Here are Green Delaware’s comments to the DNREC on this point: [It is not supposed to be all italic but for some reason I can’t get rid of that] Continue reading
“We are very happy to have this opportunity to partner with your organization to improve environmental quality in our state”
–letter from David Small, Acting Secretary
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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
Which are standing for a healthy future?
Public outcry needed to beat special interests…. Continue reading
BASF, with help from “Clean Air Council,” seeks to roll back Del. environmental laws, build highly-polluting “biomass” incinerator in Newport, DE
Public outrage needed NOW.Â See below for action steps.
Today, January 12, 2010, the Delaware General Assembly goes back into session.Â As usual, this presents both threats and opportunities.
Delaware has few environmental distinctions.Â One of these few is a strong law against incinerators.
Since 2000 this law, championed by State Senator David McBride, has protected thousands of people from death and disease caused by air pollution.
Special interests don’t stop conniving to weaken it.Â Continue reading
This is not light reading, but neither is the subject.Â Anyone wanting to know more about air pollution and health will find it worthwhile to plow through these 38 pages.
Update on Ciba’s attempt to bring back incineration
Meeting to promote incinerator being held Thurs. May 28th in Newport, 7:00 pm
“Iâ€™m going to oppose any change. If you canâ€™t breathe, nothing else matters”
–Sen Dave McBride
“nothing less is at stake than our health and the health of our children.”
–Alan Muller, Green Delaware
The News Journal also has done a story:
(The rest of Delaware’s media, including blogs, has mostly been in blackout mode.)
As bad people are trying to open the door to renewed incinerator pollution in Delaware, it is well to be reminded of the effects on our health that this would have.