Review of Proposed User-pays Charges for Non-household Liquid WastesBack
This study commissioned by the States of Jersey Environment, Housing and Infrastructure Scrutiny Panel is an independent review of proposals to introduce liquid waste charges for the non-household sector for the first time.
Jersey’s Minister for Infrastructure Eddie Noel put forward proposals to introduce ‘user-pays’ charges for non-household liquid waste earlier this year. As is normal when new policy changes are put forward in the State of Jersey, a scrutiny panel was formed to debate the suggestions. In this instance Eunomia was commissioned to independently review the Department’s plan.
This report was published alongside a report from The Panel on Thursday 13th July 2018 before planned debates to discuss the Minister’s propositions. Eunomia will also be providing an independent review of User-pays Charges for Non-Household Solid Wastes later this summer, due to be reviewed by the Scrutiny Panel in September 2017.
To ensure the new policies are successful Eunomia’s review made six key recommendations to The Panel.
This review is available free of charge. Press the orange button and supply a few details about yourself in order to access the download.