Tag Archive for 'bring bank'

What is it going to take to cure our wasteful society?

June 24th, 2012 by Richard Lord

The St Peter Port Constables ask that St Peter Port residents place their household waste for collection in the appropriate location after dark on the evening before the morning of collection. St Peter Port parish distributes a notice to all households, which states “only one bag of refuse is anticipated from each domestic household within […]

WRAP’s Recycle Week is from 20 to 26 June 2011

June 6th, 2011 by Events

Recycle Week is an annual event to highlight the many ways we can increase our community’s recycling rate. The States of Guernsey Public Services Department continues to increase the number of items that can be recycled so that our community can breach the 50 percent recycling target set for household waste by the States of […]

In Guernsey you are never far from a recycling facility

December 3rd, 2010 by Richard Lord

The States of Guernsey Public Services Department has established 37 bring bank sites around the island.  Eight of these sites are considered super sites as they can receive nearly all the material that can be recycled currently in Guernsey. In 2010 the Public Services Department placed recycling bins at some seaside kiosks. There are many […]

What Plastics can households currently recycle at Guernsey’s bring banks?

April 14th, 2010 by Richard Lord

There can be confusion about what household plastic items can be taken to Guernsey’s eight super bring bank sites. These sites are located at Cobo Village, Vazon, Checkers (Manor Stores) in St. Martin, Safeway, Salerie corner, L’Eree, Longfrie Inn, and Chouet. Currently only plastic No. 1 and plastic No. 2 can be recycled at the […]