Just one of Jersey’s 12 parishes is still yet to embrace kerbside recycling - but that could change after a meeting this week.
St. Clement parishioners have been invited to an Assembly at the Parish Hall on Thursday 3 March at 19:00 to “discuss the merits or otherwise of kerbside recycling in the Parish and decide upon the course of action that the Parish should take.”
In September, St. Martin became the tenth parish to adopt a household recycling collection scheme.
38 parishioners were in favour of the move, while just four were against.
The following month, a motion to introduce kerbside recycling in Grouville passed by just one vote.
Express spoke to the Government's former recycling manager of 14 years, Emma Richardson-Calladine, who now has her own sustainability consultancy and has worked hard to encourage parishes to embrace recycling, in November about the future of the green practice locally...
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