[Press release from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection regarding the “deepening” of the Delaware river.] Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2010
Alert 676: “Zero Waste” in Delaware–Can we get it right?
“Zero Waste” advocated and perverted….
Markell’s Executive Order No. 18 “Leading by Example ….”
In these times of change and opportunity, can Delaware get it right?
This doesn’t make entirely pleasant reading.Â It’s a bit long.Â But there is a reason for “going there:”Â The past is prologue.Â History is trying to repeat itself.Â Some of the names have changed but the underlying (incineration) scams remain. Continue reading
Frieda Berryhill’s comment on Obama’s nuke power giveaways
Public meeting postponed on proposed shutdown of Indian River power plant’s Unit 3
A public information meeting to discuss the proposed shutdown of Unit 3 at NRG’s Indian River Power Plant scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 11, has been postponed by DNREC.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb.Â 16, at the Millsboro Fire Company Banquet Hall. DNREC will provide an overview of a proposal to shut the coal-fired unit and will receive public feedback about the proposal.
See: â€œDNREC negotiating permanent shutdown of additional coal unit at Indian River Power Plantâ€
Please call Governor Jack Markell
Ask him to stop the Delaware Economic Development Office and the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control from
Promoting Incineration in Delaware
Shameful “Clean Air Council” incinerator promotion report
“Burning Biomass in Delaware….”
Please CALL “Clean Air Council” head Joe Minott and ask him to stop promoting incineration in Delaware:
Ask â€œClean Air Councilâ€ to stop promoting incinerators: Joe Minott, Executive Director, 215.567.4004, ext. 116., firstname.lastname@example.org
From our friend Katie Wolfe in Indiana:
Alert 675: Massachusetts Medical Societyâ€™s opposition to “biomass” incinerators, and “your turn!”
(action steps below)
Friends, we have a message our readers have heard before:Â “Stop the Incinerator!”
You heard this when Tom Carper was governor.Â You heard it when Ruth Ann Minner was Governor.Â Now you hear it when Jack Markell is Governor.Â Campaign statements notwithstanding, Markell, on this issue, is proving to be a horse with the same gait.Â Should we call it, “change you can’t believe in?”Â Markell’s promotion of incineration is shockin–we’ve been had! Continue reading