Début du combat : 05/04/2018
The landfill of Dollemard is slowly releasing its 13 000 truck loads of waste into the English Channel. Now is the time for solutions to coastal and riverine landfills breaking down.
Our coastal defender observed an avalanche of waste coming from this landfill with every high tide and storm event. By 2050, these 13 000 truck loads of waste will have all fallen into the English Channel, and it is effecting everyone.
Lots of environmental organisations, and locals have gathered around the issue. A collective of citizens formed by Surfrider contains the groups Ecologie pour le Havre, France Nature Environnement, SeaMer Asso, SOS Mal de Seine, they are ready to act!
A clear action plan, from the surrounding municipalities and support from Prime Minister Edouard Phlippe to completely excavate this landfill for the beaches, the ocean and their users.
WHAT THE LAW SAYS
The environmental code (Article L. 556-3) explains that the previous owners, or a subsidiary entitled owner of the site are responsible for the rehabilitation of the polluted site. Unfortunately, the state and regions remain inactive, although the owners of the area have been identified.
Le collectif d'associations formé par Association Ecologie Pour Le Havre, FNE Normandie, Sea-Mer Asso, SOS Mal de Seine et Surfrider Foundation Europe
Association Ecologie Pour Le Havre : http://eplh.free.fr email@example.com
FNE Normandie : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sea-Mer Asso : http://seamer.org email@example.com
SOS Mal de Seine : firstname.lastname@example.org
Surfrider Foundation Europe : email@example.com
Chronologie des faits