Tag Archive for 'mayside recycling'

Mayside Recycling deconstructs televisions for recycling

April 28th, 2011 by Mayside Recycling

If you wish to dispose of a television please take it to the Longue Hougue domestic waste recycling facility. From here it will be collected and deconstructed at Mayside Recycling to recycle the components. To find out more about the recycling services provided by Mayside Recycling please visit their home page.  

Guernsey recycling during Easter Bank Holiday weekend

April 22nd, 2011 by States of Guernsey Public Services Department

STAFF from States Works and Mayside Recycling will be emptying bring banks as normal throughout the Bank Holiday weekend, including Sunday, to help cope with any ‘eggstra’ Easter packaging. Public Services’ recycling collectors will be on an ‘egg hunt’ at the bring bank sites around the island for the ‘eggstra’ packaging left over from Easter […]

Guernsey Clematis Nursery and Amalgamated Facilities Management have received the ‘Keep Guernsey Green’ Award for conserving energy and managing their waste effectively

March 14th, 2011 by States of Guernsey Environment Department

Amalgamated Facilities Management (AFM) and Guernsey Clematis Nursery Ltd have successfully achieved the ‘Keep Guernsey Green’ Award following their efforts in conserving energy and managing their waste effectively. Both companies were assisted through the process by Alan Collenette, an assessor for the Keep Guernsey Green Award. Mr Collenette was impressed with the level of commitment […]

Plastic bottle tops can be recycled now but don’t leave them screwed tight on the bottle

January 21st, 2011 by Richard Lord

You may notice next time you go to a Guernsey bring bank that there is a notice below the openings to the bring banks for plastic. The notice says “No bottle tops – Remove and dispose of before recycling.” With the advent of bring bank recycling for plastic number 5 (PP) and plastic number 6 […]

Guernsey recycling of plastics 5 and 6 off to a flying start

January 21st, 2011 by Richard Lord

The Guernsey recycling of plastic 5 (PP) and 6 (PS) became possible today thanks to a Public Services Department and Mayside Recycling initiative. A quick visit to the Salerie Corner bring banks this morning showed there was a pent-up demand for recycling plastics number 5 (PP) and plastic number 6 (PS). Within minutes Mike Weysom […]

The States of Guernsey Public Services Department set to expand plastic recycling at bring banks to include polypropylene (PP, no. 5) and Polystyrene (PS, no. 6) plastics

December 7th, 2010 by States of Guernsey Public Services Department

The States of Guernsey Public Services Department is set to expand the range of household plastic items that can be recycled at the island’s bring banks. Although many products are generally referred to as plastic, they are made from a range of different materials. Until now only two of these could be recycled locally, but […]

Archivist and Guernsey Chamber of Commerce earn Keep Guernsey Green Award

October 23rd, 2010 by States of Guernsey Environment Department

Achivist and the Chamber of Commerce Guernsey have become the latest companies to receive the Keep Guernsey Green Award following their efforts in conserving energy and managing their waste effectively. It is the second time that the Chamber of Commerce has received the Award after taking part in the pilot of the scheme in 2006. […]

Mayside Recycling deconstructs televisions for recycling components in the UK

July 7th, 2010 by Richard Lord

All televisions and computer monitors that consumers bring to the Longue Hougue civic amenity site run by Guernsey’s Public Services Department can now be fully recycled. Two months ago Mayside Recycling Ltd. in St. Sampson began accepting televisions and computer monitors for recycling. Mayside Recycling won’t accept any televisions or monitors from members of the […]