SAFETY fears have been raised by an environmental group about ‘highly explosive’ liquid gas featuring in Peel Ports masterplan for the future of Hunterston. Friends of the Firth of Clyde have voiced strong opposition to a liquid natural gas terminal mentioned in the company’s 20 year strategy. Peel Ports have hit back, saying that a Scottish Enterprise report issued in December 2017 endorses liquid natural gas as a ‘safe technology’ although the report did voice concerns regarding the carbon footprint impact.
Largs & Millport News 22nd June 2019 read more »
Members of Radiation Free Lakeland, have been inspired by the example set by David Autumns to write individual letters to EDF the French electric utility company, (largely owned by the French state) asking EDF to completely scrap the restarting of their ageing nuclear reactors at Hunterston B. There should be widespread anti-nuclear protests in the streets given the enormity of what could happen as a result of restarting these nuclear reactors which have hundreds of cracks in their radioactively hammered graphite cores. But who is talking about this? Who is opposing it? Who cares a stuff about the potential radioactive fall out? Here is some of the correspondence – get a cup of tea and prepare for toe curling patronising greenwash from the most dangerous industry on earth.
Radiation Free Lakeland 23rd June 2019 read more »