PUBLIC SERVICES has announced that partial kerbside recycling collections will come into force from March next year.
GUERNSEY Recycling are keen to work with parish binmen to run a permanent kerbside recycling and waste separating scheme.
ISLANDERS are being encouraged to follow the three Rs – reduce, reuse and recycle – in a drive to cut down on waste.
A VALE deputy said Public Services has not entirely persuaded him that the 600% increase in the export waste strategy’s capital costs was ‘anything other than an epic blunder’.
PARISH waste collectors could see their businesses increase rather than being ‘squeezed out’ if centralised kerbside collections were introduced, Public Services has said.
ABOUT 30,000 milk and juice cartons, which islanders washed and squashed for recycling, have been dumped in landfill after the load was contaminated.
PUBLIC Services will look to centralise black bag collections, its minister has confirmed.
DOUZAINES appreciated a government update on the waste strategy but will wait anxiously for more detail about its costs, officials have said.
ST SAMPSON’S, St Peter Port and St Martin’s will be the first parishes to see kerbside recycling, douzaines have been told.
ST MARTIN’S douzaine has signalled its opposition to glass being included in overnight kerbside recycling.