Tag Archive for 'Deputy Scott Ogier'

Black plastic has nowhere to go in Guernsey but the Mont Cuet landfill

January 27th, 2013 by Richard Lord

At the end of November 2012 the States of Guernsey Public Services Department changed the labelling of the bring banks accepting plastic, and specified that black plastic would no longer be accepted but all other clean, food container plastic (not Styrofoam food trays, film or plastic bags) would be accepted at Guernsey’s bring banks. The […]

Washing and squashing milk and juice cartons reduces burden on Mont Cuet once again

November 12th, 2010 by States of Guernsey Public Services Department

Local schools have received nearly £14,000 thanks to a campaign that has helped increase the number of drinks cartons being recycled by more than 20%. The Wash & Squash initiative, which has been sponsored and run by HSBC Securities Services (Guernsey) Limited (HSSG) encouraged young islanders to recycle paper-based liquid food and drinks cartons. Fourteen […]

Public Consultation and the development of an effective solid waste strategy

September 26th, 2010 by Peter Roffey

What should our tax strategy be? Or our waste strategy? Should new building go in the urban area or be spread around the island? Should bonfires be banned? The Guernsey public is being consulted almost weekly on decisions – big and small – facing the States of Deliberation. In many ways that is a very […]

Scott Ogier’s speech during the States of Deliberation Energy Policy debate in June 2008

June 25th, 2008 by Scott Ogier

Well I am glad to finally get to the Energy Policy. Much has been said already, I would, however, like to make a few salient points. It is fair to say the members of the group did not all start out of the same mind. As documents were read, presentations viewed and events attended we […]

Deputy Scott Ogier’s speech on Peak Oil and exponential growth to the States of Deliberation

November 27th, 2007 by Scott Ogier

I want to spend a little time on something called Peak Oil It is something I have mentioned here before in this chamber. There was a packed presentation at Candie lecture theatre the other night on the topic at which there were three Deputies, it was a shame there wasn’t more. Some people went through […]