PARISHIONERS from the Western districts had a chance to ask questions on waste and kerbside recycling at a meeting yesterday evening.
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VALE parishioners aired their views about island-wide waste collections and kerbside recycling at a parish meeting on Friday.
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’.
PUBLIC SERVICES should take a report to the States to explain why the cost of building infrastructure for its export waste strategy has increased by £20.5m., Deputy Peter Gillson has said.
DOUZAINES must stand up to the States over the kerbside collection of recyclable materials, Castel parishioners have said.
CRITICS have demanded that Public Services come clean with islanders over the true cost of dealing with Guernsey’s refuse.
PUBLIC Services has revealed a shock £20.5m. increase in the expected costs of building the infrastructure needed for the island’s waste strategy.
PLANS for centralised kerbside recycling could be dead in the water unless all the douzaines agree to take part, the Public Services Department has said.
ST MARTIN’S will rebel against plans to centralise waste collection, with other parishes now considering whether to join the fight against Public Services.
PUBLIC Services is writing to all douzaines to find out if their current waste contractors want to be involved in collecting recyclables.
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