Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure and States' Supervisory Trading Board - P.2017/109
Amendment 1 - The Inert Waste Strategy and a Proposal for a New Facility for Managing Residual Inert Waste - Dep E Yerby & Dep J Merrett [353kb]
Amendment 2 - The Inert Waste Strategy and a Proposal for a New Facility for Managing Residual Inert Waste - Dep B Brehaut & Dep M Dorey [426kb]
The States are asked to decide: -
Whether, after consideration of the Policy Letter entitled 'The Inert Waste Strategy and a Proposal for a new Facility for Managing Residual Inert Waste' of the Committee for the Environment & Infrastructure and the States' Trading Supervisory Board, they are of the opinion:-
1. To approve the strategy for managing inert waste, as set out in Appendix 1 to the policy letter, which includes provision of future on-island facilities for residual inert waste, through means of either on-island coastal land reclamation or quarry infill.
2. To approve the further development of the 'preferred way forward' for the management of residual inert waste through land reclamation at Longue Hougue South, such option having been identified as one of the Best Practical Environmental Options, from a short list of possible options, in accordance with the Environmental Pollution (Guernsey) Law, 2004.
3. To delegate authority to the Policy & Resources Committee to approve expenditure on the 'Analysis and Design' stage of the Inert Waste project as identified in paragraphs 7.1 to 7.6 of this Policy letter, up to a maximum of £1.1 million, funded from the Solid Waste Trading Account.
4. To approve the draft Waste Management Plan, as set out in Appendix 2 to the Policy Letter, in accordance with section 31(3) of the Environmental Pollution (Guernsey) Law, 2004, which is amended from the Waste Management Plan approved by Resolution 1 of 1st August, 2014 on Article IX of Billet d'État No. XVI of 2014 to bring it up to date in particular to reflect-
(a) the above proposals in relation to the strategy for managing inert waste, and
(b) the changes approved to the detail of the Solid Waste Strategy by the Resolutions of 16th February, 2017 on Article III of Billet d'État No. V of 2017.
The above Propositions have been submitted to Her Majesty's Procureur for advice on any legal or constitutional implications in accordance with Rule 4(1) of the Rules of Procedure of the States of Deliberation and their Committees.