Belle Greve neighbours speak of dust ‘misery’
Wednesday 25th July 2012, 5:00PM BST.
DUST has been making life a misery for neighbours of the Belle Greve waste pumping station.
Work on the new station and storm drain tank began in March and residents said the dust from the excavation had become a problem.
Guernsey Water director of water services Andrew Redhead said workers were doing what they could to alleviate the issue, but recognised it was difficult for neighbours.
Mick Ozard lives in a flat nearby and rents a parking space on the main access to the site.
He said dust was covering everything nearby, including his car. ‘It has been terrible,’ he said. ‘Every day it is covered – there is no point washing it.’
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