Douzaines slam plans for kerbside recycling
Tuesday 13th November 2012, 12:00PM GMT.
PUBLIC Services is facing a backlash over its kerbside recycling proposals.
Douzaines spoken to by the Guernsey Press expressed concerns about the costs, who will be responsible for billing islanders and the need for compensation for their current refuse collectors.
Questions will now be asked in the States in an attempt to shed more light on the impact of the collection scheme for food waste and dry recyclables.
Kerbside collections are meant to be introduced in stages from around next November, but some douzaines still have years left to run on contracts with their refuse collectors and fear becoming unpopular fee-collectors for the States after the scheme is introduced.