Stop the Coseley Eco Park Incinerator

7 Signatures | Petition Ended

Created November 1, 2011 by Carla Lavender-Ward

stop the EPI

We the undersigned call on the Dudley Council and the land owners to reject plans to build an Energy Recovery Facility or similar waste incinerator on land at the proposed Coseley Eco Park on the grounds that such a facility will have a significant adverse effect on neighbouring land uses, amenities and health of the community, including residential areas, schools and nature environments.

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There are currently 7 signatures for this petition:

  1. Carla Lavender-Ward UNITED KINGDOM

    Please reject plans for this facility at the site. If you need to offset the energy used onsite, please use real renewable and non-polluting sources instead.

  2. Antonia King

    Those proposing a facility like this should consider the impact on local residents, and the on the local nature reserve.

  3. Niall King

    Whilst I think that generating electricity from waste incineration is the best way of both disposing of waste and of generating electricity, this is definitely the wrong place for such a facility

  4. Carla Lavender-Ward UNITED KINGDOM

    These people are simply just trying to dress up yet another plant that pumps out horrible fumes and toxins and make it sound all good it pure and simple ain’t.

  5. Mark Ward UNITED KINGDOM

    These people are simply just trying to dress up yet another plant that pumps out horrible fumes and toxins and make it sound all good it pure and simply ain’t.

  6. Zoe King UNITED KINGDOM

    Right project, wrong place.

  7. Guy Sheppard UNITED KINGDOM

    Even if it isn’t an incinerator, as the developers claim, a similar facility on the Isle of Wight has had to be closed down several times due to dioxin emissions. Last year, Dudley & District Friends of the Earth, which I am a member of, campaigned about dioxin emissions from the Lister Road incinerator in Netherton. Even minimal doses of dioxins are suspected of causing cancer, attacking the human immune system, reducing men’s sperm count, causing female infertility and damaging unborn babies.

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