Tag Archive for 'Valerie Cameron'

Continued concern over incinerator emissions at Whispers Vinery

April 26th, 2013 by Paul Aitchison

The privately owned and operated Whispers Vinery waste wood incinerator at Vazon Bay had operated from March 2011 but following complaints from local residents about pungent smoke, and following emission testing, the plant was shut down after three months. In December 2012, the States of Guernsey gave the go-ahead for the waste wood incinerator to […]

French regulators approve increased release into the English Channel of radioactive tritium from Flamanville nuclear power plants

October 31st, 2010 by Anne Sandwith

‘Flamanville tritium levels barely detectable’ reports The Guernsey Press (30 October 2010) quoting a press release from Valerie Cameron, Guernsey’s Director of Environmental Health and Pollution Regulation. Channel Island residents heard via the media that EdF, the French operators of the nuclear power plants on the Normandy coast, had been granted permission by French regulators […]

Air Quality in Guernsey – A report by the Office of Environmental Health & Pollution Regulation

July 9th, 2010 by Richard Lord

The “Air Quality in Guernsey” report is the first comprehensive ‘air quality screening and assessment’ that has been produced for Guernsey.  The report focuses on sources and levels of local ambient (outdoor) air pollution in comparison with the standards and objectives set in UK law. The report details specific air pollutants including benzene; 1,3 butadiene; […]

Guernsey’s Director of Environmental Health & Pollution Regulation would like your views on Air Pollution regulations

July 7th, 2010 by Richard Lord

Valerie Cameron, Director of Environmental Health and Pollution Regulation, gave a presentation on Guernsey’s air quality and air pollution on 6 July 2010 to an audience of about 50 Guernsey residents. She said that the presentation began a public consultation period that would end in August 2010 that would help her draft Ordinances on air […]