Council officers are pulling out all the stops to uncover the source of a fly problem in parts of Llanelli.
They have been working around the clock with outside organisations to try to identify the cause in and around the Llanelli area, following calls from the public.
Currently there are no works being carried out to the town’s sewerage system, with Dŵr Cymru’s on-going Rainscape investment work only focussing on the surface water system.
Environmental health officers will continue to monitor the area.
The council’s executive board member for public protection, Cllr Philip Hughes, said: “Working closely with a number of partner organisations, our officers are doing all they can to try to locate the source of the problem. This work is on-going.
“Having visited Dŵr Cymru’s RainScape site, our officers are satisfied that the fly problem is not related to this work. Please be assured we are doing everything we can and will continue to monitor the area.”
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