• ESG questions whether £4,000 dust fine goes far enough

    ESG questions whether £4,000 dust fine goes far enough0

    Local environmental group ESG has questioned whether fines imposed on the operator of Gibraltar’s shipyard were sufficient to ensure dust pollution was reduced. Gibdock was fined £4,000 by the Magistrates Court over excessive levels of black dust caused by the firm’s operations at the shiprepair yard. “The ESG feels the fine on GibDock does not

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  • Govt regrets ESG’s stance on cycle lanes

    Govt regrets ESG’s stance on cycle lanes0

    The Gibraltar Government has said it ‘regrets’ a statement by the Environmental Safety Group calling on the Government to revisit and reverse its decision to implement out-of-hours cycle lanes. In a statement No.6 Convent Place said it regrets that the ESG of all NGOs and organisations should, at the first signs of any “resistance and

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  • ESG responds to budgetary environmental measures

    ESG responds to budgetary environmental measures0

    The Environmental Safety Group has welcomed the various budgetary environmental measures announced by the Chief Minister on greening up Gibraltar’s vehicles. “We have campaigned for such measures in fuel type used by local vehicles in line with a number of other European cities,” said the group. “Industry has been given substantial time to achieve these

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  • ESG reiterates dockyard concerns

    ESG reiterates dockyard concerns0

    The Environmental Safety Group has flagged its continuing concerns over the impact of noise and air pollution from the Dockyard area on local residents. This is despite a Gibraltar Government statement issued earlier this year insisting that it is constantly monitoring Gibdock’s operations in order to minimise their impact on the environment, the group said.

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