The Newark UU’s are having a series called Green Matters Forum Series Wednesdays, February 3, 10, 17, 24, and March 3, 2010, from 7 to 9 pm.
Comment: This was published in the Greenfield [Mass.] Recorder on Jan 26, 2010, but doesn’t seem to be available online. This is not the only medical society to oppose these burners. Delaware, due to wise actions ten years ago, already has in place laws against “biomass” burners. These laws are under attack and need to be strengthened and clarified.
The purpose of this article is to describe the process and scientific rationale for the resolution by the Massachusetts Medical Society opposing biomass plants. Continue reading
Delaware Electric Cooperative involved
Friends, yesterday we reported on a potential agreement to shut down a 177 megawatt coal generating unit in Delaware.Â That’s good news.Â But we have a much nastier piece of coal news that also needs reporting.
The little town of Dendron , Virginia, population 293, over fifty percent black, this week narrowly approved permits for a 1500 megawatt coal unit.Â Many residents of the area are strongly opposed, not wanting their community to be poisoned by a coal burner.Â Check the project promoters’ page to see how the community is being mislead and manipulated. Continue reading
As our readers know, Green Delaware advocates a phase-out of coal burning in Delaware as the only reasonable solution to the multiple problems caused by the “coal cycle.”Â Â Indian River Unit 3 is a 177 megawatt (nameplate capacity) coal burning steam-electric unit started up in 1970. Continue reading