Skip to main content Skip to accessibility
This website is not compatible with your web browser. You should install a newer browser. If you live in Jersey and need help upgrading call the States of Jersey web team on 440099.
Government of

Information and public services for the Island of Jersey

L'înformâtion et les sèrvices publyis pouor I'Île dé Jèrri

  • Choose the service you want to log in to:


    Update your notification preferences


    Access government services


    Clear goods through customs or claim relief

  • Talentlink

    View or update your States of Jersey job application

Recycling park plans

25 September 2014

Plans for a new wide-ranging recycling park at La Collette have been announced by the Transport and Techinical Services (TTS) Minister, Deputy Kevin Lewis.

TTS is seeking planning approval for a new purpose-built facility which will make recycling easier and more accessible for the public.

The household recycling facilities at Bellozanne were established eight years ago and have been well used but were a temporary measure and not ideal for public use or for operational access for TTS.

The proposed La Collette recycling park would provide plenty of room for public access and unloading and room for expansion including purpose-built facilities for receiving items for reuse. It would be used by both commercial operators and householders, as the long term vision is to bring together the household recycling centre, household green waste reception and waste metals recycling currently located at Bellozanne with the existing La Collette facilities of Energy from Waste, commercial organics recycling and aggregates recycling.

Centralising the Island’s recycling operations at La Collette means that recycling will be more easy to export from the port and TTS can work more efficiently from a single site.

Deputy Lewis said “Our plan to develop a recycling park at La Collette is our solution to providing a sustainable and future proof service for the Island’s waste. The park will provide easy to use purpose built facilities for the public and allow us to work more efficiently within a dedicated base for our waste management activities.”

View a video on the recycling park

Back to top
rating button