Please object to Egnedol's Environmental Impact Assessment for a biomass and waste gasifier. Responses must be in no later than 20th May
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Climate activist network Reclaim the Power today announced it will shut down the UK’s largest opencast coal mine – Ffos-y-fran, near Merthyr Tydfil in south Wales – at the start of May.
Egnedol are submitting a planning application for a 49.9 MW biomass plant which would burn, or rather gasify, around 400,000 tonnes of wood a year. Over time they want to scale the plant up seven-fold to 350 MW, larger than any dedicated biomass power plant in the world (although additional planning consent would be needed).
In a detailed briefing Biofuelwatch argue that Egnedol's proposal is a high risk, unproven technology for burning chemically treated waste wood and 'super-trees'
20 years on Gordon James looks back at what was in many ways a lucky escape but more importantly the mistakes made and the lessons that should have been learned
And by emailing fisheriesmailbox@Wales.gsi.gov.uk
It only takes a second to answer NO to question 2 which is the important question. If you have more time, please add your comments to the form and email as well.
Act NOW the deadline is 17th February