Maintain highway road gullies on primary routes and non-primary routes
Please note: If vehicles are parked over a gully it is not possible for it to be cleaned. We do not attend to gullies with sewerage odours.
Non-primary Route Gullies:
Cleaned every 9 months
Primary Route Gullies:
Cleaned annually after the autumn leaf fall.
Gully Waste Recycling
Gully Waste Recycling Centre
In May 2007 in conjunction with specialists from Edinburgh University, we designed and constructed a wetland reed bed recycling facility for gully effluent.
The reed bed wetland facility allows partnering councils to recycle gully waste at a reduced cost.
The site treats approximately 1,200 tonnes of road gully risings a year as a sludge type material. The project was also funded by Bridgend County Borough Council and Cardiff Council.
The facility is viewed by the three authorities as the sustainable solution to the problem of gully recycling.
Report a Blocked, Damaged or Broken Gully
Report a gully problem using our online form
To report a highway drainage problem please complete our online form or contact Visible Services:
Report a Problem with Gully Online