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Information for La Collette 2 Reclamation Area, La Collette, St. Helier

Status: Existing
Planning Region: Bailiwick of Jersey
Planning Sub-Region: Jersey
Operator: Jersey Transport And Technical Services
Capacity: 126,000
Campaign Group(s): Save our Shores (SOS)
Notes: The La Collette incinerator replaces the old Bellozanne incinerator. Accepted household waste for the first time on the 27th of December 2010 [Source]. In April 2016 it was announced that Guernsey’s waste would be sent to Sweden rather than to Jersey as Jersey was too expensive [Source]. (Entry updated 2016-04-21)

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