veg starts in the Spring.

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Pili-Pala Farm
Tom Edwards
Smithy Llanfyllin   SY225NA

The Welsh word for butterfly, "Pili-Pala", symbolises the transformation we have made to our small farm to bring new life, increase biodiversity and create a productive haven for pollinators. Pili-Pala, is a regenerative 4.5 acre farm in the wilds of mid Wales where we focus on growing

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Sector39 Limited Company
Steven Jones
Dragons co-operative, Haulfre, Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant Oswestry   SY10 0JN

Permaculture is a design system for sustainability, a way of planning to better meet human resource needs in ways that are also harmonious to the natural world.

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Sewn4u.uk Sole Trader/Partnership
Sylvie Locque
The Waen, Trefeglwys Caersws   SY17 5QG

Established since November 2020, I make alternatives to disposables such as make-up remover pads, wipes, sanitary products ranging from thong liners to stress urinary incontinence pads.

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Trefeglwys-Refills Sole Trader/Partnership
Sylvie Locque
The Waen, Trefeglwys Caersws   SY17 5QG
07892 709 494

I offer free delivery in Trefeglwys and Llawr-y-Glyn.

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Ty-Mawr Lime Limited Limited Company
Joyce Morgan-Gervis
Ty-Mawr, Unit 12, Brecon Enterprise Park, Brecon, Powys Brecon   LD3 8BT
01874 611350

Established in 1995, by husband and wife, Nigel and Joyce Gervis, Ty-Mawr Lime Ltd has made an enormous contribution to resurrecting the use of traditional building materials in Wales.

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Waste Not Shop
Jeremy Thorp
3-4 Broad Street Newtown   SY16 2LX

Our mission is to reduce the amount of stuff that ends up in landfill by promoting reuse and repair.

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