Litter and Waste
Jersey is a beautiful island. Reducing litter, which harms wildlife and costs money to clear every year, will help us to preserve the environment for future generations.
Talking with your child about what they can do to prevent litter from spoiling the environment or endangering wildlife will provide valuable reinforcement to the work that is going on in your child's school. We need all children and young people to become good citizens of the future.
The Beautiful Jersey campaign will provide you with a lot of information to help you talk to your child about litter and how to dispose of this in the right way.
Reducing the use of single use items, reusing or recycling them also helps to protect the environment. You can do this with everything from bottles to clothing. Find out more from the links below.
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Links with more information
|Beach cleaning advice||A PDF from Ports of Jersey to help you and your child to stay safe when on a beach clean.|
|Jersey beach clean||Information about beach cleaning in Jersey from Littlefeet Environmental.|
|Parish recycling collection and facilties||Information on local recycling collections and facilities close to your home.|
|La Collette household recycling facilities||Information about what you can and cannot recycle in terms of household and green waste.|
|Recycling clothes||Local information about recycling clothing in Jersey.|
Charity shops in Jersey
You can take the clothes that you no longer wish to keep to charity shops on the island, where they can be bought and reused. You are also helping the charity too, whether you are buying or donating clothes. Click on the links below to find more details about some of Jersey's charity shops.
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